Julija Stoliarenko opened up tonight’s UFC 276 fight card from Las Vegas, Nevada in a big way.
It took just 42 seconds for Stoliarenko to manipulate the arm of her opponent, Jessica-Rose Clark in the first fight on the early-prelims from the T-Mobile Arena, forcing the fight to end. While there is no official medical diagnosis available as of press time, it did appear as if Clark’s was dislocated as a result of the first-round armbar.
The victory, was the second-fastest submission in the women’s bantamweight division’s history behind Ronda Rousey’s 14-second win over Cat Zingano in 2015.
What a start to tonight’s card by Julija Stoliarenko 😳
— UFC (@ufc) July 2, 2022
With the victory, Stoliarenko, a former Invicta FC bantamweight champion moves to 10-6 as a professional. The win was her first with the UFC after losing her first three bouts with the promotion.
Clark drops to 11-8 with the loss, her second in a row.
Official result: Julija Stoliarenko defeated Jessica-Rose Clark via submission (armbar) – Round 1, 0:42
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