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UFC's Anthony Smith fights home intruder; feels insufficient afterwards.
Smith fights at 205 pounds. Somehow, he said, this man who weighed around 170 pounds was still coming at him, an elite UFC fighter, for minutes.
"No normal human is able to fight like that," Smith said. "I'm by no means the baddest dude on the planet. But he's a regular Joe and I had a hard time dealing with him. And he took everything that I gave him -- every punch, every knee, every elbow. He took every single one of them and kept fighting me."
"You always just think you're such a bad ass," Smith said. "I just don't feel like one. I feel ... insufficient a little bit. I didn't know it was possible to be that terrified."
2020 Apr 6, 11:01pm
2020 Apr 6, 11:13pm
Drugs... the intruder may have been high on PCP or something similar. Me and three other people had to deal with a mother fuck high as a kite on that shit one time. I'm 220 and in solid shape. The other two guys were probably 240 and 160. This son of a bitch was like a bucking bronco. Three people on the dudes back and it was a legit struggle.
I busted his knee and the guy didn't even let out a noise. Just kept fighting back harder. Cops had us hand cuff the fucker cause they didn't want to deal with it. Glencoe, IL graduation party. Fucking spoiled rich kid fucks and their drugs.... what the hell is wrong with a couple beers and a joint? Legit scary situation.
2020 Apr 6, 11:17pm
Yup, PCP can make crazy that keeps on coming, and nearly hyper human strength for a while, combined with no pain response. Emergency rooms see it because it requires major restraints, and often, they STILL get out of the restraints and can run away from hospital.
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