Fighter face-plants after sickening bare-knuckle knockout

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
Bare-knuckle fighter Krystian Kuzma knocking out his opponent on his way to the Gromba championship. (Twitter)

A bare-knuckle fighter nicknamed ‘Tyson’ has lived up to the hype after he sent his opponent crashing to the floor with a sickening shot.

Krystian ‘Tyson’ Kuzma stunned the crowd when he booked a showdown in the heavyweight Gromba final after after pulverising Lukasz ‘Brodacz’ Zaluska with a vicious right hand uppercut.

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The two big heavyweights were trading blows in Round 1 when, with just 1.40 minute left, Kuzma rocked his opponent.

The Polish heavyweight then followed it up with a sickening right-hand uppercut that had his opponent falling face-first into the canvas.

Zaluska remained on the floor for several minutes as medical staff checked on him during this period.

Unfortunately, Zaluska was reportedly carried out of the ring on a stretcher.

‘Tyson’ went on to finish his opponent in Round 1 of the final with a stoppage to cement his place as the champion.

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Cody Garbrandt didn’t have much time to work with on Saturday night at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas.

Garbrandt was backed into the wall as time was rapidly ticking down in the second round of his bantamweight bout with Raphael Assuncao at UFC 250. The fight was almost certainly headed to the third round.

That, however, is when Garbrandt struck.

With just one second left in the second round, Garbrandt drilled a perfect shot straight to Assuncao’s face, knocking him out cold as the horn blew.

Garbrandt hit Assuncao so hard, he struggled to even sit on the stool in the Octagon while receiving medical attention after the fight.