Gökhan Saki leg kicks Dubai radio host

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Gökhan Saki is one of the best kickboxers in the world who retired from kickboxing not long ago and recently made news by signing with the UFC despite having only 1 professional MMA fight.

Nevertheless, it is always interesting to see how a truly elite, world class level kickboxer can do in MMA as long as he isn’t thrown to the wolves and given some time to develop his skills in other areas.

In this video we see the newly signed UFC fighter Gökhan Saki leg kick a radio host during a recent interview on Dubai Eye Sport 103.8FM. Though it doesn’t look like the hardest blow it still causes quite a bit of pain for Dubai Eye Sport radio host, Chris McHardy.

It really is just a light tap but an elite-level kickboxer like Gökhan Saki throws it with perfect technique and accuracy, digging his shin bone in the exact right spot to cause the most pain.

After watching this video, it is simply frightening to imagine the amount of damage a guy like Gökhan Saki could do to your average untrained Joe with a leg kick if he really wanted to hurt them.

Gökhan Saki is expected to make his UFC debut at UFC Fight Night 115 in September 2017 but an opponent has not yet been named.

ABOUT GOKHAN SAKI: Gökhan Saki is a Dutch-Turkish retired heavyweight kickboxer and current MMA fighter from the Netherlands, fighting out of Mike’s Gym in Amsterdam. He is two-time Dutch and European Muay Thai champion, K-1 World GP 2006 in Amsterdam tournament finalist and K-1 World Grand Prix 2008 in Hawaii champion as the first ever Turkish fighter holding a K-1 tournament title. As of 2 November 2015, he is ranked the #2 light heavyweight in the world by GLORY. He is the former Glory Light Heavyweight Champion, winning the inaugural title by defeating Nathan Corbett in the semi-finals, followed by Tyrone Spong in the finals. On May 25th, 2017, it was announced Saki had signed a multi-fight contract with the UFC. [Source: Wiki]

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