If it wasn't for a hand injury, Michael McDonald would be scheduled to fight Urijah Faber at UFC 148 for the interim bantamweight championship instead of Renan Barao.
That opportunity has seemingly passed the 21-year-old by, but his UFC career is literally just getting started.
Currently undefeated within the organization, including huge wins over Miguel Angel Torres and Alex Soto (KO of the Year candidate), McDonald has made a name for himself as "that bantamweight who has one-punch KO power".
But still, regardless of his success inside the Octagon over his past three fights, McDonald is still relatively unknown to the common UFC fan.
As his hand heals, the California native will be waiting in the helm for yet another chance to challenge the winner of Faber vs. Barao for interim championship rights, albeit the return of Dominick Cruz
When that time comes, fans will finally realize McDonald has the potential to break Jon Jones' record as the youngest champion in UFC history.