WBO world bantamweight champion Zolani Tete wants to unify the bantamweight division. Photo: Reuters

After his demolition job in Belfast, Zolani “Last Born” Tete is ready and waiting for the biggest fight of his career – challenging Northern Irishman Ryan Burnett in a unification bout.

The 29-year-old Tete made history on Saturday night when he produced the fastest ever knockout in world championship fight, flattening Siboniso Gonya in 11 seconds in a WBO bantamweight bout.

Tete, after a few “dances”, went in for a big right hand that landed flush on the face of Gonya and sent him flying to the canvas – and he didn’t move for a while.

The referee called off proceedings within seconds, and medical officials rushed into the ring to attend to Gonya.

But Tete has bigger fish to fry, and wants to have a shot at Burnett – who is the current WBA and IBF bantamweight champion – in what would be a dream unification bout.

Tete arrived back in South Africa on Monday, and spoke to the media about the Gonya knockout and his hopes of taking on Burnett.

Zolani Tete speaks about his incredible knockout of Siboniso Gonya.

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