Eduardo Concepcion made quite the first impression in his bare-knuckle debut at BKFC 18.
It took Concepcion just five seconds put opponent Gabe Brown down face-first onto the canvas following a flurry of punches in the opening round in the opening bout on the preliminary card.
Concepcion now holds the second-fastest knockout in the history of BKFC, topped only by Uly Diaz with a three-second knockout in his last appearance in the BKFC ring.
Of course, Diaz will also compete at BKFC 18 as he seeks to become the promotion’s middleweight champion in a bout against UFC veteran Thiago Alves.
As soon as the action started, Concepcion tagged Brown as he came charging across the ring. After the first shot clipped the BKFC newcomer, a right hand followed quickly behind that brought a stop to the contest.
Concepcion celebrated his victory after a short night of work with the impressive five-second finish.