“Oh My Goodness! Jairzinho Got Him Hurt Bad” – Insane 22 Seconds HW KO Has Joe Rogan & MMA World Stunned at UFC 282

Published 12/10/2022, 9:36 PM EST

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The UFC 282 has fans hyped with its exciting lineup and had many fresh pairings that offered nothing less than a spectacle at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas. But what had the crowd buzzing the most was the Jairzinho Rozenstruik vs. Chris Daukas preliminary heavyweight match. The ‘Bigi Boy’ didn’t waste a second and finished the bout within a matter of seconds with a powerful KO to Daukas.

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The ‘Bigi Boy’ improved his record to 13-4 with this incredible victory. It was one such battle where, if you blink, you miss.

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What happened in the fight at UFC 282?

The ‘Bigi Boy’ started out, all guns blazing. It was a fast-paced attack by the 9th ranker to Daukas. It was a matter of seconds when Rozenstruik, 34 brutally KO’d Chris Daukas in a 22 seconds madness. ‘Bigi Boy’ started off with a strong jab, followed by some back-to-back punches and a knee that eventually brought Daukas down for good.

It undoubtedly provided the UFC fans with everything they desire from a satisfying MMA fight. The right amount of thrill, cheers, and that proper adrenaline rush.

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How did the fans react to the 22 seconds KO?

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As the fight ended, the ‘Bigi Boy’ wished his coach on his birthday.“Coach Conan, Happy Birthday and this is your gift. Oss.” Well, a resounding win from the disciple might just be the best possible birthday present for a coach.

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Written by:

Mayur Soni

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Mayur Soni is a UFC Writer at EssentiallySports. His interest in the UFC heightened when he first saw his favorite fighter Conor McGregor knockout Jose Aldo in mere 13 seconds, in 2015. He thus got hooked on the sport.
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Vineet Nandwana

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