Posted on: August 26, 2012 11:22 pm

Fighter's Record

I am always misled when a hyped-up fighter comes into a major promotion with an impressive or undefeated record, and then loses their first fight. I feel fighter's "official" professional record should START being accounted for the moment they start fighting for that major promotion, i.e. UFC, Strikeforce, or Bellator. Here would be a few fighter's "official" big league records.

Jon Jones (10-0)

Rashad Evans (12-2-1)

Lyoto Machida (10-3)

Quinton Jackson (19-9)

Chuck Liddell (18-8)

Randy couture (16-8)

Fedor Emelianenko (15-3)

Jake Shields (6-2)

Dan Henderson (22-8)

Wanderlei Silva (26-11)

Anderson Silva (18-2)

GSP (17-2)

BJ Penn (12-7)

Matt Hughes(18-7)

Nick Diaz (14-5)

Frank Shamrock (7-2)

Cung Le (8-2)

Rich Franklin (14-5)

Vitor Belfort (15-9)

Alistair Overeem (12-7)

Brock Lesnar (4-3)

Cain Velasquez (9-1)

JUnior Dos Santos (9-0)

Ben Henderson (5-0)

Frankie Edgar (9-3)

Jose Aldo (11-0)

Dominick Cruz (9-1)

Chris Weidman (5-0)

Josh Barnett (11-5)

Daniel Cormier (4-0)

Frank Mir (13-6) 

Cro-Cop (20-10)

Big NOG (21-6)

Mark Coleman (15-10)

Mark Kerr (9-4) 

Shinya Aoki (5-2)

Gilbert Melendez (13-1)

Clay Guida (10-8)

Shogun (17-4)

Dan Severn (6-3)

Royce Gracie (12-2)

Carlos Condit (5-1)
Category: Mixed Martial Arts
Tags: MMA
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