Conor Huen Talks About His Controversial DQ At The No Gi Worlds

Last Saturday, Conor Heun entered the World Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Championship in Long Beach, California. After gaining a toe hold on his opponent, Huen says his Brazilian competitor verbally tapped in Portuguese, but not understand the word, he did not release the submission. The two almost started throwing fists, and referee Anjinho awarded the match to the opponent, on disqualification for failing to stop. Conor Huen explains his side of the story.




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