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Boxer Looks Like He's Frozen In Time From 'Knockout Of The Year' Punch

Boxer Looks Like He's Frozen In Time From 'Knockout Of The Year' Punch

Ladies and gentlemen, you are about to witness one of the most incredible knockouts of the decade - a lightning quick overhand right from lightweight prospect Teofimo Lopez.

The Honduran-American fighter certainly put on a show against Mason Menard on the grandest stage of them all, Madison Square Garden.

And it only took the 21-year-old a mere 44 seconds to land a brutal punch that left his opponent frozen in mid-air.

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Lopez celebrated by doing Cristiano Ronaldo's "SIIIII" celebration, as well as backflipping in the ring. He also did a Fortnite dance because of course that was the thing to do.

Menar, meanwhile, just faceplants the canvas after a brutal right hand.

Here's the KO in slow motion.

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In the main event of the evening, Vasyl Lomachenko unified the lightweight division in only his 13th fight but we've got to talk about the grit and determination of his opponent, Jose Pedraza,.

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Boxer Looks Like He's Frozen In Time From 'Knockout Of The Year' Punch

In a dominant win, Lomachenko looked dominant throughout and eventually became the pound-for-pound king at Madison Square Garden by unanimous decision but many praised the courage of his opponent.

The Puerto Rican fighter somehow survived an incredible onslaught of power-punches in the 11th.

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Boxer Looks Like He's Frozen In Time From 'Knockout Of The Year' Punch
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Boxer Looks Like He's Frozen In Time From 'Knockout Of The Year' Punch

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To be honest, we're still not sure how he managed to complete all 12 rounds after this incredible 11th from the Ukrainian, but here we go.

You've also got to praise the work ethic of Lomachenko, who somehow doesn't punch himself out after a minute of incredible combinations and power shots.

He might have knocked Pedraza down twice in the 11th but he couldn't finish with a KO, something that many praised during and after the bout in New York

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What a card!

Topics: Boxing News, Boxing, Knockout

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Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.