A quartet of the UFC’s most explosive fighters provided remarkable surfaces to make elections for the UFC’s “Knockout of the Year” award. Check out all four nominees, and have a look at their surfaces here.
It was a year like no other for sport, and the UFC led the method through the COVID-19 pandemic as they continued to host safely-run occasions in the United States and Abu Dhabi.
While the UFC and their industrious personnel stepped up to keep the reveal alive through 2020, the fighters themselves appeared similarly as motivated, as they provided a host of sensational efficiencies inside the octagon to wow the fans throughout the year.
Four fighters, in specific, stood apart as they provided a quartet of spectacular surfaces that have actually been formally chosen for the UFC’s “Knockout of the Year” award.
First up was previous UFC bantamweight champ Cody Garbrandt, who showcased his lightning-fast hands to provide a buzzer-beating knockout of longtime Brazilian competitor Raphael Assuncao at UFC 250.
Then there was the viral knockout that trended worldwide, as Joaquin Buckley released what UFC analyst John Gooden referred to as “real-life ninja stuff” to beat Contender Series graduate Impa Kasanganay at UFC Fight Island 5 with a jaw-dropping spinning back-kick KO.
Also chosen was heavy-handed welterweight Khaos Williams, who starched fellow heavy player Abdul Razak Alhassan at UFC Vegas 14 with a quickfire KO at UFC Vegas 14, and completing the list of nominees was one of the fighters of 2020, as Kevin Holland provided a rarely-seen knockout from his back as he completed previous Strikeforce champ Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza at UFC 256 previously this month.
Check out the four wonderful surfaces and select your winner!