Yeah, guess Duffee knows how the other guy feels with Overeem's quick ko:
Overeem nearly breaks a sweat; Nagashima, Mousasi win in special rules fights
UFC veteran Todd Duffee took his DREAM interim heavyweight championship fight with Alistair Overeem on short-notice, but he was sent home with even less warning.
Duffee charges across the ring at the opening bell, but Overeem stood firm in the face of the charge and set up his striking attack. After a few missed punches from Duffee, Overeem delivered a stunning right hand to the temple and a knockout left hook to the chin that saw his opponent fall through the ropes on the way to the canvas.
The whole process took just 14 seconds.
With the win, Overeem (34-11) wraps up a stellar 2010 in which he defended the Strikeforce heavyweight title, claimed the K-1 World Grand Prix title and now the DREAM interim heavyweight championship. Meanwhile, Duffee (6-2), while certainly to be commended for taking on such a tall order, is now winless in his past two outings.
In a unique mixed rules match, DREAM lightweight champion Shinya Aoki made a mockery of K-1 kickboxing regulations for the three-minute opening round.