In a stunning display of skill and power, Chinese mixed martial artist Tianhao Feng delivered a brutal flying knee knockout to former Pancrase flyweight champion Ryuichi Miki at the recent WLF MMA 70 event in Zhengzhou, China.
The intense flyweight bout showcased both athletes trading vicious blows from the opening bell. The back-and-forth battle reached its peak in the middle of the first round when Feng, with a 13-win streak, cornered Miki after a series of combinations. Sensing an opportunity, Feng unleashed a powerful flying knee that connected with precision, leaving Miki unconscious.
The referee quickly intervened, stopping the match as Feng followed up with ground-and-pound to ensure Miki couldn’t recover. Feng’s victory via first-round knockout marked his 14th consecutive win, emphasizing his dominance in the flyweight division.
With an active record of 15 wins, 2 losses, and 1 draw, Tianhao Feng has competed eight times in 2023 alone. In contrast, Ryuichi Miki’s record now stands at 21 wins, 13 losses, and 4 draws. Feng’s impressive performance adds another highlight to his successful year and solidifies his position as a rising star in Chinese MMA.