The primary knockout of UFC 263 got here courtesy of UFC debutant Terrance McKinney.
‘T-Wrecks’ took on Matt Frevola on the early prelims and the 26 yr previous McKinney landed a knockout with a incredible straight left in simply seven seconds left.
McKinney was understandably delighted with the end result however in his pleasure, he scaled the octagon and jumped again, injuring himself within the course of.
Take a look at the video of the knockout and subsequent celebrations beneath:
McKinney fell simply in need of breaking Jorge Masvidal’s document of quickest knockout in UFC historical past, which is in fact simply 5 seconds.
The American appeared to twist an ankle on his touchdown and he wanted serving to out of the octagon.
The light-weight is now 11-Three with 4 wins in a row, however he has fairly an unimaginable story earlier than even reaching a UFC octagon.
He made his MMA debut again in 2017, however again in 2014 he died twice after being tasered by police following a nasty mixture of alcohol and medicines – shrooms, to be exact.
“I ended up seeing demons, I used to be very incoherent, I used to be just about out of my thoughts,” McKinney stated. “After they tried to have interaction me I began going loopy in order that they needed to tase me, like a number of tases, I ate it prefer it was nothing.
“They lastly received me down and was in a position to restrain me and get me to the hospital and that’s the place I ended up dying twice. I didn’t even know I died, that was the scariest half. It actually simply made me calm down and assume, ‘Is that this what I need, or do I need one thing higher?’”
Now McKinney has simply exploded onto the scene in UFC and that’s his fourth first spherical knockout in a row. Many take into account 155lbs one of the crucial thrilling and stacked divisions in UFC anyway and McKinney is one other explosive choice.
McKinney’s medical standing is unknown at current, however commentary speculated that he had a twisted ankle. He was in a position to stand and have his hand raised after the combat, at the very least.