Walt Harris is currently in the midst of his second run with the UFC. He fought and knocked out Chase Sherman on the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 103. Harris didn't seem surprised that he earned yet another knockout victory at UFC Fight Night 103.
“But I’ve been striking for years, so I just had to make adjustments,” he said to MMA Junkie. “Once I found the right adjustment, I took advantage of it.”
Harris didn’t fare too well in his initial run with the UFC, but has made some adjustments and he says that the new and improved Harris one that will stay in the UFC.
“That Walt you saw tonight was definitely the Walt they signed me for,” he said. “I had a lot of mental things going on with me in my personal life and my fight life when I first signed. It was a bit overwhelming because I signed so quick. I had so much hype coming in. But I just made adjustments. Like everything else, life throws you a curveball, man. You’ve got to learn how to hit it. I figured it out. I think I’m at home now in the UFC.”
Harris has earned a KO/TKO victory in all nine of his professional MMA wins, the most notable have come over Anthony Hamilton, DJ Linderman and Chase Sherman.