Former UFC heavyweight Todd Duffee needed just 34 seconds to put away Neil “Goliath” Grove in the main event of Super Fight League 2.
Duffee landed a crushing right hook which dropped Grove as he was backpedaling. Duffee would follow Grove to the ground to unleash a series of hammerfists and blistering rights until referee Herb Dean stepped in to call off the punishment.
Duffee (7-2) picks up his first win since 2009 when he knocked out Tim Hague at UFC 102. He has won all seven of his fights by knockout.
Over the weekend
"Super Fight League" held its second event in what looks to be a very
busy inaugural year the India based promotion. In the main event of the
evening Neil "The Goliath" Grove, who many folks recognize from his
recent stint under the Bellator banner, had a rough go against AKA's
Todd Duffee. The video above will explain everything.
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