The Fastest Knockout in UFC History!Category: MMA
It was the first time for mixed-martial arts fighter Todd Duffee to enter the Octagon. And what a debut it was!
At the undercard of UFC 102 at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon, USA on August 29, 2009, Duffee set a record for the fastest knockout in Ultimate Fighting Championship history by throwing a left jab that caught Tim Hague’s left cheek which immediately sent him down to the canvas. The fight was finished in 7 seconds!
Afterwards, Duffee said to the camera,
“That was an appetizer, I want to eat now Dana, let me eat!”
Dana of course refers to UFC President, Dana White.
Here’s the knockout video of the Todd Duffee vs Tim Hague fight:
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The knockout might be a fluke or might be a sign for greater things to come for Todd Duffee. Whatever it is, his name is forever etched in the history of UFC for delivering the fastest knockout ever.
If you missed the show LIVE, you can still watch the UFC 102 replay.
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