브라이언
에버솔
50-16-1, 1NC( 승-패-무 )

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기록: 50-16-1, 1NC
요약: Former Div. I Wrestler, experience, unorthodox style

Fighter Info

Nickname: Bad Boy
출신: La Porte, IN USA
거주지: Sydney Australia
나이: 33
신장: 6' 0" ( 182 cm )
체중: 170 설명 ( 77 kg )

타격

전체 타격 실패
0
385
49% 성공율
190
성공 타격 유형
0
190
57% 스탠딩
108
29
53
타격 방어
59
%
전체 타격 회피율

그래플링

전체 테이크다운
0
47
19% 성공율
9
성공 테이크다운 유형
 
 
{0}% 서브미션
{0}% 회피
{0}% 반격
1
5
1
테이크 다운 방어
38
%
전체 테이크다운 회피율
Result Fighters Event Str TD Sub Pass Method Replay
UPCOMING
존 하워드
UFC 178: Jones vs. Cormier
월 일, 연도
-- -- -- -- --
브라이언 에버솔 -- -- -- --
브라이언 에버솔 월 일, 연도
42 0 0 0 R3 Decision - Unanimous
릭 스토리 71 2 0 2
브라이언 에버솔 월 일, 연도
35 1 0 2 R3 Decision - Split
제임스 헤드 37 1 1 2
브라이언 에버솔 월 일, 연도
39 2 0 0 R3 Decision - Unanimous
TJ 왈드버거 18 1 4 2
클라우드 페트릭 월 일, 연도
28 0 3 0 R3 Decision - Split
브라이언 에버솔 23 2 0 2
데니스 홀맨 월 일, 연도
0 1 1 1 R1 KO/TKO
브라이언 에버솔 19 0 0 1
브라이언 에버솔 월 일, 연도
32 4 1 0 R3 Decision - Unanimous
크리스 라이틀 24 0 5 1
브라이언 에버솔
Strikeforce - Shamrock vs. Gracie
월 일, 연도
25 3 0 2 R3 Decision - Unanimous
Matt Horwich 10 1 0 0

선수 소개

TRAINING:  I train twice daily, but some days I'll sneak in a 3rd one. I aim to spend time within each combat range, maintain mobility, and tend to my cardio conditioning goals.

Thoughts on opponent, TJ Waldburger?
He's got all the advantages. Younger, smarter, better looking, more athletic, and he even has more UFC experience than I do. But fights aren't won via "tale of the tape", they aren't won on paper.

When and why did you start training for fighting? My father asked me if I wanted to wrestle when I was 4-5 years old. I said no, but changed my mind a week later.  I didn’t know I was training for fighting, but I was.  It wasn't until the UFC came about that I even vaguely associated wrestling with martial arts. I got into the MMA type training through local karatekas, kickboxers, and kempo stylists.  They began dabbling in grappling and the Gracie way of fighting on the ground.  I was interested and took my wrestling skills to the playground.  From there, it was just a matter of testing myself, so I took a bout when I was 19 and on summer holiday from University.  Hooked from there, I've had an interesting decade in this sport.

What ranks and titles have you held? Current XMMA World WW Champion (Australian event). WW Cage Fighting Championship Champion (Australian event), Colorado State MW Champion, Ultimate Fighting Mexico Champion, Combate Libre (Mexico) Champion, Cage Rage (Indiana) 2x Heavyweight Champion, Pan Pacific No-gi Grappling Champion 79 kg and Open Weight (Blue belt - 2008). I hold no ranking in martial arts.  I was given a Blue Belt a few years ago, by a BJJ/Judo BB from Brazil --  after winning a gi competition.  He was the other head trainer of my gym, and it was more honorary than anything -- as I rarely train gi BJJ.

Do you have any heroes?
Heroes are made in a moment.  And in the next moment, that status can be lost.  Sports stars are labeled as heroes, and usually tarnish their image at some stage...  But history has a few.  Ghandi comes to mind, though, as a hero.  He championed the cause(s) of humanity, spoke openly and honestly, and did not seek to abuse power for personal gain.  We'll go with Ghandi, final answer Regis.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? This promotion, or Pride, was always the goal.  Now they're one in the same, so.....   I'm happy to be here, and hope that I can stay amongst the elite athletes for the entirety of my competitive career.  I'll do my part, and hope the UFC recognizes me as a top competitor and entertainer.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I went to Eastern Illinois University.  I was a great student until I was no longer a wrestler.  I lost motivation and got a bit depressed, honestly, as I ruined the last few years of my wrestling career....  I left for California to train at American Kickboxing Academy, needing 20 credits (1 years worth of classes) to graduate with a History degree.

What was your job before you started fighting? Student.  Bartender.  General Construction work.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? I wrestled over 500 matches, and qualified for the Illinois State Tournament numerous times through grade school and high school.  I was ranked amongst the top 5 in my senior class, in Illinois... And earned a partial scholarship to EIU, for wrestling.  Had I been half as good at football as wrestling, I'd have had a full scholarship, an illegal paycheck from the boosters of the program, and a nice apartment.  But wrestling wasn’t a big money college sport.

Specific accomplishments in pro competition?
I'm still alive and well, after a decade of fighting.  That's something! I've fought champions in multiple disciplines (Cung Le in San Shou, losing a decision).  I've fought heavyweights and UFC veterans before I really sank my teeth into training.  I defeated former UFC WW champion Carlos Newton last year.   I've had a great career.  I wish you guys would have picked up on the story years ago!!!!

Favorite grappling technique:  Double Leg

Favorite Striking technique: 
Cartwheel Kick

•    20 wins by submission, 14 by KO

•    Pro since 2000

•    Win over Lytle was UFC 127’s Fight of the Night

•    Received bonus from UFC President Dana White for win over Hallman

•    On 10 fight winning streak – also decisioned former UFC champ Carlos Newton in July of 2010.

•    Only loss in last 15 fights (dating back to 2007) was fourth round defeat against Hector Lombard.

•    Defeated Nick Thompson, Matt Horwich and Alex Serdyukov.

•    Has also faced Kerry Schall, Tony Fryklund, Ed Herman, Kyle Noke, and Alex Schoenauer.

직업

주요 경기

Result
Opponent
Event
Replay
Chris Lytle UFC® 127 PENN vs. FITCH
Chris Lytle UFC® 127 PENN vs. FITCH

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