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Woah, watch this 1.7 second KO, the fastest recorded KO in MMA history

Woah, watch this 1.7 second KO, the fastest recorded KO in MMA history

Some of you told me about a one-second KO that happened over the weekend in the UK at the UCMMA show, and naturally I didn't believe any of you because on paper it sounds rather impossible. It was only until I looked at the footage that was released just hours ago when I truly believe that fighters in 2014 refuse to keep their hands up at all points of a fight -- especially the first second of it.

Apparently the cameraman admits that he wasn't ready for the action to spike within the first second of the fight, which explains the somewhat blurry nature of the video. I'm not certain who these fighters are, but both are going down in the record books for being part of the fastest KO in MMA history. Check it out.

Last modified onMonday, 17 March 2014 10:13
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