Video: Uriah Hall Scores Massive Comeback Knockout

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With three straight losses to top-ranked middleweights, flashy-but-inconsistent knockout artist Uriah Hall had his back against the wall heading into his bout versus Krzysztof Jotko tonight’s (Sat., September 16, 2017) UFC Fight Night 116 from the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Penn.

He nearly had a fourth straight defeat, however, as Jotko used an absolutely brutal assault of uppercuts in the first frame to wobble Hall and put him in deep water. But he took the perhaps ill-advised route of grounding the rocked “Primetime,” pounding the Jamaican TUF veteran yet gassing himself out in the process when a game Hall somehow survived the one-sided frame.

That became clear in the second when a noticeably tired Jotko allowed his guard down for long enough for the noted power striker to land the shot he had been waiting for to score a pivotal come-from-behind win in a must-win fight.

Check out the video of Hall’s emphatic comeback knockout right here:

  • Iz Gud Iz Normal

    That didn’t even look like it really connected. The pulled his head and body back at the last second and Uriah was so stiff that, there’s NO WAY thatpunch could have had much power behind it. Flop maybe?

    • Azirao

      You can easily find the slow motion replay and see the dude got clipped lol.. He was trying to dodge which was him pulling back but he wasn’t quick enough and got caught. Nobody is gonna flop a fight they’re winning especially when their opponent will make sure they don’t get back up after lol