UFC 123 Video: Phil Davis Talks “Wonderful” Submission Win

November 22, 2010
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Phil Davis kept his spotless record intact on Saturday night at UFC 123, submitting Tim Boetsch midway through the second round.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver "The Mr. Wonderful."

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

  • That_Hal

    I really wish Joe Rogan would stop promoting the 10th Plant names… Stick with the traditional BJJ technique names… Stop using ones like “The Zombie” they really need to start rotating commentators like all the other professional sports.
    Side note its because he trains at 10th plant and Bravo works in the UFC film editing truck if one his fighters is not fighting.