Greatest 1 hit attack that didn't KO someone...

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  1. senkigudo**

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    Crocop kick on Mark Hunt???
     
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    Nice example TS.

    Also, Randlemans head dump of Fedor.

    Anything thing Big Country has copped and not even blinked.
     
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    Can't find it, but the knee that Pele landed on Newton was insane.

    Also this:

    We all know how hard Junior hits, most people would have been finished off after this:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Showtime kick
     
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    Boom! End of Thread!
     
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    That was visually the most impressive strike, ever.

    However I don't think it hit as hard as others shots. I'd rather receive 5 of those kicks than one of those uppercuts JDS threw in that gif above.
     
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    Pettis kick and deservedly so.
     
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    Alberto Crane kicked a hole in Kurt Pellegrino's chin then went on to lose the fight.
     
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    Randleman's suplex on Fedor
     
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    Herring's head kick on Big Nog deserves a mention imo
     
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    berry v kongo had a few
     
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    As for punches - this one is always a hit:

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    Any strike Roy Nelson has been on the receiving end of.
     
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    Pride has a couple good ones.
     
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    Lesnar's punch on Herring was amazing. nobody was expecting that.
     

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