This Saturday the UFC held in Sydney one of the longest events of its history, with over 3 hours of fighting across 13 bouts, with 10 decided by the judges. But jiu-jitsu stepped in to buck the trend a bit.
In the preliminary card, Nik Lentz faced former Bellator lightweight champion Will Brook. After some intense short-distance striking, Brooks went for the waist, attempting to get the fight on the ground. An alert Lentz then locked a guillotine in place in mid-fall, and the adjustment was so well done that, as he turned his hips to get on top, the pressure was such that Brooks tapped out.
Watch the move play out in this video.