In perhaps the most anticipated mixed martial arts (MMA) bout in history, reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight title holder Jose Aldo (25-2) looked to make his eighth successful title defense. Standing in his way was interim 145-pound champion Conor McGregor (19-2).

The fight was over before anyone could blink.

McGregor landed a side kick to the leg. Aldo charged in and was knocked out cold with a left hand. In stunning fashion, “Notorious” won the undisputed featherweight championship in record time.

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Final Result: Conor McGregor def. Jose Aldo via KO (Punch) – R1, 0:13

I'm Fernando and I've been writing news stories since 2009. I am a former writer for and a current contributor for I have interviewed a few mixed martial arts fighters like Brendan Schaub, Tim Kennedy, and Jeff Monson. Excited to be a part of Lowkick MMA.