ByJustin Golightly, writer at
Design wizard. MMA mathematician. Formerly of Middle Easy, Justin Golightly has been featured on Bleacher Report, Uproxx and TMZ.
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Jiggly skin. Slow-motion human damage rams. Faces that look like smooshed putty. Fight Motion is here, and it is set to the theme song of the apocalypse.

The rush of the moment during the live broadcast is always a blur. If you're not straight edge like CM Punk, it's most likely even more of a blur after enjoying copious adult soda pops. As stacked as this card was, at some points the blood pressure probably rendered some viewers temporarily blind at some points.

For all of these reasons, this is why the UFC graciously awards us with their event recap.

You don't get to hear Tyron Woodley talking about the spinning kicks Thompson may or may not throw mid-fight, or Eddie Alvarez's coach screaming what seems like the Fibonacci sequence. What you do get to hear is the stunning silence of violence and my god, the music! Unfortunately, "Yolo" Romero's incredible knockout of Chris Weidman is a depressing absence, like a death in the family.

If you're like me and constantly try to reenact the slo-mo scene for Good Will Hunting with your friends, you'll fall in love over and over again with this latest edition of the cranked down, punch-kick-slam super cut.

Check out UFC 205: Fight Motion below.


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