Jim Miller, a seasoned lightweight veteran, has completed a unique feat in UFC history, as he knocked out Jesse Butler in mere 23 seconds on Saturday at UFC Vegas 74 event.

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Miller scored a brutal knockout over Jesse Butler in the first round, establishing his position as the first mixed martial artist to reach 25 UFC wins in his career.

The video of the KO went viral in no time.

As can be seen in the video, the 39-year-old Jim Miller showcased his striking prowess in the Octagon against Jesse Butler. As the battle went, Miller carefully pushed Butler towards the edge of the Octagon. Seizing the chance, Miller fired a hard left strike, delivering a devastating blow that rendered Butler unconscious.

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After the fight, Miller in an interview said, “I appreciate the heck out of Jesse, he came in here on just over two days’ notice”, and “I had a great camp, feeling good. When I’m on, I am dangerous for anybody in the world.”

Miller also said, “I put the goal out there to get to 300”, and “I want to end my career the way I started my career and that’s fighting as often as I can. At this point in my career, I just want to have good fights.”

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With his victory over Jesse Butler, Jim Miller has improved his impressive career record to 36 wins and 17 losses.

As the quick knockout video surfaced on the internet. Many users shared their reactions to it. One user tweeted on the video, “Was that dude a real fighter or someone they pulled from the stands😂.”

“You would never see my idol like this ☝️☝️” another user tweeted.

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Millar with this victory has now won the last four matches out of the five, since 2011.