(Video) Anthony Smith wobbles like a scene out of Scooby doo at UFC Vegas 83

In a compelling display at UFC Vegas 83, Khalil Rountree Jr. secured a resounding knockout victory, making a profound statement in the promotion’s light heavyweight division.

The co-main event featured a riveting clash between Rountree and Anthony Smith, unfolding at the UFC Apex Facility in Enterprise, Nevada. Rountree, riding a four-fight win streak with three TKO triumphs, showcased his striking prowess, dominating the first two rounds of the fight.

As the final round commenced, Rountree delivered a knockout in the opening minute, marking a decisive end to the contest. In his post-fight interview with Paul Felder, the 33-year-old expressed his desire for a matchup against the reigning light heavyweight champion, Alex Pereira.

“The only thing I wanna do is fight Alex Pereira. I know that I have others that I need to possibly fight, but I think that’s a fight that the fans would wanna see,” he asserted.

Rountree’s victory ignited a flurry of reactions from the MMA community. Social media buzzed with discussions about the impressive performance and the potential showdown with Pereira. Notably, one observer highlighted Rountree’s sportsmanship, acknowledging his decision to refrain from unnecessary strikes on a downed opponent.

“Rountree kindly held back on the murder shot there,” remarked a fan, emphasizing the tactfulness displayed by ‘The War Horse’ in his strategic finish.

The sentiment echoed as another voice in the MMA community expressed anticipation for a clash between Rountree and Pereira.

“Hell yeah, the fans would want to see Khalil Rountree Jr. vs. Alex Pereira,” resonated the enthusiasm of fans eager for compelling matchups in the light heavyweight division.

As Rountree continues to make waves in the UFC, the anticipation for future bouts, especially against a formidable opponent like Pereira, adds an exciting layer to the evolving narrative in the light heavyweight category.