Accrington's Razvan Boast is not hanging around in his Mixed Martial Arts career.
The 20-year-old was only in his second fight of his MMA life but his opponent lasted less than a minute.
Boast was fighting at Hyndburn Sports Centre as part of a MMA - or cagefighting as it used to be known - show.
His first fight was also at the sports centre last October and he won that when the referee stopped it.
"This time, I won by a submission (kneebar) in the first round within 55 seconds," said ‘Raz’, who has been involved in Martial Arts with kickboxing and boxing since he was 12 but only took up MMA two years ago.
"It was hard as the crowd was much bigger and the event just seemed so much better than the previous one.
"I am now two wins and no losses in the professional MMA world. That’s one win by technical knock-out and one win by submission."
Boast is part of Jimmy Hey’s East Lancs Predators, based on Gillies Street, who have been making a name for themselves in the MMA world.
And he revealed that a handy tip from his coach helped him claim his latest quick-fire win.
"Jimmy made me work hard in the last week of my fight and he was constantly putting me on my back.
"The funny thing is, he showed me the knee bar once in one class and that was it.
"I have never attempted a knee bar and never even practiced it before then, and for me to win my fight by a knee bar just shows how much I have improved."
Boast is hoping to set up another fight in the next couple of months as he goes for a hat-trick.