Kamaru Usman, the UFC welterweight champion on Sunday, retained his title after knocking out his opponent Jorge Masvidal in the second round in the main event of UFC 261 in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Nigerian began the first round in high spirit, landing hammer shots on Masvidal popularly known as Gambred.
Usman, who knocked out Masvidal in front of a 15,000 capacity crowd, landed five hammer shots that took the lights off the American.
He knocked Masvidal out at one minute, two seconds in the second round.
Usman recorded the second-highest winning streak in UFC history with the victory on Sunday.
He had earlier tied with Khabib Nurmagomedov and Jon Jones with 13 straight victories.
Usman hopes to equal and possibly beat Anderson Silva’s record of 16 consecutive wins in UFC history.