Phil Davis kept his spotless record intact on Saturday night at UFC 123, submitting Tim Boetsch midway through the second round.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver "The Mr. Wonderful."

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

The finish was a modified Kimura hold that Davis employed using just one of his own hands. The unique finish led UFC broadcaster Joe Rogan, in his post-fight interview with Davis, dubbed the maneuver “The Mr. Wonderful.”

Davis talked about the finish, his relative inexperience in the sport, and his future at the UFC 123 post-fight press conference.

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