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Frank 'The Crank' Camacho poses with Chief Taga's Latte' on the island of Tinian. (courtesy photo)

Frank ‘The Crank’ Camacho poses with Chief Taga’s Latte’ on the island of Tinian. (courtesy photo)

Saipan’s Frank ‘The Crank’ Camacho will be making his return to the PXC on Aug. 9 against Japan’s Koshi Matsumoto at the UOG Field House. Camacho’s last MMA fight was in April 2009. He was last seen in the PXC in November 2007 with a big win over Ryan Bigler. Camacho shares with GSPN some topics outside of MMA.

Q: If you could meet any celebrity, who would it be?

A: Bruce Lee! I would love to train and hear what the Man has to say about life and martial arts.

Q: Most famous fighter you’ve trained with?

A: (UFC champion) Dominick Cruz

Q: Go-to karaoke song?

A: Bon Jovi – Bed Of Roses LOL

Q: Favorite TV character of all-time?

A: HULK

Q: Food you refuse to eat?

A: Fried roaches! Yeah I’ve seen them before. There is no way I’m eating that!

Q: Most slices of pizza you’ve eaten in one sitting?

A: 25 (not a typo)

Q: Favorite Chamorro dish?

A: Estufao with HOT WHITE RICE made by my Mom!

Q: Funniest athlete you know?

Three of the Marianas' modern day warriors: Saipan's Frank Camacho, Luta's Pat Ayuyu and Guam's Ryan Bigler. (courtesy photo)

Three of the Marianas’ modern day warriors: Saipan’s Frank Camacho, Luta’s Pat Ayuyu and Guam’s Ryan Bigler. (courtesy photo)

A: Master Donnie Achnick (Team Lloyd Irvin BJJ Black Belt / Instructor)

Q: If you could trade places with one athlete, who would it be?

A: Mike Tyson because what an experience it must be to be the smaller, faster and hardest hitting mofo in the toughest boxing division at the time. And knocking out fools in the first round at the HIGHEST LEVEL. What an experience. lol

 

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