UFC Gives Glory To God After Wild Knockout

A Saturday UFC 274 fight in the lightweight division had one of the most dramatic endings in the sport’s history.

Following a fierce first round, Michael Chandler (5th) landed an explosive kick to Tony Ferguson (7th), sending Ferguson unconscious for several minutes. The win helped Chandler avoid losing a third consecutive fight, while it extended Ferguson’s losing streak to four fights.

Here’s the kick that many pundits are rightfully calling the most devastating knockout kick in UFC history:

Just watching this makes my jaw hurt.

Chandler took the opportunity to praise God instead of trying to dominate all attention following the fight. He won a fight that could have resulted in him unconscious.

“What the fans at home will never, ever feel is when you’re down and you have a round like I just did – it wasn’t that decisive and Tony Ferguson showed up – you’ve got to pull something from inside of you,” Chandler said. God came through and here we are.”

Chandler now wants a shot at fighting Conor McGregor in the 170-pound weight class, to which “The Notorious” seemed more than willing to oblige. If it happens, this would be entertainment of the highest calibre.

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