MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 15: Uriah Hall of Jamaica is checked by the referee during his bout against Robert Whittaker of New Zealand in their middleweight bout during the UFC 193 event at Etihad Stadium on November 15, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

The biggest knock against TUF runner-up Uriah Hall is that he always gets his butt kicked, yet every now and then he snatches victory from the jaw of defeat in the most spectacular fashion. Sometimes, that snatching comes in the form of a spinning kick out of nowhere, and once we saw that kick result in a KO of Gegard Mousasi.

At last night’s UFC 232, Hall was relegated to the Fight Pass prelims, where he took on a total nobody in Bevon Lewis. And Lewis was kicking his butt well into the third round, out-striking him and stalking him.

That is, until Hall simply find the killer right hand – seemingly out of nowhere – and put him away with one shot.

It’s frustrating that Hall’s greatest moments are like lightning, brilliant flashes that can never be replicated. But hey, at least we get those rare moments, right?

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