Justin “Guitar Hero” Jaynes (16-4) aims to double down on his incredible short-notice debut at UFC Vegas 6 on Saturday, 8/8. “Guitar Hero” comes out for the encore after demolishing Frank “The Crank” Camacho with some serious hooks. He walked into the octagon for the first time a +230 underdog and left with a round one knockout and many new fans.
Justin Jaynes has ventured far and wide over his seven-year pro career. He’s also collected lots of loot too. Bouncing back from 145 to 155 lbs., Jaynes strapped up with two belts across both divisions. The Michiganian raised in Richmond forged his name far from home, stepping into cages in Scotland and India along the way.
With a heap of MMA experience, Jaynes is comfortable anywhere the fight goes. He’s earned 13 of 16 wins by stoppage, eight KO/TKO’s to go along with four taps, three in round one. With a 5’7 stocky frame, “Guitar Hero” has some unstoppable takedowns and grappling. He uses his strength to drown opponents on the mat but also has the stopping power on the feet.
Justin Jaynes made his UFC debut at Lightweight but drops back down to Featherweight to face Gavin “Guv’nor” Tucker (11-1) at UFC Vegas 6. It all goes down Saturday, August 8 in Sin City at The Apex Center.
Justin “Guitar Hero” Jaynes | 16-4 | 5’7 145 lbs. | Age 30 | Reach 68” | Orthodox Stance | Fighting Out of Las Vegas, Nevada
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