An MMA Fighter in Mississipi Double Stomped His Opponent and it Didn’t End Well…

Oh regional MMA is a beautiful thing. Every now and again it throws up a gem of a story that makes you wonder just exactly what these fighters are smoking. Remember back a couple of weeks to when Drew Chatman front-flipped off of his opponent? History has repeated itself – at least sort of.

There are a few rules that are absolutely set in stone in MMA. No groin attacks, no eye pokes, no striking the back of the head. Does standing/stomping/front-flipping/Irish-dancing on your opponent’s back really need to be specifically added to the rules? It would appear so.

At V3 Fights in Mississipi, MMA fans were given a gem of an illegal move. Brian Hall was fighting Jeremy Rogers and obviously got a little bit excited. It didn’t go down well with the referee, resulting in the fight being overturned to a no-contest.


It should be fairly obvious that you’re not allowed to double stomp your opponent. There’s no explaining why Hall did it. The MMA fighter has a not-so-spectacular record of 8-4-1, which might explain how he mixed the rules up a little bit. He’s not very good.

Despite this, he has some experience in Bellator and Legacy as well. There’s just no excuse for his stupidity. Meanwhile, this was opponent/victim Brian Hall’s second fight, as he came into it on the back of a single defeat. The pair were fighting in the co-main event of V3 Fights 68.


Hall basically went full Finn Balor. It would be amazing if it wasn’t so ridiculous. The MMA star had dropped Rogers. The fight looked like it was almost over, with Rogers in a very bad position. Then Hall decided to make everyone’s night by jumping up and double-stomping his opponent. Video footage above.

You just can’t do that. It’s very simple. Rogers’ reaction shows you exactly how he felt. He’s like an indignant chicken flapping its weeks. Anyway, the fight was overturned to a no-contest. This is bizarre really because it was obviously illegal so Rogers should have got a DQ win. Although the real winner here was the audience.


It looked like a wild night in Mississipi. In the main event, Justin Prescott extended his run to 7-1. He’s a Louisiana-based fighter who looks like a decent talent. Check out his brilliant kimura finish of Ryan Collins above. It’s good stuff.

V3 Fights hosts a combination of professional and amateur fights. Let’s thank the MMA gods for what it’s given us. Full results below.

Professional Card

  • Justin Prescott def. Ryan Collins via submission (kimura) – Round 1, 2:21

  • Brian Hall vs. Jeremy Rogers declared a no contest (illegal stomp) – Round 1, 5:00

  • James Horne def. Jesse James via submission (armbar) – Round 2

  • Mark Martin def. Mark Kolker via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 1:31

Amateur Card

  • Dakota McFerson def. Alexander Hilliard via TKO (strikes) – Round 3, 1:53 for the V3Fights heavyweight title

  • Cameron Hall def. Gannon Hayes via unanimous decision

  • Jordan Fowler def. Jaylin Castillo via unanimous decision

  • Bryan Westmoreland vs. Trevor Blakney via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 1:05

  • Adryan Grundy def. Cameron Phillips via unanimous decision.

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