By Mike Chiappetta | source: MMAJunkie
It was a long time between octagon appearances for Todd Duffee, but the massive heavyweight returned with a vengeance at UFC 155.
Displaying the power that made him an intriguing prospect his first time around, Duffee knocked out Phil De Fries at 2:04 of the first round.
“Two years is a long time,” he said afterward. “I’m happy to be back.”
Back in his comfort zone, he soon changed the momentum of the bout by landing a crushing uppercut. A second one knocked De Fries back towards the fence, where Duffee swarmed him with a barrage of power shots until De Fries crumpled to the ground and the referee had seen enough to call a halt to the action.
“It awesome,” Duffee said. “I heard right hand, right hand, right hand, and I kept throwing it.”