Originally Posted by morninglightmt
exactly. not my fault you cant see the difference between these types of fouls
especially since it was a glancing blow which is still a legitimate foul and Kos didn't break any rule in the first place. there's no distinction between a full on knee to the head and a glancing knee to the head. the rule is NO knees to the head of a downed opponent.
The only "glancing blow" that occurred was the sucker punch Daley gave Kos at the end. And you can't even call it a sucker punch, b/c Kos knew it was coming, defended against it, and the shot "glanced" off Kos' glove.
And Kos did commit a foul; by pretending that the knee hit him. "What happened?" asked Kos. Well, what happened was, Daley escaped, began to gain momentum forward, threw a knee, and Kos used the opportunity to create room between himself and his on-coming opponent.
FYI, a knee to any part of the body, save for the head, is a legal maneuver. The fact it came close to the head is neither a foul, nor illegal. Also, prove to me intent that the shot was intended for Kos' head. Once again, I remind you that, any other part of the body, including, but not limited to, the collar bone, is legal.
I don't know if you're just trolling the forum w/ the nonsense that the attempted hit is the worst thing since Babalu's choke, or if you don't grasp the concept of "no harm, no foul." And a foul was committed, as, once again, Kos was able to remove an oncoming opponent, and gain an undeserved rest. Either way, I won't be responding to you on this matter again.