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Manuel Torres on his upcoming UFC debut: ‘It’s a dream come true’

Like a dream come true rated Manuel Torres his arrival at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he will become the 38th Mexican fighter to de


Like a dream come true rated Manuel Torres his arrival at Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he will become the 38th Mexican fighter to debut in the best Mixed Martial Arts company.

“It is something very big for me, it is a dream come true, the truth is that I am very happy, for me this is a very, very big step in my life. I am very excited to be part of UFC“he talked towers in interview with RECORD.

“(I want) to be seen as a very complete, aggressive, technical fighter, I want to show that I am a good loser,” he assured.

The native of Ciudad Madera, Chihuahua, has an enviable track record, since of his 12 professional victories, 11 have been won in the first round: five by knockout and six by submission. And he only adds two setbacks.

‘The Fool’ Torres (12-2), 27 years old, will make his debut in the MMA majors against the experienced Frank ‘The Crank’ Camacho (22-9-0), who will play his eighth fight in the company of Dana White and adds seven defeats and only two victories in the promotion, in UFC Fight Night: Blachowicz vs. Rakic in UFC Apex from Las Vegas, Nev.

“I have been studying him a lot, I have been watching many of his fights, I know that he is a tough opponent, that he likes to go to the front, the exchange and I believe that the exchanges are going to be my advantage, or if not, then I am prepared also in case he wants to go to the ground. I know he’s a black belt in jiu jitsu and I’ve prepared myself for any type of area he wants to fight in. I’m ready for any area.

El Loco in the face to face with Frank 'The Crank' Camacho

“The truth is that everything happens in my head, but my goal is always to knock out my opponents, whether in the first, second or third round, and if it goes to decision, then I’ll have a fight. I think I’m going to knock out”, declared the tricolor, who made his professional debut on May 24, 2014.

Manuel He has been preparing, for three years, at the Entram Gym, in Tijuana, with the trainers, Raúl Arvizu and Fernando Amado.

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