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Brown Torpedo - Not a legal MMA maneuver

Corey Wethey got hit so hard, he shat himself .

In Saturday's match against Corey Wethey, (Fred) Mitchell struck his opponent so hard that Wethey lost control of his bowels. The incident required a 10-minute intermission while officials scrubbed down the ring. Mitchell went on to win the fight by Wethey's disqualification.

It got worse from there...

It was at that point Wethey gained the advantage and locked Mitchell's head between his thighs.

The "Face in Bowl of Pudding" is one of the most disturbing MMA maneuvers around, short of the UFIA. Then the winner drops a real steamer:

After Mitchell's win was announced, he took the microphone and proclaimed to the crowd, "You can say I beat the crap out of him."

I'm not an MMA fan, per se, but they should probably dump this guy from competition all together. You just don't recover from that kind of crap. I guess you could say his career is where he should have been, in the sh*tter. Poop.

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