Directly from Spain, Eduardo Riego, who competes in the light heavyweight category (93kg.) in his professional career, decided to venture into an unusual confrontation held in his country. Scheduled to face three opponents at the same time in the 'Dogfight Wild Tournament 2nd Impact', the Spaniard needed just a few minutes to submit his respective rivals while defending himself from all the violent attacks in the ring (see below).
Without rules, the fight was scheduled for three two-minute rounds. Surviving the first round, Eduardo returned full throttle for the second stage and claimed his first victim by applying a rear naked choke and forcing his opponent to tap out. After five minutes of combat, the Spaniard was grateful for his achievement and finished off his remaining rivals using the guillotine technique and repeating the chokehold he performed first.
A professional since 2009, Eduardo hasn't competed in MMA for almost 10 years. Defeated in his last appearances, the fighter suffered two consecutive setbacks when competing in national events. His last victory came in 2013, when he knocked out Mathias Schuck at SHC 7 and scored the seventh consecutive victory in his career. With his flagship in jiu-jitsu, the fighter submitted five opponents in his career in the sport.