Francis Ngannou showed why he is one of the most feared men in the world with another devastating knockout.
The Cameroon-born Frenchman needed just 20 seconds to KO previously unbeaten rival Jairzinho Rozenstruik.
And he immediately called for a second heavyweight title shot having lost his first attempt against Stipe Miocic in 2018.
Ngannou then lost to Derrick Lewis in a snooze-fest before stringing together four victories which saw him spend less than three minutes in the cage.
And he said: "When he called me out I knew he didn't know what he was doing, he was not ready for me.
"He has a lot of potential obviously but he needs to take a step back and get ready before he takes on someone like me.
"I have been working for hard for 15 weeks on exactly that set-up so it was great team-work.
"I have been expecting to fight for the title but I do not know where the division is right now. I will just see how it goes."
The UFC returned to action after an eight-week absence due to the coronavirus.
The fights in Florida were behind closed doors with fighters and staff having followed a strict safety protocol.
That didn't prevent Jacare Sousa from contracting Covid-19 however and his fight with Uriah Hall was pulled from the card.
In the co-main event, Henry Cejudo retained his bantamweight title with a second-round stoppage of Dominick Cruz.
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