Jamie Mullarkey needs only 46 seconds to finish Khama Worthy at UFC 260
Jamie Mullarkey opens up the UFC 260 main card with a knockout victory.
UFC 260 takes place tonight from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas with the main featuring a heavyweight championship rematch between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou.
Kicking off the main card will be lightweight’s Jamie Mullarkey and Khama Worthy.
Mullarkey (12-4) is looking to get his first victory inside of the octagon. The Australian started his career with a 11-2 record to earn a UFC contract, but since joining the promotion in 2019, Mullarkey is 0-2. He is UFC losses come to Brad Ridell and Fares Ziam
Worthy (16-7) is looking to rebound off of a loss to Ottman Azaitar in September of 2020. That loss snapped a seven-fight winning streak. Worthy is 2-1 in the UFC with his victories coming over Devonte Smith and Luis Peña.
Here’s how the Mullarkey and Worthy fight went down with a round-by-round breakdown and scoring. For a full list of UFC 260 result, click here.
Mullarkey lands first with a nice over hand right that lands clean.
Moments later Mullarkey lands another beautiful right man and this time it finds the chin. Right on the botton. As soon as the punch lands, Worthy’s legs give out and falls face first into the canvas and the referee waves off the fight.
Mullarkey gets his first career UFC victory and he does it in style.
Official Result: Jamie Mullarkey defeats Khama Worthy by KO – Round 1 (0:46)