‘Damn…Wow’ – Merciless KO Finish From Female UFC Star Polyana Viana at UFC Vegas 64 Gets MMA World’s Attention

UFC Vegas 64 had a finish in the very first fight of the prelims. But a strawweight record was created by Brazilian UFC star Polyana Viana as she knocked out her opponent in just 47 seconds. ‘Dama de Ferro’ put in a phenomenal performance and set herself for a big matchup next.

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Official Decision – Polyana Viana wins via first-round KO (47 seconds).

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After coming off a loss in her next bout against Tabatha Ricci, Viana made an impact from the get-go and finished her counterpart, Jinh Yu Frey, who previously lost a close split decision to Vanessa Demopoulos.

With this impressive knockout, Viana scored her 4th first round finish in the women’s strawweight division. The contest finished quickly and Viana’s intent was clear she wanted to knock off the setback of the last fight.

A knee to the middle and an incredible combination was all it took for the Brazilian star to get the job done in just 47 seconds.

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The quick finish in a women’s fight is not something the UFC fans see every day. Thus, they reacted on social media to the vicious knockout from the Tata Fight Team fighter.

MMA world reacts as Polyana Viana finishes the fight in no time at UFC Vegas 64

The feel-out process was short and the knockout combination was something to cheer for. Even referee Herb Dean had to act quickly to save the Frey MMA athlete from further damage as the Brazilian charged at her opponent laying on the ground.

Fight fans enjoyed the finish and shared their voice on Twitter.

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Viana could get a top 15 strawweight fighter next and she wants to fight on the Brazil card next year. The winner told UFC Hall of Fame Daniel Cormier in the post-fight interview.

What do you make of this contest? Share your views in the comments below.

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