LAS VEGAS – Chase Hooper feels no need to aim for the big dogs, at least not yet. The 22-year-old UFC prospect doesn’t want to rush his career, as he notched another win under the UFC lights this Saturday. Hooper (11-2-1 MMA, 3-2 UFC) stopped Brazil’s Felipe Colares in a third-round TKO on the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 206 . The victory marked Hooper’s third win and finish in the UFC since joining the promotion in December 2019. Despite looking good and picking up a big win on Saturday, Hooper is not keen to single out any opponent and doesn’t see fit to make any major leaps in his career at the moment. “I’ve never been one to call people out,” Hooper told reporters at the UFC Fight Night 206 post-fight press conference.

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