One of the weirdest MMA submissions ever!

It hurts even to watch this!

Banana split dessert was invented in 1904 by David Evans Strickler, an apprentice pharmacist from Pensylvania. According to the original recipe a classic banana split is made with scoops of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice-cream and is garnished with crushed nuts, whipped cream and maraschino cherry. Banana split submission was invented much later and the only thing its original recipe has borrowed from the eponymous dessert is crushed nuts.
If you want to watch a submission that is painful and at the same time strangely looking, don’t hesitate to type “banana split bjj” in the search line. Or you can just check this video – Jamelle Jones shows all you need to know about banana split. Jones locked horns with Danny Holmes in a light heavyweight bout at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 31 on February 8, 2014. Both fighters were eager to inflict maximum damage from the start and end it all in the opening round but Jamelle Jones was simply better and dominated Holmes since the very start.
A three time college wrestling champion, Jones attempted an early takedown and then dropped Holmes with a solid left hook. Having taken the fight to the ground, Jamelle Jones won Homes’ back and performed a classic banana split locking on and stretching out both legs of his opponent. Tapping out was Holmes’ only option but it has to be admitted that he tried to resist Jones as long as possible.