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Francis Ngannou Breaks World Record for Punching Power


Francis Ngannou Breaks World Record for Punching Power

 

UFC heavyweight Francis Ngannou will face Alistair Overeem at UFC 218. The winner has a big chance to challenge Stipe Miocic for the title.

The Cameroonian-French heavyweight now holds the world record for highest punching power ever measured: 129,161 units.

The previous record was held by kickboxer/MMA fighter Tyrone Spong at 114,000 units.

A compound unit is developed specifically to measure human impact force, it’s based on power(foot-pound per second) and compression energy(in calories).

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