1. Naseem Hamed vs Said Lawal (1996)

Defending his WBO world featherweight title Hamed floored Lawal with his first punch, then ended it with his second at 35 seconds.

  1. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam vs Daisuke Naito (2002)

Wonjongkam recorded the fastest stoppage in flyweight championship history when he blew out Naito in 34 seconds.

  1. Mike Tyson vs Marvis Frazier (1986)

Joe Frazier’s son was stunned with a right hand before Tyson floored him with a left uppercut, prompting the referee’s intervention after just 30 seconds.

  1. Bernard Hopkins vs Steve Frank (1996)

Hopkins made a blistering first defence of his IBF world middleweight title by stopping Frank in 24 seconds with a devastating three-punch combo.

  1. Chris Eubank vs Reginaldo Dos Santos (1990)

Two months before his unforgettable first fight with Nigel Benn, Eubank brushed aside Dos Santos in 20 seconds.

  1. Gerald McClellan vs Jay Bell (1993)

Fresh off his win over Julian Jackson, McClellan produced the fastest win in middleweight championship history by dispatching Bell with a body shot in 20 seconds.

  1. David Tua vs John Ruiz (1996)

Then unbeaten, Tua blitzed Ruiz with a series of hooks, knocking him out in 19 seconds.

  1. Daniel Jimenez vs Harald Geier (1994)

Jimenez needed just one punch and 17 seconds to defend his WBO world super-bantamweight title against Geier.

  1. Al Couture vs Ralph Walton (1946)

Walton, apparently distracted by his coach who has telling him he wasn’t wearing a gumshield, was flattened by Couture instantly. It was over in 10.5 seconds.

  1. Phil Williams vs Brandon Burke (2007)

Burke, wearing some questionable shorts, sprinted out of his corner only to walk into a right hand which floored him. The fight was stopped after just 10 seconds.