FHM Nation, have you seen the ugly rambol between the Mapua Cardinals and the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals during their NCAA Season 90 matchup yesterday (September 22)?
A bench-clearing brawl involving players and coaches erupted after EAC's John Tayongtong got into a scuffle with Mapua's CJ Isit and Leo Gabo, causing the game to be called off with still 28 seconds left on the clock. Worse, Isit found himself creeping on the floor after receiving a mean hook from Tayongtong. Aguy!
Press play on the video below to see how the whole thing unfolded:
Video via MyFavoriteHDVideos
The good news is Isit's doing fine and has since turned to Twitter to address the situation.
Dude caught me with a mean blow. I was not ready. I thought we were doubling. Lol. Im down to square tho. Tell me when.— CJ isit (@iamISIT) September 22, 2014
Netizens, however, will not let an incident like this pass without speaking their minds. According to @trshiamariano, the NCAA is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
They don't always trend but when they do, they lose whatever pride or prestige their institution has. Tsk3. #NCAAbrawl— Trshia Mariano (@trshiamariano) September 22, 2014
Meanwhile, @1SportsCentered suggests that since Tayongtong is likely to be banned from playing collegiate basketball, why not force him to pursue a boxing career instead?
"May mga tililing ba kayo sa tenga?" asks @godfatherJK5. These players may have confused "ball" with "brawl."
Netizens like @olivercvalle believe that these kids will make it to the PBA someday. The Philippine Boxing Association, that is.
They may have lost the game (and the brawl), but at least the Cardinals continue to stand proud. No offense to these guys, but we're not too sure if you could consider this a proud moment.