If you blinked you would have missed it.
Any time Khaos Williams steps into the Octagon you simply cannot afford to look away and it was a similar story on Sunday.
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In the co-main event fight against Abdul Razak Alhassan, Williams wasted no time in securing the victory.
As the two fighters met in the middle of the cage, a hellacious right hand straight down the barrel detonated on the chin of Alhassan and instantly turned his lights off.
A stiff Alhassan instantly fell backwards onto the canvas with Williams landing one more punch as the referee cried out “stop, stop” before the bout officially came to an end after only 30 seconds.
“Are you kidding me? Look at that, he is as stiff as a board. Out cold, like a light,” Michael Bisping said in commentary.
The murderous finish makes it two straight knockout victories for Williams, with the two bouts combining for a total fight time of only 57 seconds. He knocked out Alex Morono at UFC 247 in 27 seconds.
After the fight Williams said he hoped Alhassan was ok, before saying he’s going to keep delivering showstopping performances.
“It’s just hard work and dedication,” Williams said.
“I hope my opponent is OK as well. People gonna keep sleeping on me and the doctor gonna wake them up.”
Bisping’s reaction perfectly summed up exactly how everyone watching on was feeling with social media lighting up after the knockout.
ESPN’s Ariel Helwani wrote: “Khaos Williams means business. That was a scary KO, man.”
BT Sports’ Adam Catterall wrote: “HOLY SH*T”.
MMA Fighting write Jose Youngs wrote: “Khaos Williams just killed Abdul Razak Alhassan”.
MMA Junkie’s Dave Doyle wrote: “If Khaos Williams ever mean-mugs me I’m getting the F out of the way”.
UFC VEGAS 14 CARD + RESULTS
Paul Felder vs. Rafael dos Anjos
Khaos Williams def. Abdul Razak Alhassan by KO (punches) at 0:30 of round 1
Ashley Yoder def. Miranda Granger by unanimous decision (30-26, 29-27, 29-27)
Sean Strickland def. Brendan Allen by TKO (punches) at 1:32 of round 2
Cory McKenna def. Kay Hansen by unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Kanako Murata def. Randa Markos by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Tony Gravely def. Geraldo de Freitas by split decision (30-27, 28-29, 29-28)
Alex Morono def. Rhys McKee by unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Don’Tale Mayes def. Roque Martinez by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)