Brian Kelleher trying to grab the UFC’s attention.


Brian Kelleher has his hand raised.

Brian “Boom” Kelleher (16-7) turned to social media to try and earn a spot inside the octagon.

The featherweight prospect tweeted “Hey 6 fight win streak I finish fights I’ll fight anyone at 135/145 got Killer instinct unlike a lot of these guys.”

Keleher didn’t stop there.

“The problem is that nobody can mix it up well enough to give a problem. Too basic too tentative and old school ,I’m new school,” Kelleher said via Twitter at 8 a.m. this morning.

Kelleher first grabbed UFC president Dana White’s attention by knocking out Josh Robinson via third-round spinning back fist at Ring of Combat 53 on episode one of “Dana White: Looking for a Fight.”

Since then, Kelleher earned a third-round guillotine choke win against Julio Arce at ROC 54 May 4, 2016. The New York native is on a six-fight win streak, three of those under the ROC banner.

It is not the first time Kelleher called out the UFC. While UFC Fight Night 88 took place on May 30, Kelleher sent a message.

“Every single time I watch a UFC event from the sidelines my insides are burning , knowing that I want it more. ,” Kelleher wrote.

Kelleher even called out headliner Cody “No Love” Garbrandt.

“Congrats to for a impressive performance, but let’s be honest here u need a real challenge , I don’t fall when I’m hit I rise.” Keleher said.