no...no he didnt just give him a "black eye." he broke his orbital bone with the first punch of the fight. koscheck is clearly still scared of getting hit in that eye every fight. if you watched mma and got off fightfinder you would know these things. but yes...he clearly doesnt hit hard, while he breaks a guys orbital. makes perfect sense.
you realize koscheck was out for awhile after that gsp fight, right? it was the girl punch that put him out.
Your tools keep taking one thing and trying to make it mean another. Shows how ignorant and twisted your logic is.Injured eye doesnt mean hits hard. Cro Cop broke Sakus orbital from his back. A place we know is impossible to get power to from as there is only a couple reported cases of someone getting KOed in that position. Clearly you can get great power from the position and most fighters wont even try to strike from there. So how did Saku get his broken? Because shit happens. Not all parts of the orbital require the same force to fracture. So basically this injury doesnt mean power. If there was power there. There would likely be a KO. Kos wasnt hurt and we know he is not that hard to hurt since Paulo knocked him out. Alves had him hurt/out, Hazelette rocked him off the top of my head. There is nothing to suggest GSP has power. Not in his fights or their results, this video, or his opponents comments. They all show the opposite.
eye socket is a bony cup that surrounds and protects the eye. The rim of the socket is made of fairly thick bones, while the floor and nasal side of the socket is paper thin in many places. A fracture is a broken bone in the eye socket involving the rim, the floor or both.
- Indirect orbital floor fracture ("blowout fracture"). This occurs when the bony rim of the eye remains intact, but the paper thin floor of the eye socket cracks or ruptures. This can cause a small hole in the floor of the eye socket that can trap parts of the eye muscles and surrounding structures. The injured eye may not move normally in its socket, which can cause double vision. Most blowout fractures are caused by an impact to the front of the eye from something bigger than the eye opening, such as a baseball, a fist or an automobile dashboard.
Basically GSP hits about as hard as the average man. Nothing more, nothing less.