Incredible moment MMA fighters stop to play rock-paper-scissors before brutal match

TWO MMA fighters shocked viewers with a bizarre moment prior to their bout at Alaska Fighting Championship 141.

The pair stopped to play a game of rock-paper-scissors at the beginning of their fight.

 Everything appeared to be normal as the the klaxon sounded ahead of the fight

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Everything appeared to be normal as the the klaxon sounded ahead of the fight
 The pair came together and performed a quick game of rock-paper-scissors in the octogan

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The pair came together and performed a quick game of rock-paper-scissors in the octogan

And it left fans, commentators and even the referee baffled.

Kyle Dela Rosa took on Tristen Lowe on the undercard, with Dominick Meriweather's victory over David Booker the main event in Alaska.

But it was Rosa and Lowe's pre-match game that grabbed the attention.

Lowe, in grey shorts, appeared to go with rock and won because Rosa opted for scissors.

 Tristen Lowe, right, won as Kyle Dela Rosa opted for scissors in the pre-planned fun

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Tristen Lowe, right, won as Kyle Dela Rosa opted for scissors in the pre-planned fun
 The two fighters hi-fived as the commentator was left stunned before Rosa won in the first round

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The two fighters hi-fived as the commentator was left stunned before Rosa won in the first round

The pair then hi-fived and got on with the actual MMA fight.

And the commentator could hardly believe what he was witnessing.

When the klaxon sounded, he said: "And ready to go."

But he was left stunned as the pair engaged in their pre-planned game.

He added: "Oh man you knew that was… Some awesome stuff right there, I've got to tell you!"

The bout did not last long, with Rosa winning with a Flying Knee TKO with the clock at 2:37 in the first round.

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TWO MMA fighters shocked viewers with a bizarre moment prior to their bout at Alaska Fighting Championship 141.