Charles Oliviera defeated Jonathan Brookins via submission (guillotine choke) at 2:42 of the second round
Charles Oliveira used his striking to win the first round, then got a takedown and a submission finish in the second round. Olivera worked hard to get it to the ground and briefly looked to be stuck in a guillotine, but popped his head out, pushed Jonathan Brookins against the cage, and locked on his own. Brookins tapped out at the 2:42 mark.
After some testy exchanges with their hands to start the fight, they both landed some nice knees in the clinch. Oliveira landed a nice jumping knee and looked for a guillotine, but Brookins slammed him to the floor. Oliveira looked for an armbar, then landed an upkick. Brookins let him get back to his feet. Oliveira did a good job of slipping strikes and landing his right. He dropped Brookins briefly with an overhand right, but Brookins popped right back up. Oliveira continued to walk Brookins down and landed a few combinations but Brookins came back with two combos of his own. Oliveira landed two knees near the end of the round.
Do Bronx landed a low blow to start round two but Brookins shook it off. Brookins put together a nice combination and landed two straight uppercuts. Oliviera started to bleed from the forehead. Oliveira landed his straight right a couple of times and looked for a takedown. Oliveira got the slam. He looked for a guillotine in close against the cage, wrapped Brookins up in full guard, and got the tap.