10 unbelievably creative moments in MMA
Presence of mind is a quality that not many fighters possess in their repertoire, yet despite that, it is something that has often turned the tides in the course of MMA fights.
From cartwheel knockouts to sacred capoeira rituals, there is no "definitive" key to landing successful attacks, as improvisation is the name of the game.
Having said that, here are 10 unbelievably creative moments in mixed martial arts.
#1 The Walls of Jericho (The Boston Crab)
Jonno Mears did something that was previously unheard of in the sport of mixed martial arts.
He effectively borrowed Chris Jericho’s “Walls of Jericho” submission move and executed it so well that he earned a victory! The English middleweight defeated Aaron Jones after climbing atop his back and grabbing both legs in a typically Jericho-esque way before flashing a double thumbs up to the camera!
Jones tapped out almost instantly and Jonno proceeded to do a Conor McGregor reminiscent celebration. Even Chris Jericho mentioned this feat on his Twitter handle.