Jamahal Hill
In a card that featured some sweet submissions and ferocious knockouts, no one scored bigger than Jamahal Hill, who stopped Johnny Walker in the first round of Saturday's UFC Fight Night 201 main event in brutal fashion. While Hill started out in his accustomed southpaw stance and Walker in his normal orthodox stance, the pair sought to trade back leg roundhouse kicks and rear hand power punches early on. But things suddenly changed up as Walker switched to southpaw.

Moments later, Hill switched as well changing to an orthodox stance and firing an overhand right that landed on Walker's forehead stiffening the light heavyweight and sending him toppling over backwards. Walker appeared to be out even before the back of his head hit the fence. Hill drove one more punch into him for good measure before the referee could step in.

Earlier in the night, Jim Miller made some UFC history tying Donald Cerrone's all-time company win mark in recording his 23rd victory with a first round stoppage of Nikolas Motta.

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