Todd Duffee is a relatively well-known UFC Fighter who competes in its Heavyweight division and has earned some notable awards in the company. He trains with one of the most popular and important team in mixed martial arts, the American Top Team and has squared off against some of the most prolific UFC Fighters in the Octagon such as Frank Mir, Alistair Overeem and Mike Russow. Fans might also recognize him from his role as the poverty stricken but talented MMA fighter Tim Newhouse in the Michael Jai White-produced 2011 American martial-arts movie Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown.
- Last 5 fights of Todd Duffee
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Last 5 fights of Todd Duffee
|Loss||Frank Mir||UFC Fight Night: Mir vs. Duffee||KO (punch)||1||1:13|
|Win||Anthony Hamilton||UFC 181||KO (punch)||1||0:33|
|Win||Philip De Fries ||UFC 155||TKO (punches)||1||2:04|
|Win ||Neil Grove||SFL 2||TKO (punches)||1||0:34|
|Loss||Alistair Overeem||Dynamite!! 2010||KO (punches)||1||0:19|
Todd Duffee Statistics
|Gym/ Team/ Association||American Top Team|
|Nickname||The Irish Car Bomb|
|Date of Birth||December 6, 1985|
|Hometown||Evansville, Indiana, United States of America|
Todd Duffee Record
|MMA Record||Current Professional MMA Record||Current Professional MMA Streak|
Win Method Ratio: (KO/TKO : Submission : Decision) - 9:0:0
Todd Duffee Highlights
Todd Duffee actively took part in various sports while growing up, which included baseball, soccer, basketball, track & field and even bull riding. He was exceptionally good in football and was set to play college football but an unfortunate injury derailed his career. He also took part in boxing but was not much committed to it. Duffee continued with his boxing training but after viewing a UFC event he made up his mind to hone his craft in MMA.
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He made his MMA debut in 2007 and won his first three fights against Mike Walbright, Mark Haniger and Josh Bennett. Duffee then took on UFC veteran Assuerio Silva in the main event of Jungle Fight 11 held on September 13, 2008 and won in convincing fashion courtesy of a TKO in the second round.
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After being pulled out of two matches, Duffee made his UFC debut against Tim Hague at UFC 102. He won the match in only 7 seconds and thereby set the record for the fastest KO in UFC Heavyweight history.
He was released by the UFC on September 7, 2010 and the reason behind it was not particularly disclosed by the company or president Dana White.
After having a short stint at a Japanese based promotion DREAM, he made his return to UFC on December 29, 2012 at UFC 155 against Phil De Fries. He won the fight in the first round courtesy of a TKO. For his performance, he was honored with the Knockout of the Night bonus award.
He was ruled out of active competition for the majority of 2013 after it was discovered that Duffee had fought with an undisclosed injury in his match against De Fries.
He then made his return at UFC 181 with a win over Anthony Hamilton and then suffered a loss against Frank Mir in the main event of UFC Fight Night 71. Subsequent injuries then put him on the shelf and after a hiatus of four years, Todd Duffee’s next fight will be on UFC Fight Night against Jeff Hughes on September 14, 2019.