American knockout artist Khaos Williams added yet another highlight to his reel of brutal beatdowns… Khaos Williams is developing a wonderful habit of finishing UFC opponents in a manner so extraordinary that it makes him one of the most TV-friendly fighters in the business.
The American entered the Octagon for Saturday’s showdown with a reputation as a merciless knockout artist because of a run of fights that included a 27-second finish, and a 30-second knockout the UFC boss Dana White called “one of the most vicious” he’d ever seen.
A decision loss to Michel Pereira threatened to derail Williams somewhat but the hype train got back up and running as the 27-year-old returned to winning ways with a points win over Mattew Semelsberger in June.
Against Miguel Baeza, though, in a welterweight match that took place inside the Apex facility in Las Vegas, Wililams got back to what he does best — knocking people out for fun.
Baeza attempted to put a dent in Williams by throwing horrible calf kicks at him, but, happy to trade, Williams countered him with a nasty hook shot that sparked the beginning of the end.
The connection was so good, Baeza crumpled to the canvas and Williams had little time to attack him further as the referee intervened to wave the entire contest off.
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“I was made for this,” Williams said after his win. “I was counted out before I even got here. They know I’m a threat now.”
Victory advanced his pro MMA record to 13 wins (seven knockouts, one submission, and five decisions) against two losses.
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