Video: Fighter Scores Fastest Knockout In Boxing World Title History

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11 seconds.

That’s all it took for 29-year-old WBO Champion Zolani Tete to successfully defend his 118-pound title against Siboniso Gonya on the undercard of an event headlined by a bout between Carl Frampton and Horacio Garcia. With the one-punch knockout, Tete now holds the record for the fastest knockout in the history of major championship fights (WBC, WBA, IBF or WBO).

Check out the stoppage below:

Tete, who holds a professional record of 26-3, with 21 of those victories coming by way of knockout, is clearly a heavy-hitter. He previously held the IBF super-flyweight title before moving up in weight to compete at bantamweight.

  • Bill Wolf

    Flawless work.

  • Draven

    Easy money.

  • Shock Wave

    McGregor is gonna call this kid out…
    Or vice versa…
    Watch.

  • FeministFriendly

    Congrats.

    I cant say that I’ve heard of either of these guys.
    Is 118 and one half pounds a pretty stacked division?
    Or is it the MMA’s 125 of boxing.
    😉