Troll who said 99% of men could beat female MMA fighters fights one & loses


It has not ended well for a troll online who said he could take on pretty much every female MMA fighter.

Kristopher Zylinski posted a controversial Facebook status - likely for attention - in which he claimed that that not even a woman trained in martial arts would be able to beat him in a fight.

Zylinski wrote:

"99 per cent of women are too weak and lack the reflexes to do enough damage to stop 99 per cent of men.

Even if they knew Brazilian jiu-jitsu they just don’t have the size or strength to use the holds.

It’s dangerous to teach any woman to try and strike or fight a man.

I’m not hitting a woman with a closed fist unless she is attacking me.

If you want to set up an MMA fight between me and a girl with signed contracts, sure, I’m down. I want money when I win though and you must apologize"

An MMA Facebook page McDojoLife were more than happy to find Zylinski an opponent, writing:

"We are willing to pay out $1,000 to any pro female 160-pound fighter willing to come and spar with this man. We will also provide plane ticket and hotel."

Plenty of offers came in and soon a fight was set up with Tara LaRosa, a top American mixed martial artist and grappler.

Luckily for us a video was posted of the fight on Facebook:

The first round starts at 7:19 in the video:

Zylinski was no match for LaRosa who forced him to tap out twice after tearing him down.

Having fought professionally for 13 years, LaRosa has competed in top competitions.

We're just hoping Zylinski learnt his lesson!