A man called out female MMA fighters, saying he would be able to take any of them on, and can you guess what happened next?
Yup, that's right, the troll, Kristopher Zylinski, got his arse handed to him by a woman.
Keyboard warrior Kristopher took to Facebook to say: "99% of woman are too weak and lack the reflexes to do enough damage to stop 99% of men. Even if they knew bjj [Brazilian jiu-jitsu] they just don't have the size of strength to use the holds. Its dangerous to teach any woman to try and strike or fight a man. Just my 2 cents. [sic]"
Following up from his December post, Kristopher wrote: "I'm not hitting a woman with a closed fist unless she is attacking me.
"If you want to set up an MMA fight between me and a girl with signed contracts, sure, I'm down. I want money when I win though and you must apologise."
Seeing the challenge, the good folks at McDojoLife, an MMA Facebook page, started the search for a suitable opponent for Kristopher, posting: "We are willing to pay out $1,000 to any pro female 160-pound fighter willing to come and spar with this man. We will also provide plane ticket and hotel."
They were then inundated with offers from women who were happy to take Kristopher on, before eventually deciding on Tara LaRosa - a US MMA fighter.
Fortunately for us, the whole thing was filmed, check it out:
Turns out that Kristopher isn't as tough as his Facebook posts make out, with Tara easily making him tap out
Fair play to him for even turning up, I doubt I would have, and he puts in a bit of effort, but he's very clearly out skilled from the start and it's not long before Tara has him tapping out, saying: "I can't do shit."
Not content with being humiliated once, the pair grappled again and Kristopher tapped out again.
Predictably, commenters on the video loved the whole thing, with many writing to say they were pleased Tara got the win, and suggesting that in future Kristopher thinks before he types.
However, Kristopher still isn't keen to admit he's wrong - maybe he's just a lost cause.
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