Brunno Ferreira Stuns With 8th Spinning Back Elbow KO In UFC History

Photo: Instagram/Brunno Ferreira

In a thrilling moment at Saturday's UFC Fight Night in Louisville, Brunno Ferreira delivered a stunning spinning back elbow knockout, leaving Dustin Stoltzfus and the audience in shock.

The Brazilian middleweight's spectacular finish came at the end of the first round, countering Stoltzfus’s hesitant left punch with a powerful spinning back elbow.

Referee Jason Herzog quickly stepped in to end the fight as Stoltzfus lay stunned on the canvas. Ferreira, overjoyed by his victory, said, “Thank you guys, Hulk smash. You’re going to see that video many times.

Photo: Instagram/Brunno Ferreira

I trained that a lot. I knew he was loading his punches and I knew that was going to land.” Ferreira also called out rising UFC prospect Bo Nickal, challenging him to a "judo versus wrestling" showdown.

According to ESPN, Ferreira's knockout was only the eighth spinning back elbow KO in UFC history. This win boosts Ferreira's record to 11-1, marking his second consecutive first-round knockout after defeating Phil Hawes in January.


Ferreira’s impressive performance may earn him a bonus by the end of the night.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 

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