If you placed a 30/1 shot bet on Anthony ‘Flurry’ Hernandez stopping Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu player, Rodolfo Vieira via submission — cash your tickets. In an incredible performance from the Californian — he rallied from a couple of opening minute submission attempts from the grappling ace to submit Vieira in the second with a shocking guillotine.

Vieira, a twelve-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion and a black belt under Julio Cesar Pereira attempted to lock up both arm-triangles and armbars in the opening minute or two of the first frame, with Hernandez conceivably believed to be under the cosh severely.

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Completely fatigued at the culmination of the opening round after his failed submission attempts and some sharp striking on the feet from Hernandez, Vieira, a seven-time Abu Dhabi World Cup gold medalist failed to regain a head of steam in the second, with Hernandez sprawling off the back of a frail takedown attempt — before locking up a taut guillotine, eventually forcing the tap. Career-highlight victory for the 27-year-old.

Below, check out the highlights from Hernandez’s submission win over Vieira.

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