Monday, March 10, 2014

Nerves STRETCHED Out to MAXIMUM - Jerome Le Banner Kisses Him on The Mouth, The Bald Guy's Reaction is GOLD, PURE GOLD I Tell You

This happened in the early days of K-1 fights, around the year 1995 when Jerome Le Banner met Mike Bernardo in a fight. If you haven't seen this scene before, you should definitely watch it, a VERY TENSED moment dramatically ended up with smiles from both parties.

So what happened here?

Well as you may know (or may not) in the early days of K-1, Jerome Le Banner was a colossus, he had a right had punch that could end a fight in KO in just a few seconds if hit right, just as Anderson Silva, Lyoto Machida and Manny Pacquiao can do today.

On the other hand, Mike Bernardo, never won a major tournament but he beat many of the best fighters through his career. You just can't deny his kick boxing skills, and even in his early days, Bernardo was sublime to watch.

By the time they've met, in 1995, both fighters were the best ones in the world stage and also being very good friends. As you can see in the above picture, as the referee called them together, they were looking one in each other's eyes as they are used to in boxing and other contact sports.

Mike Bernardo and Jerome Le Banner truly respected each other and being friends, they knew that they had to find a way to impress each other, demonstrating they're superiority before the match even begins, as you maybe know, Mike Tyson told that he won almost all of his matches psychologically just before the beginning: "I knew just in the moment I looked into they're eyes that I am going to beat them, I felt it, I smelled they're fear."

So how do you think they've impressed each other ?

Well the first one to act was Jerome Le Banner, his gesture would've put any fighter into a dilemma "What should I do??", just when Jerome thought he out beat psychologically his adversary, Mike replied with a brilliant move, which made Jerome laugh, as you can see in the above photo.

So what do you think of Mike's move? From our point of view, it was a Genius Move, he had the momentum inspiration that out beat Jerome's move. Leave us a commentary in the comments section and we'll reply to it as soon as possible.

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