UFC Alexander Volkanovski Suffers Shocking KO Loss

UFC Alexander Volkanovski Suffers Shocking KO Loss… Featherweight 17-Game Winning Streak Ends

Alexander Volkanovski (35, Australia), considered the strongest UFC featherweight champion of all time, collapsed after suffering a shocking KO loss.

Volkanovski was defeated by Ilya Topuria (27, Georgia, Spain) in 3 minutes of the second round in the main event featherweight title match of ‘UFC 298: Volkanovski vs. Topuria’ held at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Florida, USA on the 18th (Korean time).

He lost by KO in 32 seconds. 카지노사이트

The prevailing view was that Volkanovski, who had a 17-game winning streak in the featherweight division alone,

would win again this time and succeed in his sixth defense of the UFC featherweight division.

Although Topuria, ranked 3rd in the featherweight division,

is a scary newcomer with 14 consecutive mixed martial arts wins and 6 straight UFC wins,

Volkanovski was a player who showed equally overwhelming performance.

However, the prospect that Topuria would end Volkanovski’s dictatorship was gradually emerging.

Prior to the match, Topuria showed strong confidence by changing his social networking service (SNS) profile to ‘15 wins, undefeated UFC world champion.’

Volkanovski, who had no opponents in the UFC featherweight division,

moved up to lightweight and challenged champion Islam Makhachev (32, Russia) twice, but bowed both times.

In the first match held in February of last year,

he saved face by losing after a fierce battle that went all the way to a decision,

but in the rematch held in October last year,

he was brutally defeated by a head kick in the first round.

As it was only four months since the crushing defeat,

there were predictions that the shock would not be completely resolved, and this has become a reality.

The match between Volkanovski and Topuria, which was a close match in the first round exploration match, suddenly shifted towards Topuria in the second round.

Volkanovski, who allowed Topuria to punch him repeatedly,

was eventually struck by Topuria’s right hook and fell into the octagon.

With this match, Volkanovski’s overall record in mixed martial arts increased to 26 wins and 4 losses.

It was the first time since his debut in 2012 that he had lost two games in a row.

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