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Video: Danny Henry puts Hakeem Dawodu to sleep with 39-second guillotine choke

Danny Henry
Esther Lin, MMA Fighting

UFC London was a bad night for first-timers.

One fight after Paul Craig’s stunning last-second submission of heavily-favored newcomer Magomed Ankalaev, featherweight Danny Henry arguably topped that highlight with a 39-second submission of the debuting Hakeem Dawodu:

Henry rocked Dawodu with a pair of punches to begin the finishing sequence before diving down to the mat and attacking Dawodu’s neck. The Calgarian attempted to scramble and survive, but Henry held on to the guillotine choke until his opponent was rendered unconscious.

With the victory, Henry improved to 2-0 inside the Octagon and has now won his last five fights. His professional record stands at 11-2.

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