Saturday, September 15, 2012

Erik Perez Scores Fastest KO in Bantamweight History

Greg Jackson-trained bantamweight Erik Perez clearly had somewhere else he needed�to be Saturday night, so he wasted no time in taking out Massachusetts native Ken Stone.� Coming forward in their first exchange winging a right hook that was more guided missile than fist, Perez clipped his foe cleanly on the chin, and when Stone face-planted and rolled over, Stone followed him down and starched him with even more punches.� Referee Herb Dean jumped in at the 17-second mark, and the victory via TKO ? and new record among the 135-pounders ? belonged to Perez.�

The win is Perez's second in as many UFC appearances.� In his Octagon debut, he deftly arm barred TUF veteran John Albert


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