We don’t know much about when or where this video was originally filmed, nor who it depicts, but we do know that this guy’s reaction to getting knocked clean out is absolutely hysterical. If fighting doesn’t work out for him, he probably can fall back on a career in hurdling.
We told you Holly Holm was no match for Ronda Rousey, and the challenger made us look like idiots tonight in Melbourne as Holm knocked out Rousey a minute into the second round with a head kick —ripping the title from who we previously considered the world’s most dominant athlete.
Peter Quillin improved his career record to 32-0-1 after a knockout of Michael Zerafa so brutal his opponent had to be stretchered out of the ring.
Robbie Lawler will keep his UFC welterweight title after a brutal bout against Rory MacDonald that made it to the fifth round before the challenger finally conceded due to extreme face rearrangement—punctuated by the above-seen punch.
Here are some of our favorite photos from UFC 189:
Despite holding Kimbo Slice in a rear naked choke for 45 seconds, Ken Shamrock lost his catch-weight Bellator bout tonight after Slice escaped and leveled the former UFC and WWF champion with a crushing right hand.
44-year-old Dan Henderson quickly dispatched Tim Boetsch tonight in New Orleans:
Taishan Dong remained undefeated with a first-round knockout of Lance Gauch tonight in California. We’ve highlighted the enormous Dong before, but if you haven’t seen what kind of damage the seven-foot-tall Chinese boxer can unleash, here you go. Dong’s professional record is now 5-0.
Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez dropped James Kirkland in the third round tonight in a fight that was never, ever fair. The HBO bout delivered, if you’re a boxing fan who likes to see guys get hit in the face really hard (and might have been disappointed by last week’s dance-a-thon.)
OK, so first things first: the above man folded-up and leaned against the ropes like a lawn chair at a t-ball game is not dead. The accompanying video is not a snuff film. Let’s proceed.
Humberto Savigne's 420 career fights might have taught him a lesson about staying down after catching a knockout punch. That, or, his 420 career fights (most of which took place over Savigne's amateur years in Cuba) left him unable to know better. Either way... this is ugly. (Savigne's opponent Craig Baker improved…
Fighting is strictly prohibited in NCAA hockey, with penalties for engaging in fisticuffs that can reach multi-game suspensions. Still, it happens on occasion—as we saw tonight in Grand Forks when North Dakota's Stephane Pattyn dropped Minnesota-Duluth's Derik Johnson with a single punch.
Hugo Centeno Jr. knocked out James De La Rosa tonight in Brooklyn with one phenomenal fifth-round punch.
Adrien Broner defeated Emmanuel Taylor tonight by unanimous decision, and this punch is a good example why the judges saw fit to award "The Problem" the victory.
While tonight's Showtime main event is obviously Adrien Broner vs. Emmanuel Taylor, Lucas Matthysse ensured paying spectators got a bit of meat for their money's worth when he dispatched Roberto Ortiz in the second round with a body blow targeted precisely at his opponent's liver.
Gennady Golovkin easily dispatched his foe Daniel Geale Saturday night, bumping his record to 30-0 (27 by knockout) and retaining his WBA and IBO middleweight belts. No moment in the match better explains why the Kazakh fighter is boxing's scariest man alive than the knockout punch itself: delivered…
Tonight's Gennady Golovkin-Daniel Geale bout on HBO was nasty, brutish, and short. It wasn't as short as it should have been, though, because a (drunk?) timekeeper allowed the opening round to go for four minutes.
Raymond Daniels knocked out Francois Ambang at 1:47 in the first round of a fight on a Glory card tonight, about 1o seconds after Ambang was knocked down from a flurry of punches and could barely pick himself up and stand upright.