For the second time in two days, Jake Gyllenhaal has shocked the UFC community with a stunning "knockout" victory on the UFC 285 undercard. When the Hollywood star showed up at the weigh-in on Saturday, where he was filming a scene for the remake of the cult classic movie Road House, everyone took notice. The 1989 movie stars Patrick Swayze as a roadside bar bouncer who battles a villainous tycoon. The plot will be reimagined in the 2023 version with Gyllenhaal's character, a former UFC fighter, playing the lead role. The UFC also desired a piece of the action. Gyllenhaal, who portrays Elwood Dalton, astounded fans by offering his opinion.cutting an incredibly shredded figure for the middleweight championship match against champion Jax Harris in the hypothetical. Then on Sunday (AEDT), the 42-year-old once more dazzled the UFC crowd by entering the octagon at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to shoot a different scenario. A pumped-up Gyllenhall was seen making a grand entrance into the ring before he went on to defeat his opponent with a devastating knockout. In the fictitious middleweight match, Jay Hieron, who was playing Harris, was his opponent. Gyllenhaal prevailed in the staged brawl after taking a few strikes before attacking Hieron with an uppercut and a flying knee kick. He even added more blows to finish the job and pushed the referee away when he attempted to intervene to break up the brawl. Famous UFC commentator Bruce Buffer and MMA referee Chris Tognoni were also there. Gyllenhaal and Hieron, who were co-stars in the earlier weigh-in scene, got into a fight that concluded with the actor slapping his opponent. Conor McGregor also interrupted the UFC weigh-in while he was on stage, so Gyllenhaal wasn't the only one to do so.