Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos HIDALGO, Texas – Maybe ex-UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum started a trend when he opened his UFC 203 rematch against Travis Browne with a leaping side kick. Whatever the case, UFC featherweight Chas Skelly (16-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) had decided that he would get some air in the opening seconds of his UFC Fight Night 94 meeting with Maximo Blanco (12-8-1 MMA, 4-5 UFC). It was more of a front kick than a jumping side kick. It was a lot uglier.
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What Chas Skelly’s striking coach said after he went all ‘Karate Kid’ at UFC Fight Night 94 – MMA Junkie