You should know this already if you’ve arrived at this page, but it needs to be said: DO NOT WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU DON’T WANT TO SEE POOP. THERE’S POOP IN THIS VIDEO. Okay, now that we’ve got that out of the way, there’s not much to be said here. Daniel Cooper put Travis Wolford in a guillotine choke, which Wolford immediately tapped out of, but not in time to save his shorts. When he stood up, the world knew what he had done.
Promoter Chris Smith posted this video to his Facebook page, and he gives some context to the video. It’s so ridiculous, I can’t tell if he’s joking. If he’s serious, though, Wolford really needs to address his pre-game diet:
Everyone is still talking about it. Never seen anything this gross in my entire career of promoting fights but sh*t happens and could happen to anyone. Daniel Cooper literally beat the crap out of “The Brown Bomber” Travis Wolford in Ruckus in the Cage in Beckley Oct. 3. Before the fights started he went to Chili Night and ate some hot chili. During his bout he had a colossal explosion where chili beans and everything he ate landed all over the mat. Says he instantly lost 15 pounds…. Plans on fighting November 13 in Summersville to prove that it was just an accident. Any takers???
Wow, a lot to unpack here. Okay, A) Chili night and fight night should not be on the same night, especially when you’re doing the fighting, and B) FIFTEEN POUNDS?! I know chili’s dense and all, and Wolford looks like a big guy, but it should not be (and probably isn’t) possible to evacuate 15 pounds in a split second. And you gotta love Smith’s sensitivity, what with the new nickname and dubbing the incident a “colossal explosion.” No one has ever been more excited for a pants-pooping to happen in an event they organized.
(Via Bloody Elbow)