As per Dana White at a UFC press convention three years in the past, UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou is the world report holder for the toughest punch ever recorded.
White made the feedback within the weeks main as much as Ngannou’s first shot on the heavyweight title when he met Stipe Miocic. On that night time at UFC 220 he was overwhelmed decisively by Miocic. But final night time, “The Predator” was in a position to avenge that defeat with a completely vicious knockout win of his personal.
How highly effective is Francis Ngannou?
Many followers have heard about how highly effective Francis Ngannou allegedly is however, in keeping with White, he’s certainly the toughest energy puncher on the planet proper now.
“Francis Ngannou has the world record for the most powerful punch. His punch is the equivalent to 96 horsepower, which is equal to getting hit by a Ford Escort going as fast as it can! It’s more powerful than a 12 pound sledgehammer swung full force from overhead. Holy s***.”
A earlier report on his work indicated that Ngannou visited the UFC Performance Center in 2017 and while there, he recorded a punch that measured in at 129,161 items – surpassing the earlier report held by former boxer and kickboxer Tyrone Spong.
Ngannou actually proved himself to be one of many scariest males on the planet at UFC 260 with the form of efficiency that made everybody watching sit up and take discover. Not solely did he beat Miocic, however he did so emphatically.
Now that he’s the champion, there are lots of challengers who may step up and go after Ngannou, however three come to thoughts above the remaining – Jon Jones, Derrick Lewis and Stipe Miocic as soon as once more. It’s truthful to imagine Ngannou could be the clear favourite in all three of those contests, particularly now he appears to have developed the persistence to go alongside his energy.
Miocic and Jones would have nice recreation plans to face Ngannou, and Lewis would have some huge punches of his personal to try to register. But the champion has confirmed he’s performing at a completely completely different degree.
Can anybody meet him there? We’ll have to attend and see.