Last Updated on August 27, 2012.

Louis Gaudinot Ranked The Hungriest Up-and-Coming Flyweight MMA Fighter

By: Riley Kontek – bleacher

Louis Gaudinot has always been a flyweight, but when he entered The Ultimate Fighter, he had to fight at bantamweight, automatically making him one of the smallest fighters on the show.

On the show and in the finale, he would lose to two fighters, who are considered large bantamweights, Dustin Pague and Johnny Bedford, solidifying his case to return to 125.

Since then, he has faced off with John Lineker, who missed weight in his first fight at flyweight. Fighting against a much larger opponent on fight night, Gaudinot went out and submitted Lineker in a tough fight.

With a chip on his shoulder and an irritation for fighting much larger men, Gaudinot is hellbent on reaching the top. With his experience fighting larger men fueling him, he looks to have a bright future.

Train with Louis Gaudinot @ TSMMA Hoboken

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