Chas Skelly kicked off tonight’s UFC Fight Night 94 main card in spectacular fashion by scoring a record-setting submission victory over Maximo Blanco.
Kelly immediately rushed after his opponent to begin the fight and landed a jumping body kick that dropped Blanco. Chas quickly pounced on his wounded opponent and locked up a tight guillotine choke. Skelly adjusted the choke and transitioned it in to an anaconda choke that sent Blanco to sleep.
Check out the full 19-second fight below:
Chas Skelly sets a record w/ a :19 second d'arce choke win. The FASTEST submission in UFC/WEC featherweight history! https://t.co/FEqaVhrDYU
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