Frank "The Crank" Camacho
StatsFighting style: Freestyle
Height: 5' 10"
Leg reach: 38.00
Weight: 155 lbs.
Team: Spike 22
Nationality: Tamuning, United States
AccoladesWins by KO: 17
Wins by submission: 2
Wins by decision: 3
STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 699
Significant Strikes Landed: 320
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 11
Takedowns Landed: 5
Frank Camacho is an American Mixed Martial Artist who currently competes in the welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He made his professional MMA debut in June 2010 and has since become one of the most exciting fighters on the UFC roster.
Camacho was born on March 14, 1988 in Guam, a U.S. island territory located in Micronesia. As a youth, he played football at Southern High School and went on to compete at Saddleback College before turning his attention to martial arts when he was 20 years old. After training with local coaches and instructors, Camacho turned professional two years later and quickly established himself as one of Guam’s top fighters with victories against some of the region’s toughest opposition.
In 2014, Camacho earned an invitation to participate in The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 2 tryouts but ultimately missed out due to visa issues that prevented him from traveling overseas for filming purposes. However, this setback did not deter him from achieving success as he continued to win fights around Asia until finally earning a spot on Dana White’s Contender Series 8 card where he picked up a win via first-round TKO over Joe Condon in August 2018 which earned him a UFC contract shortly thereafter.
Since joining the promotion late last year, “The Crank” has competed four times under the UFC banner -all four bouts ending either via finish or unanimous decision–and is already making headlines with exciting performances inside the Octagon that have fans clamoring for more action every time out of Frank Camacho! His latest outing saw him take care of business against Damien Brown at UFC Fight Night 171 back in May 2020 where he scored another impressive victory by way of unanimous decision after three rounds – proving once again why “The Crank” should be feared each time out!
Outside The Octagon Frank can often be seen enjoying life away from combat sports such as fishing or playing golf with friends during off days – but come fight night there’s no doubting his determination as it translates into something special inside The Octagon; thus far resulting into holding onto an overall MMA record standing tall at 22 wins & 8 losses through 30 fights – which includes being 6-3 within just The Stackhouse Promotions umbrella alone! With plenty more bouts ahead planned by both promotions we’ll see how far “The Crank” can go next!