UFC Fight Night Vancouver Results: Demian Maia Submits Carlos Condit


Before Carlos Condit could even get things going against Demian Maia at UFC Fight Night Vancouver it already already too late.

Maia got the fight to the ground in the opening minute and took almost no time in getting Condit?s back — the last place Condit could afford to be in this fight. Once Maia sunk in the rear naked choke it looked like Condit was going to just go to sleep, but he relented after a few seconds and tapped out at 1:52 of the first round.

Maia now is tied for second all-time with 18 UFC wins and has the second-longest active winning streak in the division behind Stephen Thompson.

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