Deivison Ribeiro needed four rounds to defend his XFC International featherweight championship.
Fighting UFC veteran Waylon Lowe in the main event of Saturday night’s XFCi 6 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Brazilian improved his MMA record to 26-9 (with one no-contest) with a TKO victory 11 seconds into the fourth round.
"I did an intelligent fight and knocked him out with one of my best weapons, the high kick," Ribeiro said after the fight. His next title defense is slated for Jan. 24 against UFC veteran Junior Assuncao. "It’s a tough challenge ahead, and I’m motivated to defend my title again."
According to a release from XFC International, Lowe announced his retirement from the sport at the TKO loss. Lowe, who went 2-2 under the UFC banner between 2010-11, hangs his gloves with a 14-6 (with one no-contest) MMA record.
Check below the complete results of XFC International 6:
Deivison Ribeiro def. Waylon Lowe via TKO (R4, 0:11)
Vanessa Guimaraes def. Vanessa Melo via split decision
Edgar Garcia def. Julio Rodrigues via split decision
Taila Santos venceu Rachael Cummins via TKO (R1, 3:28)
Alejandro Abomohor venceu Luan Gazzeta via TKO (R1, 0:27)
Poliana Botelho def. Karina Rodriguez via TKO (R3, 2:15)
Daniel Virgilio def. Lerryan Douglas via submission (guillotine) (R1, 3:22)
Debora Ferreira def. Julia Borisova via unanimous decision
James Gray def. Lucas Moraes via submission (triangle choke) (R1, 1:25)
Silvaneide Pereira def. Vuokko Katainen via majority decision
Alfredo Morales def. Marcelo Barreira via submission (armbar) (R1, 1:18)
Diogo Sotero def. Diogo D’Avila via KO (R2, 3:02)
Steven Newel def. Wesley do Nascimento via TKO (R3, 2:42)