Watch The Fastest Knockout In A Championship Fight In Boxing History

Aubrey Yates
November 21, 2017

Tete put the WBO bantamweight belt on the line against fellow South African Siboniso Gonya in Belfast on Saturday, and he stopped Gonya with the first punch he threw at him, winning by knockout (duh) just 11 seconds into the fight.

Referee Phil Edwards picked up the count only to stop and called the medical personnel to attend to the stricken challenger.

"I was anxious about him and I could not even celebrate after knocking him out".

"I knew Gonya wasn't going to last". "I won in the first round!"

Tete is not new to quick ending bouts having once knocked out homeboy Xolile Ngemntu in 10 seconds before. "But I can turn the lights out with either hand".

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Burnett holds the IBF and WBA crowns but is promoted by the rival of Tete's promoter Eddie Hearn which might make a unification bout a bit tricky.

"I would love to fight Ryan Burnett".

Welp, that's over. We'll never get to see how Tete's conditioning was for the match, but I guess you don't need to be ready to run the whole match if you're capable of laying a guy out in 11 seconds.

Zolani Tete and Sibonyiso Gonya - made boxing history at the weekend in Northern Ireland.

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