Bryce Mitchell is an undefeated MMA Fighter who has an extraordinary fight record of 11-0. What is even more remarkable is the journey that Bryce Mitchell had to endure before he could make his debut in the annals of UFC’s Fight Night events. Known for his incredibly potential, Mitchell has taken on and defeated some top fighters in the world of MMA and fought a life-threatening groin injury.
Last 5 Fights of Bryce Mitchell
|Win||Bobby Moffett||UFC Fight Night 148 – Thompson vs Pettis||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Tyler Diamond||UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 27 Finale||Majority Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Jose Mariscal||V3 Fights 60 – Willis vs Norwood||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Issac Ware||V3 Fights 56 – Mitchell vs Ware||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||1||1:30|
|Win||Brandon Phillips||WSOF 33 – Branch vs Magalhaes||Submission (Triangle Choke)||2||3:14|
Bryce Mitchell Statistics
Gym/ Team/ Association
‘Thug Nasty’ Bryce Mitchell
Date of Birth
4 – 10 – 1994
Sherwood, Arkansas, United States of America.
Current Professional MMA Record
11 – 0 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)
Current Professional MMA Streak
Win Method Ratio
(KO/ TKO : Submission : Decision) – 0 : 73 : 27
Bryce Mitchell Biography
Bryce Mitchell is known for being an undefeated UFC Fighter. At only 24 years of age, Mitchell has his entire career in front of him at the moment. Having started fighting professionally in MMA in 2015, he fought in V3 Fights, AXS TV Fights, and WSOF until 2017. By the time 17th June of 2017 had rolled around, he had already racked up an impressive record of 9-0.
Then Bryce Mitchell finally made the debut that he had been waiting for. On the 6th of July, 2018, he fought in the finale of The Ultimate Fighter 27, where he added to his already impressive record by picking up yet another impressive win. With a 10-0 record, he was set for his next UFC fight, but it was not to be.
He got in an accident with a power tool and after tearing his groin open in a horrible gruesome injury in August of 2018. His nether region was twisted with a drill which had gone off. He posted a picture of his blood covered boxers, and as a result got a deal with a boxers company who are now sponsoring him.
Since then, Bryce Mitchell has finally returned to action after healing from the issues that he had been suffering from. He fought in March of 2019 in the UFC Fight Night and won against Bobby Moffett.