You wouldn’t last five seconds in the ring with Veronica Rothenhausler. Seriously, Rothenhausler’s last two fights have lasted a combined 10 seconds.
She knocked out Noelle Cherry in five seconds.
Then, at Tuff-N-Uff, she knocked out Ashlee Evans-Smith in, yes, just five seconds.
Rothenhausler’s speedy victory earned her the 145 lb Title at Tuff-N-Uff’s FESTIBRAWL.
After the match, Rothenhausler said:
“It felt great. It felt like I did what I was trained to do. That’s my thing. I’m a stand-up fighter. I have power, and I just want to use it.”
Rothenhausler, who currently uses the nickname “the heartbreaker,” is fighting on the amateur circuit and has won her last three matches. Her first match against Kaitlyn Johnson lasted a little longer than 5 seconds. Rothernhausler won by KO in two minutes.
Here’s a video of Veronica Rothenhausler, the five second fighter, at Tuff ‘N Uff. (The video is about 10 minutes long. The fight is about 5 seconds long. If you just want to see the knock out, skip to the 5:54 mark.)
Do you think Veronica Rothenhausler should take her amateur talents to the next level? Do you think she should ditch the “heartbreaker” nickname in favor of “the five second fighter?”