Matthew Spencer Dominates Justin Vasquez with :25 Second Submission

Posted: February 21, 2015 in Combat Sports, UFC
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By: Jonathan M. King

Photos By: Blanca Garcia

“The horse is prepared for the day of battle, But victory belongs to the LORD” Proverbs 12:31

Matthew ‘M.O.G’ Spencer needed just :25 seconds to earn his second win as a pro against no losses. Spencer, secured a tight guillotine off the first clinch of the day and secured the tap almost immediately. A purple belt in the 10th planet system under Eddie Bravo, Spencer initially wanted to keep the fight standing, but his opponent was looking for the take down.

Once Vasquez closed the distance, Spencer grabbed a hold of a thai clinch that he pulled into a cirrhosis inducing liver shot. The knee stole Vasquez’s breathe and the choke prevented him from getting it back. Once Spencer grabbed the neck the fight was over.

The win for Spencer may not be enough to garner a high profile spot on a televised card, but he should be able to parlay this his second consecutive dominant win into at least an RFA Preliminary spot. With the team he has assembled around him, Matthew Spencer is never far from ready. Finding opponents willing to take him on, well that is another story entirely.

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