Kaleb Harris, in only his second bare-knuckle boxing bout, scored a stunning knockout at Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 7, bringing his record to 1-1.
The 25-year-old welterweight scored a stunning victory over opponent Johnavan Vistante at the BKFC7 event in Biloxi, Mississippi on Saturday.
Fans were quick to comment on the shot which stunned 29-year-old Vistante.
One user, going under the name of Fronxrunner, commented: “Impressed how quickly he knew he just turned his switch off and didn't need to follow up with any strikes.”
CelticP2000 simply said: “TIMBER!!”
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While The Haymaker added: “Damn, starched!”
Harris, who fought in the second bout of the card, dropped Vistante multiple times in the first round before turning out his lights a round later.
The finish came in round two at the 0:51 mark.
The Mississippi local said after the fight: “I’m on cloud nine right now. This is the twentieth fight of my career and I told a few of my close friends I was ending it in the second round.”
He continued: “I knew in the first round when I dropped him a couple of times, I knew that with each punch it was getting easier.”
When asked about his next opponent: “I willing to fight anybody, anytime, anywhere whether it’s MMA or bare knuckle. So anybody that thinks they want to shut my mouth, they come and get it.”News Now - Sport News