Video: Paul Daley crushes Romario Manoel da Silva with devastating knockout at BAMMA 14

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Paul Daley was able to showcase his skills, and more specifically, what made him famous, at BAMMA 14 this past Saturday night (Dec. 14, 2013) at LG Arena in Birmingham, England, scoring a vicious knockout over mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Romario Manoel da Silva in the main event. Does Daley deserve to make a comeback in the big leagues?

Add this one to the list for "Knockout of The Year."

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Strikeforce castaway, Paul Daley, scored a vicious second round knockout over Romario Manoel da Silva on Saturday night at BAMMA 14 in England, making this his fifth stoppage because of strikes in his last five fights.

BAMMA 14 took place at LG Arena in Birmingham, England, this past Saturday night (Dec. 14, 2013), featuring 13 bouts on the fight card.

"Semtex" started out the first round by keeping da Silva at bay with low leg kicks, which did enough damage to discolor the Brazilian's left leg before it concluded.

In the second stanza, Daley backed up his opponent and threw a vicious left hook, knocking out da Silva with one blow and proving that the Brit still possesses dynamite in his fists.

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Daley improves to 34-13-(2) with an exclamation point. And since his last fight for Zuffa at Strikeforce: "Tate vs. Rousey" in early 2012, he has gone 5-1.

Does this warrant consideration for a trip back to the larger organizations in America sometime soon?

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