Ali Ibrahim Abdelaziz is an MMA manager and CEO of Dominance MMA who has a fourth-degree black belt in Judo.
Ali Abdelaziz became a Multiple time National Judo Champion in Egypt before transitioning into MMA.
Abdelaziz made his MMA debut at Ring of Fire 12 against Chee Bates. Abdelaziz made short work of Bates and submitted him inside 2 minutes via guillotine choke. Ali's career went downhill after the victory as he lost his 2-fights in Ring Of Fire 26 and then lost to Caol Uno at K-1 Hero's 8 via first-round armbar submission.
Due to the continuous losing streak, Abdelaziz indulged in illegal activities and got jail time for it. He got recruited by the NYPD to work as a mole within the Muslims of America group.
Ali Abdelaziz became an MMA manager and started Dominance MMA in 2008 with a few clients. He transformed the company from a ragtag organization to an MMA Athlete management juggernaut that assists fighters in securing fight contracts and land sponsorship deals.
Ali Abdelaziz and Dominance MMA currently manage many stars including Cody Garbrandt, Khabib Nurmagomedov, Ray Borg, Anthony Johnson, Rashad Evans, Magomed Bibulatov, Frankie Edgar, Fabricio Werdum, Kamaru Usman, Gilbert Burns, Zubaira Tukhugov, Justin Gaethje, Ryan LaFlare, Renzo Gracie, Kayla Harrison, Islam Makhachev and Beneil Dariush.
Ali Abdelaziz's current record stands at 1-3. He retired from competition in 2007
Below is the professional MMA record of Ali Abdelaziz