Watch Carlos Vergara demolish Bruno Korea in 41 seconds

Carlos Vergara impressed UFC president Dana White with a violent first-round knockout during Week 2 of Dana White’s Contender Series.

Carlos Vergara entered the octagon as a man laser-focused on potentially earning a UFC contract, and he accomplished that goal and more en route to a vicious first-round knockout over Bruno Korea during Week 2 of Dana White’s Contender Series.

Vergara, the former Fury FC flyweight champion who faced a tough test against the more experienced Korea, began the fight with his hands flying and overwhelming Korea.

After landing a brutal knee to Korea’s liver, he poured it on by getting the clinch and landing a series of violent knees. Vergara would then land another knee to the liver that sent Korea falling to the canvas.

Many questioned whether or not Vergara deserved a shot on the show, but he silenced the doubters and has now won four fights in a row. As the Fury flyweight titleholder, he dominated his opponents with high-volume striking to go with his grappling that has improved drastically with each fight.

The UFC’s flyweight division may have a new star in Carlos Vergara

The 30-year-old Vergara could be a problem for the rest of the UFC flyweight division, after recording yet another highlight finish on DWCS. He seemed hell-bent on getting a UFC contract and putting on an impressive performance and got it done in cinematic fashion.

There’s no doubt that Vergara possesses a fan-friendly skillset as he awaits a potential shot on the sport’s biggest stage. After a quick night in the octagon, Vergara could make his UFC debut sooner rather than later.

Follow along with FanSided MMA for all your Dana White Contender Series news and highlights. We’ll be cageside bringing you live updates, results, and backstage interviews.

Source: FanSided

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