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What were the Best Submissions and KOs of 2008?

The UFC's production crew put together what they think are some of the best submissions and KOs of 2008 in a special video player that allows you to rate each bout. Now it's your turn to vote and make your picks on this year's best.

Was it Melvin Guillard's 36 second KO of Dennis Siver or Drew McFedries' 1:08 knockout of Marvin Eastman? How about CB Dolloway's peruvian necktie? Or maybe Nate Diaz's triangle choke of Kurt Pellegrino? Twenty of the best are in our video player. Click "Full Story" to continue.

The UFC's production crew put together what they think are some of the best submissions and KOs of 2008 in a special video player that allows you to rate each bout. Now it's your turn to vote and make your picks on this year's best.

Was it Melvin Guillard's 36 second KO of Dennis Siver or Drew McFedries' 1:08 knockout of Marvin Eastman? How about CB Dolloway's peruvian necktie? Or maybe Nate Diaz's triangle choke of Kurt Pellegrino? Twenty of the best are in our video player, and those rated the highest will be included in the BEST OF 2008 DVD to be released early next year.

The UFC's Best of 2008 DVD, the organization's second Blu-Ray title, is coming to Blu-Ray Hi Def and DVD early next year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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