When two female competitors kissed during their weigh-in match, MMA fans were somewhat perplexed with the video of Karina Pedro and Denisa Ryndova now viral
Watch the viral video below.
A face-off is typically the last chance before fight night to terrify your opponent verbally, with competitors frequently shoving and pushing one another. Nevertheless, at the Clash of the Stars competition last Saturday, this was not the case as two female MMA competitors shock the audience by kissing during the pre-fight exchange.
Together with partners Inked Dory and Kristal Shine, Karina Pedro and Denisa Ryndova faced off, but it was the latter two that dominated the media coverage and attention. Denisa appeared to be leaning in for a kiss as the two put their heads together before their fight in Prague. Karina smiled and reached out to touch her opponent’s face in exchange, giving the impression that they were feeling each other out.
OnlyFans models Karina Pedro and Denisa Ryndova kiss each other during MMA event, video goes viral
The atmosphere in the cage was significantly different from the atmosphere during the weigh-in, which was understandable given that Karina and Inked Dory emerged victorious.
Two fighters startled the crowd by showing off their goods after the MMA fight. Inked Dory and Karina Pedro made headlines following the victory as the duo gave the public a sneak preview of what is available on their subscription-only OnlyFans website by flashing their assests.
To the delight of everyone present, they simultaneously reached down and pulled their shirts up, making their competitors appear shamed. Twitter however goes crazy as some admirers praise the winning duo and demanded more of this.
Has there ever been a kiss during a face-off?
Even though it may be unusual to see two fighters kissing during combat, it has happened before. Craig White kissed Diego Sanchez on the nose during the UFC 228 weigh-in, but this time the affection was not reciprocated as Sanchez backed away from White while yelling at him.
When heavyweight boxer Derek Chisora faced Carl Baker in 2010, we witnessed similar unwelcome behaviour from him as well. It remains to be seen whether this will become more common simply because of the attention it has received in the media, but it is unquestionably helpful for raising a fighter’s profile.