What is Dustin Jacoby's Record?

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Dustin Jacoby Record
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Dustin Jacoby, born on April 4, 1988, in Fort Morgan, Colorado, is an American mixed martial artist competing in the UFC's light heavyweight division (205 lbs). Jacoby, known for his kickboxing fighting style, has a professional MMA record of 19 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw (19-7-1), with 12 wins by knockout and 1 by submission.


Jacoby began his professional MMA career in 2010, making his UFC debut in October 2011. After two back-to-back losses in the UFC, he was dropped by the promotion. Jacoby then shifted his focus to kickboxing and found success in the Glory kickboxing organization, winning multiple tournaments and fighting some of the best in the sport. He returned to MMA in 2019 and earned his way back into the UFC through Dana White's Contender Series in 2020​.


In his second stint with the UFC, Jacoby went on a 6-fight unbeaten streak. He has notable victories, including a first-round TKO against Justin Ledet in October 2020 and a first-round knockout of Da Un Jung in July 2022, which earned him a Performance of the Night bonus. Despite a few losses, Jacoby's grit and continuous improvement have kept him ranked at #8 in the light heavyweight division. He is currently scheduled to face Dominick Reyes on June 8, 2024, at UFC on ESPN 57.


Dustin Jacoby Record

Dustin Jacoby currently maintains a professional MMA record of 19 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw (19-8-1). Of his wins, 12 have come via knockouts, 1 by submitting his opponent, and through judges decisions on 6 occasions. Jacoby maintains a UFC record of 7 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw in 13 bouts (7-5-1).



ResultRecordOpponentMethodEventDateRoundTimeLocation
Loss19–8–1Alonzo MenifieldDecision (unanimous)UFC 296December 16, 202335:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win19–7–1Kennedy NzechukwuTKO (punches)UFC on ESPN: Sandhagen vs. FontAugust 5, 202311:22Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Loss18–7–1Azamat MurzakanovDecision (unanimous)UFC on ESPN: Holloway vs. AllenApril 15, 202335:00Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Loss18–6–1Khalil Rountree Jr.Decision (split)UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs. AllenOctober 29, 202235:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win18–5–1Jung Da-unKO (punch)UFC on ABC: Ortega vs. RodríguezJuly 16, 202213:13Elmont, New York, United States
Win17–5–1Michał OleksiejczukDecision (unanimous)UFC 272March 5, 202235:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win16–5–1John AllanDecision (unanimous)UFC 268November 6, 202135:00New York City, New York, United States
Win15–5–1Darren StewartTKO (punches)UFC on ESPN: Barboza vs. ChikadzeAugust 28, 202113:04Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Draw14–5–1Ion CuțelabaDraw (split)UFC on ESPN: Reyes vs. ProcházkaMay 1, 202135:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win14–5Maxim GrishinDecision (unanimous)UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. GaneFebruary 27, 202135:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win13–5Justin LedetTKO (leg kicks and punches)UFC Fight Night: Hall vs. SilvaOctober 31, 202012:38Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win12–5Ty FloresDecision (unanimous)Dana White's Contender Series 27August 4, 202035:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win11–5Cody EastDecision (unanimous)SCL 74: King of Sparta Heavyweight SeriesJune 29, 201935:00Golden, Colorado, United States
Loss10–5John SalterSubmission (rear-naked choke)Bellator 132January 16, 201523:33Temecula, California, United States
Loss10–4Muhammed LawalTKO (punches)Bellator 123September 5, 201421:13Uncasville, Connecticut, United States
Win10–3Lucas LopesTKO (head kick and punches)Titan FC 29August 22, 201414:15Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Win9–3Andrew SanchezDecision (split)CCCW: The UprisingMarch 2, 201335:00Springfield, Illinois, United States
Loss8–3David BranchDecision (unanimous)WSOF 1November 3, 201235:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win8–2Tim WilliamsTKO (doctor stoppage)Cage Fury FC 16August 24, 201214:04Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win7–2Billy JohnsonKO (punch)Hoosier Fight Club 11June 2, 201210:45Valparaiso, Indiana, United States
Loss6–2Chris CamozziSubmission (guillotine choke)UFC on Fox: Evans vs. DavisJanuary 28, 201231:08Chicago, Illinois, United States
Loss6–1Clifford StarksDecision (unanimous)UFC 137October 29, 201135:00Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win6–0Billy HorneTKO (punches)AP: Riverfists 2011September 4, 201110:37Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Win5–0Ryan SturdyTKO (doctor stoppage)XFO 40June 25, 201122:31Lakemoor, Illinois, United States
Win4–0Oscar GloverTKO (punches)CCCW: Fight Night 3April 30, 201112:25St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Win3–0Ryan BraunSubmission (triangle choke)Disorderly Conduct 1: St. Patty's ShowdownMarch 12, 201111:05Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Win2–0David GastonTKO (punches)CCCW 6January 29, 201110:54Springfield, Illinois, United States
Win1–0Dan McGlassonTKO (punches)CCCW: Fight Night 2November 27, 201012:09St. Louis, Missouri, United States


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Dustin Jacoby UFC Career

Dustin Jacoby's UFC career has seen several ups and downs. He first made his UFC debut in 2011 but was released after two consecutive losses. Jacoby returned to the UFC through Dana White's Contender Series in 2020, where he secured a contract by defeating Ty Flores via unanimous decision.


In his comeback fight, Jacoby knocked out Justin Ledet in the first round. He continued his winning streak with victories over Maxim Grishin and Darren Stewart and a unanimous decision win over John Allan. Despite a split draw against Ion Cuțelaba, Jacoby signed a new four-fight contract with the UFC. He defeated Michał Oleksiejczuk and earned his first Performance of the Night bonus with a knockout win over Da Un Jung.


Jacoby faced setbacks with a split decision loss to Khalil Rountree Jr. and a unanimous decision loss to Azamat Murzakanov. He bounced back with a first-round TKO victory over Kennedy Nzechukwu, earning his second Performance of the Night bonus. However, he lost his next fight via unanimous decision to Alonzo Menifield. Jacoby is now gearing up to face Dominick Reyes on June 8, 2024, at UFC on ESPN 57.


FAQs On Dustin Jacoby's Record

A. 19 wins, 8 losses, and 1 draw (19–8–1).

A. Dustin Jacoby maintains a UFC record of 7 wins, 5 losses, and 1 draw (7-5-1).

A. Dustin Jacoby's next fight will see him squaring off against Dominick Reyes on June 8, 2024.

A. Dustin Jacoby competes in the light heavyweight division and weighs 205 lbs or 93 kg.

A. Dustin Jacoby fought as a kickboxer at GLORY Kickboxing before he was re-signed to the UFC. 

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