Featherweight Bryan Caraway shows off his broken hand after winning his UFC debut over Dustin Neace at Saturday's Ultimate Fighter Finale 14.
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Caraway won the fight via a second round submission after he hurt Neace with strikes -- coincidentally a number of hard right hands to Neace's skull figured in Caraway's fight-winning assault.
Here's from my recap:
Caraway beat up Dustin Neace standing and followed him to the ground to apply the rear naked choke mid-way through the second round. Delorme won a back and forth grappling battle with Josh Ferguson when Ferguson dived into a punch early in the second. Delorme wasted no time in taking the hurt man's back and choking him out.
Caraway, known as "Kid Lightining" showed he's UFC-caliber with the win and will look to make a showing in the UFC featherweight division once he recovers. No word on what his medical suspension will be, if any.