5 most brutal knockouts from UFC 220-Bellator 192 weekend

UFC 220-Bellator 192 weekend was pretty crazy.

It was a fight fan’s dream weekend as UFC 220 and Bellator 192 both put on killer fight cards. At the end of the day, both had plenty of technical matches in their main cards and some insane finishes in the preliminary bouts.

Here’s a look at five of the most brutal knockouts from UFC 220-Bellator 192 weekend:

Joey Davis’ spinning back liver kick

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You heard that right: spinning, back, liver, kick. Davis landed this in the first round of his fight with Ian Butler, improving his record to 3-0. Not bad for a former amateur wrestler.

Rob Font’s head kick + uppercuts

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Font took on Thomas Almeida at UFC 220. He already knocked Almeida down with a vicious straight punch to the chin in the second round, but the finish came moments later with a head kick followed by unanswered punches.

Pico’s quick body shot finish

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Aaron Pico is certainly an exciting finisher. At Bellator 192, he landed a nasty body shot on Shane Kruchten, folding him to the canvas and brining an end to the fight just 37 seconds into the first round.

Katter TKOs Burgos in barn burner

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Calvin Katter and Shane Burgos went at it at UFC 220 for three rounds, but Katter came out on top. His power right hand shots were on point in the third round as he dropped Burgos with consecutive uppercuts and finished off with relentless ground and pound. Each man took home an extra $50,000 for their Fight of the Night performance.

Alhassan’s uppercut from hell


Abdul Razak Alhassan’s KO win at UFC 220 stole the show. He landed a brutal uppercut to the jaw of Sabah Homasi, dropping him to the canvas unconscious. The finish was enough to give Alhassan a $50,000 Performance Bonus. At 9-1, all of the judo black belter’s wins have come via KO/ TKO.

Honorable Mention: Islam Makhachev KOs Gleison Tibau in 57 seconds

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Gab Pangalangan

Gab Pangalangan is a former collegiate national Judo champ and the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of DojoDrifter.com. You can find his other works in the Philippines' leading magazines and websites.
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