UFC analyst Paul Felder knew what was coming because he’s felt Brady’s squeeze. When his teammate applied a mounted guillotine choke on Aguilera, Felder knew it was the end.
As slick and quick as Brady looked with the submission, it was his first in nearly three years and just his third as a pro fighter. But it kept him unbeaten at 13-0, and almost certainly got the attention of future welterweight opponents in the UFC.
Now he wants a step up in competition.
“I’m 3-0 in the UFC now and I want to start getting up there. I’ve beat three tough guys and got one finish now. I just want keep climbing that ladder. That’s what I’m going to keep doing, no matter who they send me. I’ve never turned anybody down. I definitely want a bigger name to show people what I’m capable of.”
If @SeanBradyMMA gets a hold of your neck, it’s over.
— UFC (@ufc) August 29, 2020