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Fastest Knockouts In Ufc History

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Knockouts are always a great way to finish a fight. Its been 25 years since the first UFC event and throughout this period, several fighters have used Knockouts to finish fights at lightning speed. People do like when fight they pay to watch end in a few seconds. But it is always exciting to rewatch the same fight after some time. So I have prepared a list of 20 Fastest Knockouts in UFC History. At UFC 163, former UFC fighter Anthony Perosh finished off his Brazilian opponent Vinny Magalhaes in 14 Seconds. Earlier, Perosh took down Magalhaes and pounded him with a series of punches. After nearly a dozen punches, referee Steve Mazagatti intervened to stop the fight. It should be noted that Perosh came to this fight after an embarrassing 7 Seconds defeat against Ryan Jimmo at UFC 149. He competed in four more fights before retiring in 2016. American MMA fighter Anthony Hamilton is the next person in our Fastest UFC Knockouts list. It took Hamilton only 14 Seconds to take down his Polish opponent Damian Grabowski in a heavyweight bout at UFC 201. The fight takes place on the UFC 201 Preliminary card. Hamilton connected right away and landed Grabowski with a series of punches. At one point, Grabowski loses his balance and Hamilton delivers more punches against the cage. After this fight, Hamilton lost his next four fights in UFC, including a 24 Seconds loss to Daniel Spitz at UFC Fight Night 116. While Grabowski was released by promotion in 2017. In another 14 Seconds finish American MMA fighter Terry Martin knocked out Jorge Rivera at UFC 67. Martin won the Knockout of Night Bonus award for this fight. UFC 67 was held in 2007 and it also featured another quick knockout in which Roger Huerta finished off John Halverson in 18 Seconds. Shortly after this bout, Martin was released from the UFC. He started to compete in other MMA promotions like Strikeforce and in his last 10 Fight he won 5 and lost 5. It was 2015 when Conor McGregor shocked the entire world by defeating UFC Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo in 13 Seconds. At that time, Aldo was undefeated for 10 years. And, single notorious punch was all it took for McGregor to beat him. During the fight, McGregor land left hook when Aldo was attempting right-leave punch combination. The punch rendered Aldo unconscious and he fell to the ground. Till this day, it has been Fastest Knockout in the title bout. In post-Fight interview, McGregor say: After this fight, McGregor defeated Lightweight Championship Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 to become the first person to hold two Championships from two weight-classes at same time. In 2017, McGregor fought boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. In a boxing match dubbed Money Fight and Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History. 16. Anthony Johnson-13 Seconds at UFC Fight Night 10 at UFC Fight Night 10, Anthony Rumble Johnson took out Chad Reiner in just 13 Seconds.

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Masvidals popularity exploded

With his short but impressive performance, Masvidal became the talk of the UFC. Multiple MMA media outlets would go on to name his performance Knockout of Year. It was quite a remarkable turnaround for Masvidal, who just a year earlier was in the middle of an almost two-Year-long layoff reassessing his career. Following Masvidals victory over Askren, which was his second consecutive win that included defeat of Darren Till via second-round TKO in March of 2019, he looked to build on momentum against Nate Diaz at UFC 244. And that precisely what he did In that fight, Masvidals confidence was understandably at an all-time high and it show. Masvidal won the bout in somewhat controversial fashion, earning TKO by doctor stoppage. He improved his overall record to 35-13 and was riding a three-fight win streak. In Dana Whites eyes, Masvidals three most recent performances show he was on top form and worthy of a potential welterweight title shot.

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Ben Askren out of MMA

LAS VEGAS-most hyped grudge match heading into UFC 239 ended in the fastest and perhaps most violent knockout in the history of UFC. Veteran welterweight Jorge Masvidal used a hellacious flying knee coming out of the gate to knock Ben Askren cold in their main-card bout at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night. The time of stoppage officially was at 0: 05 mark of the opening round. That beat, by ONE second, Duane Ludwigs record, set in victory over Jonathan Goulet in 2006. I really wanted to beat his ass for 14 minutes and 30 seconds but it didnt happen, so back to business, Masvidal say. Masvidal, with his hands behind his back, came out at an odd angle and charged at Askren, who attempted to duck under it. Instead, kick landed flush on Askrens's ear, knocking him stiff to the mat. Masvidal landed two more punches on clearly unconscious Askren before the referee could step in and wave things off. Masvidal taunted Askren as doctors rushed into the cage to attend to his foe, with whom he had engaged in quite a bit of trash talk leading up to the fight. That dude was talking wild, man, Masvidal say. I have to show you theres consequences sometimes, theres some bad out there. Victory was by far the biggest in the career of Masvidal, longtime presence on the scene who is finally breaking through to the top. Hes won two straight, both by knockout, and five of his past seven. It also marked the first career loss for Askren, former Bellator and ONE welterweight titleholder. After regaining consciousness, Askren leaves the cage under his own power.

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UFC 239 Recap

Jorge Masvidal made UFC history last night at UFC 239 live on ESPN + pay-per-view from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he finished previously undefeated Ben Askren via knockout just five seconds into the first round. The second fight starts Masvidal rushes in and lands clean flying knee to the head of Askren as Funky shot in for takedown. Askren immediately goes limp and Masvidal lands two more vicious right hands that further stiffen the welterweight wrestler. Askren was very slow to his feet, but eventually come to. The aftermath can be seen above and below courtesy of UFC / ESPN. With this performance, Masvidal records UFC history en route to defeating an undefeated contender many believe to be on a fast track to UFC title shot. Gamebred has been around for a very long time and has simply never looked better, which was proven yet again tonight at UFC 239. The winner of Colby Covington vs. Robbie Lawler may want a piece of pie too, but Masvidal should be the next contender in line for the welterweight title shot.

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Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren

Jan Blachowicz also knocked out Luke Rockhold with a devastating left hand in the second round of ex-champ Rockholds light heavyweight debut. Nunes takes few minutes to find her groove against Holm, who famously knocked out Ronda Rousey with a head kick nearly four years ago. When Nunes felt comfortable, she unleashed a sophisticated array of strikes and eventually caught Holm with a kick that sent her straight to canvas. Nunes completed the knockout with punches, sending Holm to her fifth loss in seven fights. After her fourth successful bantamweight defense, Nunes said she wanted to defend the 145-pound belt next. UFC President Dana White is trying to book a rematch with long-reigning featherweight champion Cris Cyborg Justino, who lasted just 51 seconds against Nunes in December. This woman is tough, man, White said of Nunes. Shes unbelievable. Pound for pound, one of greatest of all time. But there will be somebody next. Jones was the significant favorite against Santos, longtime middleweight who moved up in weight last year. But Santos power and energy caused problems for Jones from the opening minutes, forcing the champion to be cautious and to use his superior length. We all know Thiagos best chance was to knock me out, Jones say. I play it smart and bring home this gold for my family and team. He was technically a lot more sound than I thought. Thiago Santos is a black belt in Muay Thai. I am proud of myself, because I stand with a guy who has been kickboxing way longer than me. Santos made several significant strikes in the first round, but Jones briefly floored the challenger with a big kick in the second. I think I hit him more and out-point him, but with my knee like that, it was all I could do, Santos say. I know it was a very close fight. In the condition I was in, I think I fought a good fight. Jones found his rhythm midway through the fight, using his size to keep Santos away. Santos also hurt his knee along the way, although he kept striking even while he struggle for balance. I felt like I was winning, so there was no need to take him down, Jones say. We were playing very high level game of chess there. Masvidal played a less complicated game to get his star-making finish. Masvidal created one of most dramatic knockouts in UFC history when he destroyed Askren, high-level wrestler in his second UFC fight after a prosperous career in other promotions. Masvidal and Askren had intense personal rivalry heading into the fight, exchanging voluminous trash talk rooted in years of mutual dislike. After listening to the opening bell while touching his own fence, Masvidal took three running steps out of his corner and sailed directly into the face of Askren, who had ducked for a wrestling takedown. Knee land flush, and Askren was unconscious.

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10. Duane Ludwig: 11 Seconds

There is something about a strike that swiftly sends man crashing to mat that grabs the attention of not only die-hard fans, but also casual ones who've stumbled across sport by chance. Knockout is one of those wondrous things that can be described as both brutal and beautiful in the same sentence. While TJ Dillashaw-esque fifth-round brain-loosener or Dan Henderson's back-from-dead H-bomb will always get a warm response, there is nothing that spring crowd to life quite like a one-strike coup de grace in the opening round. To celebrate the rare gift of quick finish, we present to you 10 UFC KOs that take less time than it took Usain Bolt to break the 200m record. In his third professional fight, Penn took on vastly more experienced Caol Uno. However, if the former shooto champion saw match up with a youngster as an easy one for win column, he had set himself up for rude awakening. After attempting an audacious flying knee right off the bat, Uno tried to settle himself. However, Penn refused to allow Little Gremlin to get comfortable as he swiftly dropped him with ferocious uppercut, before pouncing and pummeling his unconscious opponent until the ref had seen enough. There were absolutely no UFC debut jitters for Mark Weir. After throwing a hook kick, he tagged Eugene Jackson with a perfectly timed jab that sent him crashing to the mat. He follows this up with a barrage of punches until his opponent's lights go out. Unfortunately, his first fight in promotion would also be the zenith of his career, as he was cut from promotion less than a year later after suffering back-to-back losses to Phillip Miller and Dave Loiseau respectively. 8. Gray Maynard UFC Fight Night 11-9 secs one left hook was all Maynard needed to end this contest early. Although this is by far his most spectacular victory, Maynard's singular KO of Joe Veres will always be overshadowed by that ludicrous double-KO against Rob Emerson in his prior fight. 7. Makwan Amirkhani, UFC on Fox 14-8 secs What a stunning way to introduce yourself to the biggest stage in sport. Amirkhani never finished fight with strikes until he faced Andy Ogle in his promotional debut. The submission specialist showed the world his striking game was also to be feared with that glorious flying knee. We now go from the most recent to oldest fight on our list, as we take a trip back to the early years of UFC. Moustache enthusiast Frye was an accomplished wrestler and professional boxer before switching to MMA, while his opponent, Thomas Ramirez, had seen one too many Steven Seagal movies. Remarkably, Frye followed up his MMA debut and won the UFC 8 tournament by defeating Sam Adkins and Gary Goodridge. Later that day.

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7. Gray Maynard: 9 Seconds

A couple of weeks back, we were witnesses to UFC 239. Thiago Santos fought off multiple knee and leg injuries to go five rounds with Jon Jones. Jones won by hairline but that wasnt highlight of Night. In the co-main event, women's champ-champ Amanda Nunes knocked out former bantamweight champion Holly Holm with a spectacular head kick. Again, that was not the highlight of the night. And then there was Jorge Masvidal, who Fight Ben Askren in a welterweight bout. There was no title on line in that fight but after trash talk in weeks and months leading to the fight, it was probably the most anticipated Fight of the Night. Unfortunately for fans, it didnt last long because Masvidal knocked out Askren with his first strike of the fight. Just like that, it was goodnight, Ben Askren. Officially, it was declared a five-second knockout. And officially, it is the fastest knockout in UFC history. But that isnt only sub-10 seconds knockout that weve seen in UFC. In the history of promotion, there have 7 other knockouts in under 10 seconds. Lets take a look at the fastest knockouts in UFC history. Note: if you think Conor McGregors ' 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo is on the list, think again because its not. Here are other fastest knockouts in UFC history: Jorge Masvidal UFC 239 Jorge Masvidal and Ben Askren was a stylistic battle between striker and wrestler. And right off bat, both go, each going to his bread and butter. Askren charged at Masvidal, looking to catch him and take him down instantly. Masvidal ran towards Askren and attempted to flying knee. Well, knee get there first. Askren was already out before Masvidal was even on top of him. As Joe Rogan say, it could have very well been 3 seconds. Todd Duffee UFC 102 one punch knockouts are common in heavyweight bouts. This one was no exception. All it took was one stiff jab from Duffee that landed flush on Tim Hagues grill to make latters ' knees crumble. Duffee rushes on top of his downed opponent and finished him off with a flurry. Ryan Jimmo UFC 149 Ryan Jimmo couldnt have plotted his UFC debut much better. He vacate MFC light heavyweight title to sign with UFC. For his first assignment, he was given Anthony Perosh. After bell, Jimmo threw overhand right that immediately floor Perosh. The Aussie was already out before he even fell on the canvass. Korean Zombie UFC 140 Chan Sung Jung is one of the most exciting fighters of this era and in this particular fight, Korean Zombie was indeed spectacular. Jung has always been known for his incredible recovery skills, but in this fight, he displayed his offense. Mark Hominick had just gone distance with Jose Aldo and he was expecting to beat Korean Zombie. But the latter had other plans.

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2. Ryan Jimmo: 7 Seconds

Everyone on this list knocks their opponent out in seconds, but only one fighter does robot after. That fighter is Ryan Jimmo, who knocked out Anthony Perosh in 7 seconds in his home province of Alberta at UFC 149. Sadly, Ryan Jimmo was killed earlier this summer after getting into an altercation with 2 men in a truck early in the morning of June 26 2016. After an argument, a truck ran over Jimmo and flee. 2 men in their early 20s have been arrested and charged with his murder. Jimmo had been released from the UFC the previous summer and hadnt fought since.

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