No wrist control, instead of looking for the free hand that locks it up he is trying to drag the hand that is already around the neck. Chin should have been down a long time ago and the hand should have not been under it at all, seeing as locking up a guillotine in this position, especially an arm-in guillotine, is no easy feat. No hands on the hips to push off and create space, and also prevent giving leverage to Kelleher because obviously you cannot finish a guillotine if your hips are far back. Not only did he get finished by an arm-in guillotine, Kelleher managed to lock up Ode's right hand with his legs, making him tap with his foot. Very bad showing for someone that has more submission wins than ko's/decisions. Given that Kelleher's favorite submission is the guillotine, but this one should have been spotted miles ahead and the correct precautionary measures should have been taken. Shit happens, congrats to Ode for making it to the UFC, but a very poor showing in his debut.