The Crimson Chin has been cracked at the hands of The Crimson Beard.
UFC 288 saw Matt Frevola record the biggest win of his career in steamrolling fashion. He took on Drew Dober, one of the UFC's toughest and most gritty fighters. Dober, known for his durability and knockout power, holds the record for most knockouts in the UFC's Lightweight division, with 8, and before the bout, had only been knocked out once. That one loss came 12 years and 29 fights ago.
The finish set the tone for his friend and teammate Aljamain Sterling to retain his Bantamweight title later in the night with a win over the former double-champ, Henry Cejudo. Sterling is knocking on the door of divisional GOAT status, and Frevola is knocking on the door of the elite at Lightweight.
His opponent was ranked at No.14 heading into the bout, so fans can expect him to have a number next to his name and be in a big fight next.
Frevola is now on a 3-fight KO streak, all in the first round. His personal choice of next fight was a callout aimed towards Paddy Pimblett. Would you like to see that fight? Let us know with a comment.