Jared Gordon had a spectacular debut at UFC Fight Night 112 this past weekend, scoring a second round finish of Michel Quinones.
Gordon, who is now 13-1 overall in his career, believes he has the perfect opponent in mind for his second Octagon appearance.
Other than missing weight for the fight with Quinones in Oklahoma City, Sunday was a near-flawless performance by the fighter nicknamed “Flash.” The 28-year-old has high career goals in mind, including a time frame for becoming champion.
“In the end of 2017, if everything goes well and I’m healthy, I see myself fighting a Top-10 guy,” Gordon said. “Then 2018, 2019…winning the belt.”