UFC featherweight Chase Hooper is quickly becoming a fan favorite, and his stock has risen with a recent hilarious skit on his Twitter page.

Hooper posted a skit in which he posts a mock self-defense demonstration, an ode to the YouTube famous ‘self defense guy’ who quickly went viral after posting a self-defense clinic involving a keychain. The original video has over 40 million views.

In what looks to be his MMA gym, Hooper shows viewers how to, or how to not, stop an assailant who has a gun pointed at you.

Hooper’s technique could actually prove effective, but it would result in the loss of your valuables and possibly a vital organ.

Chase Hooper Has Won The Internet Once Again

This isn’t the first time that Hooper has posted hilarious content, and will surely not be the last. Shortly after Jorge Masvidal’s knockout over Ben Askren, Hooper confronted Masvidal and jokingly said that Masvidal assaulted his Dad. Hooper and Askren share a striking resemblance in which they have openly poked fun for years.

Hooper has had a bit of an up-and-down start to his UFC career. He garnered the attention of UFC president Dana White after an impressive win on Dana White’s Contender Series. At the time, Hooper was just 18 years old, and White and the UFC brass felt Hooper needed more experience.

Hooper would eventually make his UFC debut at UFC 245 against Daniel Teymur, earning a first-round TKO win. He would go on to trade wins and loses against the likes of veteran Alex Caceres and Steven Peterson.

Hooper doesn’t have a fight lined up as of right now but is expecting a return to the octagon in early 2022. In the meantime, he’s enjoying his time off entertaining us on social media.

What are your thoughts on the hilarious Chase Hooper skit?

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Curtis Calhoun is a Combat Sports Contributor based in Seattle, Washington. After a longtime dream of becoming a sports journalist, he was able to accomplish his goals upon graduating from Washington State University in 2016.