Dana White was left in real awe on Saturday after witnessing Khaos Williams ship a shocking knockout of Abdul Razak Hassan.
Though 2020 has been a chaotic 12 months, the UFC have continued to ship world class fights and jaw-dropping moments.
Whether or not it was the epic light-weight combat between Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje, Joaquin Buckley’s violent spinning wheel kick KO of Impa Kasanganay on Battle Island or Khabib’s retirement, the MMA organisation has delivered.
Nevertheless, regardless of 2020 lastly drawing to a detailed, the motion has not faltered one bit and Williams offered yet one more spotlight reel end to the delight of the boss.
The Detroit-native completed Hassan inside 30 seconds on the UFC Apex in Las Vegas with a wonderfully timed right-hand which folded the Ghanaian in half and compelled the referee to step in and cease the combat.
So impressed was UFC president White, he known as the end ‘some of the vicious knockouts I’ve ever seen in my f****** life.’
Talking after his emphatic victory, ‘The Oxfighter’ (named so after his freakish energy from a younger age) despatched a warning to the complete welterweight division.
“This feels superb,” Williams stated. “That is extra vital than that first one for me.
“I got here in with a splash, let the division know, let the world know I used to be right here and this one simply let everyone comprehend it wasn’t no fluke. That is extra vital than my debut.
“That’s why I took the time to simply dedicate all my time to it. I put plenty of stuff on maintain, muted my life, my social life, simply put everyone on the backburner and was simply targeted. Right here we’re.
“This was the 12 months that actually modified my life. I’ve been grinding for a minute, all of the exhausting work and dedication, all of the years; it amounted as much as this second.
“Lots of people slept on me and right here I’m.
“I didn’t comprehend it was going to go this quick – I’m not a thoughts reader in fact, however I knew it was both going to be him or it was going to be me, and it wasn’t going to be me.”