It took longer for Anthony Goldfield to be introduced than it did for the Glory MMA fighter to dispose of Max Humphrey back at KCFA 29.
Goldfield needed just 16 seconds and two big-time strikes to score his third career win in four fights. The event took place from Independence, Missouri back on July 29.
Humphrey, who trains out of the Jackson-Wink MMA gym, survived the first knockdown, but when he was planted a second time moments later, the referee decided that was enough.
Goldfield is a 27-year-old who went 5-5 in 10 amateur fights before turning pro. He has now won two straight, as he was making his pro debut for the KCFA after three pro and four amateur fights with Shamrock FC in 2016 and 2017.
Three years ago, Goldfield fought for KCFA at KCFA 14, falling to Wayne Jordan as an amateur. As you can see in the video above, his return to the promotion went much better this time around.