Kamaru Usman recently looked back at his UFC 261 highlight-reel KO of Jorge Masvidal. 'The Nigerian Nightmare' revealed that the strike was the cleanest punch he has ever landed during an official fight.
In a post on Instagram, Usman shared a snippet of himself while in conversation with Shannon Sharpe on the Club Shay Shay podcast, Usman offered fans some insight into his iconic KO of 'Gamebred'.
Watch the clip below:
During his interaction with Sharpe, the UFC welterweight kingpin admitted that he frequently warned his opponents of the danger that he posed inside the octagon as the 'judge, jury and executioner'. Here's what he had to say about the same while in conversation with Shannon Sharpe.
"That was the cleanest in competition that just flush landed, sent all that sweat flying and everything. You got to send them all. When these guys talk, and I tell it to all these guys, I am the judge, the jury and executioner when we step inside that octagon," said Usman.
Check out Kamaru Usman's interaction with Shannon Sharpe below:
Usman recorded his iconic KO of Jorge Masvidal in their most recent outing inside the octagon together. The two featured in a welterweight main event clash at UFC 261 back in April 2021. Usman landed the historic strike in the second round of their clash, putting Jorge Masvidal away for good.
Kamaru Usman reveals what he might do after his fighting days are over
Kamaru Usman has featured on the commentary team for Khabib Nurmagomedov's Eagle FC alongside Chael Sonnen and Henry Cejudo.
While in conversation with The Schmo at Eagle FC 46, 'The Nigerian Nightmare' admitted that he was considering a move to commentating and calling fights once his stint in the octagon came to an end.
"I love doing that. It's something I've been doing for a while now and I want to, of course, grow in the sport. I mean, not in the sport, but grow in this field because you know you can't fight forever and you know this is kind of just preparation for the next venture of my life," said Usman.
Catch Usman's interaction with The Schmo below: