Is Khaos Williams the most CONCUSSIVE puncher in the history of the UFC?

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  1. rodn86 Blue Belt

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    Simple question really, with what I feel is a simple answer.

    Yes. Yes, he is.

    When this boy lands, on anyone, the fight is over. Panic wrestlers gonna get clipped on the way in. Anyone who stands gets slept.

    Has Khaos REDEFINED what we thought possible with regards to punching power?
     
  2. Eiffel-sixtyFight Green Belt

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    It's utter khaos!
     
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  3. usernamee Silver Belt

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    I think Khamzat is up there too

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  4. Pierced7681 Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    He carries a lot of punch for his weight class, but I think prime Big Rigg would ktfo him.
     
  5. rodn86 Blue Belt

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    He bangs for sure. No doubt about that.

    But... Does he have the kind of once in a generation, PARADIGM SHIFTING power possessed by Khaos? Difficult.
     
  6. usernamee Silver Belt

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    I dunno about that but he is a mix between a Chechen Warrior and a Viking Warrior plus he got cleft lip from eating too much pussy. Safe to say his KO power is Godlike
     
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    Chill bro, we’ve seen him fight two bums with no striking defense. He’s landing power shots on dudes not properly protecting their chins.

    Guys like Rumble, Vitor, Liddell, etc would knock dudes out barely landing on foreheads/temples.
     
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    hes not the most apocalyptic.
     
  9. EVIL WAR GOD Brown Belt

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    One of the hardest punches P4P without a doubt. Overall Shane Carwin has him beat though, he could one punch KO HWs with shots that didn’t even look hard.
     
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  10. waldywaldy lol motherfuckers

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    55% KO ratio

    Melvin Manhoef is not impressed
     
  11. generalyum Purple Belt

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    What about Ngannou and Carwin?
     
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    Khaos vs Neal?
     
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    Every new generation there is someone who comes and KOs everyone then gets called the most powerful puncher of all time.

    Short answer. No. No he's not.
     
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    He sure hits hard. I was shocked at how Al Hassan was out so quick and hard. He has a good lead kick also that he can use to setup that power punch.
     
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    ......?
     
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  16. Mayonnaiseandjelly Orange Belt

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    FYI it’s more impressive when smaller weight classes land ko punches
     
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  17. EVIL WAR GOD Brown Belt

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    If you mean LW guys and smaller then I agree. MW guys are not exactly small in any way.
     
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    Kaos is the newest in a long line of power punchers. Impresive but lets relax a little.
     
  19. Mayonnaiseandjelly Orange Belt

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    They’re considerably smaller than hw. Basically 205 in cage vs 255 in cage. Obviously 50 lbs of mass is going to be able to generate a lot more force... thus we have heavyweights that all have knockout power

    case in point: dc
     
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    depends on the HW, Lesnar ate everything threw at him
     
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