Erick Silva needed just one round to submit Charlie Brenneman and continue his onslaught of the UFC's Welterweight division.
Silva showcased his striking, takedown defense, the ability to quickly get back to his feet once taken down and his Brazilian jiu-jitsu at UFC on FX 3. Silva took the back of Brenneman and sunk in the rear-naked choke to force the tap at 4:33 of the first frame.
While the fight technically gets him back on the winning path after the DQ loss to Carlo Prater, the prospect is still widely considered undefeated inside the Octagon.
His total Octagon time is just over five minutes. Is he the real deal? Is it time to fight a contender?
With three impressive and short outings in the UFC, we look at five potential fights for the 27-year-old Brazilian.