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Video: Former UFC veteran Norman Parke punched by opposing cornerman during post-fight scuffle at KSW 40

Things got ugly in a hurry earlier today (Sun., Oct. 22, 2017) in Dublin, Ireland, as the fight between former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veteran Norman Parke and Mateusz Gamrot spilled over after the bout was ruled a no-contest.

The bad blood between both men led to a low blow on Parke, followed by two eye pokes from Gamrot in the first and second rounds. After the second poke forced Norman to drop down in pain, referee Marc Goddard put an end to the contest.

The action did not stop there, as Parke got into it with Gamrot’s team follwoing the controversial ending, pushing one of the cornermen, only to get clocked by another in what easily qualifies as cheap shot to the chin. Thankfully, officials were able to contain it before the madness got even worse.

These things happen in MMA?

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