Jonathan Goulet has proven one thing over his career—even with nine knockout losses, you can still get work inside the ring.
At TKO 29 Goulet's fault ended in the most ironic way possible. Goulet, who has come to show he has a glass chin, actually knocked out his opponent, Travis Axworthy, within the first 11 seconds.
Goulet came out with one impressive kick and knocked out Axworthy cold. Axworthy was going for a kick and left his face completely open.
That, kids, is why you leave your hands up when you throw a kick, otherwise you end up looking at the ceiling like Axworthy.
Goulet was a veteran of the UFC at the time and had amassed a 17-7 record with one no contest going into the fight.
Since the fight with Axworthy, Goulet went back to the UFC and went 2-2, earning "Fight of the Night" honors at UFC 83 in a win over Kuniyoshi Hironaka.
Goulet is now 23-12 with one no contest and has most recently fought for the promotion, Ringside MMA after losing two in a row and being cut from the UFC. Goulet went 4-5 during his three stints with the UFC.
After his loss to Goulet, Axworthy went on to lose his next three straight fights, all by way of submission in the first round. Axworthy hasn't professionally graced a cage or ring in MMA since his 2008 loss to Chad Cox at PFP - Last Man Standing.
Axworthy holds a career record of 3-4.