Joe Pyfer dismisses narrative of ‘oiling up Dana White’s a**’ to break Francis Ngannou’s UFC record

Joe PyFer is emerging as the next potential MMA middleweight star in the UFC, having showcased his bout-finishing power with four consecutive wins, including Dana White Contender Series 47. He already has 8 knockout wins and 3 submission victories among his 12 overall wins.

The knockout artist is gaining attention for all his UFC victories coming in under two minutes each. Joe is also claiming to punch harder than Francis Ngannou, who, until now, has been known for having the hardest knockout punch power in the UFC.

Joe Pyfer goes off on haters, discrediting his record.

Ngannou, the former UFC heavyweight champion was once praised for his knockout power, which surprised the UFC boss as it was compared with the Ford Escort hitting speed. So far, no one has been able to reach that mark in the UFC in terms of power.

“Ngannou has the world record for the most powerful punch. His punch is the equivalent of 96 horsepower, which is equal to getting hit by a Ford Escort going as fast as it can,” Dana White said in 2018.

But middleweight fighter Joe Pyfer has something to claim about the UFC’s stats. PyFer is claiming he has more power that can outperform the former UFC heavyweight fighter’s record.

Angry with the statements fans are making about his claim, PyFer said, “This s—t pisses me off.” During UFC Vegas 86 media day, Joe informed reporters about recording the stats on a machine where he claimed to have hit harder than Francis. The 27-year-old emphasized it was the same machine, and with 16-ounce gloves, he demonstrated his power.

Did Joe Pyfer beat Francis Ngannou?

Joe Pyfer is claiming he has performed the task on the same machine where Francis Ngannou’s stats were recorded, and he actually outperformed on that machine not just once but four to five times. Joe said,

“I hit the f—king machine, the same machine, and I hit it with a 16-ounce glove. For all these nerds out there that don’t understand science, I hit it with a 16-ounce glove. That means I didn’t even get to hit it as hard as I could because I had a big pad. So, I broke the record with a big glove; I broke it four or five times,” Joe expressed, via MMA Mania.

On the machine, Ngannou’s stats were recorded at 129161 units, but later the clip revealed Joe Pyfer’s stats, which turned out to be 170218 units. These claims were not officially recorded by any of the UFC officials but by the operator, as Joe confirmed. But after learning about the 27-year-old’s claim, the UFC must be interested in checking the real stats.

What are your thoughts on UFC middleweight fighter Joe Pyfer’s ability to break a heavyweight fighter’s record?


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