List: Fastest Wins in UFC History

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The UFC has provided fans worldwide with countless reasons to avoid blinking during fights, for fear of missing something spectacular. With swift finishes and explosive fighters, there’s always the chance that a match won’t last long. This list highlights those rare bouts that were over almost before they began.

Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren – 5 Seconds

In the highly anticipated match between Jorge Masvidal and Ben Askren, many expected an entertaining bout where Masvidal, known for his boxing skills, would face a wrestler. However, Askren proved to be too predictable. As soon as the first round started, Masvidal flew in with a knee, anticipating Askren’s immediate takedown attempt. This legendary knockout landed perfectly, etching Masvidal’s name in the history books instantly.

Duane Ludwig vs. Jonathan Goulet – 6 Seconds

This long-standing record was held by Duane “Bang” Ludwig. In January 2006, Ludwig and Jonathan Goulet stepped into the octagon. The match began, and they met in the center of the cage. Ludwig closed the distance quickly and landed a right hand that sent Goulet crashing to the canvas. Although Goulet recovered remarkably fast, the referee had seen enough, ending the match at just six seconds.

Todd Duffee vs. Tim Hague – 7 Seconds

This heavyweight clash took place at UFC 102 and didn’t take long to conclude. With two large fighters in the octagon, it often doesn’t take much to cause significant damage, and this match was no exception. Todd Duffee’s first strike, a well-placed jab, landed perfectly, knocking Tim Hague to the ground. A flurry of punches followed, prompting the referee to stop the match and award Duffee a historic victory.


Chan Sung Jung vs. Mark Hominick – 7 Seconds

“The Korean Zombie” Chan Sung Jung has been part of many entertaining fights during his UFC career, but this one tops the list. In this featherweight bout at UFC 140, Mark Hominick came out of his corner fired up, a decision that quickly backfired. Jung landed a right hand that sent Hominick to the ground, where the match was swiftly ended after a few more punches.

Ryan Jimmo vs. Anthony Perosh – 7 Seconds

At UFC 149, fans witnessed a light heavyweight match that didn’t last long. It took only seven seconds for Ryan Jimmo to finish the match after a heavy right hand landed with enough force to leave Anthony Perosh unconscious in one corner of the octagon. This was Jimmo’s UFC debut and undoubtedly one of the most impressive introductions we’ve seen.

Here is the current list of the fastest wins in UFC history:

  1. Jorge Masvidal vs. Ben Askren – 0:05
  2. Duane Ludwig vs. Jonathan Goulet – 0:06
  3. Todd Duffee vs. Tim Hague – 0:07
  4. Chan Sung Jung vs. Mark Hominick – 0:07
  5. Ryan Jimmo vs. Anthony Perosh – 0:07
  6. Terrance McKinney vs. Matt Frevola – 0:07
  7. James Irvin vs. Houston Alexander – 0:08
  8. Makwan Amirkhani vs. Andy Ogle – 0:08
  9. Leon Edwards vs. Seth Baczynski – 0:08
  10. Gray Maynard vs. Joe Veres – 0:09

These fights are a testament to the unpredictability and excitement of the UFC, where anything can happen in the blink of an eye.

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