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5 UFC Fighters Who Have A Better K.O. Record Than Conor McGregor

9 months ago By Jhon Woug

5 UFC Fighters Who Have a Better K.O. Record Than Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor is known for his striking power and ability to finish fights in spectacular fashion. However, there are several UFC fighters with even more impressive knockout records than the “Notorious” one. Let’s take a closer look at five UFC stars who have proven to be knockout artists.

  1. Khamzat Chimaev– Khamzat Chimaev has taken the UFC by storm with his incredible knockout power. With a perfect 12-0 record, Chimaev has left a trail of devastation in the welterweight division. What sets him apart is his ability to finish fights in breathtaking fashion. His record boasts an impressive six KO/TKO wins, showcasing his striking prowess. If Chimaev continues his ascent in the rankings, he could soon be known as one of the UFC’s deadliest knockout artists.

“Chimaev’s striking is a force to be reckoned with, and he’s proven it with every devastating knockout.”

  1. Sean O’Malley -Sean O’Malley, known for his flashy style and unique look, is a bantamweight contender with a penchant for delivering memorable knockouts. At just 27 years old, O’Malley has amassed a record of 16-1, with many of his victories coming by way of KO or TKO. His exciting fighting style, highlighted by heavy-handed counterpunching, has earned him a dedicated following. O’Malley’s ability to finish fights in spectacular fashion makes him a knockout artist to watch.

“O’Malley’s striking is electric, and he has a highlight reel filled with devastating knockouts.”

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  1. Jiri Prochazka – Jiri Prochazka, the current UFC light heavyweight champion, has made a significant impact with his knockout abilities. In a short span of time, he secured the title by defeating Glover Teixeira. What makes Prochazka stand out is his relentless aggression and striking skills. He’s already gained a reputation for being one of the most exciting fighters to watch in the UFC. With an unpredictable fighting style and a knack for finishing fights, Prochazka is a true knockout artist.

“Prochazka’s striking is a whirlwind of chaos, and opponents struggle to keep up with his relentless pace.”

  1. Paddy Pimblett– Paddy Pimblett burst onto the UFC scene with a promise to be the promotion’s “new cash cow. While he’s only had two fights in the UFC so far, Pimblett has shown a flair for knockout finishes. What sets him apart are his charisma and microphone skills, which have drawn comparisons to Conor McGregor. If Pimblett can continue his winning streak and climb the ladder, he has the potential to become a knockout artist and a superstar in the UFC.

“Pimblett’s charisma is undeniable, and he’s already making waves as a knockout artist to watch.”

  1. Khaos Williams – Khaos Williams is a welterweight fighter with a penchant for delivering jaw-dropping knockouts. With a record of 12-2, Williams has secured victory in the UFC with his exceptional striking power. His highlight-reel KO of Abdul Razak Alhassan sent shockwaves through the MMA world. Williams’s ability to end fights with a single punch makes him a true knockout artist in the welterweight division.

“Williams has the power to turn the lights out with one punch, and his knockout record speaks for itself.”

While Conor McGregor is undoubtedly a knockout artist in his own right, these UFC fighters have showcased their exceptional striking skills and knockout abilities in the octagon. As they continue to rise through the ranks, they have the potential to leave a lasting legacy as some of the UFC’s most formidable knockout artists.

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