Frank Camacho didn’t exactly have the best run in the UFC the first time around, earning a record of 1-3-0 in the organization.
However, it appears that the lightweight competitor is going to have a chance to rewrite the script because Camacho has apparently signed a new deal with the promotion.
Camacho announced the news through Instagram:
Announcement! Thank you my wife @sarah.filush.camacho , @iridiumsports, my family, my team, all the supporters, & the people of the #Marianas --------. We just inked up the 4 more fights in the @ufc ---- I am looking forward to great performances and more FOTNs! Who should I fight next at 155? . . #crankeffect #crankitup #ufc #mma #espnmma
That first run in the UFC saw Camacho defeat Damien Brown, while suffering losses to the trio of Jingliang Li, Drew Dober and Geoff Neal. Camacho hasn’t competed since the first run with the UFC came to an end, as the fighter hasn’t competed since September of 2018.
There is no word yet on when Camacho will return to the Octagon or whom that opponent is going to be when that happens.