There was a nasty arm break during Saturday's amateur Cage Titans 55 show in Massachusetts.
Kyla Paveo defeated Wayne Downer in the second round with a keylock submission move.
The move led to Downer's arm snapping in half. Viewing discretion is advised.
An American fighter scored a gruesome stoppage Saturday when he snapped his opponent's arm in half.
It all went down during an MMA and Muay Thai event called Cage Titans 55, which took place at the Plymouth Memorial Hall in Massachusetts.
Kyla Paveo and Wayne Downer fought a three-round amateur contest in the ninth bout of the 18-fight card.
It was Paveo's first-ever MMA fight, and he ended things midway through the second round when he caught Downer in an armbar.
In the video footage below, viewers can not only see the impact a keylock submission can have.
However, what really rams the disturbing move home is the noise that is made when Downer's bone breaks.
WARNING: Viewing discretion is advised.
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Here's Octagonside footage of the aftermath:
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Paveo has competed for Cage Titans before, but it was in grappling matches rather than mixed martial arts bouts.
His fight against Downer was his first in MMA, and judging from the performance alone, it may not be the last.
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