Interview with Tim Dooling above
If you’re a smart promoter and matchmaker, you have featherweight Tim Dooling on speed dial just in case. On Thursday, August 13, “The Jaguar” once again steps up on short notice to help save the CFFC 83 card as he gets a chance for redemption against “El Senor Perfecto” Bill Algeo. Dooling lost to Algeo at Ring of Combat 61 back in November of 2017 via 2nd round TKO and he has never forgotten.. He tells MyMMANews…
“Bill is the best fighter that I have ever fought. He is extremely well-rounded and smart. I am not the same fighter or person that I was a couple of years ago. I have improved my game and am also in a much better place in my life. When I got the call and found out it was Algeo, I didn’t care about the money, venue, or anything else. I said yes right away. I fight for the challenge and am doing this for me.”
Please check out our entire interview with Tim Dooloing above.
“The Jaguar” lives the lifestyle full time whether in a fight camp or not. Dooling gets his training in at Dante Rivera BJJ in Freehold, NJ and says he is blessed to have so many elite fighters and trainers at his disposal on a regular basis. Through the pandemic he was able to get lots of rolls in with some world-class BJJ practitioners and says his ground game is at an all-time high. Dooling also has no problem standing and exchanging as seen from his last fight which although a loss, was an epic championship battle with Dennis Buzukia at Ring of Combat 71 in February.
Dooling replaces Pat Sabbatini who tested positive for Covid-19 and had to withdraw from the contest. CFFC will host back to back events on the 12th and 13th of August and you can see the action streamed live on UFC Fight Pass. Stay right here at MyMMANews.com for results.
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