Grappler Lets Out a Deadly, Stinky Fart During Fight Making His Opponent to Throw Up [VIDEO]

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By Rachelle Corpuz | March 11, 2014 7:57 PM EST

Picture this: You are engaged in a bout and you're trying to grapple your opponent. Your face is close to your opponent's rear behind and then suddenly, he lets out a silent but deadly and stinky fart. What do you think is the next thing that will happen? What happens next can be a number of things. Well, believe it or not, this is a true story.

In a recent Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu competition, two grapplers were heavily engaged in a combat when one grappler accidentally farted, making his opponent to puke and throw up, Bloodyelbow.com reported. Clearly, it is a situation that no one would wish to experience. The man who get farted in the face lost. It was an effortless submission.

Watch the video below:

Video courtesy: YouTube/Mike mons

The video went viral and hilarious comments poured in.

"The wind were not in his favour."

"He kept his opponent gassing."

"It really changed the atmosphere of the night."

"It brings a new meaning to the rear naked choke."

"Sometimes competition can really bring out the toxic side of people."

"There was a crack in the man's offence."

"Talking about a full gas tank."

Getting blasted in the face with a smelly fart that it instantaneously makes you throw up has got to be annoying especially if it causes you to lose a fight. As for culprit's part, it was embarrassing like how noxious his fart is to make someone puke.

The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu completion was hosted by North American Grappling Association (NAGA). It was established in 1995 and it holds Submission Grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournaments across North America and Europe. NAGA is reportedly the largest submission grappling association in the whole world. It has more than 175,000 members globally.

NAGA also has a mixed martial arts division which is called Reality Fighting. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) old-timer Gabriel Gonzaga was a Reality Fighting Champion. Another UFC veteran Mike Steward currently is the Reality Fighting Light Heavyweight Champion.

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