Canadian fighter Sarah Moras showed no remorse after dislocating her opponent Ashlee Evans-Smith's arm to win their UFC 215 bout.
The home favourite brutally got the better of her opponent during the women's strawweight contest in Edmonton on Sunday.
The bout was stopped at 2:51 in the first round after Moras forced her opponent to submit, having locked her up in a vicious armbar.
Moras appeared to break or dislocate Evans-Smith's elbow, to which she incredibly replied, "I hope so," when questioned about it after the bout.
Moras locked her opponent's arm up to brutal effect. Pic: Getty
"I don't think you're supposed to say that out loud," the interviewer told Moras, who looked just as stunned as those listening to her speech.
For the Canadian, who has spent more than two years out of the Octagon, the win takes her UFC record to 3-1.
Evans-Smith has now lost back-to-back fights for the first time in her professional career.
Watch Moras's horrifying win in the video above.