Ulysses “Monster” Diaz, more commonly known to his friend as Uly Diaz, has done it once again.
The world-record holder for ‘fastest knockout in combat sports’ earned his first-ever career submission victory while competing on short notice at Titan FC 74 in Miami, Florida.
Diaz, most well-known for scoring a 3-second knockout of Donelei Benedetto at Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship 14 in November 2020, returned to mixed martial arts action tonight, for the first time since 2019.
It took just 116 seconds for Diaz to submit Lazaro Perez with a guillotine tonight at the Hyatt Regency in Miami, Titan FC‘s co-main event on UFC Fight Pass.
Diaz fight tonight comes less than two weeks after he defeated Sawyer Depee by way of second round knockout at BKFC: Knuckle Mania 2 on February 19. It was “Monster’s” first MMA bout since he defeated Steven Chesnik at Titan FC 58 in December 2019.
Watch the win at the clip below:
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Uly Diaz moves to 2-0 in MMA with tonight’s victory. He also a 3-1 in bare knuckle, and has years of experience in professional boxing, a true combat sports athlete.
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