Sports Watch: Holm puts Correia away with 3rd-round head kick KO

18:50  17 june  2017
18:50  17 june  2017 Source:

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Holly Holm is at it again. The former women's bantamweight champion brought back memories of her incredible win over Ronda Rousey with a third- round head - kick knockout of Bethe Correia in the main event of UFC Fight Night 111 in Kallang, Singapore on Saturday.

After two slow-paced rounds of tentative striking that were only slightly in Holm 's favor, "The Preacher's Daughter" unloaded on Correia with a head kick that immediately caused the Brazilian to crumple to the canvas. Watch : Nate Diaz pulls out joint at UFC Austin.

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