UFC fighter slammed: Star Lightweight ridiculed for praising Power slap and possibly referring MMA as ‘Bullsh**’- ‘Straight to knockouts
UFC Fighter slammed: Dan Hooker, a light heavyweight in the UFC, came under heavy criticism from fans for comparing Dana White’s Power…
UFC Fighter slammed: Dan Hooker, a light heavyweight in the UFC, came under heavy criticism from fans for comparing Dana White’s Power Slap League to MMA. Many combat sports veterans and onlookers have reacted to Dana White’s Power Slap League with shock, disdain, and mockery. While most UFC competitors have remained silent, some have spoken in favor of the new TBS program, which shows their loyalty towards the promotion. Follow the latest UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN
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UFC fighter slammed for comparing Power Slap League with MMA
Skip the knockouts and go straight to paliative care facility for CTE/dementia.
— Steelbanks (@steelbanks) January 24, 2023
Lightweight Dan Hooker of the UFC was mocked for complimenting the power slap and possibly referring to mixed martial arts as “Bullsh**.” As this happened, a supporter wrote to the fighter, “Skip the knockouts and go straight to a palliative care center for CTE/dementia.”
In Power Slap, competitors are compelled to grasp a bar behind their backs, and defense is prohibited. Although slapping fighters are penalized for leading with the palm of their hand, they are not allowed to make movements that would lessen the intensity of the approaching slap. It consists of boxers continually slapping one another until a knockout or a decision is made.
Dan Hooker was slammed for being a Dana White supporter
You got the check we understand
— Hello (@HelloU_RWelcome) January 24, 2023
How much did Dana pay u to say this
— Archie (@starch999) January 24, 2023
Dan the company man
— Michael Lancaster (@MichaelL71185) January 24, 2023
Due to the internet’s popularity of action footage, the league is currently the subject of debate. Many people have, in response, questioned the combatants’ safety. Due to the repeated assault on the face, several medical experts have highlighted that slap fighters are more likely to experience issues like CTE.