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Sport UFC 250: Alex Caceres lands filthy right hand, takes out Chase Hooper

06:50  07 june  2020
06:50  07 june  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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But among the fights offering value, one stands out in particular: Alex Caceres vs. Chase Hooper . With 11 fights on Saturday night’s UFC 250 card, there’s a good opportunity to find some value bets. The UFC veteran has been taken to the mat with ease by superior grapplers — including his

Veteran Alex Caceres knows he's become a gatekeeper, but wants to break out of that label starting with Chase Hooper at UFC 250 . Caceres returns to fighting Saturday at UFC 250 in Las Vegas, where he’ll take on undefeated 20-year-old prospect Chase Hooper in a bantamweight bout.

One of the final preliminaries of UFC 250 Saturday night in Las Vegas pitted Alex Caceres against Chase Hooper in the featherweight division.

Alex Caceres wearing a black shirt: Alex Caceres has won three consecutive matches for the first time since 2016. © Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Alex Caceres has won three consecutive matches for the first time since 2016.

The better known of the two fighters, Caceres has not appeared on center stage since he defeated Cole Miller back in June of 2016. He’s obviously looking to stand with the big boys.

If what we saw Saturday night was any indication, Caceres, 31, is well on his way to doing just that. Check out this filthy right hand Caceres landed on Hooper Saturday night.

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That’s about as violent as it gets right there. Bruce Leeroy, as he is known, would go on to defeat Hooper by unanimous decision. It represented a rude wake-up call for Hooper and is the first time Caceres has won three consecutive matches since 2016.

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UFC featherweight Chase Hooper talks to reporters about his upcoming fight against Alex Caceres at UFC 250 .

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