Best Knockouts in UFC History

Julia | 01 - 15 - 2024
Greatest knockouts in UFC

The Ultimate Fighting Championship is an organization that conducts a series of fights that take place around the globe. This mixed martial arts type of fighting gained global popularity with millions of fans spectating the events. From live arena matches to PlayStation games, UFC became one of the most watched and played games in the world in just three decades. Let’s take a look at the best knockouts in UFC history.

Some Best Knockouts in UFC History

Top 7 Knockouts in UFC history

Conor McGregor vs. Donald Cerrone (2020)

A UFC fan can never forget this game as it took just 40 seconds for McGregor to take down his opponent in UFC 246, which took place in T-Arena in Paradise, Nevada. 

Conor McGregor vs. Jose Aldo (2015)

If you think winning a match by knockout in 40 seconds is impossible, then this will blow your mind. The fight between McGregor and Aldo in UFC 194 lasted only 13 seconds, making it one of the fastest wins in the history of UFC.

Who Is the First Fighter to Have a Knockout Win at Featherweight, Lightweight, and Welterweight Categories?
  • A. Kamaru Usman
  • B. Stipe Miocic
  • C. Conor McGregor
  • D. Amanda Nunes

Matt Serra vs. Georges St.Pierre (2007)

UFC 69 was unforgettable for fans as they watched ‘The Terror’ knock out his opponent in the most terrific way. The match itself had to be called off to stop Serra from hitting St-Pierre. 

Anderson Silva vs. Vitor Belfort (2011)

UFC 126 witnessed one of the best knockout kicks in history, courtesy to ‘The Spider.’ Silva’s timed kick was a perfect KO and Belfort never stood a chance against it.

Phil Baroni vs. Dave Menne (2002)

UFC’s ‘New York Bad Ass’ needed just 18 seconds to put Menne to the ground in UFC 39. Baroni landed five more shots on his opponent’s head even after declared the winner.

Holly Holm vs. Ronda Rousey (2015)

UFC 193’s most-anticipated fight was also the most surprising. Holm led a strategic match against Rousey, gaining the upper hand before landing her knockout punch.

Chuck Liddell vs. Randy Couture (2005)

Turnabout is fair play. Looks like Liddell took the saying quite seriously, after being knocked out by Couture. And UFC 52 served the right timing and Liddell did not seem to waste it. This fight is still claimed to be one of the best UFC fights in history. 

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