WSOF 20 Post Fight Statistics: David Branch scores first von flue choke submission in WSOF history

WSOF 20 took place on Friday night at the Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut and the main card on NBCSN was headlined by David Branch advancing to the light heavyweight tournament final with a submission against Jesse McElligott. wsof-flat-color-outline

In the co-main event of the fight card, Nick Newell returned to the WSOF cage for the first time since losing to lightweight champion Justin Gaethje and defeated Joe Condon by decision. has put together post fight statistics from the fight card and are available below.

  • Branch has the 2nd most wins in WSOF history (6) and this is the first von flue choke in WSOF history.
  • This is the 3rd straight victory for Branch by stoppage and two of those wins have come by submission.
  • McElligott took this fight on 24 hours notice and it snaps a two fight winning streak.
  • Newell is now tied with Jimmy Spicuzza for the 2nd most wins in WSOF lightweight division history.
  • Condon falls to 1-1 in the WSOF and five of his eight defeats have come by decision.
  • Emmanuel Walo handed Phoenix Jones his first career defeat and he is now 2-0 in WSOF.
  • Steve Mocco scored his first career TKO victory with a win over Juliano Coutinho and this is the 4th fastest victory in a WSOF heavyweight bout.
  • Ozzy Dugulubgov defeated Lucas Montoya by doctor stoppage and he is now tied for the 3rd most wins in WSOF history.
  • Islam Mamedov won his tenth straight fight with a first round victory against Leon Davis in his WSOF debut.
  • Saul Almeida has now won five fights in a row following his split decision win over Chris Foster.
  • Matt Secor defeated Chip Moraza-Pollard by decision and he is now 2-0 in WSOF.
  • Darren Mima snapped a two fight losing streak with a decision win over Johnny Campbell in the opening bout of the fight card.