The South African, with the nickname of "Shakebone" (shivering bones), first threw two quick blows to unbalance the opponent, and immediately delivered the infernal elbow that sent him to "sleep". The Norwegian was lying on the unconscious canvas.
Mexico City, November 10 (RT / SinEmbargo) .- A struggle between Mixed martial arts from Extreme Fighting Championship (EFC) finished at 70 seconds for a knockout which was subsequently described by commentators as "The best of the year".
It is the 3 November battle for EFC Woldwide 75 in Cape Town, South Africa, where the local Mzwandile Hlongwa was declared the winner after giving an incredible boost to the Norwegian Torbjorn Madsen.
The South African, with the nickname of "Shakebone" (chills of bones), first threw two quick shots to unbalance the opponent, and immediately delivered the infernal elbow that sent him to "sleep".
"Oh my God, oh my God, what just happened!" Said one of the announcers of the show after the spectacular attack. "It fell like a piece of wood," commented another.
Madsen rushed unconsciously onto the canvas and had to be taken to the hospital on a stretcher. The Norwegian later claimed on Facebook that, despite feeling "very disappointed", it is "physically good".
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