Celebrity News: The victory over Jose Aldo was the highlight of the UFC star, while the triumph over Ricky Hatton was among the most spectacular of the star of boxing
Throughout their careers, both Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor were protagonists of different knockouts. The American garnered 26 of the 49 wins between KO and TKO (TKO), while the MMA star did it in 18 of his 21.
Among his achievements was the Irishman’s triumph against Jose Aldo in a long-awaited fight that lasted only 13 seconds and Ricky Hatton’s defeat at the hands of the American in what was his last fight before his first retirement.
Conor McGregor vs José Aldo
On December 12, 2015, the UFC starfighter was going to make his presentation to José Aldo, who was unbeaten for 10 years so far; It only took him 13 seconds above the octagon to end that streak.
The Brazilian came out determined to look for his rival, but the Irish answered with a sure shot with his left fist that was enough for his opponent to lie on the canvas, later, finished with a punch and won the title Featherweight in what was the fastest KO in UFC history.
Floyd Mayweather vs. Ricky Hatton
The 43rd Fighter of the talented boxer took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The 8 of December of 2008 was measured before the British in a fight that lasted 10 of 12 rounds.
From the third round, the American marked the pace of the combat. On the tenth, the native of Michigan evaded an attack, faithful to his style, and finished with a left-handed hook to the jaw to Hatton, who ended up crashing against one of the corners.
Despite referee Joe Cortez’s account, the former champion was able to recover. But when he wanted to exchange punches again, Mayweather responded with another punch from which he could not resurface. After that victory, “Money” announced his retirement by surprising everyone, as he was about to formalize his second fight against Oscar De La Hoya. In 2009 he returned and continued fighting until the end of 2015.