Joe Duffy shows little emotion as he leaves Jake Lindsey in his wake.

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"Irish" Joe Duffy needed just 1:47 to stop Jake Lindsey and put the entire lightweight division on notice during his UFC debut at UFC 185 in March.

From the opening bell, Duffy pressed forward and showed off the crisp striking and footwork that helped him amass an undefeated record as a boxer, as well as a show of dynamite athleticism with a head kick that put Lindsey out on his feet.

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Duffy entered the UFC touting a 12-1 professional record with wins over fellow Irishmen and established UFC fighters Norman Parke and Conor McGregor. He takes on Dustin Poirier on Oct. 24 in front of a home crowd at UFC Fight Night in Dublin.

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