Ufc Phil Davis

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Fight, Fight, Fight is the mantra behind UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship). UFC is a mixed martial arts promotion company which is the biggest of its nature in the world. It has seven weight divisions and one of those is the “Light Heavy Weight Division.” Phil Davis is one of the stars of this category ranked number six in this division. UFC Phil Davis is an event not to be missed at any cost as the ultimate fighting star is coming back after recovering from an injury.
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Like a lot of professional wrestlers Phil Davis also had a college wrestling background. His college was Penn State where he came at number five in the national championship in 2007 in the 197 lb category. He then went on to win the NCAA title the very next year in 2008 in that same weight category of 197 lbs. His record when he was at Penn State stood at 116-17 which wasn’t too bad and he also went on to claim four NCAA Division 1 titles. After he graduated and left Penn State he went straight into training with the “Lion Heart” which was a new MMA team at that time. That team was coached by big names like Mark Miller nicknamed the “Fight Shark” who had a kick boxing and Muay Thai background, TJ Turner who has a boxing background, Matt Kocher with a wrestling and S&C background, Jeff Rockwell and Ryan Gruhn with Muay Thai as his specialty.

Phil Davis’ main training partners were Jim Hettes and Paul Bradley. Apart from that he also spent time training with other professional fighters like Shannon Slack, Jon Jones, Dominic Cruz and another legend of the UFC and its former world heavy weight champion Cain Velasquez. He started to fight professionally in 2008 where his record was 4-0 in the regional fights that took place in various cities of the United States. Unfortunately the team “Lion Heart” broke up in 2009 and Phil was forced to move to the state of San Diego, California where he started to train with another MMA promotion group called the “Alliance MMA.” Lloyd Irwin became his mentor and under his guidance Phil went on to claim the blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in the year 2009. In the very same year of 2009 he went on to claim the world title in the World Jiu-Jitsu Championships and that too in the super heavyweight category of 221 lbs.

Phil signed a contract with UFC in the December of 2009 where he had his first fight against Brian Stann in February 2010. He went on to win that fight not through a knock out but via unanimous decision. His next fight was against Alexander Gustafsson two months later where he beat his opponent in only four minutes and fifty five seconds in the very first round, by making him tap out to the deadly “Anaconda Choke”. After this fight, UFC Phil Davis events suddenly became top-sellers in the market. His next opponent was Rodney Wallace where he did not win via submission but by a unanimous decision by controlling most of the fight. That unanimous decision in his favor read as 30-26, 30-27, 30-27. The next fight earned him US$ 80,000 prize money when he beat Tim Boetsch in November, 2010 by kimura submission. MMANews247.com gave that move of Phil’s “The Submission of the Year” award.

Phil was scheduled to face Matt Hamill but that didn’t materialize and he instead fought against Antonio Rogerio Nogueira when he replaced the injured Tito Ortiz. Phil won that fight with a unanimous decision in his favor. That win ranked him in the MMA top ten and up to number thirteen in the rankings by Fight Matrix. When the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones got injured and was deemed unfit to fight the former UFC Light Heavyweight champion Rashad Evans, Phil became his replacement for that fight to be held in August, 2011. Unfortunately, before probably the biggest fight of his life, Phil injured his knee and his place was then taken by Tito Ortiz. His next fight was scheduled against Lyoto Machida at UFC 140 but it was announced that Phil was still recovering from his knee injury and would not be able to compete. His fans were little disappointed at this but they knew that when UFC Phil Davis fights will be back, they will be bigger and better than ever.

Now recovered to fight again, Phil Davis is back with a bang. He is schedule to fight Rashad Evans and other mighty fighters in this upcoming fights. With his comeback, his fans only have one thing on theirminds and that is to get their hands on UFC Phil Davis tickets. So now when these tickets are available, avail the oppurtunity to watch your favorite fighter in action once again.

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