Former UFC welterweight Pete Spratt (25-21) didn’t think that he’d still be competing after 14 years in the sport. Now at 32-years-old, Spratt doesn’t see himself stopping anytime soon.
“I didn’t think I’d still be going, but I feel good,” said Spratt to MMA Weekly. “I’ve been training with the younger guys and am still getting to them pretty good. I love my sport and I love what I do and I’m just enjoying myself right now.”
Spratt only competed once last year, taking a decision win over Daniel Acácio for AFC. It brings his win streak to two.
In 2002 and 2006, Spratt had short runs in the UFC, but suffered more losses than wins. He spent the last few years fighting of out of MFC before joining Legacy FC. Out of Legacy FC, he is 1-1.
He returns at Legacy FC 17 to meet Dan Hornbuckle on February 1. The show comes from San Antonio, TX and airs live on AXS TV.
As for the future, Spratt plans to take it one day at a time.