Back to back slam KOs at UFC Austin prove the pitfalls of BJJ

In a surprising turn of events, UFC Fight Night: Dariush Vs. Tsarukyan delivered an unforgettable spectacle, defying expectations on a night overshadowed by college football championships. Drakkar Klose and Cody Brundage seized the spotlight with consecutive slam knockouts that left fans and fellow fighters in awe.

Klose, riding high on a two-fight winning streak, faced Joe Solecki in a lightweight clash. Within the first two minutes, Klose showcased his dominance with a remarkable slam knockout. Capitalizing on a takedown, Klose thwarted Solecki’s armbar attempt, hoisting him off the canvas and delivering a devastating slam that resulted in an immediate knockout.

Watch Drakkar Klose’s Slam KO

Following Klose’s extraordinary performance, Cody Brundage stepped into the Octagon against Zach Reese. In a parallel narrative, Brundage executed a slam KO of his own. Mimicking Klose’s strategy, Brundage took Reese to the ground, where Reese sought a triangle choke. Brundage, however, showcased his strength by lifting Reese into the air and slamming him down, punctuating the victory with heavy punches.

Watch Cody Brundage’s Slam KO

The synchronicity of these slam knockouts added an unprecedented layer of excitement to the event. With only 14 slam knockouts in UFC history, witnessing two unfold within minutes of each other was a rare spectacle that left the UFC community buzzing.

UFC fighters, including Terrance McKinney, Michael Chiesa, and Aljamain Sterling, expressed their disbelief and enthusiasm on social media, emphasizing the historical significance of the night.

As the UFC aimed for an entertaining fight night, little did they anticipate making history with this extraordinary display of skill and power. Stay tuned for more updates and highlights as the MMA world continues to revel in the aftermath of this remarkable UFC Fight Night.