On Friday, Feb. 26, Tuff-N-Uff returned to the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas with a night of MMA action. Unfortunately for one young fighter, he chose to let it snap, rather than tap. Listen up kids, there’s nothing cool about getting your arm broke. Having said that, even the great Helio Gracie had his arm snapped from a kimura – in fact, that is where the submission got its name.

Here is a video interview with John Gettle, the fighter who actually performed the submission. Steve Coefield spoke to Gettle after the fight.

2 thoughts on “Fighter’s arm broke at Tuff-N-Uff *VIDEO*”
  1. break that bitch off if they dont’ tap it’s their own fault, snap it back like a ho gettin low

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