Tonight at UFC 138, English fighter Terry Etim made his return to the Octagon after being inactive for 19 months.
In just 17 seconds, Etim was able to submit Eddie Faaloloto.
The win not only put Etim back in the win column, but once again got rid of the myth of ring rust.
Here's a look at some of the other great comebacks after long layoffs.
After being out for over a year thanks to waiting for a title shot and a knee injury, Rashad Evans made his return at UFC 133.
It took Evans two rounds to put Tito Ortiz out.
Evans looked like he was in the best shape of his career during the fight, and almost seemed like he took no time off.
When Alan Belcher was injured in his training last year, it looked like he would have difficulty seeing again, let alone fighting.
After months of healing, Belcher began training again and got cleared to fight once again.
Belcher returned at UFC Fight Night 25 and didn't miss a step against Jason MacDonald.
Chael Sonnen is the only man on the list who didn't take time off to heal from injury.
Sonnen missed over a year because of suspensions and legal trouble.
Sonnen made his return last month at UFC 136, submitting top contender Brian Stann.
Former UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar missed months while battling diverticulitis.
The illness put Lesnar's career and life in jeopardy, leaving some to believe he may not fight again.
Lesnar made his return nearly a year after his previous fight at UFC 116 against Shane Carwin.
Carwin nearly defeated Lesner, but Lesnar showed a ton of heart and fought through adversity.
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira is one of MMA's legends.
The former Pride and UFC interim heavyweight champ has fought and defeated some of the best fighters in MMA history.
Because of nagging injuries and two surgeries, Nogueira missed 16 months of action.
Nogueira made his long awaited return in his hometown of Rio de Janeiro at UFC 134.
Despite the long layoff and some considering him past his prime, Nogueira was able to knock out Brendan Schaub earning Knockout of the Night.
It took rising lightweight Terry Etim just 17 seconds to win in his return fight.
Etim missed 19 months of action thanks to injuries.
The win proved just how dangerous Etim's submission game is and earned him Submission of the Night honors.