Watch: Chase Sherman Brutally KO’s Fellow UFC Alum Alex Nicholson At Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA 7

"The Vanilla Gorilla" pulled off one of the most, if not the most brutal KO win of his career.

Chase Sherman Sleeps Alex Nicholson
Chase Sherman Sleeps Alex Nicholson - Image credit @mmamania Twitter
  • Chase Sherman knocked Alex Nicholson out cold to secure a first-round KO win
  • “The Vanilla Gorilla” left “The Spartan” unconscious

Chase Sherman literally put Alex Nicholson to sleep at Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA 7.

A brutal KO win

Sherman took on his fellow former UFC fighter Nicholson in the co-main event of Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA 7 this Saturday at the Kia Center in Orlando, Florida. The fight did not last long as “The Vanilla Gorilla” finished “The Spartan” heading into the final minute of the opening round.

In the replay, Sherman could be seen landing a devastating left hook to Nicholson’s chin that saw the 33-year-old hitting his head on the cage as he fell down unconscious. Nicholson had to eat a few more punches from Sherman before the referee in charge finally managed to stop the fight.

Watch the violent KO below:

Sherman and Nicholson both had an underwhelming run during their respective time with the UFC. However, they also both found a new lease on life in bareknuckle boxing through Gamebred.

The KO win saw Sherman improving his record to 18-12. On the other hand, Nicholson suffered the 11th defeat of his career.

Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA 7 was a spectacle

Indeed, Gamebred Bareknuckle MMA 7 was a massive success as seven of the eight fights in the card ended by way of finishes. Apart from Sherman’s KO win over Nicholson, former UFC heavyweight champion Junior Dos Santos also brutalized his opponent Alex Belcher to win the promotion’s heavyweight title.

Published on March 3, 2024 at 12:21 pm
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