It’s party time in Ireland.
Irishman Conor McGregor quickly ended his UFC 194 featherweight title fight against Jose Aldo on Saturday night in Las Vegas with a knockout win just 13 seconds into Round 1.
McGregor handed Aldo his first loss in a decade with a perfect left-handed punch that sent the Brazilian to the floor. McGregor got in a few more punches while Aldo was on the floor, and the referee was quick to put a stop to the fight after that.
Remarkably, Aldo was able to land a forceful punch of his own while falling to the ground.
McGregor’s 13-second win is the shortest in UFC history, besting Ronda Rousey’s previous record of 14 seconds.
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