March 5, 2009

Great Alberto Crane interview

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Found this article online. Thanks to

In all fairness to Alberto, neither one of his opponents in the UFC (Huerta, nor Pellegrino) were "gimme" fights. He had never fought anyone of that caliber before, and Huerta and Pellegrino are AMAZING fighters!
But Alberto has never sounded more confident and ready for the big show once again! He has one more fight on his contract and we can look forward to one hell of a fight later this year.

Tuesday, March 03, 2009 - by Mick Hammond -

Lightweight Alberto Crane will be the first to tell you that his initial Ultimate Fighting Championship run was a disappointment on many levels.

After a stellar start to his career, which saw him win his first eight fights en route to the King of the Cage 155-pound title, Crane lost back-to-back fights in the UFC to Roger Huerta and Kurt Pellegrino.

Just as quickly as he had arrived, six months after his UFC debut, he was released from the company.

After losing his first fight outside of the promotion, he has managed to find himself once again on solid ground, winning four fights in a row, including this past weekend’s first round submission victory over Eric Regan for Rage in the Cage.

“For this last fight I felt the most comfortable I’ve ever felt,” admitted Crane of his win over Regan. “I finally feel like a seasoned mixed martial arts fighter.

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