Uly Diaz does not get paid by the hour and he made quick work of his opponent at BKFC 14.
Diaz turned in what the BKFC commentator called the fastest knockout in promotional history against Donelei Benedetto. Diaz blitzed Benedetto and landed a whipping right hook that instantly put his opponent out.
Diaz, 39, is now 2-0 competing for BKFC. He made his debut in February and scored a 73-second KO of Brian Maxwell. It should come as no surprise that Diaz is tearing through the competition. He has a professional boxing record of 12-1 with 11 finishes.
BKFC 14 took place on Saturday, November 14. The card was headlined by Luis Palomino, who stopped Jim Alers in 44-seconds to retain his BKFC 155-pound title belt.