Khaos Williams did it again. After a 27-second knockout in his promotional debut, Williams only needed 30 seconds at UFC Vegas 14 to stop Abdul Razak Alhassan.
Fiery welterweights Abdul Razak Alhassan and Khaos Williams clashed in the co-main event of UFC Vegas 14. Alhassan knocked out the first six opponents in his career to earn a UFC contract. The streak continued in his debut, but he then lost to Omari Akhmedov. Alhassan got back on track with three more knockouts before falling to prospect Mounir Lazzez in his last fight.
Williams started his career at 9-1 with five finishes then joined the UFC roster. He blew out Alex Morono in his promotional debut earlier this year, knocking him out in just 27 seconds. Of his six career finishes, five have come in the first round.
Williams started the fight with a leg kick and a double-jab. A pair of leg kicks connected heavily for Khaos, then an earth-shattering right hand that shut the lights off immediately. Another quick knockout for Williams, who has spent just 57 seconds in the Octagon and already has two wins.
KHAOS IN THE OCTAGON 🌩@KhaosOXWilliams is TERRIFYING in the Octagon 😳
— UFC (@ufc) November 15, 2020
After the fight, Dana White told Williams that it was one of the most vicious knockouts he’s ever seen. Williams said afterwards that he was a diamond in the rough waiting to be found. He’s certainly delivered, with two brutal knockouts in 30 seconds each.
Alhassan needed help exiting the Octagon, as he was stiff following the knockout.
Khaos Williams def. Abdul Razak Alhassan by KO (Right Straight) in Round 1 (0:30)