Coker Praises Undefeated Prospect Mckee Undefeated Bellator featherweight prospect A.J. McKee got yet another win -- and his finish was praised by many in the jiu-jitsu community. McKee advanced to the semifinals of the Bellator featherweight grand prix following an impressive third-round armbar finish of Derek Campos at Bellator Hawaii on Saturday. The win continued to show McKee's all-round game with 11 of his 16 wins coming by way of finish (six knockouts, five submissions). https:\/\/twitter.com\/BellatorMMA\/status\/1208636459328167937 And the armbar finish in particular, impressed Bellator president Scott Coker especially after what was a scrappy contest for the most part. \u201cI think A.J. was in a little scrap, and I think he learned a lot tonight,\u201d Coker told media after the event. \u201cI think he probably had to dig a little deeper than maybe he thought he was going to have to. He\u2019s scrappy, the opponent is scrappy, and he is just rough and tough, and he got caught, I think, once or twice in there. I think that A.J. learned a lot, but I will say this -- that submission at the end was unbelievable. \u201cWhen a fighter finds a way to win, that really tells a lot about their character because he said, \u2018I\u2019m not going to lose this fight, I\u2019m going to go out and submit this guy.\u2019 Or in his mind, \u2018I\u2019m going to knock him out, I\u2019m going to submit him.\u2019 He found a way to win and man, sometimes that\u2019s what it takes. It\u2019s just that will to win, and he caught him." Coker wasn't the only one impressed -- many in the jiu-jitsu community such as Renzo and Royce Gracie also had praise for McKee's fight-ending move. \u201cI was talking to Renzo Gracie and Royce and all the jiu-jitsu community, and they\u2019re like, \u2018oh my God, that was one of the sickest submissions I\u2019ve ever seen,'\u201d he added. If McKee continues to impress, it'll only be a matter of time until he's Bellator champion.