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.
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