In a welterweight matchup Tyler Stinson (27-10) who was supposed to own early knockout power. Instead, it was Josh Burkman (27-10) who delivered a highlight-reel finish.
Stinson took the center early and looked to strike, and Burkman happily obliged. With Stinson unable to string together combinations, Burkman stayed out of range until he was ready to strike. From the southpaw stance, a lead right hand landed on the button, and Stinson crashed to the floor. As he tried to recover, Burkman landed another big right hand to seal the violent win at the 2:15 mark of the first.