Bloodiest fight Dana White Doesn't want you to see. Jonathan Goulet vs Jay Hieron
On Jan. 16, 2006, Duane Ludwig knocked out Jonathan Goulet very quickly. Just how quickly, though, is a matter of debate.
In 2006 timekeepers dropped the ball and stopped the clock six-seconds slow when Duane Ludwig knocked out Jonathan Goulet. In what should have been recorded as a four-second knockout, Nevada officials officially recorded the bout ending at the ten-second mark. Currently the official fastest knockout in UFC history is tied down at just seven-seconds, however [...]
On January 16, 2006, Duane "Bang" Ludwig defeated Jonathan Goulet via Knockout. According to official records, the KO happened at 0:11 seconds in the first round. However, everyone watching the fight, except for the ref disagreed and the KO actually happened at 0:04 seconds in the first round. He has been begging for the UFC to change this for the last 5 years and...
It doesn’t matter what the record books show, Chan Sung Jung’s epic rolling of Mark Hominick at UFC 140 is not the UFC’s fastest knockout. Duane? Ludwig blasts Jonathan Goulet with one punch making it the fastest UFC knockout in history. See for yourself. What do you think?