Jack Shore brought his finishing skills to the Octagon on Saturday.

The unbeaten Cage Warriors bantamweight champion made a successful debut at UFC Copenhagen, submitting Nohelin Hernandez in the third round with a nasty neck crank:

Shore (12-0) controlled much of the action with his grappling, but the hearty Hernandez (10-4) withstood the attack as long as he could. However, 2:51 into the final frame, Shore went for the neck and earned the tap-out victory, his seventh win by submission as a pro.

For Hernandez, this is his second straight submission loss in as many UFC appearances.