Originally Posted by Hughes_GOAT
ok, first of all, Kizer determined it was excessive, not, non excessive.
second of all, this is the rule:
"The excessive use of grease or any other foreign substance may not be used on the face or body of an unarmed combatant."
third of all, Kizer, told NBCSports.com that while the written regulation doesn't outlaw greasing the body, fighters at MMA events are verbally told by both the commission and the promoter that it is not allowed.
game, set and match.
So you're saying that the fighters are TOLD by the NSAC that the rules say one thing but they should ignore it and do what somebody says instead????
You don't think that's a little odd????