Joaquin Buckley’s swing
At the UFC Fight Island 5 event in October (or UFC Fight Night 179), a game at the Preliminary Card will probably be less noticeable if there hasn’t been such a big hit KO.
Arrested after the first kick, Joaquin Buckley suddenly popped up when his left leg was still in the arm of rival Impa Kasanganay, sent a kick behind, causing the opponent to “freeze” for a few seconds and then collapsed floor.
Khaos Williams’ heavy right hand
There would be nothing to say about this punch if it weren’t that special. Only in the first 30 seconds of the first half, Khaos Williams launched a punch that made his opponent have to lie on the floor like a log, completely unconscious, causing uproar event UFC Vegas 14.
His opponent that day, Abdul Razak Alhassan, was dubbed a “Knock-out artist” with 10 wins, all 10 Abdul games let his opponent hit the floor. Khaos Williams left with a calm expression after defeating Abdul. Dana White immediately complimented, stating that this was one of the best KOs he had ever seen.
Kevin Holland’s creative punch in the sitting posture
Although famous for the power of his punches, no one would think that Kevin Holland could still force the opponent to knock him out from the sitting position.
Normally, the energy of the punch will be transmitted from the legs to the hips and then to the hands, then the force of the punch will be the strongest. But at UFC 256, Holland proved that his right arm is a dangerous weapon in all poses.
Just got up from the floor, Holland launched a punch that made Ronaldo Souza lose consciousness, and then a series of terrible pounding attacks, causing the referee to immediately intervene to stop the game to ensure safety for boxers.
It was this special punch combined with his other KOs that gave Holland the basis for winning the award in the “Fighter Of The Year” category. These four nominations are currently a hot topic on Twitter, currently, readers can access UFC’s posts to vote and give their own opinion.