Pat Barry (kickboxer)

Pat Barry
Pat Barry weighs in UFC 115.jpg
Barry weighing in ahead of UFC 115 in June 2010.
BornPatrick Joseph Barry
(1979-07-07) July 7, 1979 (age 38)
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Other namesHD (Hype or Die)
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight104.8 kg (231 lb; 16.50 st)
Reach74.5 in (189 cm)
Fighting out ofDenver, Colorado, United States
TeamGrudge Training Center (2012-2016)
The Academy (2012)
Team DeathClutch (2011-2012)
Roufusport (2005-2006, 2008-2011)
Team Mr. Perfect (2006-2008)
Liu International (2002-2005)
Russell Jones' Kickboxing Gym (2002)
TrainerTrevor Wittman (2012-present)
Greg Nelson (2011-2012)
Duke Roufus (2005-2006, 2008-2011)
Ernesto Hoost (2006-2008)
Shawn Liu (2002-2005)
Russell Jones (2002)
Rank     Black sash in Sanshou
     Purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Years active2002-2007, 2014-present (Kickboxing)
2008-2014 (MMA)
Kickboxing record
By knockout10
By knockout2
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout7
By decision1
By knockout4
By submission3
Other information
UniversityLouisiana State University
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: May 3, 2014


Patrick Joseph Barry (given birth to July 7, 1979) can be an American kickboxer and ex – mixed martial musician who all competed in the heavyweight department. He’s known especially for his low kicks. Barry began practicing Sanshou even though a scholar and won many titles at household and international level before signing up for K-1 in 2005 where he competed for just two years, mostly being a participant over the promotion’s UNITED STATES events. In 2008, he embarked on the career in MMA, winning his initial three battles by knockout before signing a contract with the best Fighting Tournament and competing in the promotion for another five years being a Heavyweight, compiling a 5–7 record with only 1 from the matches going the length. Barry retired from MMA in past due 2013 and came back to kickboxing the next year, signing up for Glory.


Barry was created in New Orleans, Louisiana for an American army veteran dad of Western european descent and an African-American mom. Barry's parents opened up bilingual elementary institutions all over the world and for that reason Barry grew up in Bogota, Colombia before age group of six. When his dad died from tumor, he moved back again to New Orleans along with his mom, old sister and young sibling. Although he didn't start trained in martial arts before age group of 21, Barry was raised a enthusiast of ninjas, the road Fighter video gaming and Jean-Claude Truck Damme films and frequently viewed K-1 kickboxing in his youngsters.He worked being a pizza delivery guy ahead of his profession in professional combat sports.Barry's grandmother was killed in Hurricane Katrina.


Beginnings in Sanshou (2002–2005)

This section will not cite any sources. Make sure you assist in improving this section with the addition of citations to dependable sources. Unsourced materials could be challenged and taken out. (Might 2017)Hailing from Eastern New Orleans, Barry began schooling professionally in Wushu, sanshou and Kickboxing at age twenty-one even though a junior sociology main at the School of New Orleans when he strolled into Russell Jones's Kickboxing Gym in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He produced his professional debut on November 2, 2002 on the U.S. Open up International FIGHTING TECHINQUES Championships in NEVADA, Nevada, earning the Sanda Kungfu Federation (SKF) USA Heavyweight Championship using a 4th circular knockout over Robert Parham. Then left Jones' fitness center and pursued kickboxing full-time with Get good at Shawn Liu at LIU International in New Orleans.In June 2003, Barry fought twice on the Artwork of War: China Involves Atlanta event in Atlanta, Georgia where he earned both a US Country wide Sanshou team spot as well as the SKF World Heavyweight Tournament by knocking away Paul Gurevidius using a higk kick. In November 2003, being a US Country wide group member, Barry participated on the 2003 Globe Wushu Championships in Macau, earning a sterling silver medal in the −90 kg/198 lb department. He been to China numerous moments from 2002 through 2008, amassing over fifty amateur rounds while competing in another of Shandong's stadiums and schooling with Chinese Country wide Sanshou team on the Shaolin Temple.On Dec 18, 2004, he earned the K. Superstar Tournament in New Orleans by KOing John Dixson, and per month later on in Gulfport, Mississippi, he received the Kings of Kickboxing competition by preventing Marshall Berger with low kicks in the ultimate.

K-1 (2005–2007)

Having taken portion in K-1 tryouts kept in NEVADA in 2004, Barry was recruited by kickboxing's leading organization and produced his promotional debut against Scott Lighty inside a tournament reserve bout in the K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in NEVADA on April 30, 2005, dropping for the very first time in his job by break up decision.In June 2005, he met with American kickboxing great Duke Roufus while he was commentating on a meeting in Biloxi, Mississippi and both became close when Barry remained with Roufus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin after dropping his residential in the low Ninth Ward of New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, a tragedy which also claimed the life span of his grandmother. After switching to Roufus' fitness center in Milwaukee, Barry earned his 1st K-1 battle in his sophomore appearance when he knocked out Tag Selbee in the starting frame in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in NEVADA II on August 13, 2005.He fought to a break up pull with Russian Kyokushin Karate stylist Aleksandr Pitchkounov inside a non-tournament bout in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2005 in Tokyo Last in the Tokyo Dome on November 19, 2005. They rematched in the competition reserve match in the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2006 in NEVADA on Apr 29, 2006, and Pitchkounov earned by break up decision.Third ,, Barry shifted to Amsterdam to teach under four-time K-1 World Grand Prix Champ Ernesto Hoost at "Group Mr. Ideal" structured out of Vos Fitness center. From K-1, he defeated Scott Lighty in another rematch at Shin Perform Kumate XI in Tampa, Florida on Dec 8, 2006. After harming Lighty with low kicks through the entire initial two rounds, Barry have scored a higher kick knockdown at the start of the 3rd before completing him off with another high kick soon after.Then returned to K-1 to compete in the eight-man competition on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 in Hawaii on Apr 4, 2007. He was set to handle Jan Nortje in the quarter-finals but his opposition was then transformed to Gary Goodridge.Barry twice sent Goodridge towards the canvas with low kicks in the first going, the initial ruled a slide, the second the best down. Then landed a still left high kick over the Trinidadian brawler and, though it didn't knock him straight down, it opened a big cut which triggered the ringside doctor to contact a halt towards the bout and send out Barry to the semis where he previously his silicone match with Aleksandr Pitchkounov. He was floored using a mawashi geri in circular two and received a count number in the referee in three after getting harmed when the Russian examined one of is own low kicks, shedding by unanimous decision.Barry took component in his second K-1 competition on the K-1 Globe Grand Prix 2007 in NEVADA on August 11, 2007.Drawn against Rickard Nordstrand in the quarter-finals, Barry scored a knockdown with a higher kick in the initial twenty mere seconds before stopping the Swede along with his patented low kicks in circular two. Then went against Zabit Samedov in the semifinals and dropped via break up decision after a back-and-forth battle.In his final K-1 appearance, Barry lost to Freddy Kemayo via technical knockout because of a broken nose the effect of a knee hit in the starting circular of their contest at K-1 Fighting Network Prague 2007 on December 15, 2007.

World Combat League and transition to mixed martial arts (2008)

In 2008, Barry remaining Team Mr. Ideal and came back to Duke Roufus at Roufusport after a fallout with Ernesto Hoost, as he experienced that this Dutch story neglected him like a trainer and demonstrated little trust in him. Within an interview with Battle! magazine in '09 2009, Barry mentioned: “ "Ernesto Hoost simply didn't provide a fuck about me. He didn't treatment, man. I had been like hey, I'm departing, guy and he was like so?." ”Hoost denied Barry's statements inside a 2014 interview, telling that he gave Barry "his almost all and didn't get yourself a lot back again". He also complimented Barry's physical capability but questioned his mental power.Barry competed a complete of seven occasions between Might and August 2008. Fighting with each other in the Globe Combat Little league, a team-based kickboxing competition where fits are fought over one circular, he represented the brand new York Clash in the -107 kg/235 lb excess weight course and amassed an archive of 3-1 along with his just loss arriving at a Jarrell Miller.He made his debut in mixed fighting techinques on, may 30, 2008 against thirty-eight battle veteran Mike Delaney at Fight USA: Fight in the Bay 7 in Green Bay, Wisconsin and won by TKO in circular 1 after felling his challenger with low kicks. Then knocked out John George with a higher activate his following outing at Fight USA: Fight Night time on June 28, 2008 in Harris, Michigan. In his third battle with the advertising, Barry received the Fight USA Heavyweight name when he halted fellow kickboxer Simon Diouf with low kicks at Fight USA: Fight in the Bay 8 on August 22, 2008.He was collection to handle Andre Walker in Strikeforce: Payback in Broomfield, Colorado on Oct 3, 2008 but instead signed a agreement with the best Fighting Tournament and was replaced by Carlos Zevallos for the reason that bout.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (2008–2013)

On Dec 27, 2008, Barry produced his debut in the UFC against Dan Evensen at UFC 92 in NEVADA, injuring the Norwegian's still left knee with brutal low kicks at 2:36 from the first round hence winning via TKO.Then fought UFC newcomer Tim Hague at UFC 98 on, may 23, 2009. After earning a lot of the exchanges on your feet, Barry was removed by Hague and posted early in the first around using a guillotine choke.His next combat was against fellow kickboxer Antoni Hardonk on Oct 24, 2009 at UFC 104 in LA, California. After weathering many powerful calf kicks and punches in the 1st circular from Hardonk, Barry discovered his range in the next round with damaging fast jab mixtures, stunning Hardonk many times before shedding him accompanied by a flurry of punches to complete the battle at 2:30 of the next round. The earn gained him "Knockout of the night time" and "Battle of the night time" honors which brought his total battle handbag to $134,000.Inside a post-fight interview, he claimed to have previously been broke, living on ketchup and grain, and was six days from being evicted from his home. Furthermore to battling weighty monetary burden, this battle was also extremely personal for Barry as he was fighting an associate of Ernesto Hoost's teaching camp. Barry stated that Hoost experienced abadndoned him, producing a falling-out between your two which he waited five years for validation and lastly first got it when he knocked Hardonk out.Barry was following scheduled to battle Gilbert Yvel, but his challenger was later changed.Rather, he fought PRIDE 2006 Grand Prix champ Mirko Cro Cop in the co-main event at UFC 115 in Vancouver, Canada on June 12, 2010. Barry decreased and stunned Cro Cop double in the 1st round, but eventually dropped the bout via distribution because of a rear nude choke in circular three. Barry suffered a broken hands and feet in the battle and he was put into a wheelchair in the instant aftermath.His next battle was against Joey Beltran at UFC: Battle For The Soldiers 2 on January 22, 2011, in Fort Hood, Tx. Barry utilized effective lower leg kicks in the bout to ultimately wear out the flexibility of Beltran and earn a unanimous decision (30–27, 29–28, and 29–28). By the end from the bout, he jokingly "terminated" Matt Mitrione. This is likely a tale predicated on Mitrione firing his agent publicly after a earlier fight.Barry fought fellow striker Cheick Kongo on June 26, 2011 in the primary event of UFC on Versus 4 in Pittsburgh, Pa on June 26, 2011 and shed the battle via knockout in the initial circular in stunning style when early in the initial circular Barry dropped and stunned Kongo, after weathering the flurry of hits by Barry, Kongo (who was simply even now in wobbly hip and legs) caught Barry with an overhand directly on the hearing accompanied by an uppercut towards the chin knocking Pat out cool. This is the initial KO lack of Barry's profession in both kickboxing and MMA. Barry experienced the tallest fighter in the UFC Stefan Struve on Oct 1, 2011 at UFC on Versus 6 in Washington, D.C.Barry was being successful a lot of the striking exchanges midway in to the second circular however in a switch of occasions, Barry took Struve right down to the mat and Struve locked within a triangle choke. Barry slammed Struve but still left his arm subjected and Struve could secure an armbar. Barry dropped by triangle armbar distribution at 3:22 of the next circular.2011 also found Barry keep Roufusport for Group DeathClutch in Alexandria, Minnesota. Barry confronted extremely touted brawler Christian Morecraft on January 20, 2012 at UFC on FX 1 in Nashville, Tennessee. Despite becoming caught early within an armbar, Barry escaped the distribution attempt and received the battle via KO at 3:38 from the 1st round. His make an impression on Morecraft gained him Battle of THE NIGHT TIME honors for the next amount of time in his career.ON, MAY 5, 2012, Barry faced the heavy-handed Lavar Johnson at UFC on Fox 3 in East Rutherford, NJ and misplaced via TKO in the 1st round. Regardless of the reduction, Barry could get yourself a takedown through the fight, as well as attempted a keylock distribution. However, Johnson worked well his method to his ft, caught Barry against the cage, and started to tee off with punches until Barry decreased to the ground as well as the referee intervened to avoid the fight.Following Group DeathClutch's closure, Barry briefly relocated to Greg Nelson's Minnesota FIGHTING TECHINQUES Academy in Minneapolis, Minnesota in October 2012 before relocating to Arvada, Colorado to teach under Trevor Wittman in the Grudge Training Middle.Barry faced past Muay Thai Champ Shane del Rosario in THE BEST Fighter: Group Carwin vs. Group Nelson Finale on Dec 15, 2012. After a detailed first circular where Barry could get away from some distribution attempts, he linked to a huge still left hand followed using a flurry of punches, completed by a damaging right connect, and earned by KO at 0:26 of circular two, getting Knockout of THE NIGHT TIME honors for the next time.He faced Shawn Jordan on June 15, 2013 at UFC 161, losing by TKO in circular one. However, afterwards reports came how the stoppage may have been due to an eyesight poke from Jordan. The record showed how the uppercut Jordan arrived (which appeared to daze Barry) wasn't an uppercut but an open up hands blow. The record also demonstrated that Jordan's fingertips found their method into Barry's eye. Following uppercut, Barry was attempting to protect the attention from another of Jordan's punches. Barry didn't mention that he previously been poked in the attention, but images from your day after the battle display that he tapped to attacks three times.In what will be his 12th and last UFC appearance, Barry was knocked out with vicious ground-and-pound in the support by Soa Palelei on December 7, 2013 at UFC Combat Evening 33 in Brisbane, Australia.

Return to kickboxing; Glory, and independent promotions (2014–present)

On January 28, 2014, Barry announced his pension from MMA via Twitter and his supervisor subsequently stated he'd likely go back to kickboxing. He made an appearance on Ariel Helwani's present the next month and announced that he previously agreed upon for world's best promotion, Glory.In his initial outing since time for kickboxing, a warm-up combat before his Glory debut, Barry defeated domestic heavyweight Ed Burris at Combat Sports Challenge 39 in Richmond, Virginia on March 22, 2014, scoring a knockdown using a bodyshot in circular one before halting Burris using a flurry of punches in circular two.He shed to Zack Mwekassa in the Glory 16: Denver - Heavyweight Contendership Competition reserve match in Broomfield on, may 3, 2014, struggling an early on knockdown before getting put away using a still left uppercut towards the finish of round one particular.Only a day following this loss, it had been reported that Barry was scheduled to rematch Mirko Cro Cop at Glory 17: LA in Inglewood, California in June 21, 2014. He withdrew in the combat for undisclosed factors, nevertheless, and was changed by Sergei Kharitonov.Still under connection with Glory, Barry had his up coming fight within a different company when he took about Demoreo Dennis at Legacy FC's first kickboxing event about January 16, 2015.After a straight first around, Barry began to land heavy leg kicks, that he landed a knockdown in around 2, and punches, aswell as utilizing a good defense against his opponents attacks. Barry got the very best of it going back two rounds, making the decision triumph.Barry was likely to go back to Glory and encounter veteran Mourad Bouzidi on Apr 3, 2015 in Glory 20. Nevertheless, Barry was pressured from the bout because of an injured hands and was changed by Dustin Jacoby.

Personal life

Barry has stated that his 3 heroes are his mom, Mike Tyson and Sagat, a Thai boxer from the road Fighter video gaming.Following their combat at UFC 115 in June 2010, Barry and Mirko Cro Cop are suffering from a friendship and Barry frequently trains with Cro Cop at his schooling centre in Zagreb, Croatia.

Championships and accomplishments


Kings of Kickboxing 2005 Kings of Kickboxing Competition Tournament U.S. Open up International FIGHTING TECHINQUES Championships 2003 U.S. Open up Sanshou Tournament 2004 U.S. Open up Sanshou Tournament Sanda Kungfu Federation SKF USA Heavyweight Tournament SKF Globe Heavyweight Championship Globe Wushu Championships 2003 Globe Wushu Championships −90 kg/198 lb Sanshou Sterling silver Medalist

Mixed martial arts

Combat USA Fight USA Heavyweight Tournament Ultimate Fighting Tournament Fight of the night time (2 times) vs. Antoni Hardonk and Christian Morecraft Knockout of the night time (2 times) vs. Antoni Hardonk and Shane del Rosario

Kickboxing record (Incomplete)

17 wins (10 KOs), 6 loss, 1 pull Date Result Opponent Event Area Method Round Time Record 2017-11-18 Eric Prindle Mixed Stunning Tournament 4 Miami, Florida, USA 2015-01-16 Win Demoreo Dennis Legacy Kickboxing 1 Houston, Texas, USA Decision (Split) 3 3:00 17-6-1 2014-05-03 Reduction Zack Mwekassa Glory 16: Denver - Heavyweight Contender Tournament, Reserve Match Broomfield, Colorado, USA KO (Still left Uppercut) 1 2:33 16-6-1 2014-03-22 Win Ed Burris Combat Sports activities Problem 39 Richmond, Virginia, USA TKO (Punches) 2 0:30 16-5-1 2007-12-15 Reduction Freddy Kemayo K-1 Fighting Network Prague 2007 Prague, Czech Republic TKO (Doctor Stoppage) 1 1:41 15-5-1 2007-08-11 Reduction Zabit Samedov K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in NEVADA, Semi Finals NEVADA, Nevada, USA Decision (Split) 3 3:00 15-4-1 2007-08-11 Win Rickard Nordstrand K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in NEVADA, Quarter Finals NEVADA, Nevada, USA KO (Right Low Kick) 2 2:16 15-3-1 2007-04-04 Reduction Aleksandr Pitchkounov K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Hawaii, Semi Finals Honolulu, Hawaii, USA Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 14-3-1 2007-04-04 Win Gary Goodridge K-1 World Grand Prix 2007 in Hawaii, Quarter Finals Honolulu, Hawaii, USA TKO (Doctor Stoppage) 1 1:07 14-2-1 2006-12-08 Win Scott Lighty Shin Do Kumate XI Tampa, Florida, USA KO (Right High Kick) 3 N/A 13-2-1 2006-04-29 Reduction Aleksandr Pitchkounov K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in NEVADA, Reserve Bout NEVADA, Nevada, USA Decision (Split) 3 3:00 12-2-1 2005-11-19 Draw Aleksandr Pitchkounov K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in Tokyo Final Tokyo, Japan Draw (Split) 3 3:00 12-1-1 2005-10-21 Win Dustin Hanning Heavyweight Gladiators Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA KO (Low Kicks) 1 N/A 12-1 2005-08-13 Win Mark Selbee K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in NEVADA II NEVADA, Nevada, USA KO (Strikes) 1 N/A 11-1 2005-04-30 Reduction Scott Lighty K-1 World Grand Prix 2005 in NEVADA, Reserve Bout NEVADA, Nevada, USA Decision (Split) 3 3:00 10-1 2005-01-22 Win Jayme McKinney Kings of Kickboxing, Final Gulfport, Mississippi, USA KO (Low Kicks) 1 N/A 10-0 Wins the 2005 Kings of Kickboxing Tournament Tournament. 2005-01-22 Gain Marshall Berger Kings of Kickboxing, Semi Finals Gulfport, Mississippi, USA Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 9-0 2005-01-22 Gain Eric Loveless Kings of Kickboxing, One fourth Finals Gulfport, Mississippi, USA KO (Still left Great Kick) 2 N/A 8-0 2004-12-18 Gain John Dixson U.S. Open up Fighting Problem New Orleans, Louisiana, USA KO (Hits) N/A N/A 7-0 2004-05-29 Gain Marcel Donk Zonnehuis Amsterdam, Netherlands Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00 6-0 2003-06-00 Gain Paul Gurevidius Artwork of Battle: China Involves Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia, USA KO (Great Kick) 2 N/A 5-0 Wins the SKF Globe Heavyweight Tournament. 2002-11-02 Gain Robert Parham Artwork of Battle: U.S. Open up K. Superstar NEVADA, Nevada, USA KO (Punches) 4 N/A 4-0 Wins the SKF USA Heavyweight Championship. Novice kickboxing record Day Result Opponent Event Area Method Round Period 2008-06-07 Get Chris Hawk WCL Finals Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA Decision (15–3) 1 3:00 2008-06-07 Get Matt Thomas WCL Finals Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA Decision (17–3) 1 3:00 2008-05-03 Reduction Jarrell Miller WCL Eastern & European Meeting Finals San Antonio, Tx, USA Decision (12–14) 1 3:00 2008-05-03 Get John Wayne WCL Eastern & European Meeting Finals San Antonio, Tx, USA Decision (16–8) 1 3:00 2003-11-00 Reduction Wael Moursi 2003 Globe Wushu Championships, Last Macau N/A N/A N/A Wins the 2003 Globe Wushu Championships −90 kg/198 lb Sanshou Metallic Medal.Story:   Get   Reduction   Pull/No competition   Notes

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record breakdown 15 fits 8 wins 7 deficits By knockout 7 4 By distribution 0 3 By decision 1 0 Res. Record Opponent Technique Event Date Circular Time Location Records Reduction 8–7 Soa Palelei KO (punches) UFC Battle Night time: Hunt vs. Bigfoot 000000002013-12-07-0000December 7, 2013 1 2:09 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Reduction 8–6 Shawn Jordan TKO (punches) UFC 161 000000002013-06-15-0000June 15, 2013 1 0:59 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Get 8–5 Shane del Rosario KO (punches) THE BEST Fighter 16 Finale 000000002012-12-15-0000December 15, 2012 2 0:26 NEVADA, Nevada, USA Knockout of the night time. Reduction 7–5 Lavar Johnson TKO (punches) UFC on Fox: Diaz vs. Miller 000000002012-05-05-0000May 5, 2012 1 4:38 East Rutherford, NJ, United States Get 7–4 Christian Morecraft KO (punches) UFC on FX: Guillard vs. Miller 000000002012-01-20-0000January 20, 2012 1 3:38 Nashville, Tennessee, USA Fight of the night time. Reduction 6–4 Stefan Struve Distribution (triangle armbar) UFC Live: Cruz vs. Johnson 000000002011-10-01-0000October 1, 2011 2 3:22 Washington D.C., USA Reduction 6–3 Cheick Kongo KO (punch) UFC Live: Kongo vs. Barry 000000002011-06-26-0000June 26, 2011 1 2:39 Pittsburgh, Pa, United States Get 6–2 Joey Beltran Decision (unanimous) UFC: Battle for the Soldiers 2 000000002011-01-22-0000January 22, 2011 3 5:00 Fort Hood, Tx, United States Reduction 5–2 Mirko Cro Cop Distribution (rear-naked choke) UFC 115 000000002010-06-12-0000June 12, 2010 3 4:30 Vancouver, English Columbia, Canada Get 5–1 Antoni Hardonk KO (punches) UFC 104 000000002009-10-24-0000October 24, 2009 2 2:30 LA, California, USA Fight of the night time; Knockout of the night time. Reduction 4–1 Tim Hague Distribution (guillotine choke) UFC 98 000000002009-05-23-0000May 23, 2009 1 1:42 NEVADA, Nevada, USA Get 4–0 Dan Evensen TKO (calf kicks) UFC 92 000000002008-12-27-0000December 27, 2008 1 2:36 NEVADA, Nevada, USA Get 3–0 Simon Diouf TKO (calf kicks) Fight USA: Fight in the Bay 8 000000002008-08-22-0000August 22, 2008 1 1:50 Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA Won the Fight USA Heavyweight Tournament. Get 2–0 John George KO (mind kick) Fight USA: Fight Night time 000000002008-06-28-0000June 28, 2008 1 0:49 Harris, Michigan, USA Gain 1–0 Mike Delaney TKO (knee kicks) Fight USA: Fight in the Bay 7 000000002008-05-30-0000May 30, 2008 1 3:25 Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA