Cary Caprio made his professional debut in the BKFC back against the undefeated at the time, Tyler Randall at BKFC 24. He knocked the flyweight contender out late in round three and has tried his hand at traditional boxing since then.
Caprio carries power late into his fights and has the cardio to back that power up. One criticism here is that he can get hit, but he welcomes that in a fist fight. Caprio will come forward throwing bombs until either he or his opponent is waking up in their corner wondering what happened. Every fight he has been involved in, even in amateurs, has ended by T/KO and that’s music to BKFC fans’ ears!
The Muay Thai striker spends a lot of time with family outside of training and fighting. He puts God above everything and is a spiritual and motivational figure to those around him. He also is very open about suffering from Crohn's Disease but doesn’t let that hold him back at all in life. He’s got a B.A. in Philosophy, travels the world because of his skills and still manages to make himself a contender in the dangerous 125 pound division.