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Chael Sonnen talks getting knocked out in coaching on this episode of Past the Battle.

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  1. GT Lees June 7, 2020

    Hard to know why some skilled fighters choose (for a skilled fighter it IS a choice) to go full-on in a spar. I'm sure there are as many reasons as fighters. Most people on the receiving end of such an incident would not be quite so forgiving and understandably so.

  2. RWKFS June 7, 2020

    tornado kicks are one of those techniques that you can't really "control". Not if your going to actually tag someone with it. None of the power comes from muscle, it's all speed and form, but there is no point in throwing a slow tornado kick, ergo accidental knockout.

    I accidentally hurt someone in sparring 1 time, and it was with a turning back kick. I only meant to tap him with it but he got dropped nonetheless. From watching Zabit, I believe he fights very relaxed, and he probably spars the same way too.

  3. Tyler Edwards June 7, 2020

    Rip too Anderson Silva leg

  4. Steven June 7, 2020

    props to Aljo for talking about it, no ego.

  5. James Ralph June 7, 2020

    How great is Demetrius Johnson??P4P KING

  6. Comic Nerdlife June 7, 2020

    Don’t know why this is such a shock many gyms do have the mentality of going hard in sparring he probably grew up in one. Boxing gyms do this a lottt just the way it is and many of the top tier fighters train like that.

  7. Luke Pederson June 7, 2020

    Fuck imagine listening to this clowns voice everyday

  8. Gunner 0007 June 7, 2020

    Ufc should have a max limit of 215 pounds at heavyweight class. Those above that belong to some other big, slow, fat and obese category /"championship" elsewhere. DC for example disgusts me with his beer belly barely moving about. Leave the fighting game to fit and not disgusting fat categories

  9. Zerg Burger June 7, 2020

    I choke myself out when i jerk off everyday.

  10. Lizard Man June 7, 2020

    Lol ? took me a year to know what 50% was in bbj. I used 50% of my strength then one day I used like 20% with a coach and he said that is 50% is and after that I was all good. Nothing but good intentions

  11. Coach Simon June 7, 2020

    Looks good!

  12. William Weisenburg June 7, 2020

    1:45 bulllshittttttt, in boxing gyms they beat the fuck out of each other

  13. Jason Lewis June 7, 2020

    My first sparring session in a MMA gym in my town, I was against a really good, long, and tall kickboxer. He was able to keep me at range with little pitter patter jabs and teeps to the stomach, but he wasn't hurting me. I was getting frustrated that I couldn't land on him. I started going a bit faster, then a bit more, but he kept me off him. Finally in a moment of frustration I landed a beautiful overhand right. Unfortunately I threw it way too hard and wobbled him a bit. I immediately stopped and apologized to him and he recovered after about 30 seconds and says "Let's go." and gets back in stance. After a few light exchanges, he smacks me with a leg kick to my thigh that made me wince and hop away in pain. I was done. I barely could walk at that moment. I go sit on the side of the mats and he comes and sits beside me and says: "Remember that the next time you get so frustrated that you throw heat."… I remembered. My leg was sore for 3-4 days.

  14. Handfloboxingreview June 7, 2020

    get down on it because "we're all Kool and the Gang" lol Uncle Chael just gave me a new saying

  15. Computer Gangster June 7, 2020

    That's the worst man.
    Trying too train with someone that has a big head and you're practicing but he's acting like it's The SuperBowl.
    Delusional people man.

  16. Arran Varley June 7, 2020

    Is this Chael's subtle way of saying he has 22 extra wins we don't know about?

  17. mKwi9FUG8N June 7, 2020

    I’d like to see a video where he details the sparring match with Nate

  18. Mark X June 7, 2020

    Heard yearrrrs ago about how Wand and all the old school "killer bees" guys would get concussed on the regular, think Anderson was in that crew.

  19. Bettafold June 7, 2020

    "Practice? We talking about practice, man." -Allen Iverson

  20. RealRight Ti June 7, 2020

    This is so true , it seem better to spare light , save the real fight for competition! It’s not good to hurt your training partners, cause if you hurt them then who are you gonna train with ? Spare light nobody needs to go home with headaches.

  21. d wayne June 7, 2020

    Tell that to Chris Holdsworth. Dillashaw showed zero control

  22. Fight Game Analysis June 7, 2020

    Gym Knockouts have been shortening the careers of fighters for a very long time. It's not nearly as bad as it used to be, but there is still room for improvement in a lot of gyms. From what I've seen it's usually guys ego's that are the cause of it. Things start off smooth and easy, but as soon as someone lands a clean shot, the other guy has to get one back…just a little harder, and it just escalates back and forth. It's one of the things that separates the true professional from everyone else.

  23. Jorge Rangel June 7, 2020

    Zhabit wasn’t a top guy at that time

  24. Андрей Илья Робертович Блейков June 7, 2020

    Damn Aljo has been KO’ed badly twice

  25. newfiesnowball nl June 7, 2020

    So he's a dirty rat.

  26. I June 7, 2020

    Exactly. Sparring KO's shouldn't really happen and mean nothing if one guy is out for blood and the other guy thinks they're just training and gets caught. It's b.s. when people brag about gym knockouts.

  27. Caleb Yu June 7, 2020

    This is so fucking true! This always happens to me w certain sparring partners. Especially with the new members there technic is pretty shit but im not expecting this mofo to come at me like they tryin to take my head off. Had to kick this fool in the head?‍♂️.

  28. Josh Westhead June 7, 2020

    Dealt with many "gym warriors" in a few boxing gyms that love trying to damage and hurt complete newbies, it just effects confidence they're a joke, if you ever have this move gym especially if you see the coach dont give a fuck and keep grinding ?? peace.

  29. Creva_12 June 7, 2020

    I was light sparing with a guy once who was a lot more experienced then I. He pretty much dominated the whole session until I was able to get like 5 seconds of offense off and he immediately through a flying knee as hard as he could into my gut and dropped me. I think sometimes in addition to some not having control it is also an ego problem

  30. Hondude June 7, 2020

    The guys who throw spinning heel kicks in sparring….lol

  31. John Smith June 7, 2020

    This is a fantastic comment from Chael. Been in quite a few boxing spars when the trainer has said to go light and 5 seconds later I have a guy in front of me trying to KO me. Scumbag move.

  32. John Smith June 7, 2020

    Credit to Sterling for admitting he got KO'd 99.9% of fighters would not do that!

  33. Ryan Harvey June 7, 2020

    Zabit isn't as good as everyone thinks. He just has a different/ new skillset

  34. Work Jeff June 7, 2020

    With the extra context, it's hard not to conclude Aljo made the initial escalation. It closes all the holes in the story.

  35. Robert Murdoch, A.P. June 7, 2020

    A buddy of mine asked me to get in the ring and workwith one of his fighters. The guy nailed me with 2 left crosses. My knees buckled. My jaw dislocated. So I started throwing. He wouldn't go down from head shots so I stepped left and threw a hook to his bread basket. He folded and stayed folded. Later that evening my buddy's wife said "Isn't it a miracle about John (the fighter)? Just 6 months out of chemo and doing so well." Didn't I feel proud of myself pulverizing that liver?!?!

  36. M.J. Green June 7, 2020

    Probably because of Aljo's mouth.

  37. Daniel Marriott June 7, 2020

    I had this problem at a BJJ class. First or second lesson, a complete mix of skills, just told to roll with each other. I had no idea what I was doing, I was grabbing one guy's fingers to prize them off me – I had no idea it was wrong, and 5 minutes into it when you're exhausted and a newbie you forget it's practice and you're just trying to survive.

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