Submission (Neck Crank)
      These guys circled around each other for 15 seconds or so, and then Mai went for the flying guillotine choke. Siller walked him toward the fence, and then slammed the shit out of him, but Mai refused to let go of the choke. Mai looked like he was giving the guillotine everything he had, but he had to let it go one minute into the round, so Siller quickly popped back up to his feet. They threw a few punches, Mai ducked under a few, and took Siller to the ground 90 seconds into the round. Mai tried to work some ground & pound, Siller went for an armbar from his guard, Mai pulled out of it and stood up. He threw a few punches, jumped on top of Siller, Siller turtled up, Mai continued to punch him in the side of the head, and then he took his back, locked on a neck crank, and finished the fight by submission with a minute left in the opening round. That was a really solid performance by Klayton Mai.
TKO (Punches)
      Williams dropped Siller with a left hook 20 seconds into the opening round, and then he hovered above him while trying to figure out a way to pin him down, but Siller was throwing some wild kicks from his back. They scrambled around for a few seconds, and Williams settled into the North-South position, and then side control. They continued to scramble around for a few seconds, Williams took Siller's back, he locked on a rear-naked choke, and Siller dove head first into the canvas to try to shake Williams off his back. Williams just tightened the choke, but Siller was able to defend long enough, until he was able to eventually work his way into a turtle position, where Williams just settled in beside him, he threw a few punches, and then Siller grabbed his leg for a kneebar, but Williams was able to avoid the submission. Williams eventually stood up above Siller, he unloaded with a hundred punches or so, and the referee just sat there, watching him drill Siller's head into the canvas, for probably 10 seconds too long, before he finally stopped the fight. That was an amazing performance by both fighters, and a massive win for Cody Williams.