Jose Aldo’s kickboxing trainer scores vicious flying knee KO in Brazil
Jose Aldo’s kickboxing trainer scored a devastating knockout in his return to the rings Friday night. Headlining the WGP 35 event in Fortaleza, Brazil, Emerson Falcao only needed 98 seconds to beat Oscar Vera with a flying knee in a non-title fight.
Lights out! Brutal flying knee K.O on WGP#35. Após 2 anos parado, o campeão @emersonfalcaovieira fez uma volta triunfal e provou novamente o porque é o melhor em sua categoria! #sempreempé #nocaute #knockout #kickboxing
A video posted by WGP Kickboxing (@wgpkickboxing) on Dec 5, 2016 at 6:31am PST
Falcao, who returned to action two years after suffering a leg break and undergoing three surgeries, trains UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo at Nova Uniao in Rio de Janeiro.
Falcao is now set to defend his super lightweight championship (142.1 pounds) against Anderson Buzika, who won the interim belt with a unanimous decision win over Guilherme Sanchos in the co-main event.
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