England's Almighty Fighting Championship can now lay claim to one of the loudest head-kick knockouts in the history of mixed martial arts.
Louis Blair took on Patryk Zaborksi in an amateur lightweight match last week, which would end after 34 seconds in the first round.
Yes, Blair would end the fight after hitting Zaborksi with a devastating kick to the head.
Check it out below (oh, and don't forget to turn the volume up).
The Leeds-born MMA fighter has now taken his record to 1-1. For Zaborksi, however, the Liverpool-born fighter lost his debut match to Blair and is now 0-1.
According to Ritely, Zaborksi's condition is unknown after the KO.
AFC also hit headlines for the match between Jack Culshaw and Zak Edwards.
Following on from a KO victory for Culshaw, the MMA fighter scaled the cage to celebrate on top of it. When he leapt off it, Culshaw caused some serious damage to both of his knees.
"I went and had an X-ray and there are no bones broken, but do you know the patella, the kneecap?" he told MMA Fighting.
"That's been twisted around and they think my ACL is blown. We'll have to wait and see, but they have to look at my other leg too, the left leg, they said that knee could go as well.
"So when they're done with the rehab on my right leg, they're going to have to do my left leg as well."
Almighty Fighting Championship will return next year at Leeds with AFC 11, which will no doubt be a big homecoming for Blair.
Is Blair's head kick one of the best in MMA history?
Let us know in the comments.
Featured Image Credit: Almighty Fighting Championship