Jess Liaudin

Jess Liaudin (born 21 December 1973) is a retired French professional mixed martial artist, kickboxer and film actor. A professional MMA competitor from 1990 until 2014, he competed for UFC, Pancrase,[1] Cage Rage, and King of the Cage.

Jess Liaudin
Born (1973-12-21) 21 December 1973 (age 48)
Evry, France
Other namesJoker
NationalityFrench
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight155 lb (70 kg; 11.1 st)
DivisionMiddleweight
Welterweight
Lightweight
Fighting out ofLondon, England
TeamPancrase London
Years active2000-2012 (MMA)
1990-2014 (Kickboxing/Muay Thai)
Kickboxing record
Total22
Wins19
By knockout12
Losses3
Mixed martial arts record
Total31
Wins20
By knockout5
By submission12
By decision3
Losses11
By knockout6
By submission1
By decision4
Other information
Websitehttps://www.jessliaudin.com

BackgroundEdit

Liaudin trained in martial arts from eight years old; in karate initially and then moving on to kickboxing. From the age of 16, he has been fighting in a variety of full-contact competitions. He has fought in over 84 amateur and professional fights in mixed martial arts, Muay Thai, and kickboxing.

Mixed martial arts careerEdit

Early careerEdit

Liaudin began his professional MMA career in 2000 as a Middleweight, compiling a 6–0 record before facing his first defeat. After a

Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipEdit

Liaudin signed to the UFC upon the heels of a three-fight winning streak, facing Dennis Siver at UFC 70. In arguably the most significant win of his career, Liaudin defeated Siver via first-round armbar just 1:21 into the fight.

After another first-round stoppage via TKO over Anthony Torres at UFC 75, Liaudin was scheduled to face Anthony Johnson at UFC 80. However, the bout was scrapped due to a hand injury Johnson suffered during training, and Liaudin instead returned at UFC 85 against Marcus Davis. Liaudin was knocked out in the first round.

After dropping a split decision to Paul Taylor at UFC 85, Liaudin then returned to the Lightweight division, facing David Bielkheden at UFC 89. Liaudin lost via unanimous decision, and was subsequently released from the promotion.

Post-UFCEdit

Liaudin had a successful remainder of his career after the UFC, winning his final six fights.

FilmographyEdit

  • 1997, Coca-Cola (TV commercial), Medieval sword fight/special action performer
  • 1997, The Imax Nutcracker/Sands Films, Toy & Mouse (stunt)
  • 2010, "Six degrees/Short Film", Tattoo artist
  • 2010, "South Central/Day I Die" (Clip video), (Stunt)
  • 2010, The Perpetrators/Dutiful Films ltd, Camou
  • 2010, For Kai/SnowPix Productions, "Mr Ashbeck"
  • 2011, The Sweeney, Pool Hall Bouncer
  • 2011, Snow white and the Huntsman, "The shadow army/special action performer"
  • 2011, Le Mentor de "Jean-Pierre Mocky", Le Bonimenteur
  • 2011, Four of a Kind/Short Film – Offkey Production, The Holiday maker
  • 2011, Different Perspectives – Brainbox Films & Red Clover Productions, Matheus
  • 2011, Ivryse – "Line up the stars" (Clip video)/ Davey inc, Russian gangster
  • 2012, Thor: The Dark World, Stunt performer
  • 2014, The Albion Falls/Short film, Jonah
  • 2015, A hitman in London/Raging Pictures(Skin Traffik), Sergei's Associate
  • 2015, The Squad, Waked
  • 2016, Exterminatus/Short Film, Judge Garrat
  • 2016, Night Fare, the driver
  • 2018, Submergence, Marcel
  • 2018, Holmes and Watson, The executioner
  • 2018, Big Brother/Bullet Films, David Jones
  • 2019, Anna, EuropaCorp, Olga's technician
  • Other work: The Bill/Talkback Thames,Streetdance 2 3D,B Monkey, Elephant juice.

ChampionshipsEdit

  • Welterweight World Title 77 kg- 10th Legion C F (2009)
  • Shootboxing Japan "S-of the world vol 5" Winner (2003)
  • European Cage Combat Middleweight Champion (2003)
  • Knock Down Sport Budo International Champion (2001)
  • European Brazilian jiu-jitsu & Grappling Championship (Fr) silver (2001)
  • UK Open Sambo Tournament Silver medalist (2001)
  • Long beach – World no gi (2007) Bronze medal
  • South East USA Kickboxing Champion (11/21/93)

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Professional record breakdown
31 matches 20 wins 11 losses
By knockout 5 6
By submission 12 1
By decision 3 4
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 20–11 Juan Manuel Suarez TKO (punches) Tenth Legion: Victorious 13 May 2012 2 4:51 London, England
Win 19–11 Rafael Silva Decision (unanimous) 10th Legion VII: Invasion of Warriors 13 March 2011 3 5:00 London, England
Win 18–11 Manu Garcia Submission (guillotine choke) 100% Fight 2 13 March 2010 1 0:30 Paris, France
Win 17–11 Bernueng Sakhomsin Submission (armbar) KMMA: MMA & Muay Thai Grand Extreme 7 November 2009 3 5:00 Macau, China
Win 16–11 Lee Doski Decision (unanimous) ASF 4 18 April 2009 3 5:00 Paris, France
Win 15–11 Peter Irving TKO (punches) 10th Legion: The War Machine 5 April 2009 1 4:06 Hull, England
Loss 14–11 David Bielkheden Decision (unanimous) UFC 89 18 October 2008 3 5:00 Birmingham, England Return to Lightweight.
Loss 14–10 Paul Taylor Decision (split) UFC 85 6 June 2008 3 5:00 London, England
Loss 14–9 Marcus Davis KO (punch) UFC 80 19 January 2008 1 1:04 Newcastle, England
Win 14–8 Anthony Torres TKO (punches) UFC 75 8 September 2007 1 4:10 London, England
Win 13–8 Dennis Siver Submission (armbar) UFC 70 21 April 2007 1 1:21 Manchester, England
Win 12–8 Ross Mason Submission (heel hook) Cage Rage 19 9 December 2006 1 2:55 England
Win 11–8 Lee Doski TKO (corner stoppage) Cage Rage Contenders 2 20 August 2006 2 5:00 London, England
Win 10–8 Paul Jenkins KO (punch) ZT: Fight Night 19 February 2006 1 4:05 England
Loss 9–8 Hidetaka Monma Submission (armbar) GCM: D.O.G. 3 17 September 2005 1 2:14 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 9–7 Abdul Mohamed TKO (doctor stoppage) Cage Rage 11 30 April 2005 1 5:00 England
Win 9–6 Mike Tomson Submission (ankle lock) Shoot-Fighting FC 17 April 2005 1 0:13 England
Win 8–6 Andy Walker Submission (heel hook) P & G: Clash in Consett 4 2 April 2005 1 2:09 England
Loss 7–6 Paul Daley TKO (doctor stoppage) Cage Rage 9 27 November 2004 1 5:00 England
Loss 7–5 Matt Ewin TKO (doctor stoppage) Cage Rage 7 10 July 2004 2 3:42 England
Loss 7–4 Shonie Carter Decision (unanimous) Cage Wars 30 May 2004 3 5:00 Ireland Return to Welterweight.
Loss 7–3 Paul Taylor Decision (unanimous) Cage Rage 2 22 February 2003 3 5:00 England Lightweight debut.
Win 7–2 Shain Tovell Submission (heel hook) UZI 1: Cage Combat Evolution 30 November 2002 1 0:56 England
Loss 6–2 Joey Guel TKO (corner stoppage) KOTC 15: Bad Intentions 22 June 2002 1 2:31 California, United States
Loss 6–1 Marcos da Silva TKO (doctor stoppage) Cage Wars 2 15 May 2002 1 5:00 England
Win 6–0 Paul Seney Submission (punches) Vale Tudo FC 25 November 2001 2 N/A England
Win 5–0 Rob Miller Submission (triangle choke) UKMMAC 1: Sudden Impact 11 November 2001 1 1:03 England
Win 4–0 Dave Ives Submission (toe hold) KSBO: International 17 June 2001 1 N/A England
Win 3–0 Guy Stainthorp Submission (triangle choke) KSBO: International 17 June 2001 1 N/A England
Win 2–0 Chris Collins Submission (armlock) Hasdell Competition 9 June 2001 1 0:58 England
Win 1–0 Moise Rimbon Decision (1–0 points) Pancrase: Pancrase UK 25 November 2000 N/A N/A England

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Colomiers. Jess Liaudin espère tourner dans le prochain «Bond»". ladepeche.fr (in French). Retrieved 20 December 2021.

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