- Naseem Hamed vs Said Lawal (1996)
Defending his WBO world featherweight title Hamed floored Lawal with his first punch, then ended it with his second at 35 seconds.
- Pongsaklek Wonjongkam vs Daisuke Naito (2002)
Wonjongkam recorded the fastest stoppage in flyweight championship history when he blew out Naito in 34 seconds.
- Mike Tyson vs Marvis Frazier (1986)
Joe Frazier’s son was stunned with a right hand before Tyson floored him with a left uppercut, prompting the referee’s intervention after just 30 seconds.
- Bernard Hopkins vs Steve Frank (1996)
Hopkins made a blistering first defence of his IBF world middleweight title by stopping Frank in 24 seconds with a devastating three-punch combo.
- Chris Eubank vs Reginaldo Dos Santos (1990)
Two months before his unforgettable first fight with Nigel Benn, Eubank brushed aside Dos Santos in 20 seconds.
- Gerald McClellan vs Jay Bell (1993)
Fresh off his win over Julian Jackson, McClellan produced the fastest win in middleweight championship history by dispatching Bell with a body shot in 20 seconds.
- David Tua vs John Ruiz (1996)
Then unbeaten, Tua blitzed Ruiz with a series of hooks, knocking him out in 19 seconds.
- Daniel Jimenez vs Harald Geier (1994)
Jimenez needed just one punch and 17 seconds to defend his WBO world super-bantamweight title against Geier.
- Al Couture vs Ralph Walton (1946)
Walton, apparently distracted by his coach who has telling him he wasn’t wearing a gumshield, was flattened by Couture instantly. It was over in 10.5 seconds.
- Phil Williams vs Brandon Burke (2007)
Burke, wearing some questionable shorts, sprinted out of his corner only to walk into a right hand which floored him. The fight was stopped after just 10 seconds.