Unranked UFC flyweight Gillian Robertson only needed 65 seconds to tap out former UFC strawweight champion Rose Namajunas in the Fury Pro Grappling 6.
Namajunas and Robertson headlined Saturday’s event at at 2300 Arena in Philadelphia. The scheduled 1-minute match barely lasted more than a minute.
Robertson quickly got Namajunas to the match and immediately took her back. She locked on a rear-naked choke and tightened it down forcing Namajunas to tap out.
Robertson in a good spot early!#FuryPro6 pic.twitter.com/V8bfSP64Ca— UFC FIGHT PASS (@UFCFightPass) December 31, 2022
“To share the mat with someone like Rose is an absolute dream to me,” Robertson said following the win.
Gillian Robertson all smiles after the main event win!#FuryPro6 pic.twitter.com/NHWWuEkcT9— UFC FIGHT PASS (@UFCFightPass) December 31, 2022