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UFC Vegas 54 video: Manuel Torres clobbers Frank Camacho with nasty combination for first-round knockout

Manuel Torres kept his finish streak alive in his octagon debut by putting Frank Camacho down in the first round at UFC Vegas 54. The Contender Series veteran gunned for the knockout from the very first exchange, but it was a devastating left-right combination that staggered Camacho and sent him down to the canvas. Once Camacho was hurt badly, referee Herb Dean stopped the fight to ensure he didn’t absorb any unnecessary damage, with the end coming at 3:27 in the opening round.
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Frank Camacho finally healthy again after car crash, excited to “throw leather” with Manuel Torres: “I see what the matchmakers are doing”

Frank Camacho will finally make the walk to the Octagon again after a hectic two years. After Camacho suffered a TKO loss to Justin Jaynes in June of 2020, he was booked to fight Brok Weaver in September. Yet, on fight week he tested positive for COVID and the fight was scratched. The bad luck didn’t stop there as he was set to return at UFC 263 against Matt Frevola but once again on fight week, he was involved in a serious car crash that has kept him out of the Octagon for nearly a year.
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Frank Camacho injured in car accident, out of UFC 263

One of the hidden gems on the UFC 263 preliminary card was a lightweight bout between Frank Camacho and Matt Frevola, but that fight has since been scrapped after a scary moment for Camacho while driving. The Guamanian striker was injured in a car crash on Tuesday morning on Interstate...

Car Accident Forces Frank Camacho Out of UFC 263; McKinney Steps in vs. Frevola

A car accident has forced Frank Camacho out of a scheduled showdown against Matt Frevola at UFC 263 on Saturday. As a result, Terrance McKinney will now step in and face Frevola in the lightweight bout. Camacho’s injuries are not believed to be serious. MMA DNA first brought word of Camacho’s exit from the card, and confirmed the new matchup.
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Terrance McKinney in for injured Frank Camacho, will face Matt Frevola at UFC 263

A car accident has forced UFC lightweight Frank Camacho out of a UFC 263 bout against Matt Frevola, opening up a spot for octagon newcomer Terrance McKinney. Camacho’s withdrawal and McKinney’s addition was first reported by MMA Junkie and confirmed to MMA Fighting by multiple people with knowledge of the shift. UFC 263 takes place Saturday at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Ariz. The new Frevola vs. McKinney bout is expected to serve on the card’s early prelims on UFC Fight Pass and ESPN+.
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UFC’s Frank Camacho ‘very grateful’ to walk away from multi-car accident ‘in one piece’

UFC lightweight Frank Camacho is feeling “very grateful” after a multi-car accident on Tuesday left him with a herniated disc in his neck. “I’m a little beat up from the accident, and I’m absolutely heartbroken to have to withdraw from my fight Saturday at UFC 263,” Camacho wrote on Instagram, posting a photo of himself in what appears to be a hospital. “But I’m very grateful to walk away from the accident in one piece, and I know this is just a detour in my fighting career.

UFC Unfiltered: Lauren Murphy, Frank Camacho, and actor Aleks Paunovic

Jim and Matt are already excited for UFC 263 this Saturday -- hear why on today's episode of UFC Unfiltered!. Two Title Fights. Two Rematches. Order UFC 263 Now!. First, Matt breaks down the final seconds of Jairzinho Rozenstruik's first round finish of Augusto Sakai in this weekend's main event. They also go over what Marcin Tybura did so well in his win against Walt Harris in the co-main event.

Just Scrap Radio Ep. 40 with Brandon Moreno, Eryk Anders, Matt Frevola, Steven Peterson, and Frank Camacho

The 40th episode of Just Scrap Radio on BJPENN with Cole Shelton is here ahead of UFC 263. We’re first joined by one-half of the co-main event and UFC flyweight title challenger, Brandon Moreno (2:24). Next, UFC middleweight/light heavyweight, Eryk Anders (17:03) joins the show. UFC lightweight, Matt Frevola (31:04) comes on. UFC featherweight, Steven Peterson (45:51) then joins the program. Closing out the show is UFC lightweight, Frank Camacho (56:58).