If you were quite underwhelmed that Manny Pacquiao wasn't able to fulfill President Rodrigo Duterte's wish for an early knockout in the former's unanimous decision win over Jessie Vargas, here's your redeeming coup de grâce, albeit courtesy of a different sport.
It had been a back-and-forth first 10 minutes between Brazilian Douglas Silva de Andrade and hometown kid Henry Briones during one of the preliminary bouts at UFC Fight Night 98 over the weekend in Mexico City.
The third round, however, was a different story.
At the three-minute mark, the visitor seemed to have caught a lucky break after landing a crushing elbow to Briones that left the latter dazed.
What everyone else wasn't expecting was Silva de Andrade's follow-up spinning back fist, which dropped the Mexican and prompted the referee to stop the fight.
Check out the killer combo that finished Briones for good:
Silva de Andrade now holds a 24-1 win-loss record as a pro, 2-1 in the UFC.