Found July 10, 2012 on Taking Bad Schotz:
On Saturday, Andreson Silva continued to prove his case that he is the greatest UFC fighter of all time. Silva defended his belt yet again, defeating Chael Sonnen by TKO in the second round. This was one of the most hyped fights in UFC history, as both fighters were talking a lot of trash prior to the event. Almost every fight on Saturday night’s card was incredible to watch, and the UFC continues to gain in popularity (look out boxing). Watching the event inspired me to look up some UFC highlights on YouTube, which brought me to this week’s Video of the Week. This is actually the coolest/craziest/most insane knockout in UFC history. It almost looks like the guy who got knocked out couldn’t believe his opponent (Edson Barboza) was actually performing a spin kick. Nonetheless, this is a knockout to remember… or forget if you were the guy who got knocked out… enjoy. (If you want to fast forward to the kick it;s #1, but you might as well watch the other crazy KO’s…)

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