Chase Hooper

Chase Hooper is preparing for fatherhood ahead of UFC St. Louis

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UFC lightweight Chase Hooper joined Jake Noecker ahead of his fight at UFC St. Louis. Following two successful fights at his new weight class, Chase describes finding his comfort zone in the UFC. He also gives a glimpse into what the future could hold for his fighting career.

With fatherhood on the horizon, fans have seen Chase grow from a skinny 18-year old making his UFC debut to a grown force to be reckoned with in the lightweight division. He looks to further cement his claim amongst the contenders in the UFC with a big win over a dangerous dance partner.

Chase & Lil Homie Charles also discuss…

  • A Future Move Up to Welterweight
  • The Viacheslav Borshchev Matchup
  • A Potential Post-Fight Dance-Off
  • Grappling Aljamain Sterling
  • Thoughts on the UFC 302 Main Event
  • Growing Up in Front of Fans

Chase Hooper certainly has his plate full this year. But despite the business of his life, he is 100% locked in. Including being ready for fatherhood… A chapter he welcomes just as much as a dad bod. It also looks like some potential jiu-jitsu matchups could be in his future. Despite not enjoying his match with Aljo, staying competitive is always the goal. So grappling other UFC fighters could become a regular thing for Hooper.

The lightweight prospect aims to keep the momentum going into the prime of his career. Make sure to tune in on May 11th when “The Dream” headlines the prelims against the surging Slava Claus.

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Jake Noecker

Jake Noecker is a Philadelphia based MMA Content Producer who conducts fighter interviews for The Scrap. You may also know him from his UFC betting article for BetQL Network or as the producer of the 'Tapped Out' podcast on Audacy Sports.
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