Roy Nelson KOs Dave Herman in 0:51 seconds of 1st round

source: mmaweekly.com
 

A right hand that apparently that everyone knows is coming and very few can stop it, and at UFC 146 Dave Herman was added to the list of fighters who couldn’t Roy Nelson from landing it.

Some would say that Saturday night was almost make or break for former Ultimate Fighter winner Roy Nelson after dropping three out of his last four fights.

He wasn’t thinking about that however as he was just heading into Saturday night looking for a win and to appease the fans in attendance.

Well, he did just that and more.

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Dave Herman Vs. Roy "Big Country" Nelson
Fight was scheduled for 3 rounds (5x5x5)
Name Dave Herman No Headshot Available
Height 6′ 5″ (195.58 cm)
Weight 240 (108.86 kg)
Record 20-3-0
Team F1 Fight Team
VS
Name Roy Nelson <a href=Roy Nelson" />
Height 6′ 1″ (185.42 cm)
Weight 265 (120.2 kg)
Record 16-7-0
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Roy Nelson defeated Dave Herman via Knockout (Punches, 1st Round, 0:51)

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ChucoV site profile image  

5/27/12 8:17 PM by ChucoV

It was a good stoppage. Herman was unconscious, and the ref saved him from more punishment. Good call.

boulder40 site profile image  

5/27/12 7:38 PM by boulder40

yeah usually he suffocates them with his belly... like i said dave wasnt out and should of had a chance to recover.. if you watch the gif going around he knew exactly where he was and didnt try to grab mazz like other fighters that are dased or out then in quickly... also he jumped up instantly and walked away completely aware and not wobbling like other fighters which is further more proof that he could have...maybe survived at least a little longer.. and like i said the result would prolly be the same i just thing it was early

boulder40 site profile image  

5/27/12 7:38 PM by boulder40

yeah usually he suffocates them with his belly... like i said dave wasnt out and should of had a chance to recover.. if you watch the gif going around he knew exactly where he was and didnt try to grab mazz like other fighters that are dased or out then in quickly... also he jumped up instantly and walked away completely aware and not wobbling like other fighters which is further more proof that he could have...maybe survived at least a little longer.. and like i said the result would prolly be the same i just thing it was early

boulder40 site profile image  

5/27/12 7:32 PM by boulder40

how th hell you call throwing one punch and catching someone square a dismantling? maybe if nelson methodiclly landed strike after strike i would agree with your comment but that didnt happen... so nice try

inf0 site profile image  

5/27/12 1:26 PM by inf0

 It's true. A real fighter always wants a second chance after being dismantled.

biggator site profile image  

5/27/12 1:22 PM by biggator

anyone that wants that fight to continue is no friend of pee wee. have you seen what happens when big country gets top control? ref saved him some damage and embarrassment. would have been pounded on from mount then subed by roy

biggator site profile image  

5/27/12 1:22 PM by biggator

take your ko and get better.

ENZO007 site profile image  

5/27/12 12:56 AM by ENZO007

There was no way in hell Herman was going to win bouncing around throwing those kicks... It was just a matter of time before Roy measured him up for that KO punch. Herman was standing upright, chin in the air, throwing nothing but bullshit kicks that weren't going to do any damage much less stop Roy from coming forward... Horrible game plan

boulder40 site profile image  

5/27/12 12:45 AM by boulder40

i agrre with everything but the last thing you said i tihnk it was premature... do i think it would have had a different outcome.. NO but i would have liked for herman to get a chance and i dont feel he got it.... agian maybe i am biased bc this has happened to me and i know dave and have trained with him

Braziliant site profile image  

5/27/12 12:38 AM by Braziliant

So a stoppage due to assumption is called a good stoppage? I don't know about you, but it definitely looked like Herman would make an effort to defend those potential punches had the fight went on. Bad stoppage.