Alex Perez Next Fight

Last Modified Jun 7, 2024 09:33 GMT
Alex Perez Next Fight
Alex Perez


The former UFC flyweight championship challenger, Alex Perez, has been a phenomenal contender in the Ultimate Fighting Championship since making his promotional debut in 2017. Starting his professional career in 2011, Alex Perez currently boasts a record of 25 wins and 8 losses in professional MMA. Moreover, he is ranked as the No. 5 contender in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship as of June 2024.


Before signing up with the UFC, Alex Perez competed in numerous promotions like TPF, CFFC, RFA, MEZ Sports, CA Fight Syndicate, etc. He is a former TPF flyweight champion and has also competed as a bantamweight contender previously.


Before facing the former UFC flyweight champion, Deiveson Figueiredo for the championship, Alex Perez was on a three-fight win streak. However, since losing to Figueiredo via a first-round submission in 2020, Perez swindled to a three-fight loss streak. He bounced back with a major win over Matheus Nicolau on April 27, 2024, to return to the win column.


Alex Perez's Next Fight - Opponent, Date, & Location


Alex Perez is scheduled to take on Tatsuro Taira on June 15, 2024, at the UFC Apex Facility in Enterprise, Nevada, Las Vegas, in his upcoming fight. The duo will square off against each other in a five-round main event of UFC Fight Night: Perez vs. Taira in a flyweight showdown.


Alex Perez's Record


Alex Perez has a professional mixed martial arts record of 25 wins and 8 losses as of June 2024.


33 matches25 wins8 losses
By knockout61
By submission75
By decision122

Tatsuro Taira's Record


Tatsuro Taira holds a clinical professional mixed martial arts record of 15 wins and 0 losses as of June 2024.




15 matches15 wins0 losses
By knockout40
By submission70
By decision40

Alex Perez's Last Fight


Alex Perez, in his last fight, squared off against Matheus Nicolau on April 27, 2024, at the UFC on ESPN 55. The fight took place in Las Vegas, United States, and Perez won the fight via KO in the 2nd round.


*Last updated on June 7, 2024

FAQs on Alex Perez's Next Fight

A. Alex Perez is scheduled to take on Tatsuro Taira in his upcoming fight.


A. Perez's next fight is yet to be scheduled.


A. Starting his professional career in 2011, Alex Perez currently boasts a record of 25 wins and 8 losses in MMA.


A. Alex Perez is ranked as the No. 5 contender in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship as of June 2024.


A. Alex Perez is currently 32 years old. 


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