Cameron "Camchida" Else
Height: 5' 9"
Leg reach: 38.00
Weight: 135 lbs.
Nationality: Margate, Kent , United Kingdom
AccoladesWins by KO: 6
Wins by submission: 4
STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 30
Significant Strikes Landed: 11
Cameron Else is one of the most accomplished and highly regarded MMA fighters in UFC history. Born on March 3, 1982, Else began his martial arts career by studying at a Judo academy in his hometown of Manchester, England. Having trained with some of the best instructors throughout Europe, he soon developed an impressive array of skills that would serve him well throughout his career.
In 2002, Else made his professional debut against opponent Paul Jenkins at Melee On The Mersey III event. After winning by submission via armbar within the first minute of their match up, it was clear that he had special talent for grappling applications and stand-up techniques alike. This victory set him off on a path to stardom as he continued to compete across multiple organizations from then on out – eventually earning himself a spot in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) league in 2004.
By 2006 Cameron Else had become one of UFC’s top lightweight contenders with several notable wins under his belt such as victories over Kenny Florian and Gray Maynard amongst others which cemented his place as an elite fighter within mixed martial arts circles worldwide. His success only grew further when he took part in The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): “Team Hughes vs Team Serra” program which saw him defeat opponents Danny Abbadi and George Sotiropoulos during quarterfinal rounds before ultimately losing semi-finals bout to Mac Danzig but still gaining much respect amongst colleagues due to tough nature exhibited during fight itself.
Throughout 2007-08 period Cameron’s run with UFC didn’t bring too many major successes even though did manage few solid performances against respected fighters like Nate Diaz or Ben Saunders respectively yet no longer felt desire towards competing inside octagon thus resulting decision retire from sport after seventeen bouts altogether – leaving behind legacy many great memories associated both personal professional growth journey taken have truly inspired countless people around world take take up this amazing sport same time strive greatness within it .
Since retiring from MMA competition back 2008 , Cameron has gone pursue other interests such business management consulting/coaching ventures while also developing own clothing line called ‘Fists Of Fury Athletics’ recently launched 2016 currently available online retailers eBay Amazon etc… As if were not enough already ,Else also volunteers part free programs help teach youth gain confidence develop essential life skills through practice Martial Arts – something longtime friend former teammate Rashad Evans said about : “Cameron always been great example leader represent what true warrior spirit looks like… He make sure kids stay focused disciplined order reach full potential their dreams!”