“I am excited to be around a for four more fights. The UFC is the pinnacle of mixed martial arts and I am honored they want me to be with them,” Camozzi told MMAWeekly.com.
“My goal in the future is to push myself to be the most exciting middleweight around. I am working every day to make that a possibility.”
Camozzi (17-5) is coming off of back-to-back victories over Dustin Jacoby and Nick Catone. He is currently slated to fight Buddy Roberts as part of the undercard for UFC 150: Henderson vs. Edgar II on Aug. 11 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, where he lives and trains.
Camozzi made his way into the Octagon via the eleventh season of The Ultimate Fighter. He won his bout to get into the fighter house, but broke his jaw in the process, knocking him out of competition.
He returned at that season’s finale, defeating James Hammortree, en route to his current mark of 4-2 under the UFC banner.