Mark
Coleman
16-10-0( V-D-E )

Historique des combats

Analyse des compétences

Les tableaux représentent une compilation des résultats de 26 combats.
Record: 16-10-0
Résumé: Ground and Pound, experience, wrestling

Fighter Info

Surnom: The Hammer
De: Columbus, Ohio USA
Age: 50
Taille: 6' 1" ( 185 cm )
Poids: 205 livres ( 93 kg )

Frappes

Total de tentatives de frappes
0
126
48% réussi
61
Types de frappes réussies
0
61
41% Debout
13%
46% Sol
25
8
28
Défense de frappe
40
%
Pourcentage total de frappes évitées

Grappling

Total de mises au sol
0
18
56% réussi
10
Types de mises au sol réussies
 
 
{0}% Soum.
{0}% Passes
{0}% Balayages
0
4
0
Takedown Defense
50
%
Pourcentage total de mises au sol évitées
Résultats Combattants Evénement Fr MS Soum. Passe Méthode Revisionner
Loss
Mark Coleman
févr. 6, 2010
44
10
1
0
1
0
2
0
R2 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
juil. 11, 2009
20
26
3
0
0
3
3
1
R3 Decision - Unanimous
Loss
Mark Coleman
janv. 17, 2009
62
31
1
7
2
0
1
1
R3 KO/TKO
Loss
Fedor Emelianenko
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 32: The Real Deal
oct. 21, 2006
19
7
0
2
3
0
0
0
R2 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 31: Unbreakable
févr. 26, 2006
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
R1 KO/TKO
Win
Mark Coleman
Milco Voorn
Bushido Europe - Rotterdam Rumble
oct. 9, 2005
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
R1 Submission
Loss
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 29: Fists Of Fire
févr. 20, 2005
12
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
R1 KO/TKO
Loss
Fedor Emelianenko
Mark Coleman
PRIDE Total Elimination 2004
avr. 25, 2004
4
5
0
2
2
1
0
2
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 26: Bad to the Bone
juin 8, 2003
53
19
3
0
1
0
4
0
R3 Decision - Unanimous
Loss
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 16: Beasts from the East
sept. 24, 2001
16
6
0
0
3
1
0
0
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 13: Collision Course
mars 25, 2001
10
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
R1 KO/TKO
Win
Mark Coleman
Kazuyuki Fujita
PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Finals
mai 1, 2000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R1 KO/TKO
Win
Mark Coleman
Akira Shoji
PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Finals
mai 1, 2000
75
6
3
0
0
0
2
0
R1 Decision - Unanimous
Mark Coleman
Igor Vovchanchyn
PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Finals
mai 1, 2000
61
1
2
0
3
0
3
0
R2 KO/TKO
Win
Mark Coleman
Masaaki Satake
PRIDE Grand Prix 2000 Opening Round
janv. 30, 2000
9
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
Ricardo Morais
PRIDE 8
nov. 21, 1999
12
3
3
0
4
0
4
0
R2 Decision - Unanimous
Loss
Nobuhiko Takada
Mark Coleman
PRIDE 5
avr. 29, 1999
3
17
0
2
1
3
0
3
R2 Submission
Loss
Mark Coleman
janv. 8, 1999
16
25
0
2
0
0
0
0
R2 Decision - Split
Loss
Mark Coleman
mai 15, 1998
22
26
0
3
1
0
0
1
R2 KO/TKO
Mark Coleman
juil. 27, 1997
55
19
0
2
0
2
0
9
R3 Decision - Unanimous
Mark Coleman
Dan Severn
févr. 7, 1997
4
2
0
0
2
0
1
0
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
sept. 20, 1996
9
3
1
0
0
0
1
0
R1 KO/TKO
Win
Mark Coleman
Julian Sanchez
sept. 20, 1996
7
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
juil. 12, 1996
33
3
2
0
0
0
2
0
R1 Submission
Win
Mark Coleman
juil. 12, 1996
25
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
R1 KO/TKO
Mark Coleman
juil. 12, 1996
34
1
3
0
2
0
6
0
R1 KO/TKO

Biographie

The man who practically created the phrase “ground and pound”, UFC Hall of Famer Mark “The Hammer” Coleman was one of the Octagon’s pioneers from 1996 to 1999. In Spring of 1999, he traveled to Japan to compete in the PRIDE organization, where he resurrected his career, won the PRIDE Grand Prix finals in 2000, and re-established himself as one of the best heavyweights in the world. But his heart remained with the UFC, and in 2009, the former NCAA National wrestling champion from Ohio State returned to the UFC with a Fight of the Night performance against Mauricio “Shogun” Rua.

Training:
Every day I train is different.  I pretty much make my plans the day of. I see how my body feels and pretty much take it from there.  I try to get in at least two workouts a day at two hours apiece.  I mix it up with a little bit of everything – sparring, wrestling, grappling, cardio, and weight training.

When and why did you start training for fighting?
The first time I saw the UFC on TV, I knew immediately that’s what I wanted to do.  It fit me perfectly.  If there had been Ultimate Fighting when I was a kid, I would have been training for it when I was a kid. Once I saw it and knew it was real, I knew I was gonna do it immediately.

What ranks and titles have you held?
UFC Hall of Famer, Former UFC Heavyweight Champion, PRIDE 2000 Open Weight Grand Prix Champion, 1988 NCAA National Wrestling Champion for Ohio State, 1992 US Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Team member.

Do you have any heroes?
My mother and father and my two kids.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC?
It means everything in the world to me. I’ve been trying to get back in the UFC since I left. It’s always been my goal to get back and it just took a little longer than I anticipated. I’m grateful that the UFC has given me another opportunity to come back and fight again in the big leagues.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn?
Ohio State – degree in education.

What was your job before you started fighting?
Assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State and focusing full-time on trying to be an Olympic champion.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition?
1988 NCAA Division I National Wrestling Champion for Ohio State, 1992 US Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Team member (finished seventh in Barcelona Games), second place for US in 1991 FILA World Championships, fourth place in 1986 NCAA Division I National Championships for Miami University of Ohio. Two-time Mid-American Conference Champion, 1988 Big Ten Champion, 1988 All-Big Ten selection.

Specific accomplishments in pro competition?
UFC Hall of Famer, Former UFC Heavyweight Champion, PRIDE 2000 Open Weight Grand Prix Champion

Favorite grappling technique:
Double leg takedown

Favorite Striking technique:
Ground and pound
 

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