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Who has the shortest average fight time in the heavyweight division in UFC?

The UFC’s heavyweight division is home to some of the most powerful and fearsome fighters in the sport of MMA. Among these behemoths, a select few have earned their place as the division’s quickest finishers. Tom Aspinall, Sergei Pavlovich, Chris Daukaus, Cyril Asker, and Todd Duffee have consistently dazzled fans with their fast-paced fights, leaving no doubt about their ability to end bouts in a flash. With their diverse skill sets, ranging from striking to submissions, these fighters have proven that the heavyweight division can be as exciting and dynamic as any other weight class.

Tom Aspinall

Tom Aspinall is a rising star in the UFC’s heavyweight division, and his short average fight time of 2 minutes and 19 seconds places him at the top of the list of the division’s fastest finishers. With a background in boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Aspinall has showcased his diverse skill set, making him a well-rounded threat inside the octagon.

One of Aspinall’s most remarkable performances came in 2020 when he faced Jake Collier. In a display of his striking and ground skills, Aspinall secured a first-round TKO victory, announcing his arrival as a formidable force in the heavyweight division. His quick finishes have earned him the reputation of being a fighter to watch, as he continues to climb the ranks with impressive performances.

Sergei Pavlovich

Sergei Pavlovich, hailing from Russia, is another heavyweight fighter known for his quick and devastating knockouts. With an average fight time of 2 minutes and 23 seconds, Pavlovich has consistently showcased his explosive striking abilities, earning him a spot among the division’s fastest finishers.

One of Pavlovich’s most electrifying performances came in 2018 when he faced Marcelo Golm. In just 1 minute and 6 seconds, Pavlovich landed a ferocious right hand that left Golm unconscious on the canvas, securing a devastating knockout victory. This victory further solidified Pavlovich’s reputation as a dangerous striker in the division and a fighter capable of ending fights in the blink of an eye.

Chris Daukaus

Chris Daukaus has made a name for himself in the heavyweight division with his quick hands and knockout power. With an average fight time of 3 minutes and 15 seconds, Daukaus has become known for his ability to finish fights in spectacular fashion.

One of Daukaus’s most impressive performances came in 2020 when he faced Rodrigo Nascimento. In just 45 seconds, Daukaus unleashed a barrage of punches that forced the referee to intervene and declare him the winner by TKO. This impressive knockout victory showcased Daukaus’s potential to become a future contender in the heavyweight division and further established him as a fighter capable of delivering fast-paced finishes.

Cyril Asker

Cyril Asker may be known for his submission skills, but he has also proven to be adept at ending fights quickly. With an average fight time of 3 minutes and 24 seconds, Asker has demonstrated that he is a threat to any opponent, whether on the feet or on the ground.

One of Asker’s most significant performances came in 2018 when he faced Yaozong Hu. In just 2 minutes and 33 seconds, Asker secured a fight-ending rear-naked choke, forcing Hu to tap out. This victory showcased Asker’s grappling prowess and his ability to capitalize on opportunities. Making him one of the division’s fastest submission specialists.

Todd Duffee

Todd Duffee burst onto the UFC scene with a bang, showcasing his explosive power and finishing abilities. With an average fight time of 3 minutes and 26 seconds. Duffee’s quick finishes have left a lasting impact on the heavyweight division.

One of Duffee’s most memorable performances came in 2009 when he faced Tim Hague. In just 7 seconds, Duffee delivered a thunderous right hand that sent Hague crashing to the canvas. He secured the fastest knockout in UFC heavyweight history. This astonishing victory solidified Duffee’s reputation as a heavyweight contender with devastating knockout power.

SL No.FighterAverage fight time
1.Tom Aspinall2:19
2.Sergei Pavlovich2:23
3.Chris Daukaus3:15
4.Cyril Asker3:24
5.Todd Duffee3:26
6.Shane Carwin4:55
7.Justin Tafa5:22
8.Philip De Fries5:28
9.Dave Herman5:34
10.Frank Mir5:46

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