In the night's co-feature, Marlon Moraes put himself in position to challenge for World Series of Fighting's first bantamweight fight with a 32-second destruction of Carson Beebe.
Moraes came out swinging, as Beebe rushed straight forward and looked for a takedown. Instead, he ran into a buzzsaw of strikes. The muay Thai specialist unleashed a few furious uppercuts as he sprawled, and Beebe was forced to stand and trade. It didn't work out in his favor.
Moraes continued to swing for the fences, and a powerful left hook sent Beebe crashing to the floor in a quick finish.
"He's a wrestler," Moraes said. "He came hard to take me down, but I was ready. He was too close to try to take me down. I could hit him with some punches."