Joe Rogan: ‘That’s The Scariest Knockout I’ve Ever Seen!’

Joe Rogan: ‘That’s The Scariest Knockout I’ve Ever Seen!’

Frank Camacho was looking to write UFC history with a fourth consecutive Fight of the Night award to start his UFC career.

Welterweight challenger Geoff Neal had other plans and spoiled the potential 50 grand party..

Neal, a Dana White Tuesday Night Contender Series contract winner, scored one of the scariest knockouts of the year with a rocking head kick at UFC 228 on Saturday in Dallas.

The welterweight bout had already been going in Neal’s favor as he was able to land punches consistently in round one, which caused Camacho to revert into beast mode in the second part of the fight.

Neal made him pay for his ultra aggression, timing a head kick perfectly to put Camacho down and out at the 1:23 mark of round two.

Neal (10-2) has finished six of his last seven fights now, while Camacho (21-7) has lost three of his four fights inside the Octagon.

While Frank Camacho is as tough as they come, the veteran fighter couldn’t stomach the offensive onslaught by welterweight challenger Geoff Neal. (Sat., Sept. 8, 2018) at UFC 228 from inside American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, eventually getting stopped via a huger second-round head kick knockout.

Neal didn’t let Camacho have any space from the opening bell.

He outclassed him with solid combinations inside, counter kicks, and solid takedown defense.

In the second round, Neal blasted Camacho with a stunning head kick.

Camacho instantly dropped to the canvas and the referee stepped in for the stoppage.

Joe Rogan called it one of the scariest knockouts he’s ever seen.

Camacho was laid out for a goo while, but thankfully, he was able to be brought to his feet with the aid of his team and the doctors.

He showed some grit before getting knocked out as he reacted like this after another brutal sequence from Neal.

UFC 228 is highlighted Saturday night by a welterweight championship bout with Tyron Woodley defending his title against Darren Till.

After this brutal KO, though, whomever emerges as the champion had better keep their eyes on the 28-year-old Neal


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