Video: Shabe Kafo Lands Twister Submission During CFC 21 Bout In Australia

I'm assuming this is how Eddie Bravo reacted upon hearing that someone landed a Twister in Australia this past weekend.

You probably heard about Australia's CFC 21 this past weekend because of that embarrassing performance from Bob Sapp, where he rolled over and tapped to strikes in 12 seconds. What you probably didn't know, is that there was a rare submission that was executed on that card.

Somewhere, Eddie Bravo is smiling as Australian flyweight Shabe Kafo (6-2) landed one of his trademark moves during the second round of his bout against Kian Pham. Check out as Kafo finished the fight with 'The Twister':


Related: Judo Chop Breakdown: How 'Korean Zombie' Chan Sung Jung Landed Eddie Bravo's Twister | Gracie Breakdown: Alan Belcher Almost Catches Rousimar Palhares With A Twister


The submission was originally a wrestling move called the guillotine, which was then popularized by Eddie Bravo in JiuJitsu circles. A handful of people have landed the slick submission in MMA, with the first twister finish in the UFC coming from 'The Korean Zombie' Chan Sung Jung back in March of last year.

HT: BE Reader DamnSevern

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