At least, not if his more famous girlfriend has anything to say about it.
That would be none other than former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate, who cornered Caraway in a losing effort during last Saturday's card at the Saitama Super Arena.
In a recent Twitter message to Dana White, Tate asked the UFC president to award Caraway his bonus money, calling the judges' decision a "BS" move:
Out of the three judges who evaluated the bout, Junichiro Kamijo and Chris Watts gave Mizugaki a 29-28 scorecard, deciding that the Japanese fighter had won both the first and third rounds (via MMA Decisions).
Tate's corner advice also drew some online heat from fans, as she reportedly told Caraway to "coast" for a decision during the third round.
Who really won the fight?
That tactic evidently didn't work as planned, because Mizugaki managed to land a major flurry of strikes to seal a close victory.
Despite three UFC appearances, Caraway is most famous for a March 2012 incident where he threatened Ronda Rousey on Twitter, claiming a desire to "knock her teeth down her throat" and "break her arm" (via Bloody Elbow).
That altercation started off with Caraway calling Rousey an "unintelligent bimbo" in the lead-up to her challenge for Tate's then-Strikeforce championship.
But an aggressive Rousey gave as good as she got.
Shortly after the initial trash talk, "Rowdy" told MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani (via The MMA Hour) that she could certainly beat the infamous Caraway in an MMA fight.
Of course I can, dude. Who is [Caraway]? You never heard of him if it wasn't for Miesha. He's just some dude. He's not even like a legit fighter. He's just some random guy that likes fighting.
Overall, Caraway apparently hasn't had the best luck enhancing his own name value.
Moreover, his loss to Mizugaki also ended a three-fight winning streak, knocking the Team Alpha Male bantamweight down the 135-pound rankings. However, the competitive bout was a definite crowd-pleaser, so Caraway will likely avoid the cut list and eventually be signed for another UFC event.