Chris Curtis is a professional mixed martial artist who currently competes in the UFC in the middleweight division. He has also competed for various other promotions such as PFL and CES (Classic Entertainment and Sports).
Curtis has a professional record of 30 wins and 9 losses, with notable victories over Phil Hawes, Joaquin Buckley, and Rodolfo Vieira.
Curtis has been trying to be more active on social media and has been trying to gain publicity for twitter back and forth with teammate Sean Strickland.
And while those haven’t really captured the imaginations of UFC fans, another video Curtis shared has definitely done us.
In one of his amateur outings. Curtis TKO’ed his opponent leaving him in a heap on the canvas. After some time his opponent stands up, showing a clearly visible brown stain on his trunks.
It’s worth noting there was a major weight difference in the matchup. Curtis weighed in at 185lbs while his opponent was 245lbs. He also took the bout on two hours notice.
Despite all that, he was able to come away with the win.
He captioned his post saying:
“Made this guy sh*t his brand new White Shorts”
Many found the video funny, someone, “He should’ve packed his brown shorts”, and, “Damn, those knees were almost as nasty as old mates shorts”.
Some criticized Curtis for sharing the video.
Curtis took it in stride and justified it by saying: “It was 15 years ago. I don’t even know the dudes name. I’m sure he will be fine”.
This could happen to anybody. Justine Kish had a similar experience back in 2017 in a widely publicized UFC outing.
She was locked in a choke by Felice Herrig when she suffered a bowel malfunction while attempting to wriggle free.
Herrig was sympathetic and understood how bad the situation was.
“If that happened to me, I honestly wouldn’t wanna show my face ever again”
“MMA fans are ruthless”
Vic Adams is a young Irish enthusiast with a passion for combat sports. Vic recently finished high school and is currently taking some time off to explore his options for the future. Having recently started practicing jiu-jitsu, Vic has discovered a love for the sport and has been dedicating much of his time to mastering it. While taking time off from school, Vic has been keeping busy by covering combat sports and staying up-to-date with the latest news and events. His favorite mixed martial artist is Israel Adesanya.