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We’ve nearly seen it all when it comes to MMA fights, but there’s a first time for everything.  Take this December bout in Germany, for example, between Arkadiusz Wroblewski and Paata Tschapelia. Early on in the fight, Wroblewski threw an overhand right, which caused him to dislocate his shoulder.

For most, this would’ve been the end of the line. Throw in the towel, and call the match. But not for these dudes.

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Tscapeelia nonchalantly walked over to his injured opponent, grabbed his arm, gave it a quick tug, and voila, the shoulder was back in place. The two then touched gloves and continued their fight, as if nothing had happened. Well, actually, soon after, something did happen, as Tschapelia ended up beating Wroblewski via TKO at 3:52 of round 1.