UFC 250: Fighters react to the finishes of the night

O'Malley not surprised by knockout win (1:04)

Sean O'Malley says he envisioned himself knocking out Eddie Wineland in the first round of UFC 250, which is a reason why he was calm afterward. (1:04)

The "Suga Show" appears to be must-see viewing.

Aljamain Sterling and Cody Garbrandt weren't too shabby, either, at UFC 250 on Saturday night.

All three bantamweights earned impressive victories, with the 25-year-old O'Malley making the first statement in Las Vegas. Considered by many to be one of MMA's top prospects and the No. 2 fighter in ESPN's rankings of the top 25 fighters under 25 years old in 2019, O'Malley recorded a first-round, one-punch knockout of veteran Eddie Wineland.

The stiff right-hand shot from O'Malley certainly wowed longtime color analyst Joe Rogan, who on the ESPN+ pay-per-view said, "That may have been the greatest walkaway KO we've ever seen."

That devastating blow got a challenger soon after, courtesy of Garbrandt.

The former UFC bantamweight champ ended a three-fight skid with a right hook at the end of Round 2 that knocked Raphael Assuncao out cold.

In between those KOs was Sterling's victory over Cory Sandhagen in a fight that likely determined the division's top title contender.

Sterling took Sandhagen down early and ended the fight with a rear-naked choke just 1 minute, 28 seconds into the first round.

Those performances had social media buzzing, with UFC fighters heaping praise on all three fighters.

Garbrandt's KO even had "Iron" Mike Tyson impressed ...

Sterling's effort had some fighters making the case for him to fight for the bantamweight crown next ...

O'Malley added to his growing highlight reel, and his peers took notice ...