Ireland's Joseph Duffy remains undefeated in UFC after victory over Ivan Jorge in the lightweight division at Fight Night 72 in Glasgow.
The Donegal man won via submission (triangle choke) after three minutes of Round 1 at the SSE Hydro arena. Duffy, the last man to defeat interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor, has now won his last three fights inside the first round.
He is now 2-0 in UFC and 14-1 overall in MMA.
Paddy Holohan earlier secured back to-back wins in the UFC after defeating Vaughan Lee in Glasgow.
Holohan claimed the flyweight victory on a unanimous decision 30-27, 30-27, 30-27. The first two rounds were fought mostly on the floor before Holohan came out with a flurry of punches and kicks after a stoppage in the third. With big support from the Glasgow crowd, the Tallaght man earned a deserved win and took his record to 3-1 overall
.@PaddyHolohanMMA you legend!! So proud of you! Top 15 now....— Cathal Pendred (@Pendred) July 18, 2015
Dubliner Paul Redmond lost out to Robert Whiteford on a TKO in the featherweight division. Backed by big support in Glasgow, the Scotsman delighted his home crowd and ensured Redmond's wait for a first UFC win goes on.
The referee called a halt to the fight after a little over 3 mins of the first round after a flurry of punches by Whiteford fighter left the Irishman on the ground.
“To be honest, I can’t remember actually getting hit or getting knocked out," Redmond said in the post-fight interview at UFC Fight Night 72.