The first knockout of UFC 263 came courtesy of UFC newbie Terrance McKinney.
‘T-Wrecks’ faced Matt Frevola in the opening rounds and McKinney, 26, knocked out a knockout with a fantastic straight to the left in just seven seconds to play.
McKinney was understandably delighted with the result, but in his excitement he scaled the octagon and jumped back, injuring himself in the process.
Watch the video of the knockout and the following celebrations below:
McKinney almost broke Jorge Masvidal’s fastest knockout record in UFC history, which is of course only five seconds.
The American appeared to twist his ankle as he landed and needed help getting out of the octagon.
The lightweight is now 11-3 with four straight wins, but he has a pretty incredible history even before reaching a UFC octagon.
He made his MMA debut in 2017, but in 2014 he died twice after being hit by police as a result of a bad mix of alcohol and drugs – mushrooms, to be precise.
“I ended up seeing demons, I was very inconsistent, I was pretty much crazy,” McKinney said. “When they tried to hire me I started going crazy so they must have tasered me, like several cups, I ate it like nothing had happened.
“They eventually shot me and managed to overpower me and take me to the hospital and that’s where I ended up dying twice. I didn’t even know I was dead, that was the scariest part. It really made me settle down and think, ‘Do I want this, or do I want something better?’ “
Now McKinney has just exploded onto the UFC stage and it’s his fourth consecutive first round knockout. Many consider 155 pounds to be one of the most exciting and stacked divisions in the UFC anyway, and McKinney is another explosive option.
McKinney’s state of health is currently unknown, but comments have speculated that he has a twisted ankle. He was able to stand up and have his hand up after the fight, at least.