A pair of UFC veterans faced off in a superfight as the main event for High Rollerz 4 and in the end, Jake Shields emerged victorious over Diego Sanchez and took home a fancy new belt. Despite the fact that the event actually took place over the weekend, it wasn’t shown live so we still have to wait a few days before we actually get to see the match, which will be available to watch on Pluto TV on February 12th. Regardless, the promotion still announced the outcome of their headline matchup on their official Instagram account along with several other photos from their fourth event.
While the main attraction going into the event was the battle between Jake Shields and Diego Sanchez, it was another match much earlier on in the card that drew the most attention after the event had finished. Amateur MMA fighter Michael Grybos found himself caught in an armbar courtesy of a 10th Planet white belt also named Mike, and lifted him high into the air in order to try and shake him off his arm. Sadly, he chose not to abandon the armbar and instead attempted to remain attached to his opponent so that when he was shaken, he fell to the floor and landed pretty awkwardly on his head and neck area. High Rollerz confirmed that there was no lasting injury and all is well after the event, but it certainly makes for a pretty concerning watch without knowing that:
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