UFC 168 results: Jim Miller taps out Fabricio Camoes with an armbar in round 1

Esther Lin for MMA Fighting

Following a failed takedown attempt, Miller came back to armbar Camoes in the first round.

Second up on the UFC 168 main card were Lightweights Jim Miller and Fabricio Camoes. The striking was even through the first two minutes of the fight, but Miller took the advantage once the fight hit the mat. With Camoes in his guard, it took little time for Miller to snatch the arm and force Fabricio to tap out.

Miller and Camoes exchanged blows on the feet to start off the first round. Miller would hit first in the early exchanges, but wound up taking the final blow from Camoes. A failed takedown attempt from Miller saw Camoes ending up in guard. Miller grabbed for the armbar. Camoes tried to stack as a defense but couldn't free his arm and was forced to tap.

Jim Miller took out Fabricio Camoes with an armbar at 3:42 of round 1.

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