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Video: Fighter with 10-inch height advantage gets brutally KO’d at LFA 67

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Teejay Britton’s height advantage was all for naught against Solo Hatley Jr.

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While it may be a weekend devoid of major MMA events, we did have Legacy Fighting Alliance 67 take place on Friday night in Branson, Missouri, and fans were treated to a few impressive finishes.

Teejay Britton (5-2) may be a featherweight, but he stands a preposterous 6’4” tall and apparently was once on the practice squad of the NBA’s Houston Rockets. His opponent, Solo Hatley Jr (6-1), is just 5’6”, making for a height disparity of ten inches.

That factoid proved to be of no use for Britton, as Hatley Jr was able to clock him with a right hand-left hook combo just two minutes into the opening round. Britton crashed to the canvas, and then Hatley Jr pounced with several hammerfists to send Britton to sleep.

Watch the video below:

And speaking of knockouts, you should check out this head kick by featherweight T.J. Brown against Ken Beverly, with Beverly pressed into wrestling the referee after the fight was stopped.