Unless you lived in Japan and were fortunate enough to attend Sengoku 13, then you missed perhaps the rawest one-punch upper-cut KOs of 2010 and it all happened in thirty-eight seconds. With just one punch, Marlo Sandro dethroned Masanori Kanehara for the Sengoku Featherweight Title and for days, all we had were random accounts from people of just how amazing the knock-out was. Today, with the use of technology that is far beyond your capability of basic scientific understanding, we have the knock-out heard around the world (at 3am EST). Props to Mad Xyientist for the find and be sure to watch the entire event on HDNet this Friday night.
Update: Wrong. This is from Sandro’s 9-second KO of Kanomata that also ended with an upper-cut at Sengoku 12. Since it’s still dripping with awesome, I’ll leave it up here but this is not from Sengoku 13 this past weekend.