Duane “Bang” Ludwig now holds the fastest knockout in UFC history at 4 seconds for his 2006 KO of Jonathan Goulet, even though the Nevada State Athletic Commission is not expected to change its official result from 11 seconds.
“@DUANEBANGCOM @ufc and for x mas you have the fastest KO in UFC history and it will be changed ASAP,” UFC President Dana White announced on Twitter.
Ludwig knocked out Goulet with his first punch of the fight at UFC Fight Night 3 and the bout was immediately stopped with 4 or 5 seconds off the clock, but the official timekeeper recorded the time as 11 seconds and previous appeals failed to change the result.
The previous record of 7 seconds was scored by Todd Duffee on Tim Hague at UFC 109 and repeated by Chan Sung Jung over Mark Hominick earlier this month at UFC 140.
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