MMA has come a long way since its inception; it has grown from being a gritty toughman-esq competition that just wanted to find out what martial arts style was the best, into a true sporting event and martial art all its own. MMA today looks nothing like it did in the early days and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But that doesn’t mean it’s not fun to reminisce about the good ole’ days.

The one part of MMA we truly miss in its modern form is the “Freakshow Fight”. For those of you who don’t know, a “Freakshow Fight” is a fight that pits two fighters against each other that have no business fighting; generally there is a crazy size difference between the fighters.

So in honor of our love for “Freakshow Fights”, we at The MMA Corner will share our favorite videos of our favorite fights that had no business ever taking place.

This week we travel back to March 4, 2007, for K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Yokohama where Siala-Mou “Mighty Mo” Siliga took on South Korean giant Hong Man Choi in a K-1 rules kickboxing bout.

Choi towered over the much smaller Mighty Mo on that night; standing a full foot taller and weighing in at a whopping 365 pounds. But all that size and length meant little as Choi put forward the worst showing of his career.

Even though Mighty Mo is not known for his speed and movement, he had a huge advantage over the giant. Then early in the second round, Mighty Mo landed his trademark overhand right and it was all over. It was the first and only time Choi was ever knocked out.


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RJ Gardner
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RJ Gardner is a rabid sports fan and a long time MMA enthusiast. After watching UFC 1 at ripe old age of 11 RJ was hooked and his passion for the sport has continued to blossom over the years. RJ has been covering MMA since 2007 and has had work featured on Bleacher Report,, and RJ is also a Petroleum Transportation Operations Manager during the day.