It was finishes galore on the UFC Vegas 11 preliminary card with the likes of Damon Jackson, Randy Costa and Jessica-Rose Clark putting in work.
Saturday's undercard fighters turned in a 75 percent finish rate with a 3-3 split between knock outs and submissions.
David Dvorak (no. 14) def. Jordan Espinosa (no. 13) by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Dvorak made easy work of Espinosa, chewing up the leg over the course of 15 minutes.
Damon Jackson def. Mirsad Bektic by submission via guillotine choke (1:21, R3)
Jackson slapped on tight guillotine-after-tight guillotine and, despite controlling the fight, Bektic's luck ran out in round three.
Mayra Bueno Silva def. Mara Romero Borella by submission via arm bar (2:29, R1)
Borella was out of her depth against Bueno Silva on the ground, surviving an initial triangle attempt before succuming to the armbar shortly after. Borella looked a little too comfortable in her opponent's guard until her arm wasn't.
Jessica-Rose Clark def. Sarah Alpar by TKO via strikes (4:21, R3)
Clark basically beat Alpar twice. Miss Jessy Jess landed a legal, nose-shattering knee that immediately had referee Chris Tognoni involved. Tognoni, who botched the Mike Rodrigez-Ed Herman fight last week, checked the replay, ruled the blow was legal and then... continued the fight? Poor Alpar survived a couple minutes longer in one should have been ruled an immediate TKO.
Darrick Minner def. TJ Laramie by submission via guillotine choke (0:52, R1)
Minner's highly-touted submission game was apparently lost on Laramie, who quickly found himself in an ultra-tight guillotine. The tap came moments later.
Randy Costa def. Journey Newson by KO via head kick (0:41, R1)
Blink and you would have missed Costa blast Newson to another dimension with a sub-one-minute head kick KO.
Andre Ewell def. Irwin Rivera by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Bad luck continued for anyone named Rivera at UFC Vegas 11. Ewell handily led a fight that should have been a unanimous decision for him.
Tyson Nam def. Jerome Rivera by TKO via strikes (0:34, R2)
Nam put the pressure on in round one and made a small adjustment in the second to quickly and definitively put away Rivera.
UFC Vegas 11 takes place on Saturday, September 19 from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada with Colby Covington and Tyron Woodley headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which streams live on ESPN+.