Since suffering a loss in his pro debut in August of 2018, Alcala has rebounded with two straight wins in 2019 and feeling very positive as he heads into his third bout of the year.

With more time training with his current camp, Alcala has been able to getting on the winning track as well as developing his game to a point where he feels he would easily defeat the version of himself that turned pro a year ago.

This Saturday in Tacoma, Washington, Alcala (2-1) will look for his third straight victory when he faces Armando Best (3-9) in a main card 145-pound bout at CageSport 59.

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When it comes to his second year as a pro, Alcala wants to build himself up so he can be ready to make the move up to the next level whenever the opportunity comes his way.


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