Riddle explained that his knockout of Dan Simmler during season seven of "The Ultimate Fighter" caused more long-term damage, which perhaps made the knockout more impressive than Hall's stunning KO of Adam Cella.
"I think [Hall's] knockout was definitely one of the flashiest and hard-hitting knockouts," Riddle said. "Usually knockouts that happen that way aren't as hard-hitting as that. It was a really impressive knockout and he did a lot of damage with that kick. That said, when I was on season seven, I broke that dude's jaw in three places and gave him a level three concussion which means he had amnesia and he didn't remember six months of his life."
Riddle explained that Simmler suffered some memory loss and needed to have his jaw wired shut, while Cella's memory returned just moments after Hall knocked him out.
"So that guy (Adam Cella) got his memory back in an hour, my guy didn't get his memory back for six months and he had his jaw wired for six months," Riddle explained. "So I think his knockout was definitely fancier and definitely way prettier, but medically and in long term damage, I still hold the record."
Riddle fights Che Mills on Feb. 16 at UFC on Fuel TV 7.