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    Devonte Smith. Photo by MMA Junkie / YouTube American fighter Devonte Smith won his Saturday UFC bout via doctor stoppage. Smith's striking was so powerful it forced his opponent's eye to swell like a golf ball. He then told reporters he'd "get blazed and chill" to celebrate. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An American knockout artist called Devonte Smith said he'd "get blazed and chill" after celebrating his stoppage win Saturday at the UFC Fight Night 184 event in Las Vegas. Smith overwhelmed Justin Jaynes with ground-and-pound and wailed punches and elbows onto his opponent before a referee waved the bout off under a doctor's instruction. Smith's blows were so damaging they forced a swelling so grotesque that slammed Jaynes' eye shut, impairing his vision. "I'm real happy … win no matter what," said Smith to reporters at the post-event press conference. "It's a fight. MMA....
    Famous boxing trainer, Teddy Atlas, has made a bold claim about the best finishers in boxing and UFC. He named one current UFC star amongst legends of the sport. His choices will raise a few eyebrows among ardent followers of the pugilistic arts. Finishing a fight is one of the most difficult aspects of a fight. When you hurt a fighter and go in for the knockout, you put yourself within his reach. Moreover, an opponent who’s about to lose throws wild punches that could hurt another. However, famous trainer Atlas gave his take on the matter. He spoke to current UFC lightweight contender Dustin Poirier on his show, ‘THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas’. Atlas told ‘The Diamond’, “The greatest finishers in the history of boxing, for me, Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, Joe Louis, oh my God, if he hurt you, it was over, and Mike Tyson. He’s a great, great...
    (CNN)Fighter Dustin Poirier defeated Conor McGregor early Sunday in a much-anticipated Ultimate Fighting Championship re-match that left McGregor down for the count in the second round. The stunning defeat came after McGregor spent more than a year away from the UFC. He called that time a "wild ride."Conor McGregor calls his return a wild ride as he prepares to make comeback from third retirement"I'm very excited to be back here," he said during a pre-fight press conference on Thursday. "I'm very excited to have fans in here. I feel invigorated." UFC champion Conor McGregor has announced his retirement McGregor first announced back in October he had accepted the fight against Poirier -- in what was a rematch from 2014, where the Irish fighter took less than two minutes to knock Poirier out. The American told CNN he learned a lot from that defeat and six years later, felt "more...
    Boxing is one of the most subjective sports out there. The different aspects you need to take into consideration mean you can never define a perfect boxer. Some are blessed with speed, some with movement, while others may have power amongst many other qualities. However, you can categorize boxers by individual quality, and that’s exactly what we will do. So, in no particular order, here are the ten most powerful punchers in the sport of boxing. LOS ANGELES, USA – DECEMBER 01: Deontay Wilder (R) lands a left hand against Tyson Fury (L) and knocks him down during WBC Heavyweight Championship at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on December 01, 2018.(Photo by Philip Pacheco/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) 10 most powerful punchers in boxing history 1. Mike Tyson: Where else to start but ‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’? Mike Tyson is in the conversation for being the greatest of...
    Heavyweight boxer Frank Sanchez ended his fight with Julian Fernandez dramatically with a TKO that sent Fernandez out of the ring.  On the undercard of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Callum Smith main event, heavyweight boxer Frank Sanchez scored a scary technical knockout over Julian Fernandez. In front of a limited crowd at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX, Sanchez scored an eyecatching TKO that could have ended in disaster. Sanchez (17-0, 13 KOs), 28, from Las Vegas by way of Cuba, connected with a straight right in round 7 that hurt Fernandez and followed it with another that put Fernandez out on his feet. After the second right hand, Fernandez (14-3, 11 KOs) fell through the ropes and took an ugly fall. Fortunately, there was a platform outside of the ring that prevented Fernandez from crashing all the way down to the floor below. FRANK SANCHEZ PUT HIM THROUGH THE...
    Jake Paul mercilessly KO'd Nate Robinson. Photo by Joe Scarnici / Triller Jake Paul just added a highlight knockout to his reel. The 23-year-old YouTube star fought the former NBA player Nate Robinson in a cruiserweight match, which served as the co-main event for the Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. exhibition in Los Angeles. Paul landed only eight punches but managed to have knocked Robinson down in the first round and twice in the second. He left Robinson face-down, motionless on the canvas, before challenging Dillon Danis and Conor McGregor to a fist-fight. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If you thought 23-year-old YouTube star Jake Paul was insufferable before, "The Problem Child" will likely be taking it to another level for you after he scored a highlight-reel knockout Saturday. Paul was competing in a cruiserweight match against the former NBA player Nate Robinson in the...
    NBC NBC’s hit reality singing competition The Voice wrapped up Knockout Rounds this week, and they ended with a four-way knockout competition between four contestants. One of those contestants can be saved by America’s vote. Contestants in the 4-way knockout were Taryn Papa, Julia Cooper, Larriah Jackson and Ryan Gallagher, one contestant from each team. Read on to learn more about how to vote for your favorite contestant.How To Vote for ‘The Voice’ 4-Way KnockoutTo vote, fans can use the The Voice official app or head over to NBC.com. For the first time this season, you can also use your Google Assistant on your phone or device by saying “Hey Google, Vote for The Voice.”  The winner of the four-way knockout will be announced at the beginning of the first live show of the season, on Monday, November 30 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Voting closes on Wednesday, November...
    NBC NBC’s hit reality singing competition The Voice wrapped up Knockout Rounds this week, and they ended with a four-way knockout competition between four contestants. One of those contestants can be saved by America’s vote. To vote, fans can use the The Voice official app or head over to NBC.com. For the first time this season, you can also use your Google Assistant on your phone or device by saying “Hey Google, Vote for The Voice.”  The winner of the four-way knockout will be announced at the beginning of the first live show of the season, on Monday, November 30 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Voting closes on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT. READ NEXT: WATCH: 14-Year-Old ‘Prodigy’ Carter Rubin Amazes Coaches on ‘The Voice’
    Khaos Williams. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Khaos Williams, a 26-year-old American, has issued an apparent warning to his welterweight rivals in the UFC that he can knock anybody out. The fighter's words are not hollow as he is two fights into his UFC career and has scored two, quick-fire, knockout wins already. The UFC boss Dana White said Williams' most recent knockout, scored after 30 seconds Saturday, was one of the "most vicious" he'd ever seen in his Octagon. Williams later said "nobody [is] bulletproof," adding that he's confident he can finish anyone at 170-pounds. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One of the UFC's scariest knockout artists has warned that "nobody [is] bulletproof," and that he'll KO everyone in his weight class. Khaos Williams, 26, starched Abdul Razak Alhassan with a straight right hand just 30 seconds into their welterweight match Saturday, inside the behind-closed-doors...
    Uly Diaz. Photos by Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship A Cuban fighter called Ulysses Diaz scored a three-second knockout Friday. The knockout was scored so quickly, the broadcaster for the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship event did not have time to display the round clock. Diaz's quick-fire win over Donelei Bonedetto set a new record for the fastest knockout in BK FC history. Watch it right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Cuban fighter scored a three-second knockout Friday and set a new record for the fastest KO in the history of Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. It all took place at the BK FC 14 event inside the InterContinental Miami, Florida, with Ulysses Diaz and Donelei Bonedetto competing in a main card match midway through the show. But their fight was over literally seconds after it started. The finish was so fast, the broadcaster didn't even have...
    Patricio Freire. Photo by Bellator MMA Patricio Freire scored a rapid, savage, first-round knockout win Thursday. Freire defeated Bellator 252 opponent Pedro Carvalho via first-round knockout, advancing to the next round of the Bellator featherweight Grand Prix. The 33-year-old Brazilian is a two-weight champion at Bellator MMA, has a decade's worth of consistency within the company behind him, and has made a case that he is the best fighter in Bellator history. Boss Scott Coker agrees with that assessment. "We are lucky to have him. He's been a great fighter for us, a great ambassador." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Patricio Freire scored a rapid, savage, first-round knockout win Thursday, and is fast becoming the greatest Bellator MMA fighter in history — if he's not there already. Freire entered the behind-closed-doors Bellator 252 event at the Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut as a two-weight champion, and...
    Boxing is not as easy as one might believe. It’s not just about donning your boxing gloves and stepping inside the ring to trade punches. Needless to say, years of practice is vital to master the skill set required to compete at the most elite level, the failure of which can often lead to life-threatening injuries inside the ring. That’s what happened when debutant Rebeka Laws took on Carly Holman at Sports Event Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Carly Holman had just delivered one of the most vicious knockouts in women’s boxing history, with a scintillating 28-second KO win over Rebeka Laws. The bout was quick, and both boxers went all guns blazing from the very first second. In a first for women’s boxing in 2020, Holman dropped Laws with a brutal right hand that sent the latter down within the first ten seconds. VICIOUS KO – the first...
    This Wednesday November 4th 2020 starts the Cup Ghost rider, part of the Marvel Knockour Series from Fortnite, to continue with the surprises of this new season. If you want to earn the skin of the Avenger Ghost, this is how you can get it. The event was announced with this description by Fortnite Y Epic games: “It wasn’t easy for Johnny Blaze to become the Phantom Avenger (Ghost rider if you don’t like translating his name). A family curse, demonic manifestations, and other evil events resulted in the creation of this antihero burning. The players of Fortnite They will face a different, but challenging, path to obtain the outfit of this legend of Marvel: Will compete in the Marvel Knockout Super Series! “ Of course, this is one of the main attractions of Fornite During this season and to get this skin you only have...
    DILLIAN WHYTE believes Derek Chisora ‘let himself down’ against Oleksandr Usyk and should have had David Haye in his corner. Chisora was beaten on points by the former cruiserweight king, and despite winning early rounds, Usyk settled into a rhythm as the fight played out. 3Dillian Whyte said Derek Chisora ‘let himself down’ against Oleksandr UsykCredit: ©Mark Robinson Ltd 3Whyte has two wins over heavyweight rival Chisora Credit: Getty Images - Getty Whyte, 32, criticised Chisora's trainers for failing to order more body shots and said manager David Haye should have been in the corner. He told Sky Sports: “I thought Derek could have done much better. “He let himself down by not having any boxing experience in his corner to tell him and guide him to tell him what to do and not to do. “He just went into the ring with the mindset of...
    Joaquin Buckley's latest win looked like a video game cheat code come to life. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Joaquin Buckley landed one of the most unbelievable knockout strikes in UFC history, according to the UFC itself. Buckley fought on the preliminary card of the UFC Fight Island 5 event in Abu Dhabi, but finished Impa Kasanganay so emphatically that his win stole the show. The UFC was quick to post footage of the knockout on its official Twitter account, generating 12.4 million views at the time of writing. The world-leading mixed martial arts firm has now released multiple angles which show off the finish, and you can watch them all below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are now multiple angles of a video game-style knockout which has been dubbed one of the best finishes in UFC history. Joaquin Buckley's middleweight bout...
    Is Michigans Capitol prepared for armed attack, as extremists in Whitmer kidnapping plot allegedly planned Does Yogurt Go Bad? Because That Tub in the Fridge Has Been in There for Like Two Weeks A heavy-hitting heavyweight destroyed his UFC opponent in 95 seconds but looked moody and annoyed after the win © Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Tom Aspinall bulldozed through Alan Baudot. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Tom Aspinall continued an impressive start to his UFC career, securing his second consecutive first round finish for the company on Saturday. The Brit bulldozed through Alan Baudot in a heavyweight match on the main card of UFC Fight Island 5 at the behind-closed-doors Flash Forum on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. Aspinall avoided most of Baudot's strikes during early exchanges and once he retaliated in kind, he overwhelmed his opponent with apparent ease....
    Chris Daukaus. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Chris Daukaus, a Philadelphia police officer, also happens to be a professional ass-kicker in the UFC. Daukaus joined the world's leading mixed martial arts firm this year after impressing at the US regional promotion Cage Fury Fighting Championships. On Saturday, he extended his unbeaten UFC run to two wins with a first round knockout in which he showed ridiculously-fast fists. Daukaus scored the powerful knockout in just 45 seconds against Brazil's Rodrigo Nascimento. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An American cop called Chris Daukaus remains unbeaten in the UFC after scoring a brutal 45-second knockout on Fight Island. Daukaus normally works for the City of Philadelphia as a uniformed police officer, patrolling the 24th district in North Philly, a job he's had for a decade. But Daukaus is also a professional fighter, and showed just what...
    Joaquin Buckley. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Joaquin Buckley scored a knockout strike so rare and so awesome, it has been watched more than eight million times, and rising, since the UFC posted the clip on Twitter on Saturday. The American fighter called the move "Wakanda style," and considering he posed with his arms crossed like the iconic salute in the "Black Panther" movie, it is hard to disagree. Modestly, Buckley said afterward the extraordinary knock out that all he wants to do is stay under-the-radar. But as his finish broke UFC social media records, he may well find that hard to do as the company's newest overnight sensation. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The 26-year-old American who hit the "most unbelievable" knockout in UFC history says he just wants to stay under-the-radar. Joaquin Buckley scored a second-round finish Saturday against his middleweight...
    WBA light heavyweight champion Joshua Buatsi has defended his title successfully against Marko Calic with a TKO stoppage in the seventh round of their 12round battle. While Calic pushed him to the edge on certain occasions, Joshua Buatsi made sure that he didn’t leave any doubts about his victory inside the ring. Putting on a one-sided dominance, the champion thoroughly outpointed his opponent. Although Marko Calic had his minor moments in the fight, it was clearly not enough to bag the world title, especially when he was squaring off against someone like Buatsi. Just business as ever ✔️@boxingbuatsi returns after 400 days out the ring to stop the game Calic in seven and retain his WBA International Light-Heavyweight Title ???? Education ???? #BuatsiCalic pic.twitter.com/kfvPTZv5DN — Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) October 4, 2020 Thus, Calic’s undefeated run in professional boxing h as come to a halt as he failed to deliver what...
    Texas AG aides accuse him of bribery, abuse of office National Taco Day 2020: Get free tacos, food deals Sunday at Taco Bell, Del Taco, Moes and more Jose Zepeda stops Ivan Baranchyk in brawl for the ages Eight knockdowns in four-plus rounds? A single-combination knockout to punctuate the mayhem? Genuine concern for a semi-conscious loser after the fact? Fans will never, ever forget what they witnessed on Saturday night. © Provided by Boxing Junkie Jose Zepeda knocked out Ivan Baranchyk with a right-left combination in Round 5 inside the MGM Grand “bubble” in Las Vegas, putting him in a strong position to challenge for a 140-pound title. But that was only one element in a fight jam packed with drama before and after the knockout. First, consider the fact that there was at least one knock down in each of the five rounds. Baranchyk, aptly called “The Beast,”...
    HEAVYWEIGHT boxing sensation Filip Hrgovic secured the 'KO of the year' with a brutal demolition of Alexandre Kartozia. The 28-year-old Croatian has been talked up as a potential world title challenger. 3Filip Hrgovic landed this beauty of a shot in the second round 3Alexandre Kartozia was left knocked out cold with his head resting on the ropes KO of the year from El Animal @Filip_Hrgovic ????⚫️ #TeamSauerland ⚫️ pic.twitter.com/jFc5PJw36d— Team Sauerland (@TeamSauerland) September 27, 2020 And he showed his supreme power at a Sauerland show out in Denmark to devastating effect. Hrgovic managed to get his Greek opponent, who was a late stand-in, out of there in the second round. It meant the Zagreb-born heavyweight, nicknamed 'El Animal', moved to 11 undefeated as a professional. He is also the WBC International champ. Hrgovic won a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympics and is ranked int he top ten in both...
    Georgias Fulton County works to avoid another vote debacle Foods you can and cant keep after their expiration date One of the UFCs scariest new athletes finished his opponent in 17 seconds with a merciless one-punch knockout © Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC Khamzat Chimaev. Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC Khamzat Chimaev reinforced his reputation as one of the most intimidating new additions to the UFC roster with a one-punch knockout Saturday. Chimaev had already displayed his expert grappling and takedowns, dominating opponents during two appearances at the "Fight Island" festival in July. In his most recent fight, he needed only 17 seconds to end things, finishing Gerald Meerschaert in the very first round. Watch the highlight right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One of the UFC's scariest new athletes finished his opponent in 17 seconds with a merciless one-punch knockout at a behind-closed-doors event...
    Khamzat Chimaev. Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC Khamzat Chimaev reinforced his reputation as one of the most intimidating new additions to the UFC roster with a one-punch knockout Saturday. Chimaev had already displayed his expert grappling and takedowns, dominating opponents during two appearances at the "Fight Island" festival in July. In his most recent fight, he needed only 17 seconds to end things, finishing Gerald Meerschaert in the very first round. Watch the highlight right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One of the UFC's scariest new athletes finished his opponent in 17 seconds with a merciless one-punch knockout at a behind-closed-doors event in Las Vegas. Khamzat Chimaev introduced himself to the UFC with two emphatic wins in as many weeks during the company's debut residency on "Fight Island," Abu Dhabi, in July. The Chechen fighter, who is campaigning in the welterweight and middleweight divisions simultaneously,...
    23-year old David Adeleye grabbed the third win of his career in as many fights with a win over Phil Williams. Adeleye vs Williams was the opener of the night for Daniel Dubious vs Ricardo Snijders. A 3rd round stoppage win for the dominant young talent @DavidAdeleye_ ???? He moves to 3-0, (3 KO’s) ✅ pic.twitter.com/vB2OdTyCnn — Frank Warren (@frankwarren_tv) August 29, 2020 The Ladbroke Grove heavyweight was already highly regarded before coming into the contest. He had served as a training partner for Tyson Fury during his preparation for the Deontay Wilder fight. Williams was a step up in competition for Adeleye. Although, the pugilist from across the Atlantic had a meager record of only 3 wins and 25 losses. However, he has only been stopped thrice in those 25 defeats. Adeleye’s punches started finding their home early on during the fight. He landed both upstairs and to the...
    Dillian Whyte's loss brought joy to some people. Photos by Getty Images and Matchroom Boxing Alexander Povetkin knocked Dillian Whyte out in the fifth round of a "Fight Camp" bout Saturday. The result delighted a number of prominent people in boxing, with fellow heavyweight Andy Ruiz Jr. laughing at Whyte's loss and promoter Bob Arum bodied the beaten fighter's focus. Later, when Povetkin returned to Russia, he was treated to a hero's welcome at the airport. It is likely a rematch will be booked, with Whyte's promoter Eddie Hearn saying: "We'll look to make that before the end of the year." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prominent people in boxing are gloating after the British heavyweight Dillian Whyte suffered a brutal knockout loss Saturday. Whyte, 32, dropped his "Fight Camp" opponent Alexander Povetkin in the fourth round with a left hook and an uppercut, and with...
    Alexander Povetkin hit Dillian Whyte with a punch of the year. Photo by DAZN USA / Twitter Alexander Povetkin, a 40-year-old Russian boxer, may have secured the knockout of the year. The veteran heavyweight had been dropped twice in the fourth round of his match against Dillian Whyte. But then in the fifth he masterfully hit Whyte with an uppercut so powerful, it knocked the Briton out before his back had even hit the canvas. Watch the beautiful finish below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Veteran heavyweight Alexander Povetkin got up from the canvas to score a knockout of the year against Dillian Whyte in a must-see match. The bout took place in Matchroom Sport group managing director Eddie Hearn's backyard — a finale to his four-event residency at "Fight Camp," which is a behind-closed doors venue designed to keep fighters, staff, and media safe from...
    Derrick Lewis. Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC American Derrick Lewis, nicknamed the "Black Beast," set the record for the most knockouts in UFC heavyweight history. It was the 11th knockout win in the UFC for Lewis who unleashed a brutal finish in the second-round. The fighter, believing he was off-air at the time, said: "I gotta take a s---, now." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Derrick Lewis, an American fighter nicknamed "Black Beast," set the record for the most knockouts in UFC heavyweight history after yet another brutal finish at the "UFC Vegas 6" event Saturday. A possible reason for why Lewis was so desperate to end the fight early is because he needed to go to the men's room, saying in his post-match interview that he was desperate for "a s---." A Louisiana-born Texan, Lewis, 35, swapped shots with Aleksei Oleinik at the behind-closed-doors UFC...
    Whos first in line for vaccine? The debate begins McDonalds CEO seems to hint at an upgraded chicken sandwich Mike Tyson says hes in search and destroy mode ahead of his Roy Jones Jr. fight, and vows to KO the former champion © Provided by INSIDER Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. Photos by Focus on Sport via Getty Images and Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Two of the most iconic boxing champions of the modern era, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr., will take part in a September 12 exhibition in California. The exhibition will be held in conjunction with the California State Athletic Commission, is scheduled to last eight rounds, but will have no judges ringside to provide a score should it go the distance. This means the exhibition will automatically be a draw unless someone gets knocked out — a result which has been ruled out by...
    Matthew Rozsa August 1, 2020 1:38AM (UTC) In a potentially massive breakthrough for a number of scientific disciplines, a team of scientists report they were able to perform the first gene knockout in a cephalopod — that is, rendering a specific gene inoperative.  "If made genetically tractable, squid and other cephalopods offer a wealth of biological novelties that could spur discovery," the authors of the report, which was based on a study led by Marine Biological Laboratory scientists Joshua Rosenthal and Karen Crawford, wrote in their academic article published in the journal Current Biology. "Within invertebrates, not only do they possess by far the largest brains, they also express the most sophisticated behaviors." : As a result, the team led by Rosenthal and Crawford figured out how to perform a gene knockout in the squid species Doryteuthis pealeii using the CRISPR-Cas9 system for targeted gene disruption. The scientists specifically targeted a gene that...
    The undefeated boxer achieves one of the fastest, if not the fastest, wins in professional boxing history Seniesa Estrada (right) mistreated Marlen Esparza in November 2019. Photo: Amanda Westcott / DAZN / Courtesy The nickname of the Mexican-American fighter Seniesa Estrada is “Super Bad”. Friday afternoon, the boxer born in Los Angeles proved to be a very, very bad girl. Estrada, who last November beat the historic champion Marlen EsparzaHe achieved one of the fastest knockouts in professional boxing by striking down his opponent Miranda Adkins in just seven seconds. Some specialized boxing sites immediately claimed, or at least suspected, that this is the fastest knockout in the history of professional boxing and surely the fastest in professional women’s boxing. The video of the dramatic knockout provided by the DAZN company does not lie. A seven-second KO for Seniesa Estrada. pic.twitter.com/hD0DqHVedo – DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA)...
    Jiri Prochazka knocked out Volkan Oezdemir in the second round. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Jiri Prochazka scored an extraordinary second round knockout on his debut UFC fight. "Welcome to the big show," the UFC commentator Jon Anik said. Prochazka brought a good record and a champion's status from competing on the Japanese circuit with Rizin FF. And after finishing a former light heavyweight title challenger in Volkan Oezdemir at UFC 251 on "Fight Island," Prochazka could find himself close to a title shot in the UFC, too. Watch the knockout below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. FIGHT ISLAND — Jiri Prochazka introduced himself to the UFC in style on Saturday by knocking out a former light heavyweight title challenger early in the second round. It all went down at UFC 251 inside the purpose-built, behind-closed doors Flash Forum on "Fight Island," which is a quarantined...
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