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Duane Ludwig’s Four Second KO Faster Than Todd Duffee’s Seven Second KO

So Todd Duffee doesn’t have the fastest knockout in UFC history after all like we were led to believe Saturday night when he starched Tim Hague in seven seconds. Thanks to CagePotato and the UG, we’re reminded that Duane “Bang” Ludwig knocked out Jonathan Goulet in four seconds back at UFC Fight Night 3. The reason Duffee holds the “official” record though is because the time keeper recorded Ludwig’s knockout at 11 seconds instead of four. Seriously, is there anything incompetent officials haven’t screwed up in this sport?

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