An American called Khaos Williams scored a 30-second KO and UFC boss Dana White said it's 'one of the most vicious' he's seen
- Khaos Williams scored a 30-second win Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
- The American fighter, who only made his UFC debut earlier this year, slept his opponent Abdul Razak Alhassan with one punch.
- The UFC President Dana White told Williams that the knockout was "one of the most vicious KO's" he'd ever seen in his life.
- Watch the knockout right here.
An American called Khaos Williams scored a 30-second knockout and the UFC President Dana White said it's "one of the most vicious" he's ever seen.
The catchweight bout, competed at 172.5-pounds, was contested between Williams and Abdul Razak Alhassan in the co-main event for the UFC Fight Night: Felder vs. dos Anjos show, broadcast Saturday from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
The 26-year-old from Michigan has developed a reputation this year as a ferocious, merciless puncher having scored a 27-second knockout win on his UFC debut at UFC 247 — the last UFC event which had a crowd before the coronavirus pandemic forced the sports world to change how it held live events.
Williams has not fought since that February victory but this weekend he fought again like he wasn't getting paid for overtime, ending his bout with Alhassan early in the first round.
Without diverting his eyes from the target — Alhassan's face — Williams took a half-step back, planted his back-foot and then pivoted as much power as he could generate into a thudding right hand through the middle.
It landed with precision on Alhassan's chin, sending him to the canvas so quickly that Williams' instinctive follow-up shot — a left hook — fizzed over his opponent's head.
Williams then pounced on Alhassan, ready to attack with him ground-and-pound but the referee was able to shove him off the beaten man's body before any further damage was done.
It was all over.
Williams had once again caused another wonderful wreckage — a one-punch knockout that won the praise of the UFC boss White.
"One of the most vicious KO's I've seen in my f------ life," he said when Williams was walking out of the arena.
Watch the finish right here:
—UFC (@ufc) November 15, 2020
—UFC (@ufc) November 15, 2020
"This is more important than my [UFC] debut," Williams said after his win. "That's why I took the time to just dedicate all my time to it.
"I put a lot of stuff on hold, muted my life, my social life, just put everybody on the backburner and was just focused. Here we are.
"This was the year that really changed my life. I've been grinding for a minute, all the hard work and dedication, all the years, it amounted up to this moment. A lot of people slept on me and here I am."
Williams added: "This dude had 10 wins, 10 knockouts in the first round. I hope he is alright. This is a sport, so I never want anybody to really get seriously hurt, but while I'm in there, it's really kill or be killed. But outside of it, it's all love.
"I hope he's alright, but, like I said, he's a knockout artist himself and I just knocked out a knockout artist. I let my hands speak for themselves."
With victory, Williams advanced his pro MMA record to 11 wins (six knockouts, one submission, and four decisions) against one loss.
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