In his 5 UFC fights, Khaos Williams had 4 wins and more, ending 3 of them in a knockout. The Lansing, Michigan native gave the UFC a performance every time he stepped inside the octagon. He is one of the few boxers with 2 knockout wins in under 30 seconds of the first round.
Williams’ toughest victory came in his final fight against Miguel Baeza in UFC Vegas 42. Despite limping on one leg from receiving Baeza’s powerful foot kicks, Williams was tough enough to keep his feet on the ground, and a nice right hook to his opponent’s chin to end the encounter. fight after the next few hits.
UFC Welterweight Khaos Williams is the ‘future’ and here’s the ‘truth’
This is Khaos Williams‘another win as an underdog and he’s come now for nothing but respect from his fans and up-and-coming opponents. Williams showed off his skills as a fighter at UFC Vegas 42 after a bout with the media, which was certainly his right after a great night.
“Those who continued to sleep with me- the doctor went had to wake them up. I have to show them again. I am the future and the truth. They went to see it,” Williams said.
Who do you think is the most suitable fight for Williams in the top 15 as he deserves to be an opponent from the standings now? he can even avenge his loss from Michel Pereira if he wants to ask for it. He has a deadly standing fight in boxing like Geoff Neal who ranks #12 in the UFC welterweight division. How do you think Williams would counter such a kickboxing phenom? Islam Salikhov who is #15?
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