Sometimes, a fighter caught in a submission wisely taps out before damage is done, signaling "mercy" to the referee. Rather than tapping out, Lawlor took a little nap on the octagon floor and woke up with one more loss on his record and a No. After a first round that saw "Bones" look mortal for the first time in his UFC career, the young champ rebounded in the second with a tight guillotine choke that left his foe limp and lifeless as he crashed to the canvas. Shinya Aoki has forged a long career in the sport of mixed martial arts by taking his opponents to the ground and submitting them in spectacular, oftentimes brutal, fashion. After securing the submission, Aoki cranked and cranked until Hirota's arm gave way. After the referee stepped in to save Hirota's mangled arm from further damage, Aoki proceeded to taunt his injured opponent and cement his submission as one of the nastiest of all time. Demian Maia is one of the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners in MMA history, so when he wraps his limbs around you, you might want to consider tapping the canvas. Locked in a ground battle at UFC 83, Herman found himself tangled up in a web of legs as Maia secured a tight triangle choke. From mount. Within seconds, Herman was out cold, and UFC fans had a new "craziest submission ever" to talk about.
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