It’s pretty amazing to watch a fight conclude after a few short seconds.
The Ultimate Fighting Championships have seen some of the ugliest and fastest knockouts. While some are slow and painful to watch, others have been swift and devastating, so sudden that the match only lasts a few minutes.
For most spectators, the faster a knockout happens, the more thrilling the match is. Ufc events happen every so often, so the record for the fastest knockout is hardly held for long.
Fighters get to redeem themselves when they lose in the shortest bouts while the winners set new records.
The fastest knockouts have not been consistently happening each year. Some date back almost seven years ago. Here’s a list of some of the greatest knockouts in the history of Ufc.
The rise of T.J Dillashaw had not been expected by many pundits in 2014. He was considered as one of the better bantamweights in a lackadaisical division. In a popular Team Alpha Male camp, he was one of the lesser publicized fighters. Now six months later, he’s the only champion in the camp and headlining another pay-per-view.
It was his performance against Renan Barao at Ufc 173 that will certainly be the most impressive performance of the year. He outclassed Barao in dominant fashion in every facet of the fight. Now that he’s gotten the top, here comes the greater challenge. The ability to stay on top as champion is far more difficult. Jon Jones, Chuck Liddell, Frank Mir, and Forrest Griffin discussed above how much pressure goes into behind holding the belt.
Despite the pressure, Dillashaw is one of the most well-rounded fighters on the current roster.
1. Che Mills Vs Duane Ludwig – Ufc on Fuel TV 5, 29th September 2012
The Ufc’s sole visit to the UK in 2012 might be lacking in star power but the card is absolutely jam-packed with hot British talent and fantastic match-ups. The preliminary bout between Gloucester’s own Che Mills and Duane “Bang” Ludwig really emphasises that point. Neither fighter is going to be headlining a Pay-Per-View any time soon but both are capable of
Taking place at the Koenig Pilsner Arena in Oberhaunsen, Germany, Ufc 122: Marquardt vs. Okami features the headling middle-weight match between Nate “The Great” Marquardt and Japanese star Yushin “Thunder” Okami, as well as a further nine bouts of devasting, hard-hitting, grapping action – including Dennis Silver vs. Andre Winner, Amir Sadollah vs. Peter Sabatta and Kyle Noke vs. Rob Kimmons.
Having previously enjoyed the long-running television series The Ultimate Fighter I was more than a little interested in watching my first full Ufc title card event (yes, I’m too cheap to pay the sub) but what an introduction into the world of Ufc! Featuring a mix of Us and international fighters, Ufc 122 contains some of the weakest Ufc bouts I’ve had the misfortune to see… With none of the “big” names in attendance for this German Ufc outing, it was left to some
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