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There's getting into your opponent's head, and then there's this. On Friday, MMA fighter Kiko Matos sprayed opponent Baron Geisler with his own urine during their weigh-in at the BAMF MMA Center in the Philippines. With one hand behind his back, Matos told Geisler, "Baron, drink my piss" before revealing the spray bottle. The two were quickly separated as Baron wanted to settle their feud at that very moment.   

Earlier this week, Geisler struck first when he kissed Matos during a press conference.  

When asked about planting a kiss on his opponent, Baron said, "We were face-to-face, and he didn't kiss me... I'm very comfortable with my sexuality. So maybe he's not. Maybe he really wanted to kiss me. It looked like he was happy about it in the video." 

As for the authenticity of the "urine," Matos told reporters that he would bring out the bottle in order to prove it was the real thing. However, URCC founder Alvin Aguilar released a statement claiming the urine was fake. 

Per Rappler: 

"Trust me, if it was [real], Kiko would definitely be hearing from all of us. I would never allow a sick display like that from any of our fighters even if they were just in an exhibition bout. If that was really urine that would be unacceptable and I would pull Kiko out," he said.

These two fighters will be able to finally settle their feud on Saturday in a URCC match, which disallows the use of elbows and knees to the head. As for the urine? Your guess is as good as ours.

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