Peter Stanonik leaves Bellator 245 in tears after ‘bazooka’ spin kick to the groin

Peter Stanonik leaves Bellator 245 in tears after ‘bazooka’ spin kick to the groin

Nut shots. We’re gonna go out on a limb here and say that there are very few things on earth we’d want to suffer less. Deadset, if it was a straight choice between swimming in a pool with a hungry shark and a full contact kick to the goolies, we’d probably choose the shark. Yeah, nah, very few people ever want to be kicked in the pills, so you’ve gotta be feeling for the MMA fighter who took two clear bollock-blasting ‘bazooka’ kicks in a recent bout…

The fighter in question is Peter Stanonik, and while doing combat with Raymond Daniels at Bellator 245, the poor bastard had his norries treated like f**ken soccer balls by Daniels.

Conor McGregor’s coach, John Kavanaugh, reckons these were the ‘most spectacular’ kicks to the kiwis he’d ever seen, and when you have a squiz at the videos below, you’ll probably understand why.

Deadset, there’s a reason Stanonik had to go to hospital. Yeah, nah, the two spinning roundhouse kicks Daniels sent powering into him, would be enough to kill a mere mortal like you or I, so considering this b**tard withstood two of them, he’s lucky to be alive!

Credit: Bellator 245

Anyway, after the bout, Daniels spoke about the incident. He said:

“The second one hit very hard and the spin kick is the hardest technique you can throw in all combat sports.

My spin kick is kind of like my bazooka, grenade launcher, whatever you want to call it.

It can end things in an instant way wherever it lands. Unfortunately it landed in the groin vicinity.

I hope he’s okay, I never want to hurt my opponent where they have to be carried off.”

Final thought: Yeah, nah. We reckon any bloke watching this is feeling pretty f**ken shaken right now. Those are some serious bloody kicks. Anyway, let us know what you reckon about this.

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