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The Bantamweight found an opportunity to fish-hook his opportunity before locking on the fight-ending choke. Throughout the history of the UFC, only a few actions have remained banned since the promotion's inception in 1993. At one point, even low-blows were legal. However, small joint manipulation and fish-hooking have always been against the rules despite the events being billed as "No Holds Barred." Despite that we saw one of these rules broken tonight at UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Khabil read news >>
Things didn't go exactly as hoped for either Brad Cardinal or Chris Horodecki.
The pair looked primed for an enjoyable clash before an incidental clash of heads led to an unfortunate no-contest ruling.
The fight served as the main event of Friday's Score Fighting Series 6
event, which took place at RBC Centre in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The
night's main card aired in the U.S. on AXS TV.
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"The Polish Hammer" still headlines this month's Score Fighting Series 6 event, but he's facing a new opponent.
Score Fighting Series execs recently announced that Kalvin Hackney has withdrawn from the event, and Brad Cardinal now meets Chris Horodecki in the main event of
the fight card, which takes place Oct. 19 at RBC Centre in Sarnia,
The 150-pound catchweight matchup and four other main-card bouts air on AXS TV.
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