There's an unwritten contract between fighters that dictates behavior in competition: Don't hurt me and I won't hurt you. That doesn't include the techniques and violence used to win fights, but applies to the kind of excessive, unnecessary or illegal offense that could cost someone his career. Violating it should be a no-strikes policy: Do it once and you're out.
Paul Daley ignored the agreement when he lobbed a punch at Josh Koscheck moments after Koscheck had put his defenses down ...
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