Texas fighter makes his pro debut by scoring awesome 5 second knockout.
They say everything is bigger in Texas and apparently that applies to their knockouts, too. Making his pro debut, Russell Brewer dispatched his opponent in less time than it took you to read this sentence. Brewer stepped into the cage against Christopher Golden at 24/1 Entertainment 1 – Professional Cage Fighting and gave the crowd one of the fastest KO’s on record. And they loved every second of it.
Brewer starts out by landing a Superman Punch which buckles Golden’s knees just enough to put him in perfect position for Brewer’s knockout knee strike. The knee hits Golden squarely in the face and actually brings him back up to his feet. Unfortunately, it is only momentarily as he goes past vertical and winds up flat on his back.
The ref quickly puts a stop to the fight and Brewer walks off, pumped, and throws his fist in the air.
Brewer ripped off two more consecutive wins after this fight before losing to Hayward Charles at Legacy Fighting Championship 13. He came back with a victory at LFC 16 against Aaron Culpepper but no matter what he does in his career one day he can point out to his grandkids that in his pro debut he scored one of the fastest knockouts in MMA history. And that is something no one can take away.