Cory Sandhagen viciously KOs Frankie Edgar -

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What was expected to be a big clash of potential title fighters ended in a violent fashion! Cory Sandhagen landed a jumping knee just 28 seconds into the contest that knocked Frankie Edgar completely unconscious. It was a highlight-reel knockout for the ages!

Round one of the UFC Vegas 18 co-main event begins and Frankie Edgar comes forward quickly and lands a low kick. Sandhagen circles along the fence. He steps in with a flying knee and this one is all over. Edgar is out cold.

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Edgar was out instantly and took a dead fall to the canvas. As Sandhagen casually walked away after the 28-second victory, referee Keith Peterson frantically waved to the doctors to get into the cage to attend to Edgar.