Relive that moment when one of the best Muay Thai practitioners in North America was put out cold.
Hisaki Kato, a relatively unknown Japanese karate fighter, turned the lights out on Joe Schilling with a one punch knockout at 34 seconds of the second round at Bellator 139. Schilling was unconscious before he hit the ground and Kato finished with another punch on the canvas. This knockout was so violent that Schilling was removed from the Bellator: Dynamite card on that is slated to happen later this year.
Kato (5-1) was a +450 underdog when the betting line closed. Schilling (2-5) has now lost two straight in Bellator after knocking out Melvin Manhoef last November.
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