Luis Raul Gomez - Official UFC® Profile
Luis
Gomez
4-1-0( V-D-E )
Fight Night Bonuses: Performance of the Night / Fight of the Night
Knockout of the Night / Submission of the Night

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Analyse des compétences

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Record: 4-1-0
Résumé: Judo and Kickboxing

Fighter Info

Surnom: Tiger Junior
De: Ciego Avila Cuba
Provenance: Miami , Florida United States
Age: 22
Poids: 145 livres ( 65 kg )
Reach 68"
Leg Reach 38"

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Grappling

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Loss
Luis Gomez Alvarez
juil. 25, 2017
54
21
4
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R3 Submission

Biographie

TRAINING: 8AM: Strength and Conditioning. 4PM: Wrestling. 6PM: Kickboxing. 8PM: Jiu-Jitsu

Thoughts on opponent, Dan Ige? I think Dan Ige is a very formidable opponent, and based on his fights, I know he will come prepared. Unfortunately for Dan Ige, my life’s dream has been to be a UFC champion and Dan Ige is in my way.

When and why did you start training for fighting? I have been training since I was eight years old. I grew up a fighter and I am still a fighter.

What ranks and titles have you held? Brown belt Judo, brown belt kickboxing, National Cuban MMA champion

Do you have any heroes? Jesus Christ

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? An impossible dream achieved.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? No

What was your job before you started fighting? Worked in family business

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? National Cuban MMA champion, National Cuban kickboxing champion, Athlete of the Year 2013 in Cuba MMA

Favorite grappling technique: Armbar

 

 

· Pro since 2015

 

· Two wins by KO, one by submission (Armbar)

 

· Two first round finishes

 

· Origin of nickname: “It was given to me by my coach, Eric ‘El Tiger’ Castanos.”

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