Khaos Williams has fought twice in the UFC and he still hasn’t spent a total of a minute inside the Octagon.
After a stunning 27-second start in February, Williams followed up with a brutal one-punch knockout to finish Abdul Razak Alhassan in just 30 seconds at the UFC Vegas 14 main co-event on Saturday.
“It’s just hard work and dedication,” Williams said of his breathtaking performance. “I hope my opponent is doing well too. People will continue to sleep on me and the doctor will wake them up.
Although he faced an opponent known for his vicious finishing power in the first round, Williams showed no fear of coming after Alhassan as soon as the fight started while landing a few stiff kicks in the legs.
Williams didn’t get a chance to flaunt much more because he then unleashed a right hand in a trade that blew Alhassan up in the chin and sent him crashing back to the canvas.
Alhassan was out before touching the ground.
The ref rushed to immediately shut down the contest as Williams admired his work while moving to 2-0 in his UFC career.
The welterweight division is among the best in the UFC, but the promotion looks to have serious prospects at Williams after sending out its first two opponents in just 57 seconds. It’ll be interesting to see where it goes from here, but Williams quickly transforms into a must-see TV every time he performs.