Alex Caceres feels he’ll be with the UFC for the rest of his career

Derrick Santistevan

Alex Caceres (Image by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

UFC 250’s Alex Caceres states the method he combats makes him UFC for life.

Regardless Of being the more experienced fighter, Alex Caceres got in his UFC 250 included prelim bout with Chase Hooper as the underdog; nevertheless, it was that very same experience that assisted raise him to a consentaneous decision win, handing the young Cooper his first loss as a pro.

Some in the Mixed Martial Arts neighborhood believed that if Hooper handled to get the battle to the ground, he ‘d be able to overwhelm Caceres towards a UFC 250 triumph, however that did not take place. Caceres associates keeping control of the battle to his growth as a fighter, keeping in mind previous errors he’s made that has actually led to a number of losses.

UFC 250’s Alex Caceres: I’m a member of the UFC lineup for rest of career

“I felt very comfortable; I felt very calm,” Caceres stated in a post- battle interview. “I felt patient, and that’s a big thing for me. Sometimes I do rush things, and sometimes I make mistakes rushing things as well. I definitely felt more mature in this fight.”

Called “Bruce Leeroy,” Caceres has actually protected his own following because appearing on the 12 th season of The Ultimate Fighter. His Jeet Kune Do and jiu-jitsu, while not constantly scoring him wins, has actually made him one of the most constant and pillar names in the UFC.

In truth, in UFC bantamweight history, Caceres currently has the best substantial strike precision, fifth-best strike differential, seventh-most substantial strikes landed and ninth-most overall strikes landed.

It’s numbers and efficiencies like these that make Caceres feel he won’ t ever lose his area on the UFC lineup.

“I never feel that I’m going to leave the UFC,” Caceres stated. ‘I feel that even though I win or lose, I bring it. I make an exciting fight and people want to see that kind of fight. I’ m a game fighter, I’m a true martial artist and I enjoy what I do, and people can see that. And whether they wish to see me win or lose, they wish to see me because UFC Octagon. I think I’m a rostered fighter; you can’t get rid of me. I’m going to remain here for a long period of time.”

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