Cheick Kongo Barry Knockout was “Most Amazing Comeback I Have Ever Scene” in UFC
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Just prior to midnight last night I was jumping around my apartment yelling. Dirk hadn’t hit a patented game winner. Nadal wasn’t ripping up the grass at Wimbledon.
It wasn’t even a Lyoto Machida front-kick. It was for UFC though, but it was from Cheick Kongo knocking out Pat Barry. Yes that’s right, the Kongo Barry undercard, turned last minute main event exceeded, it’s expectations by some indescribable number approaching infinity. At 2:48 seconds of the very first round, Pat Barry knocked out Cheick Kongo; except for
One minor thing – he didn’t actually knock him out. Oh and then 10 seconds later he “knocked him out again”, but again he didn’t actually knock him out. It sounds like I am just being playful with words, but watch the Kongo Barry knockout video below and you will know what I mean. In what the often hyperbolic (but in this case completely accurate) Joe Rogan described as the “most amazing comeback I have ever scene” Kongo regained his composure – sort of – and landed a picture perfect knockout punch that put Barry to sleep.
Kongo Barry Knockout Video
Start at the 4:30 minute mark on the video.
The YouTube video of Cheick Kongo knocking out Pat Barry in what Joe Rogan described as the “most amazing comeback I have ever seen”.
Back Up: Cheick Kongo Knocking Out Pat Barry – YouTube Video
Cheick Kongo vs. Pat Barry Knockout Pictures
This is the moment when Barry first rocked Kongo, when everybody thought the fight was over.
Here Kongo is on the mat, about to enter desperation mode.
This is how close Dan Mergliata came to stopping the fight, it was crazy.
This is the second Barry “knockout punch”, Where Kongo Basically Goes Limp
Kongo 1st Counter and KO Setup Punch
Kongo Barry Knockout Punch (amazing)
This all went down at the free UFC Fight Night card on Versus last night. Although UFC demand and ticket prices are much higher for PPVs, this card was significantly more exciting than the last two PPV cards. Big props to the fighters for coming to fight and not just to win. Hopefully the fighters at UFC 132 this weekend will come with the same intensity.
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