UFC results displayed: Francis Ngannou stops Jair Rozenstruik with a 20-second violent knockout

UFC results displayed: Francis Ngannou stops Jair Rozenstruik with a 20-second violent knockout
UFC results displayed: Francis Ngannou stops Jair Rozenstruik with a 20-second violent knockout

The fight between Francis Ngannu and Jairzinho Rozenstruic on Saturday night was guaranteed to end in the knockout as the two toughest boxers faced in the UFC. But when he drove Ngannou out of the fight to win the heavyweight clash over the VFC at UFC 249 Heavyweight Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, Florida, he made a terrible attack of punches.

Rozenstruik (10–1) threw some early kicks, but Ngannou (15–3) missed a switch and made a flurry of massive shots that ended the fight 20 seconds after the match began. Nganu missed right and left before another massive left hook on Roganstrueck's jaw. Rozenstruik crashed into the cage and knocked the fence down as Ngannou continued to strike even after being dealt a blow until the referee forced him to stop the attack.

Nagannou said after his victory, "I mean, when I heard him, I knew he didn't know what he was doing." "He has a lot of potential, I think he needs to take a step back. He was not ready to fight anyone like me."

Ngannou expressed his disappointment over not fighting for the heavyweight championship as a third battle is pending between division champion Stipe Miocic and former champion Daniel Cormier. Ngannou said he does not know where he fits in the division, but UFC President Dana White reported earlier this week that the winner of this fight would be in line to fight the winner of the Miocic-Cormier fight each time. That trilogy is fight

Ngannout later said, "I don't know what happens for the UFC title shot. To be honest, I've made my peace. It's not that I don't care, but I don't want to feel like someone Controlling me. " Of fight. "With or without a title shot, I'm still a fighter and I still have what I have and I can make a statement. I enjoyed myself there, it wasn't something I pursued. Was doing it. When I chase a knockout, it's not. " It doesn't work, so I'm not chasing it anymore. When they called me, they said, 'This man does not know what he is doing.' He just came here and had a few knockouts, but I didn't see anything impressive, but I don't care if people call me. "

Nganau has now won four consecutive matches in the first round by knockout.

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