MMA Fighter Accused Of Faking Glove Touch To Pull Off Stunning 1-Second KO Win

Some MMA fans suspect that a fighter's epic one-second KO win wasn't a clean victory.

Luis Hernandez At Titan Fc
Luis Hernandez At Titan Fc - Image credit @Grabaka_Hitman Instagram
  • MMA fighter Luis Hernandez secured a historic one-second KO win
  • Some fans refute the win and call for a “cheap shot”

Florida native and professional MMA fighter Luis Hernandez got the internet going into a frenzy over his one-second KO win over Brian Topp at Titan FC 83 on Friday night at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla. However, some online fans later disputed it, claiming Hernandez pulled off a dirty trick.

Fake glove Touch?

Hernandez and Topp squared up expecting an all-out middleweight war. However, many did not expect the fight to end in one second as Hernandez immediately landed a vicious head kick even before their gloves touched one another.

The fight officials declared that it was indeed a legitimate one-second knockout, but some fans are now accusing Hernandez of faking the glove touch in order to catch Topp off-guard with a head kick.

Watch the clip and check out what the fans had to say below:

“Guys, a bum for fake glove touch.”

“Cheap, or no? Looks like opponent was going for the glove touch there.”

“Are we going to ignore that he baited a glove touch? You can say the ol’ bait and switch is a fair tactic, but that does CHANGE what this is.”

“Cheap, more than one second and he looks REALLY lame”

“Lol, was he not going for a glove touch?”

“Cheap shot.”

While most fans called it a “cheap shot,” there were also those who backed Hernandez.

“Defend yourself at all times! in reply to a dirty fake glove touch.”

“All the guys in the comments talking about fake glove touch have never seen Luis Hernandez fight before. dude starts every single fight with this same kick, be prepared.”

Potentially the fastest KO win in MMA history

Regardless of what fans say, Hernandez’s one-second KO win will go down as one of, if not the fastest knockout win in the history of professional MMA. If the fight wouldn’t be overturned, then Hernandez had just etched his name in the record books.

The stunning win saw Hernandez improving his undefeated pro MMA record to 3-0. On the other hand, Topp has now gone winless in his four pro MMA bouts.

Published on July 22, 2023 at 3:01 pm
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