16-3-0( W-L-D )

Fight History

Skill Breakdown

Charts are compiled based on results from 6 fights.
Record: 16-3-0
Summary: Wrestling, boxing

Fighter Info

From: Kansas City, MO USA
Age: 34
Height: 5' 8" ( 172 cm )
Weight: 145 lb ( 65 kg )



Total Attempted Strikes
26% Successful
Types of Successful Strikes
50% Standing
Striking Defense
The percentage of total strikes avoided


Total Takedowns
48% Successful
Grappling Totals by Type
Takedown Defense
The percentage of total takedowns avoided
Result Fighters Event Str TD Sub Pass Method Replay
Raphael Assuncao
WEC 52: Faber vs. Mizugaki
Nov 11, 2010
47 4 0 0 R3 Decision - Unanimous
LC Davis 18 0 0 1
Josh Grispi
WEC 49: Varner vs. Shalorus
Jun 20, 2010
10 0 1 0 R1 Submission
LC Davis 2 1 0 0
LC Davis
WEC 47: Bowles vs. Cruz
Mar 6, 2010
18 1 0 0 R3 Decision - Majority
Deividas Taurosevicius 24 1 0 0
LC Davis
WEC 44: Brown vs. Aldo
Nov 18, 2009
51 9 0 1 R3 Decision - Unanimous
Diego Nunes 29 2 2 0
LC Davis
WEC 42: Torres vs. Bowles
Aug 9, 2009
34 0 0 1 R3 Decision - Split
Javier Vazquez 40 2 1 1
LC Davis
Affliction - Day of Reckoning
Jan 24, 2009
-- -- -- -- R3 Decision - Unanimous
Bao Quach -- -- -- --


Trainer: Pat Miletich. MFS / Xtreme Couture

When and why did you start training for fighting? I started fighting in 2005... I got into MMA because one of my friends was training for a fight and I helped him get ready for it. Then I cornered him and instantly after the fight I wanted to give it a shot! About 3 weeks later I had my 1st amateur fight.

What ranks and titles have you held? I was the featherweight Titan Fighting Champion (smaller show in KC) And I've fought for IFL, Affliction, and Sengoku.

Do you have any heroes? My Dad is my biggest hero! After that I have a lot... just to name a few - Pat Miletich, Josh Neer, GSP, Anderson Silva, Michael Jordan, and the list goes on and on....

What is your favorite technique? Hmmm... I'd have to say ground n pound... nothin’ better than putting a good beatdown on someone!

What does it mean for you to fight in the WEC? It’s an honor to fight for the WEC... It’s the biggest show for 145ers and I feel thankful and blessed to be a part of it!

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I went to Labette Community College and Missouri Valley College - where I received a BS in Exercise Science.

What was your job before you started fighting? I coached wrestling at Pratt Community College before I started training and fighting full-time.

Most memorable professional fight (who, where, why)? Have to say it was against Rafael Dias, in NJ for IFL... It was a good fight that was really close and about to go to the judges, then I head kicked him and got the KO with 4 seconds left in the fight! That alone made it memorable but I also went into that fight w/ a bad injury! I was on crutches 2 wks before the fight and really couldn't walk well on my foot till a day or two before the fight! I had to fight limping so my opponent couldn't see that I was hurt! So, just to be able to fight was an accomplishment, and to win like I did was amazing!!!

What was your most challenging professional fight (against who, when, what was the outcome)? Same as most memorable fight just because I had to overcome so much and I was coming off of my 1st loss in MMA.
Did you compete in any other sport(s) at college or professional level (what sport, where, how long)? I wrestled in college for 4 years at Labette Community College and Missouri Valley College.
Who were your training partners for this fight? I did the 1st phase of my training in KC. I worked with Authentic Boxing, East KS wrestling club, KCBJJ, Michael Colfax and Derek Ripley
2nd phase of my training I did in Vegas with all the Xtreme Couture guys.
Did you put more emphasis towards a fighting style or adjust your training to prepare for your opponent (what did you do differently/why)? I pretty much trained the same way I always do, although, I did try to spar with taller guys and guys that are good on the ground to prepare for my opponent.
What, other than WINNING, are you using for motivation for the fight? I don't really need any extra motivation. But winning puts me closer to my ultimate goal of being a world champion so I guess that gives me a lil extra motivation!
What is your favorite thing about this sport? The competition! Being able to challenge myself, physically and mentally!
How long do you see yourself staying in this sport? Umm... not sure but I really don't want to be taking blows to the head when I'm 40!!!


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