Joseph Morales - Official UFC® Profile
Joseph
Morales
9-0-0( V-D-E )
Fight Night Bonuses: 1 Performance of the Night

Historial de Peleas

Habilidades

Gráficas son acumuladas basadas en los resultados de 1 peleas
Registro: 9-0-0
Resumen: Well-rounded

Fighter Info

Apodo: Bopo
Desde: Clovis, California United States
Representando: Sacramento, California United States
Edad: 23
Estatura: 5' 6" ( 167 cm )
Peso: 125 Libras ( 56 kg )
Reach 69"

Golpeo

Total de golpes atentados
0
22
55% Exitoso
12
Tipos de golpes exitoso
0
12
% de piso
1
1
10
Defensa de golpe
67
%
EL porcentage total de golps evadidos

Agarre

Derribos totales
0
0
Not Available
0
Tipos de derribos exitosos
 
 
Submisiones
Pases
Barridas
1
1
0
Takedown Defense
N/A
El pordentage de derribos evadidos
Resultado Peleadores Evento Golpe Derribo Submisión Pase Método Repetición Awards
Win
Joseph Morales
ago 5, 2017
12
2
0
1
1
0
1
0
R1 Submission
Performance of the Night

Biografía

TRAINING: Lift at 5:30 am, work construction, train 2-3 more hours after work: Boxing, wrestling and jits

When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training at 10 years old. It was a father-son hobby. I started competing and after I won my first tourney, I decided I wanted to fight as a career.

What ranks and titles have you held? Global Knockout Flyweight Title, two ammy belts, four-time national pankration champ, five-time state champ and three-time world youth pankration champ

Do you have any heroes? No

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It's one step closer to having a championship, which is my ultimate goal.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Junior College, no degree

What was your job before you started fighting? Construction

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? 7-0-1 - two belts for two different organizations

Ranks in any martial arts styles: Purple belt in jiu-jitsu

Favorite Striking technique: Punch in the mouth

 

· Pro since 2014

 

· Two wins by KO, five by submission (2 RNC, triangle, guillotine)

 

· Five first round finishes

 

· Coming off TKO of veteran Sean Santella in March 2017

 

· Origin of nickname: “It’s a family nickname. My cousin couldn't pronounce my name, called me Bopo. It stuck ever since.”

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