YahooIn the immediate aftermath of arguably the most violent televised knockout in combat sports history, Uriah Hall’s overriding emotion was fear. He was fearful he may have killed Adam Cella with the spinning back kick knockout that was broadcast Tuesday on FX on Episode 3 of Season 17 of the reality series “The Ultimate Fighter.” He was fearful, at least for a moment, that the violence he had unleashed upon Cella would get him arrested. The celebration that usually accompanies a big knockout on an episode of TUF was noticeably absent. Jaws dropped around the gym as fighters and observers feared for Cella’s well-being. It was a phenomenally vicious knockout. According to a tweet by UFC president Dana White, Cella was out for four minutes, didn’t sit on the stool until six minutes after the kick that landed on the side of his face and didn’t get into the ambulance to go to the hospital until nine minutes later. FX teased the knockout for a week, referring to it as “the most shocking finish in TUF history.”

Cuncel Da Adam Cella! Jesus Christ. I’m certainly not skilled in the art of UFC fighting but day 1 they should teach you to duck or some shit when a spinning heel kick is about to end your life.