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Hard-hitting American brawler Matt Frevola lived up to his nickname by downing opponent Genaro Valdez four times – almost equaling the record for a UFC bout in just one round.
'The Steamrolla' pulled no punches as he made up for a seven-second defeat against Terrance McKinney at UFC 263 in June 2021, battering Mexican Valdez in a shockingly brutal display that lasted three minutes and 15 seconds.
Valiant Valdez repeatedly returned to his feet and occasionally landed back in a formidable display of tenacity, while there was conjecture that Frevola had managed six knockdowns as many viewers insisted he had matched the record of five during the brief bout.
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"Frevola’s style is insane," said UFC bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling, watching the winner average almost 20 strikes per minute.
FIVE knockdowns by Matt Frevola! THIS IS INSANE!!!! #UFC270— Adam Martin (@MMAdamMartin) January 23, 2022
Round of the year 2022 so far?Frevola is swarming Valdez 6 goddamn knockdowns#UFC270— Ripe_Bon_Gamin (@Masochist_Jack) January 23, 2022
Record for knockdowns in the UFC is 5, by Forrest Petz v. Sammy Morgan (2006) and Jeremy Stephens v. Gilbert Melendez (2017). That's in a FIGHT. Frevola had 4 if not 5 in a round. #UFC270— Jay Anders????n (@CageSideJay) January 23, 2022
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