Coming off an abysmal campaign in his first year as a specialist in 2017, bantamweight Vince Cachero had been looking to duplicate his success from 2018 and was able to do so in strong way.
In three bouts in 2018, Cachero was once again able to move ahead, picking up strikes against his most experienced competition thus far.
“I’ve only been pro for around a couple of decades now, also I’ve always been fighting with the toughest of the demanding,” Cachero told MMAWeekly.com.
“My first one was against Nohelin Hernandez, after which two or three tough guys (in Carlos Puente Jr. and Joe Murphy) as good. I’m just trying to keep the train rolling. ”
For Cachero the secret to sustaining his success has become the devotion he’s put in to the sport. After not being sure if he could fully devote to battling, Cachero has put he could in to MMA and so much it has been paying down.
“It’s been a huge difference, honestly, simply being dedicated to the craft,” said Cachero. “When I first started off, I wasn’t sure just how much I really wanted to do that thing, and then after y first few struggles I knew I loved it.
“I committed myself fully 100% in on fighting, and since that time I’ve grown and made changes to every prior fight. Every kind of holewe detect it and patch it up, and move ahead to the next one. Every fight, ” I ’m progressing and growing after each and every . ”
Originally slated to face Miles Johns, Cachero (6-0) may have his first fight of 20-19 against 125-pound champ Casey Kenney (10-1-1) from the interim 135-pound championship main event of LFA 62 in Dallas, Texas, on March 22.
“” I understand he wants to stand and bang. He struggles very aggressive and wants to endure toe-to-toe. If it goes to the floor, he’therefore slick on a lawn too. But I’m prepared to complement anywhere, but I truly need to see if he’s going to stand and bang like he says he could be. ”
Having set a timeframe on where he wishes to take his own career within the coming years, Cachero is looking to produce 20-19 the entire season he gets the move next degree before setting his sights on his second milestone.
“I’ve had a timeframe on what,” said Cachero. “I’t said the UFC before 2020, so that means this year. I’ve said UFC champ by 2022, also I’m definitely going to stick to that too. I’ve got big goals for this year and big plans for another couple of years. ”