Stats & Records
Wins by Knockout
Wins by Submission
First Round Finishes
- Sig. Strikes Landed
- Sig. Strikes Attempted
- Takedowns Landed
- Takedowns Attempted
- Sig. Str. Defense is the percentage of significant strikes attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Takedown defense is the percentage of takedowns attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Knockdown Avg. is the average number of knockdowns per 15 Minutes window.
Sig. Str. By Position
Sig. Str. by target
Win by Method
Hooper vs GarciaRound1Time1:32MethodKO/TKO
Hooper vs ColaresRound3Time3:00MethodKO/TKO
Hooper vs PetersonRound3Time5:00MethodDecision - Unanimous
- Pro since 2017
- Four wins by KO, five by submission (3 RNC, triangle, heel hook)
- Four first round finishes
- Has won five of his last eight
UFC Fight Night (10/29/22) Hooper was stopped by Steve Garcia via strikes at 1:32 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (5/21/22) Hooper stopped Felipe Colares via strikes at 3:00 of the third round
UFC 263 (6/12/21) Hooper lost a three round unanimous decision to Steven Peterson
UFC 256 (12/12/20) Hooper submitted Peter Barrett via heel hook at 3:02 of the third round
UFC 250 (6/6/20) Hooper lost a three round unanimous decision to Alex Caceres
UFC 245 (12/14/19) Hooper stopped Daniel Teymur via strikes at 4:34 of the first round
Dana White's Contender Series, Season 2
Episode 6 (7/24/18) Hooper won a three round unanimous decision over Canaan Kawaihae
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training at eight years old, and I just never stopped. I had my first amateur fight a few weeks after I turned 17. I didn’t really seriously think about fighting until I was 13 or so, but I wanted to fight because I’m a competitive person, and I wanted to see how far I could go doing something that I love. Additionally, I’ve sacrificed so much in the name of training that it would be a shame not to see how far I can go with fighting.
What ranks and titles have you held? Combat Games 155lb title, and Dominate FC 145lb title
Do you have any heroes? Demian Maia, the Diaz brothers, and other good Jiu-Jitsu guys in MMA. Additionally, my coach Jeff Hougland,
who has been like a father to me.
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means that I won’t have to work a 9 to 5, and that all the years of training, and all the sacrifices that I have made have been worth it. It also means that I already have what it takes to compete against the best in the world.
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I am currently part way through my AA at Green River College.
What was your job before you started fighting? Fighting is the only job that I’ve ever had.
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? IBJJF Pan American champion, and two amateur MMA belts
Ranks in any martial arts styles: Black belt in Jiu-Jitsu
Favorite grappling technique: Guillotine
Favorite Striking technique: Body kicks