Bellator bantamweight, Darrion Caldwell, nearly KOed two opponents at Bellator 143, on the weekend.
After defeating fellow bantamweight Shawn Bunch in an entertaining and gruelling fight Caldwell climbed the fence to launch himself into a backflip.
Unfortunately he landed on top of the camerawoman.
Caldwell moved to 8-0 after defeating Bunch; but his flying leap onto the camerawoman will drew a no-contest from the judges.
On Sunday night the UFC Fight Night main even between Josh Barnett and Roy Nelson is gathering attention.
Barnett is supremely confident of beating Nelson, even though he hasn’t fought in almost two years.
“I need to go out there and show that the shell of me that didn’t even show up to fight the last time, that’s not indicative of who I am.
“I’m not anywhere near the end of my career. Roy Nelson and I, on paper, could look like one thing to a group of folks, but I want to go out there and show who I am as a fighter.
“By going out there and not just beating Roy, but taking Roy out and takin him out quickly.
“I know Roy isn’t going to oblige in any way shape or form. The more you go out there and hit Roy and you try to beat Roy’s brains in, he’s going to come back, drop his body weight and try to land that big overhand right.
“I try to fight with a very high IQ. I can say all this and I can be as confident as I want to be, but whatever happens, I just want the best Roy Nelson to show up so I can go out there and beat him at his best. On his best day, he’s not taking me out.”
Barnett won a points decision over Nelson in a tight and brutal contest.