MMA fighter Drew Chatman disqualified after doing front flip off defeated opponent’s back

WINNING your first ever MMA struggle is a unbelievable trigger for celebration.

Sadly Drew Chatman’s selection in celebration ended up costing him the victory he’d simply achieved.

 Drew Chatman was disqualified after celebrating his first MMA win

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Drew Chatman was disqualified after celebrating his first MMA win
 Chatman's opponent Irvins Ayala was knocked out after attempting hammerfist on prone rival

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Chatman's opponent Irvins Ayala was knocked out after trying hammerfist on susceptible rival

In a few of the most weird scenes you’re ever more likely to see contained in the cage, Chatman gained his first bout after opponent Irvins Ayala knocked himself out.

As Chatman lay on his back, Ayala tried to throw a hammerfist however his chin caught the knee of Chatman on his means down and turned his personal lights out.

After the referee waved off the battle and awarded the victory to Chatman, he stood on the back of his handed out opponent and tried a front flip.

The utterly pointless and disrespectful act landed Chatman – nicknamed 'The Honorable' – with a disqualification and handed the win as an alternative to Ayala.

 

Chatting with MMA Preventing, Chatman stated: “I need to apologize to Irvins Ayala.

“He was a superb opponent. And he introduced the battle to me. And he had a number of coronary heart. It was not a great transfer on my half as a martial artist.

 Chatman stood on the back of his passed out opponent and attempted a front flip

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Chatman stood on the back of his handed out opponent and tried a front flip

“I threw a kick, he tripped me and as he got here down, I moved my knee in a sure place and he had hit his chin to my knee.

“Usually, I rejoice my fights. For those who see all my newbie fights, I’m doing flips, I’m doing cartwheels or regardless of the case could also be.

“I didn’t assume earlier than I did it. I simply jumped and did a flip. So it was virtually like subconsciously I did what I usually what I might do celebrating a victory that I usually get.”

 Chatman was banned for 90 days and had his fee for fight taken away

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Chatman was banned for ninety days and had his charge for struggle taken away

Chatman, 23, was suspended ninety days by the California State Athletic Fee and was docked his £350 look charge.

He added: “I don’t need to receives a commission for that. It’s disappointing watching that.

“My mom has to see that. People who look as much as me and see me turn into an inspiration to them have to take a look at that.”

A model of this story initially appeared on news.com.au

WINNING your first ever MMA struggle is a implausible trigger for celebration.