The fastest boxing knockout took just 4 seconds UPI reported that, during a Golden Gloves tournament in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1947, a boxer named Mike Collins knocked out his opponent, Pat Brownson, with the very first punch of the fight.May 9, 2020
According to Guinness World Records, the fastest knockout in boxing history was in a Golden Gloves tournament at Minneapolis on Nov. 4, 1947, when Mike Collins knocked out Pat Brownson in four seconds.Jul 25, 2020
Lightweight fighter Terrance McKinney knocked out opponent Matt Frevola in seven seconds at UFC 263, the fastest knockout in division history in the UFC.Jun 15, 2021
There have been 69 title fights in UFC history. Of these 69 fights, 52 percent have ended by knockout. Overall, there have been 18 title fights in the heavyweight division, 16 in each the light heavyweight and welterweight divisions, 12 in the middleweight division, and only 7 in the lightweight division.Jan 11, 2009
Conor McGregor KOs Jose Aldo, UFC 194 After deflecting a kick from McGregor, Aldo lunged in and tried to get position—but “The Notorious” connected with a lightning-fast left-hand cross, putting Aldo down for the count. Total fight time: 13 seconds, the fastest win ever in a UFC title fight.