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Professional MMA Fighter Joe Schilling Knocks Out Bloke In A Bar

Max Sherry

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Professional MMA Fighter Joe Schilling Knocks Out Bloke In A Bar

Footage has emerged online of professional mixed martial artist Joe Schilling knocking a dude out cold at a bar.

Schilling, who has fought for both Bellator and GLORY, can be seen pushing past the bloke while trying to walk past him in the crowded bar.

When the man takes exception to the slight shove, he calls Schilling back to confront him - a move that clearly didn't sit well in the eyes of the pro kickboxer.

The two individuals appear to exchange a few words before Schilling drops him with a quickfire combo that leaves the man motionless on the deck.

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The damning clip quickly circulated around social media, but rather surprisingly, it was actually Schilling himself who posted it.

Schilling - otherwise known as "Stitch 'Em Up" - threw the video up on his personal Instagram account, claiming in the post's caption that he was acting in self defence.

He wrote: "Self defence is apparently not what this country is about anymore. Don't trip I got the video love you guys thanks for the concern and support during my life threatening experience.

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"Big shout out to The Yard Muay Thai for preparing me for this life threatening situation #f**kracists."

Instagram has now removed the clip because it goes against their "bullying or harassment" community guidelines.

The 37-year-old currently boasts a mixed martial arts record of 4 wins and 6 losses and hasn't fought professionally since his defeat to Tony Johnson in 2019.

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Interestingly, the name that stands out on his fight resume is UFC icon Tony Ferguson - a bout he lost via submission in the second round.

Schilling's kickboxing CV is a little more impressive, his biggest accolade being crowned winner of the GLORY middleweight world championship tournament back in 2013.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@Beyond_Kick

Topics: kickboxing, Bellator, Australia, MMA

Max Sherry
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