The IFL’s Dan Miller sinks in an impressive guillotine choke on Dave Phillips at the IFL World Championship Finals on August 2, 2007.
The submission came a 1:30 in the very first round. Several fights later Miller would debut in the UFC with a victory over Rob Kimmons. He stayed with the UFC from September 2008 until July 2015. Miller has not competed professionally since his last fight, a loss to Trevor Smith at the Ultimate Fighter Season 21 Finale.
Is this the most brutal guillotine choke of all time?
What is a guillotine choke?
The Wikipedia definition describes the guillotine choke, also known as Mae Hadaka Jime in judo, as a chokehold in martial arts and wrestling applied from in front of the opponent. The choke involves using the arms to encircle the opponent’s neck in a fashion similar to a guillotine.Follow MyMMANews.com on Social Media
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