Contract profit performance ‘damn close to a loss’

Clayton Carpenter says he became “impatient and frustrated” upon receiving his UFC contract.

Clayton Carpenter was a bit disappointed after rallying to win a unanimous decision over a very game from Edgar Chairez. Carpenter went undefeated and received a UFC contract, but his performance was not enough for him.

“I’m going all out, I didn’t reach the goal. I think it’s a bloody loss,” Carpenter said.

Carpenter came in as a big (-350) favorite and was circumcised several times in the first round, resulting in bad swelling under his right eye. He lost that first lap and knew the start was a bumpy one. “I got a little impatient and a little more frustrated than I should have been.” “I’m feeling pretty good, I’ve let it get a lot closer than it should have,” Carpenter said.

After Chairez’s clear salient advantage in the first, Carpenter responded by winning the next two rounds en route to a 29-28 unanimous decision. He mainly uses his leg kicks and takedowns with some nice elbows.

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When asked if he felt he earned his contract by the end of the fight, Carpenter replied, “I think so, I think I put on a good show. I felt I had given a reasonable performance and it gave me a lot to think about.”

When he responded specifically to how the eye felt, “It looks a lot worse than it felt,” Carpenter said. He added that it didn’t really affect him during the fight.

Carpenter definitely underestimated Chairez.

“He’s gained a lot more weight, he looked pretty rough and skinny at the weigh-in. When I got into the cage it felt a lot stronger than I originally thought.”

The performance certainly gave Carpenter a wake-up call and a bond to break down. He really has a well-rounded game and wants to take it even further in the future, all in one place. “Fighting at Madison Square Garden is a dream of mine.” Wherever we see Clayton Carpenter next, he’ll look to improve on that performance and keep his undefeated record intact.

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