Watch UFC 290 star score sensational and 'SCARY' ONE-PUNCH KO which leaves Joe Rogan absolutely stunned | The Sun

JESUS SANTOS AGUILAR scored a sensational one-punch KO on the UFC 290 prelims which left commentator Joe Rogan absolutely stunned.

The 27-year-old bantamweight locked horns with Shannon Ross on Saturday night in the second prelim fight of the stacked Las Vegas card.

And he won the battle of Dana White's Contenders Series alum in what can only be described as double-quick time.

The Mexican flatlined Ross with his FIRST punch of the night – landing a beautiful overhand right flush on the chin after feinting a jab.

Ross' head bounced off the canvas as his body shut down and the referee immediately waved off the contest.

That sparked joyous scenes from Aguilar, who went into the contest on the back of a submission defeat to Tatsuro Taira.

MMA fans were quick to comment on the stunning knockout, with one saying: "Unbelievable. Aguilar is that guy."

Another said: "Sent him to the shadow realm."

And another said: "Good GOD."

One remarked: "That was such a fast overhand and with power."

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Jesus Santos Aguilar was absolutely buzzing with his maiden UFC winCredit: GETTY
UFC commentator Joe Rogan was left stunned by Aguilar's viral KOCredit: GETTY

Another chimed in: "That was a missile shot."

UFC commentator Joe Rogan was left shocked by the brutal knockout and was quick to express concern for Ross.

He said: "That's really scary. The back of the head like that when a guy is just out cold. He still hasn't got up yet."

Aguilar, understandably, was over the moon after picking up his maiden UFC win in spectacular fashion.

He told Rogan in his post-fight interview: "It was so incredible. This was the best moment of my life.

"I needed to win here. The last time I came out crying. Now it's just going to be happiness."

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