It didn’t last long. Only 15 seconds to be exact. Dustin Ortiz set the record for the fastest KO in UFC flyweight history Saturday when he took out Team Alpha Male’s Hector Sandoval at UFC Fight Night 114 in Mexico City. The 28-year-old Tennessee native is currently ranked No. 12 in the 125-pound division but may get a boost after that stellar performance. Ortiz also holds win over the likes of Willie Gates, Ray Borg, Zach Makovsky, José Maria Tomé and Justin Scoggins inside the octagon. Here’s how he set the record Saturday night.
If you missed the Ortiz-Sandoval match, don't worry…here's the entire fight! Fastest KO in UFC flyweight history! https://t.co/2tDvCoks0W
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