- Former UFC champion Shane Carwin went up against pro-skater turned MMA fighter Jason Ellis
- To make things fair Shane Carwin let his right arm be taped tight to his torso
- Despite the handicap the former UFC champion knocked Jason Ellis out with a well-placed left hook to the jaw
This video shows former UFC fighter Shane Carwin going toe-to-toe against Jason Ellis, a pro-skater, radio host and ventriloquist turned MMA fighter, in an exhibition boxing match.
To make things fair Shane Carwin has his right arm taped to his torso, if that can still be considered fair. Shane Carwin was a formidable UFC fighter and champion until he quit the game in 2013 due to the injuries he sustained throughout the duration of his career.
Despite the injuries, being 41-years old and having his arm taped to his body he goes up against Jason Ellis. The fight drags on only for two rounds when the former champion with a devastating left hook to the jaw, giving him the first knockout in six years. The left hook is known as being the most devastating punch in the Sweet Science arsenal.
No duh! Shane Carwin used to be one of the hardest hitting fighters in the octagon, knocking out men with iron jaws such as Frank Mir and Gabriel Gonzaga. He held the champion title until the return of heavyweight beast Brock Lesnar, who Carwin lost to in the second round after being choked out.