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Watch the 10 most BRUTAL one-punch KO’s in boxing including Deontay Wilder, Manny Pacquiao and Dillian Whyte

DEONTAY WILDER comes out top in this list of boxing's most devastating one-punch knockouts.

Sky Sports have ranked the top 10 most jaw-dropping hammer blows from some of the sport's biggest names.

Manny Pacquiao's left that floored Ricky Hatton? Check. Dillian Whyte's earth-shuddering hook that put Dereck Chisora down? That's in here too.

Relive the 10 best one-punch KOs in this brilliant clip.

10 - Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton - May 2009

This was named Knockout of the Year by respected Ring magazine.

Pacquiao had already knocked Hatton down twice in the first round when he landed this devastating left - which rendered Hatton unconscious before he even hit the deck - with 10 seconds of the second round left.

9 - Dave Allen vs Nick Webb - July 2018

The White Rhino flattened Webb with a huge overhand right in the fourth round of their bout.

Webb was unbeaten until he was sent crashing through the ropes, eventually being rescued by his corner and the ref.

8 - Wayne Alexander vs Takaloo - September 2004

Croydon star Alexander lifted the World Boxing Union middleweight title after clobbering Takaloo with a massive left hook in the second round.

7 - Ashley Sexton vs Usman Ahmed - January 2010

Sexton landed the English flyweight title with one of the knockouts of the year.

Even more impressively, the mega first-round hit came in what was only Sexton's ninth pro fight.

6 - Callum Smith vs Luke Blackledge - December 2016

Blackledge was on the offensive when Smith landed a whopping left.

The ref rushed immediately to help the stricken Blackledge and put him in the recovery position after the 10th-round KO.

5 - Dmitry Bivol vs Trent Broadhurst - November 2017

Only 400 people were on hand to see Bivol batter Broadhurst with a first-round KO at a casino in Monte Carlo.

Broadhurst was left a bloody mess after the vicious right hand, which saw Bivol retain his WBA light heavyweight title.

4 - Audley Harrison vs Michael Sprott - April 2010

Harrison became European heavyweight champ after this final-round hammer blow.

The Brit was behind on all three scorecards and seemingly heading for the end of his career when he sent Sprott to the floor with a big left.

3 - Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora - December 2018

Brit pair were going toe to toe for 11 brutal rounds before Body Snatcher finished it with a monumental left hook.

Chisora was flat on his back, motionless, after being on the wrong end of the whopping punch.

2 - Carl Froch vs George Groves - May 2014

Ring magazine named Froch's punch in the eighth round of their epic rematch the Knockout of the Year.

Froch originally went for it with a left hook but Groves blocked it with his gloves - only for The Cobra to send him sprawling with a pulverising right hook to the chin.

1 - Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz - November 2019

He might not be able to get the better of Tyson Fury, but ex-WBC king Wilder is not known as the biggest finisher in boxing for nothing.

Here he displayed all of his customary power with a cataclysmic right flush to Ortiz's face.

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