Lamon Brewster had the finest minute of his career in Chicago on Saturday, and that was all the time he needed to dispose of Andrew Golota and defend his WBO heavyweight title for the second time. Brewster's left hook was responsible for three knockdowns in about sixty seconds, and led to a first-round stoppage of Golota. The second knockdown sent Golota through the ropes. The offical time for the entire bout was just :53 seconds, and it was quite an amazing performance by Brewster considering Golota fought twelve hard rounds and arguably was robbed of decisions against two other current heavyweight titlists, John Ruiz and Chris Byrd in 2004. By contrast, Golota he was completely blown out by Brewster. The only other time Golota was so thoroughly dominated came against the great Lennox Lewis. After looking so vulnerable against Kali Meehan last time out, Brewster had a positively Tysonesque performance tonight. He came in rated #11 by Boxingtalk, but off this performance, he will rocket to #3 in the ratings.