Daiqwon Buckley discusses his TKO win at CFFC 118

Daiqwon Buckley is back in the win column.

After suffering the first loss of his career at LFA 144, Buckley regrouped in a big way.

Of course, Buckley was upset that he didn’t get the win in his last, but he knows losing is a part of the sport and he’s glad had the losing experience early in his career.

Now Buckley is back to his winning ways as he had a great performance at CFFC 118.

In that fight, Buckley took on Ian Allison and didn’t need long to get the win as the fight didn’t get out of the first round.

The emotions of the win are high and most importantly, Buckley is so happy with the improvements he’s made since joining Kill Cliff FC in Miami, Fla.

His fight at CFFC 18 was the exact two-year anniversary since Buckley made the decision to leave Dunmore, Pa to pursue his dreams of becoming a professional fighter and Buckley compares his improvements from then until now as night and day.

His constant improvements have Buckley confident that a huge fight is definitely in his near future as he’s done everything right since joining the gym.

He has a nice 4-1 record and all off his fights have come in great pipeline promotions as he’s now fought in LFA, Titan FC, the PFL Challenger Series and CFFC.

Buckley wants to be in the UFC or in another major promotion and he is right around the corner from doing so. In fact, Buckley will be sitting down with his management team soon to discuss the next step in his career.

Following CFFC 118, Buckley spoke with MyMMANews to discuss his first-round TKO win over Allison, what’s next in his career and how his excitement for his hometown of Dunmore as the girls’ basketball team just claimed their first state championship.

You can watch his full interview in the video above.

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John Eric Poli