Exploring Francis Ngannou's World Record Punch Power: 'The Predator's Remarkable Strength



Exploring Francis Ngannou’s World Record Punch Power: ‘The Predator’s Remarkable Strength

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Francis Ngannou, a globally renowned mixed martial artist, has earned the reputation of being the most devastating striker across all combat sports. Hailing from Cameroon, this French powerhouse burst onto the UFC scene in December 2015, leaving a trail of knockout victories in his wake, with 12 out of his 17 career wins via knockout.

Ngannou’s incredible strength was further solidified in 2018 when he set a record for the world’s most powerful punch. This feat was achieved through testing on a PowerKube machine, which assesses the force, speed, and precision of a punch. The results were nothing short of astounding. His overhand right strike measured a staggering 129,161 units, while his off-balance uppercut registered at 122,000 units. His speed power equated to 51,064 foot-pounds per second, akin to the horsepower of a family wagon.

Even strongman legend Eddie Hall attempted to break Ngannou’s record, but fell short with a peak punch power of 113,999 units. Ngannou’s dominance is unshaken.

After his departure from the UFC, Ngannou has secured a lucrative boxing match against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. This clash of titans is set for October 28th in Riyadh, promising an electrifying showdown of extraordinary strength.



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