Former UFC bantamweight challenger, Sijara Eubanks has landed back at the flyweight limit with a victory — stopping promotional newcomer, Elise Reed with a series of flurrying ground strikes in the opening round of their UFC Vegas 32 preliminary bout.

Eubanks, a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter 26 back in 2017 — returned to the flyweight limit for the first time since November of 2018 at UFC 230 where she scored a unanimous decision win over veteran division mainstay, Roxanne Modafferi.

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Immediately imposing her will and sheer size advantage inside the Octagon, the Massachusetts native secured an early takedown against Reed before unloading with a series of ground strikes.

With just over a minute and change remaining in the opening round, the 36-year-old forced referee, Mark Smith to call a halt to proceedings as she winged at Reed with multiple hooks having sliced and blackened the latter’s right eye with elbows earlier in the round.

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Below, catch the highlights from Eubanks’ devastating victory over Reed.