If IFBB Pro League rival Andre Ferguson finishes fifth again at the 201
Earlier this week, it was twofold Arnold After a video by Nick's Strength and Power, the champion of Classic Men's Physique was involved in a brawl outside his local gym, after being turned into a fight by a fellow passenger had challenged. While dominating the guy, Ferguson was not the attacker, according to clips from his Instagram story taken by desktop bodybuilding.
To make a long story short, Ferguson claims he politely confronts the gym man by leaving him four plates or 180 pounds on each side of the machine he used. Apparently the man answered angrily and asked Ferguson to bring it outside. It turned out that it was not in his interests to challenge the man's athlete.
In less than a minute, Ferguson stooped wildly, kicked off a double-foot break, threw off his opponent, and then retracted the full-hit mount (a position in which a fighter with both legs sits on the upper body of another defeated opponent ) before the fight was canceled. Although we will not tolerate fighting your teammates, we will admit that Ferguson has some abilities (and his opponent also lacks some).
We only have a video about the removal and the mount that shows the video below 1:22.
When Ferguson began to turn his back, he quickly noticed that the guy came back to him, and went on to make room. The attacker entered with a heavily wired right hook, so Ferguson ducked under him and tied his body tight. Then he took the full mount. This is an ideal position as it leaves your opponent helpless and exposes his head and upper limbs. At this point, most of the fighting would be over.
"I have shown mercy to this child three times," Ferguson said in his Instagram story. "I even left him."
Unfortunately for the alleged attacker, Ferguson's farewell was quite impressive. Check out the clip below from two MMA pros, and you'll see that Ferguson did a pretty good takedown in comparison. (Granted, his competition was certainly not Ultimate Fighting Championship quality.)