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MMA Fighter Defeats Opponent Via Pro Wrestling Style Boston Crab

MMA Fighter Defeats Opponent Via Pro Wrestling Style Boston Crab”

Some WWE moves are absolutely ridiculous.

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A fighter named Jonno Mears defeated Aaron Jones at Full Contact Contender 19 in Bolton, England and he somehow did it by using a submission that's usually reserved for pro wrestling. Here is the clip that has gone viral on the internet, at this moment.

It is widely known in 2017 that WWE is a scripted entertainment.

Middleweight Mears, hailing from Rochdale, now boasts a 2-0 MMA record after picking up his latest victory via the unusual but utterly brilliant move.

So, the question that many fans have asked over the years has been answered - the Walls of Jericho/Boston Crab really hurts. This is what he had to say, through a Tweet.

We've seen some pretty sweet powerbombs in MMA, the occasional slam or submission that calls to mind the wonderful world of professional wrestling.

One fighter named Jonno Mears doesn't want to hear anything about it being fake after he pulled off the "Walls of Jericho" - also known as the Boston Crab - in a bout taking place in MA as he put away his opponent via submission.

That's right, Mears submitted Aaron Jones with the move and the video spread like wildfire on social media.

The Worm, Stink Face and the Bronco Buster are just three signature moves that you should never break out if you find yourself in a street fight.



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