Three men have taken on one opponent in a mixed martial arts fight and the result... will not shock you at all.
That's right, the one man got completely pummeled and the fight was called off after less than 30 seconds due to the beating he was taking.
Swechu, Modlicha, and Neted vs. Kung Fu Panda pic.twitter.com/hQeihRz62v
- Streetfight Banned-cho (@streetfitebncho) July 31, 2021
This all went down at an MMA event in Poland as part of a new federation called Elite Fighters pay-per-view card.
Founded at the beginning this year, the company's site claims 'to provide the highest quality, unpredictable entertainment to viewers not only from Poland, but most of all from the world'.
On the contrary, we'd argue that the result of this outcome was entirely predictable, as a fighter going under the name of Kung-Fu Panda fought three tough looking Polish fighters, Milosz 'Modlicha' Wlodkowski, Maciej 'Szwechu' Szwech and Norbert 'Neted' Grazka.
The closest poor Kung-Fu Panda got to winning the bout was during the pre-fight instructions from the referee, at which point he probably should've bribed the official to throw the fight.
Once the bell rang though, he was quickly swarmed upon by his three competitors with one holding him in a grapple and the other two raining down punches on him.
Mercifully, the referee stepped in after 30 seconds of this punishment and the fight was swiftly called off. Kung-Fu Panda then hugged his opponents.
It was a generous move from a man whose brains were being turned into the consistency of porridge by those same three men just seconds earlier.
There isn't much info to be found about the fight records or training of any of the competitors involved, but it's fair to say the term Elite could probably be used loosely to describe the fight.
Perhaps Kung-Fu Panda would've faired better if he'd had this referee in the ring with him instead.
In May, at a World Ertaymash Federation (WEF) event in Kyrgyzstan an official was forced to step in and put a choke hold on a competitor after they refused to release their own submission hold on their rival.
The fighter in question was Doolotbek Narmatov and he made light work of his opponent Saidburkhon Saidakbarov, locking in a guillotine choke in the first round; but as Saidakbarov frantically tapped on his arm he refused to let go.
Realising he wasn't acknowledging the submission, the referee repeatedly tried tugging Saidakbarov free, to no avail.
Fearful for his safety, the referee took decisive action, choking Narmatov and pinning him to the mat - at which point he finally let go, before wheeling away in celebration.
Remarkably, no penalty was imposed on Narmatov and he was instated as the WEF featherweight champion.