Match: Pete Williams (7-1) vs Mark Coleman (6-1) Event: UFC 17 (7-27-1997) Baby faced Pete Williams was up against the former UFC Heavyweight champion, Mark Coleman and the odds were not in his favor. Williams fighting out of the famed Lion's Den led by Ken Shamrock, while Coleman was fighting out of Hammer House. Coleman had won his first 6 UFC matches, beating some of the very best at the time in Don Frye, Dan Severn and Brian Johnston, before losing a tough match against Maurice Smith at UFC 14 (an upset at the time). Williams had fought in previous organizations before entering the UFC. Known for his submissions, he was also a decent striker. This was also Pete William's debut in the UFC. Coleman however was a powerful wrestler, considered the "godfather" of ground and pound, Coleman had control for the most part in the 12 minute first round, Williams used his jabs and height to thwart off Coleman's shoots, but Coleman was too powerful. However in the second round, Coleman was tiring, Williams was behind on points.....the pressure between both men to win saw one of the most iconic finishes in MMA history. Edit: Thank you @Bullitt68 for the corrections.