Canseco's MMA Match Ends as You'd Expect

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↵Hong Man Choi Jose Canseco Fight Video
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I don't have the slightest idea how long this video will stay up, but I can tell you that I find it incredibly amusing that Jose Canseco fought a 7-2 Korean kickboxer and had to tap out in 1:16.
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↵The best part of the defeat is, without a doubt, the fact that he didn't even really lose because of his inability to fight (although that was pretty clearly an issue, too). No, he went down because he was essentially unable to defend himself after he injured his knee running away from his opponent, Hong Man Choi. You can actually see him start hopping around right before he goes down. And honestly, his opponent was so much bigger than him, he sort of looked like a cartoonish fighter from Punch-Out!!
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(Video found via MMA Share. For more details on the fight, check out this recap from Cagewriter or the AP recap.)
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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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