Fastest UFC Knockouts And Top 5 Quickest Result in History

Posted on December 27, 2018, 6:38 am
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UFC is a game that can be termed as the beauty and the beast at the same time and same game. Because the games’ actions and the contest are much harder while the enjoyment of the audiences is much beautiful.  It might grab the attention of the die-hard fans. Sometimes in a strike that swiftly sends a man crashing to the mat. This game is one of the wondrous things and it can be described as brutal and beautiful. Fastest UFC Knockouts History is somehow harder because the biggest games can happen anytime.

The biggest players are termed as the corner stone of operating the game of UFC. In a crucial moment of the game, the decision of players to beat the opposite is the most sincere matter. In that case, a tiny wrong decision can make a big turn in the game.

Fastest UFC Knockouts History

The fights among the Johny Hendricks vs Jon Fitch, Duane Ludwig vs Jonathan Goulet, B. J. Penn vs Caol Uno, Mark Weir vs Eugene Jackson, Gray Maynard vs Joe Veres, James Irvin vs Houston Alexandar, Don Frye vs Thomas Ramirez, Ryan Jimmo vs Anthony Perosh, Chan Sung Jung vs Mark Hominick, Todd Duffee vs Tim Hague are of the Fastest UFC Knockouts in the history ever.

Let’s have a look to the Fastest UFC Knockouts-2018 with newly revealed list.

5. Johny Hendricks vs Jon Fitch (12 Sec)

Johny Hendricks vs Jon Fitch Fastest UFC Knockouts History

Johny Hendricks vs Jon Fitch 2011 – 12 Sec Knockouts

The fight between Hendricks and Fitch was a history to the quickest finish of the game. On December 30 of 2011 the history was created in the UFC 141 “Lesnar vs. Overeem”. It was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas of the USA.

Fitch was not lost the game in the last nine years. Previously, He had lost only one match in his twenty three appearances. But on that game Fitch was collapsed by Hendricks. In the UFC 141 the match was finished in just only 12 seconds.

4. Duane Ludwig vs Jonathan Goulet (11 Sec)

Duane Ludwig vs Jonathan Goulet Fastest UFC Knockouts History

Duane Ludwig vs Jonathan Goulet 2006 – 11 sec Knockouts

The match between Duane Ludwing and Jonathan Goulet was as mysterious as not happened in a decade. For worst miscalculations at UFC Fight Night 3 Goulet had to pay her night in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

The match was held on 16th January 2006. Jonathan beat Goulet in only 11 seconds after starting the game. It’s become one of the fastest UFC Knockouts.

3. J. Penn vs Caol Uno (11 Sec)

J. Penn vs Caol Uno Fastest UFC Knockouts

J. Penn vs Caol Uno 2001 – 11 Sec Knockouts

The fight between B. J. Penn and Caol Uno was a historical ending to the quickest finish. On November 02 of 2001, the history was created in the UFC 34. It was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas of the USA.

The Fighting Championship was fallen by a series of savage beatdowns. The match was finished in just only 11 seconds when B. J. Penn was collapsed in the quickest time.

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2. Chan Sung Jung vs Mark Hominick (7 Sec)

Chan Sung Jung vs Mark Hominick Fastest UFC Knockouts

Chan Sung Jung vs Mark Hominick 2011 – 7 sec Knockouts

Jung vs Mark was one of the fastest UFC Knockouts. Jung was the former UFC featherweight title contender of Korea. The historical match was held in the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on 10th December of 2011.

In the first round clash, he won by only in 7 seconds against Mark at the UFC 140 “Jones vs. Machida”. After winning the game Jung said that I’m not a great striker. I’m one of the best strikers in the world, I think.

Todd Duffee vs Tim Hague (7 Sec)

Todd Duffee vs Tim Hague Fastest UFC Knockouts History

Todd Duffee vs Tim Hague 2009 – 7 sec Knockouts

The match between Todd Duffee and Tim Hague was as unexpected as not happened in an epoch. For a bad calculation at UFC Fight Night 102 Hague had to pay her night at the Rose Garden in Portland Oregon.

The match was held on 29th August 2009. Duffee beat Hague in only 7 seconds after starting the game. It’s become one of the fastest UFC Knockouts. After winning the game, Duffee said. “This week has been the least-stressful week.

Fastest UFC Knockouts History is somehow harder because the biggest games can be happened anytime. Fighters are paid highly for their sensitive and dangerous fighting in UFC.

In some time they are paid with huge reward besides their salaries amount according to their decisions and match value. Fighters are recognized with huge respect when they give the decisions accurately in turning point of the match. They are the real hero in the fighting world.