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Alex Caceres Admits He May Not Become Champion With His Mindset

Alex Caceres is comfortable handling his career the way he wants, even if that means going against what might be expected from a UFC veteran. The 33-year-old featherweight recently appeared on Brendan Fitzgerald’s podcast Fitz Nation and spoke about his unique mindset. When the UFC commentator asked Caceres if he struggles to balance the expectations of peers and fans with how he chooses to do things, “Bruce Leeroy” was open and honest.
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UFC Vegas 50 results: Sodiq Yusuff punishes Alex Caceres with leg kicks, calls out Bryce Mitchell following win

Sodiq Yusuff had to make some mid-fight adjustments to take out Alex Caceres’ legs to win a unanimous decision on the UFC Vegas 50 main card. Dedicated to his striking throughout the fight, Yusuff really started to connect with his kicks towards the latter part of the first round, which did damage on Caceres’ lead leg. Yusuff stuck with that strategy the rest of the way as he wrapped up the victory, with the judges scoring the fight 30-27, 30-27, and 29-28, all in his favor.
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UFC Vegas 50: Alex Caceres Reveals Plan For 20 Years In The UFC

This Saturday marks Alex Caceres’s 26th fight in his 11 years with the UFC, adding to his aspiration to become the longest-running active fighter in the promotion. Though Caceres’s professional MMA career began in 2008, in 2010 he appeared on season 12 of The Ultimate Fighter. Since then, “Bruce Leeroy” has racked up 14 wins in the UFC. Caceres won his last match in brutal fashion by submitting his opponent Seung Woo Choi by rear-naked choke in the second round.
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UFC Vegas 50 Preview: Sodiq Yusuff – Alex Caceres

Tomorrow night on the main card of UFC Vegas 50, we are going to see a big time showdown in the featherweight division. Top rising prospect “Super” Sodiq Yusuff (11-2) returns as he takes on the veteran “Bruce Leeroy” Alex Caceres (19-12, 1 NC). Yusuff will...
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Julian Erosa says he “took more money off” Steven Peterson than his entire purse, eyes Alex Caceres or Hakeem Dawodu next

Julian Erosa made a lot more money than he expected on Saturday. Erosa opened up the UFC Vegas 47 main card against Steven Peterson in a highly anticipated bout. The fight exceeded expectations as the combatants went to war for the full fifteen minutes. In the end, it was Erosa who won the contest by split decision. Although the plan was for Erosa to be more technical, he is happy that the fight was entertaining.
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Sodiq Yusuff vs. Alex Caceres targeted for UFC event on March 12

A pair of featherweights looking to climb the UFC’s divisional ladder are targeted to compete in March. Multiple people with knowledge of the promotion’s plans confirmed to MMA Fighting that a matchup between Sodiq Yusuff and Alex Caceres is in the works for the UFC’s event on March 12 at a location and venue yet to be revealed. Caceres first mentioned the bout during an interview with The Schmo.
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UFC targeting Alex Caceres vs. Sodiq Yusuff

According to MMA Junkie the UFC is working on an intriguing featherweight clash for their March 12 card. That outlet reports that veteran Alex Caceres and upstart Sodiq Yusuff are close to finalizing an agreement to fight on that date. The 33-year-old Caceres has been with the UFC since 2010...
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UFC booking Sodiq Yusuff – Alex Caceres

The UFC has finalized a fun matchup in the featherweight division. MMA Junkie was the first to report this afternoon that the promotion had finalized a matchup between “Super” Sodiq Yusuff (11-2) and Alex Caceres (19-12). The matchup will take place at a UFC Fight Night on March...
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Aljamain Sterling Rejects Alex Caceres Comparisons From ‘Couch Fans’

Aljamain Sterling saw a fighter get hit in the face with an illegal knee, and he had to give his thoughts. For most MMA fans, the first thing that comes to mind when hearing about an illegal knee to a grounded opponent is UFC Bantamweight Champion Sterling. After all, he won the title after suffering a similar situation, leading to a ton of backlash from fans, who have accused him of flopping and being overdramatic.
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Submission! Watch Alex Caceres choke out Seung Woo Choi at UFC Vegas 41

Alex Caceres captured his fifth-straight UFC win earlier today (Sat., Oct. 23, 2021) at UFC Vegas 41 live on ESPN+ from inside UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada, when he stopped rising featherweight prospect Seung Woo Choi via second-round submission (rear-naked choke). LIVE! Stream UFC Vegas 41 On ESPN+. Ultimate...
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UFC Vegas 41 video: Alex Caceres scores scintillating come-from-behind submission over Seungwoo Choi

Up-and-coming UFC prospects, doubt Alex Caceres at your own risks. Caceres spoiled the party of yet another a highly-touted featherweight on Saturday by snatching a come-from-behind victory over Seungwoo Choi at UFC Vegas 41. After nearly getting knocked out in the opening frame, Caceres turned the tide with a slick rear-naked choke submission that forced Choi to tap out at 3:31 of Round 2.
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Alex Caceres Chokes Out Seung Woo Choi – UFC Vegas 41 Results (Highlights)

Alex Caceres starts off the round aggressive. In the opening minute, Caceres lands a beautiful head kick on Choi. Choi is unfazed at the thud. Caceres outpoints him with a series of kicks, Choi won’t back down however. A body kick landed by Caceres would leave his chin exposed in the middle of the round. Choi would unload a devastating right hand which dropped Caceres. Choi swarmed him on the ground trying to pound away for a finish. He was unable to get it. With Caceres rushing quickly to his feet, Choi landed an illegal knee while Caceres was till grounded. Referee Jason Herzog stops the action to let Caceres recover. A point is taken away from Choi and the fight resumes. Round ends with a battle on the feet.
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UFC Fight Night 196: Alex Caceres vs. Seungwoo Choi odds, picks and prediction

In a featherweight bout on the main card, Alex Caceres meets Seungwoo Choi Saturday at UFC Fight Night 196 - also known as UFC Vegas 41 and UFC on ESPN+ 54 - at the UFC's APEX Facility in Las Vegas. Below, we analyze the UFC Fight Night 196 Caceres vs. Choi odds and lines, with picks and predictions.
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Alex Caceres Is Just Here to Fight

Alex Caceres is never angry at an opponent that he doesn’t know in the Octagon. In fact, he likes them. “You’ve never done anything wrong to me and I honestly like you because without you we wouldn’t be doing what I love to do in the first place,” Caceres said. “I like the freedom of expression that this allows me to do.”
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UFC Fight Night 196 Predictions: Alex Caceres vs. Seung Woo Choi betting odds, breakdown

Alex Caceres vs. Seung Woo Choi will be a banger of a match-up featured on this weekend’s UFC Fight Night, headlined by Marvin Vettori and Paulo Costa. The two featherweights, Caceres and Choi, are both coming off extremely high points in their careers. Caceres is often viewed as a talented veteran fighter who belongs among the best but just can’t string enough wins together to do it. However, since 2019, he has managed to put together a four-fight win streak including halting the hype train of the young Chase Hooper, as he looks to make it five on Saturday a win over Choi would put Caceres in the longest win streak of his professional career.
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