Justine Kish smelled poop right after UFC Fight Night 112 loss but didn't know she did it

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Justine Kish had just finished a grueling 15-minute fight with Felice Herrig, which she knew would result in a loss, when suddenly the smell hit her.

“The bell went off, and I noticed something,” Herrig said Thursday on “The Domenick Nati Show” on iHeartRadio. “I was like, ‘What is that smell?’ I’m thinking is it the referee? Did he pass gas or something? And I look on the floor.”

That’s when she saw it. The poop smeared on the mat.

“I knew it wasn’t Felice,” Kish said. “I see myself, and I’m like, ‘Oh no. Oh my God, that’s me.’ And then I’m thinking do I clean it up? What do I do? I look at my corner, I’m pointing, and I’m like, ‘That’s my (expletive) on the floor.’ …

“You’d think I would feel it or something, but no, I was too busy getting the (expletive) choked out of me.”

Kish admits the unfortunate in-cage accident at UFC Fight Night 112 over the weekend “humiliated” her immediately upon realizing what happened. All she wanted to do in that moment was leave the cage.

“Defense mechanism is to leave and clean yourself up,” Kish said. “But it would be very rude to do that.”

So she stood around, with poop in her shorts, and waited until Herrig got her hand raised. Kish said tt felt like forever and once the announcement was made, she made a bee-line for the locker room.

She realized backstage there was no sense in hiding from something everyone had noticed. So she owned it with a post-fight tweet poking fun at herself. Kish made light of a crappy situation and continues to be a good sport about it.

But what did she eat on fight day to cause this?

“Maybe I had a little bit too much fiber,” Kish said. “I had steel cut oatmeal, bacon and eggs, and water, and refuel packs to hydrate. I probably had like a hundred bottles of water just because I had to lose so many pounds. I swear, I promise – I went to the bathroom like 20 times. That’s all part of pre-fight stuff. I didn’t think anything was left in my system.”

It happens. The good news is some unexpected opportunities are on the table for Kish, who said she’s been approached by DUDE Wipes, a disposable wipe product company featured on “Shark Tank,” with a sponsorship offer.

“I’m actually considering it,” said Kish, who adds she’s also “not above” doing an adult diapers pitch. “Because, you know what, we could have some fun with this and maybe make the product less embarrassing or more funny. You know, if it puts a smile on someone’s face.”

That’s the attitude.

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 112 medical suspensions: Chiesa, Boetsch, Herrig get 180-day terms

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Six fighters from Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 112 event face mandatory medical suspensions that could stretch up to six months.

MMAjunkie today requested and obtained the list of suspensions from the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, which oversaw the event.

UFC Fight Night 112 took place at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., and the main card aired on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass.

Headliner Michael Chiesa (14-3 MMA, 7-3 UFC), who suffered a controversial first-round submission loss to lightweight Kevin Lee (16-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC), was among the fighters receiving 180-day terms.

The full list of medical suspensions included:

  • Michael Chiesa: suspended 180 days due to a possible left-shoulder injury, though a doctor can clear him early; regardless, 30 days with no contact for 21 days due to a scalp laceration
  • Tim Boetsch: suspended 180 days due to possible right-foot and shin injuries, though a doctor can clear him early
  • Johny Hendricks: suspended for 30 days with no contact for 21 days for precautionary reasons
  • Felice Herrig: suspended 180 days due to a possible left-wrist injury, though a doctor can clear her early; regardless, 30 days with no contact for 21 days for precautionary reasons
  • Justine Kish: suspended for 30 days with no contact for 21 days due to a left-eyebrow laceration
  • Joachim Christensen: suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons
  • B.J. Penn: suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons
  • Marvin Vettori: suspended for 30 days with no contact for 21 days for precautionary reasons
  • Vitor Miranda: suspended 180 days due to a possible right-ankle injury, though a doctor can clear him early; regardless, 30 days with no contact for 21 days due to left-ear and nasal lacerations
  • Devin Powell: suspended 180 days due to possible left-ankle injury, though a doctor can clear him early
  • Michel Quinones: suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons
  • Johnny Case: suspended 180 days due to a possible hand, foot/ankle and nose injuries, though a doctor can clear him early; regardless, 60 days with no contact for 45 days due to a left-orbital laceration
  • Tony Martin: suspended for 30 days with no contact for 21 days for precautionary reasons
  • Josh Stansbury: suspended for 45 days with no contact for 30 days for precautionary reasons

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 112 video highlights: Felice Herrig vs. Justine Kish

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For every time Justine Kish (6-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) muscled her way out of trouble, Felice Herrig (13-6 MMA, 4-1 UFC) used her technique to win countless fights for position and dominance, resulting in a unanimous-decision win.

The strawweight bout was part of the main card of today’s UFC Fight Night 112 event at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. It aired on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass.

Check out the highlights above.

Also see:

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Justine Kish jokes about defecating during UFC Fight Night 112 loss (hey, it happens)

Well, at least Justine Kish has a sense of humor about her unfortunate in-cage accident.

It happens.

Kish (6-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) fought her heart out for three rounds against Felice Herrig (13-6 MMA, 4-1 UFC), once coming seconds away from losing consciousness before losing a unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 112, which took place at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., and aired on FS1.

The gutsy performance from the once-undefeated fighter was on everyone’s mind. But unfortunately for Kish, so was something else.

Replays appeared to confirm a substance left on the canvas was the result of Kish losing control of her bowels during a grappling exchange between the women’s strawweights.

“I am a warrior, and I will never quit #(Expletive)Happens haha be back soon,” she wrote tonight on Twitter.

It happens, but not many fighters admit to it. So props to Kish.

Herrig, meanwhile, picked up her third straight win at 115 pounds and asked the UFC to recognize her talent.

Kish had made every minute of the fight tough. It just so happens she fought so hard she couldn’t keep everything in.

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 112 results: Felice Herrig's technique, tenacity shine to hand Justine Kish 1st loss

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Felice Herrig needed every measure of technique to keep the relentless Justine Kish at bay.

But for every time Kish (6-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) muscled her way out of trouble, Herrig (13-6 MMA, 4-1 UFC) used her technique to win countless fights for position and dominance. And at the end of 15 minutes, her hand was raised.

The strawweight bout was part of the main card of today’s UFC Fight Night 112 event at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. It aired on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass.

The final scores were 30-26 twice and 29-27 for Herrig, who picked up her third straight win in the octagon while handing Kish, a fellow castmate on “The Ultimate Fighter 20” before injury withdrawal, her first professional defeat.

Kish put Herrig on her heels from the opening bell with aggressive muay Thai. She tried to improve her hand with a throw from headlock. But in the first of many such instances, her enthusiasm was countered by experience.

Herrig took the back and set up for a choke, as she would do throughout the 15-minute affair. Kish managed to muscle out of the position, only to wind up in trouble again as Herrig put her back on the mat.

After a rough first round, Kish tried to even the score on the feet. But again, her desire to get revenge wound up backfiring as she ran into Herrig’s left hook, which landed several times in a series of frenzied exchanges. Herrig then tripped her to the mat and again took the mount, giving it up only the final seconds of the middle frame when Kish spun around into guard.

Exhausted from two rounds of nonstop action, Herrig went back to her winning strategy, getting an early takedown. After again taking the back, she nearly finished the fight when she sunk in a rear-naked choke. But somehow, Kish managed to get free, grimacing as she scrambled to safety.

Herrig still kept her composure and held top position. And by the end of the fight, it was clear she’d earned enough points to keep the undefeated fighter at bay.

Up-to-the-minute UFC Fight Night 112 results include:

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

(MMAjunkie’s John Morgan contributed to this report on site in Oklahoma City.)

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Felice Herrig details how she lost motivation when 'dieting became starvation' – but has it back

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Felice Herrig was doing it all wrong.

The UFC strawweight is a self-proclaimed obsessive personality. And because of it, the choices Herrig made for fight preparations – specifically when it came to cutting weight – caused her to lose motivation two years ago.

“The thing that made me lose motivation was the obsessiveness,” Herrig told MMAjunkie ahead of her FS1-televised fight with Justine Kish on Sunday at UFC Fight Night 112. “I am an obsessive person, so when I do something I’m always trying to top myself. Every camp I thought I had to work harder, I had to train harder, I had to diet harder.

“To me, dieting became starvation. I had a lot of eating disorders. I remember there would be times where I would have a can of tuna, and I would split it up, and I would eat that – one can of tuna a day for like weeks at a time, thinking that’s how I was going to cut weight. Thinking that if I wasn’t depriving myself enough then I didn’t want it enough, I wasn’t motivated enough, I wasn’t disciplined enough.”

The effects of her habits were evident during a lackluster performance at UFC on FOX 15, resulting in a unanimous-decision loss to Paige VanZant. Since then, though, Herrig has changed her ways, taking a practical approach to her weight-cutting.

“I eat really clean and healthy whole foods,” Herrig said. “I don’t eat anything processed. But I listen to what my body is telling me.”

As a result, Herrig (12-6 MMA, 3-1 UFC) heads into Sunday’s fight with Kish (6-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) riding the momentum of back-to-back wins. And as she puts it, “I’m back to loving the sport again, and I’m back to (being) the ‘Lil Bulldog,’ the Felice that was hungry. I’m just soaking everything in. I’m just loving every moment of it again.”

Admittedly, Herrig hasn’t been thrilled about having to face Kish. With her opponent making the 116-pound limit just once before, Herrig had concerns about Kish missing weight again and said she was prepared to walk away from the fight if it happened. Thankfully Kish made weight, which gives Herrig the chance to hand her a first loss.

But Herrig also said she feels a little burned by the UFC after a February win over up-and-coming star Alexa Grasso failed to have the effect she was hoping for.

“I thought beating Grasso was going to really shoot me into the rankings,” Herrig said. “Because you know that if she beat me, you know she would’ve sky-rocketed in the rankings. But honestly I just realize the rankings are (expletive). A fight is a fight. Maybe it’s not the ideal matchup, but we’re all strawweights, and we’re all going to fight each other at some time.”

Check out our interview above to hear more from Herrig.

And for more on UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Justine Kish aims for 'vicious finish' vs. Felice Herrig, hopes for Joanna Jedrzejczyk showdown

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Justine Kish is wishing continued success to UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk, because when she eventually earns her title shot, she wants to be the one to dethrone the unbeaten Polish wrecking ball.

Kish (6-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC), who is also undefeated and meets Felice Herrig (12-6 MMA, 3-1 UFC) on Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 112 main card, which airs on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., said she’s not looking to skip ahead to a title shot immediately, but is already excited for a potential clash with Jedrzejczyk (14-0 MMA, 8-0 UFC).

“I don’t want to get ahead of myself, but I see myself going against the champ real soon,” Kish told MMAjunkie. “There are things that I would love to do that people are not doing yet against her, so I hope she continues to win, Joanna continues to win, because I really want to be the one to beat her.”

Both fighters come from a muay-Thai background and could match up for a fan-pleasing affair. Kish has been touted as a fighter with solid potential since she first appeared on the UFC scene through “The Ultimate Fighter” reality series. Her progress has been slowed due to injury, but at UFC Fight Night 112 she gets a chance to make a statement by beating a longtime divisional mainstay in Herrig.

Herrig’s recent wins over Kailin Curran and Alexa Grasso prove she can beat the next generation of 115-pound fighters, and Kish said she’s impressed with Herrig’s consistent career success. Herrig is well known through her contributions to the sport, as well as her social media presence, and Kish said getting a win over “Lil’ Bulldog” will do wonders for her.

“I’m actually a Felice Herrig fan, because she’s a pioneer,” Kish said. “She’s accomplished a whole bunch. This is a great opportunity for me, as if I do well and I’m successful in it, it’s going to be a springboard because she has a huge following. Successful or not, she has a big following. That’s going to draw a lot of attention to me no matter what, but it feels like I belong here, and it feels like it should have happened a long time ago, but I’m totally appreciating the pace of it.”

If Kish wants to be considered a threat to Jedrzejczyk, she needs to not only beat Herrig, but do it in an impressively. Kish has won all her pro fights to date, but she can outright admit her two UFC wins over Ashley Yoder and Nina Ansaroff weren’t satisfactory performances.

Kish hasn’t finished an opponent in nearly four years, and if talk of a bout with Jedrzejczyk is to be taken seriously, she said that has to change.

“I don’t want another decision fight,” Kish said. “I want a decisive finish, a vicious finish in this fight just to prove to myself I can be decisive in critical moments, not just hanging around waiting for her to move. … Just finding the times I should actually capitalize and finish things as opposed to just waiting it out and figure out what’s going to happen next.”

For more on UFC Fight Night 112, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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MMAjunkie reader predictions: Make your picks for UFC Fight Night 112 in Oklahoma City

We want your predictions for Sunday’s UFC Fight Night 112 event in Oklahoma City.

Our staff picks feature includes the consensus picks from MMAjunkie readers. Simply cast your vote for each bout below, and we’ll use the official tallies that are registered by Thursday at noon ET (9 a.m. PT).

Those MMAjunkie MMA reader consensus picks will be part of the UFC Fight Night 112 staff picks we release on Friday ahead of the event. UFC Fight Night 112 takes place Sunday at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla. The main card airs on FS1 following prelims on FS2 and UFC Fight Pass.

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Michael Chiesa vs. Kevin Lee

Records: Michael Chiesa (14-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) vs. Kevin Lee (15-2 MMA, 8-2 UFC)
Past five: Chiesa 4-1, Lee 4-1
Division: Lightweight
Rankings: Chiesa No. 9, Lee honorable mention
Odds (as of 6/19/17): Lee -125, Chiesa -105

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Tim Boetsch vs. Johny Hendricks

Records: Tim Boetsch (20-11 MMA, 11-10 UFC) vs. Johny Hendricks (18-6 MMA, 13-6 UFC)
Past five: Boetsch 2-3, Hendricks 2-3
Division: Middleweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 6/19/17): Hendricks -225, Boetsch +175

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Felice Herrig vs. Justine Kish

Records: Felice Herrig (12-6 MMA, 3-1 UFC) vs. Justine Kish (6-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC)
Past five: Herrig 3-2, Kish 5-0
Division: Women’s strawweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 6/19/17): N/A

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Joachim Christensen vs. Dominick Reyes

Records: Joachim Christensen (14-5 MMA, 1-2 UFC) vs. Dominick Reyes (6-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC)
Past five: Christensen 3-2, Reyes 5-0
Division: Light heavyweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 6/19/17): N/A

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Alex Garcia vs. Tim Means

Records: Alex Garcia (14-3 MMA, 4-2 UFC) vs. Tim Means (26-8-1 MMA, 8-5 UFC)
Past five: Garcia 3-2, Means 3-2
Division: Welterweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 6/19/17): N/A

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B.J. Penn vs. Dennis Siver

Records: B.J. Penn (16-11-2 MMA, 12-10-2 UFC) vs. Dennis Siver (22-11 MMA, 11-8 UFC)
Past five: Penn 0-4-1, Siver 2-3
Division: Featherweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 6/19/17): N/A

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