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Most Brutal Guillotine Choke Of All Time? You Be The Judge

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.

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Eric Kowal

Eric Kowal

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Founder of - After writing for Ultimate MMA magazine and serving as the editor for U.S. Combat Sports, both of which went on hiatus, I decided to venture out on my own and enlist a staff of writers and photographers that could help me achieve my goal of telling stories that would otherwise go untold. We pride ourselves in taking a deeper look into the fighter, and understanding what makes them tick. - #1 Dad, Marine Corps Veteran, 80's and 90's Pro Wrestling Fan, MMA Commentator, Beer Lover, and avid movie watcher. Seriously..... I watch a lot of movies.

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