Urijah Faber has had too many impressive wins to say this with certainty, but his work here against Brian Bowles at UFC 139 might be the best finish of his career.
A vicious uppercut starts it all. Faber then lands a smorgasbord of strikes: knee to the chin to drop Bowles, a series of unanswered strikes, knee to the body, devastating elbows, and finally, the submission.
Enjoy this “Killer Finish” from Urijah Faber.
Here’s Luke Rockhold wrecking Paul Bradley in his last fight before taking the Strikeforce belt away from Jacare.
Charlie Brenneman is one of the many victims of hard-hitting Johny Hendricks. Condit, Kampmann, Koscheck, Fitch, Grant, Sadollah…is GSP next?
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Michael Chandler may be known primarily as a wrestler, but he continues to show he’s a vicious striker and a legit Bellator champion.
Here he needs little time to erase David Rickels at Bellator 97.
Watch the Korean Zombie put the hammer down on Leonard Garcia in this “Killer Finish“.
Josh Burkman continues his win streak with an impressive win over former UFC contender Jon Fitch.
Classic PRIDE matchup from 2005: Shogun Rua vs. Rampage Jackson. At the time, Rampage was the established PRIDE vet, with wins over Kevin Randleman, Chuck Liddell and the famous Ricardo Arona slam win. Rampage was also coming off a win over Shogun’s brother, Murilo “Ninja” Rua.
Shogun had been wrecking fighters in his first four PRIDE fights, registering four first-round KOs.
Rebel of Destruction’s Dion Walker and South Side Knockout’s Jorge Ignacio did battle in a 170-lb. match at Total Fight Challenge last Friday.
The finish came quickly, and in a brutal fashion. This is definitely one for our “Killer Finishes” section.
Props to Massacre MMA and Paris Kixton for the video. TFC’s Joe Goytia announced that the next event will be July 12, and any fighters interested in being on the card should contact him.
It’s hard to believe that Sokoudjou is still only 28 years old considering he fought in PRIDE. He’d been absent from the cage for all of 2012, until he recently fought in Russia at “Battle of Empires 2″ against Denis Komkin.
Sokoudjou wins his only fight of the year with a “Killer Finish“.
Hector Lombard shook off his sleepy performance in his UFC debut and brought the heat against Rousimar Palhares on Friday night.
Lombard rediscovered the aggressive, stalking style fans came to love, and it paid off in this massive knockout of Rousimar Palhares.