Mateusz Gamrot (born December 11, 1990) is a Polish professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Lightweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Gamrot is a former KSW Featherweight Champion and KSW Lightweight Champion. As of September 26, 2023, he is #6 in the UFC lightweight rankings.[6]

Mateusz Gamrot
Born (1990-12-11) December 11, 1990 (age 32)
Bielsko-Biała, Poland
Other namesGamer
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight155 lb (70 kg; 11 st 1 lb)
Reach71 in (180 cm)[1]
Fighting out ofPoznań, Poland
TeamAnkos MMA (until 2017)[2]
Czerwony Smok (2017–present)[3]
American Top Team (2018–present)[4]
RankBlack belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Przemo Gnat[5]
Years active2012–present
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout8
By submission5
By decision10
By decision2
No contests1
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
Medal record
Representing  Poland
Men's Submission Wrestling
ADCC European Championship
Gold medal – first place 2014 Sofia -77kg
Bronze medal – third place 2015 Turku -77kg
Silver medal – second place 2018 Bucharest -77kg
Gold medal – first place 2019 Poznań -77kg

Background edit

Gamrot started wrestling at the age of ten.[7] In middle school age, he moved to a boarding school in Milicz to train there in freestyle wrestling. While studying in a technical school, he belonged to the national wrestling team where he won medals in the Polish junior and youth championships. As a 20-year-old he moved permanently to Poznań. There he trains and has a family and two children.[8]

In 2002, he began his journey with martial arts, starting with wrestling. During his wrestling career he achieved many successes in Poland and internationally. He fought over 300 duels on the mat, wrestling, among others, at the European and World Championships. Since 2011, he has been training mixed martial arts. He gained his training experience under the supervision of an excellent trainer, Andrzej Kościelski, World Champion in wrestling.[9]

In 2012, he won a gold medal at the European Amateur MMA Championships (Brussels) and a year later he defended the championship title again winning gold in the 70 kg category (Budapest).[10]

Two times in a row (2013, 2014) he won the gold medal at the Polish championships in grappling in the purple stripes category (Luboń). In 2014 he won the ADCC Submission Wrestling European championships in up to 77 kg class.[10]

Mixed martial arts career edit

Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki edit

He made his professional MMA debut on February 4, 2012 at XFS Night of Champions, defeating Chechen Arbi Shamayev. By the end of the year he had won two more fights for the federation and then he signed with KSW. On June 8, 2013 he had his first fight in KSW, beating Mateusz Zawadzki via TKO at KSW 23: Khalidov vs. Manhoef.[11] On September 28 at KSW 24 he defeated former UFC fighter Andre Winner on points.[12] At KSW 27, Mateusz defeated Jefferson George on points.[13]

On September 13, 2014 he fought for the British organization Cage Warriors, defeating Welshman Tim Newman in the 1st round at CW 72.[14] He returned on December 6, 2014 to defeat Łukasz Chlewicki at KSW 29 via unanimous decision.[15] At KSW 30 on February 21, 2015, he won over Brazilian Rodrigo Cavalheiro Correia by technical knockout six seconds before the final bell.[16] Gamrot earned a Knockout of the Night bonus award with the performance.[17]

At KSW 32: Road to Wembley, Mateusz defeated Marif Piraev via TKO in the second round, getting his tenth straight win to start his career.[18]

KSW Lightweight Championship edit

On May 27, 2016 at KSW 35, he fought for the vacant KSW Lightweight Championship belt against former British BAMMA and Russian M-1 Global champion Frenchman Mansour Barnaoui.[19] He claimed the title via unanimous decision and both fighters were awarded the Fight of the Night bonus.[20][21]

At KSW 36: Materla vs. Palhares on October 1, 2016, he defended his title via heel hook against Renato Gomes Gabriel in the second round.[22]

Gamrot faced former UFC fighter Norman Parke at KSW 39: Colosseum on May 27, 2017.[23] He won the bout and retained the title via unanimous decision.[24]

Gamrot rematched Norman Parke at KSW 40: Dublin on October 22, 2017.[25] At the weigh-ins, Parke came in one pound over the championship limit and the bout was deemed a non-title bout.[26] After the bout was stopped due to eye pokes that left Parke unable to continue, Parke shoved Gamrot's cornerman, Borys Mankowski, which resulted in Marcin Bilman, another professional fighter who was in the champion's corner, responded by landing a punch on Parke. Gamrot was subsequently fined 30% of his purse and Bilman was handed a two-year ban from KSW events.[27]

On March 3, 2018 at KSW 42: Khalidov vs. Narkun, Gamrot defeated Grzegorz Szulakowski via keylock submission in the fourth round, defending the KSW Lightweight Championship.[28]

Two-division champion edit

On December 1, 2018 at KSW 46: Narkun vs. Khalidov 2, he fought for a second belt, this time for the KSW Featherweight Championship, against submission specialist Kleber Koike Erbst, where he won the bout after a five-round domination, capturing the organization's second crown.[29]

Vacating the titles edit

On May 17, 2019, in a video on Borys Mankowski's YouTube channel, Gamrot announced that he had vacated his two belts and did not renew his contract with KSW.[30]

On March 6, 2020, KSW announced Gamrot's return to the organization. The KSW double champion was scheduled to return at KSW 53 in Lodz, Poland against the Brazilian Edimilson Souza,[31] but due to a coronavirus pandemic the event was canceled.[32] On July 11 he fought his third bout at KSW 53: Reborn against Norman Parke. Parke missed weight for the bout and was fined, which went to Gamrot.[33] Gamrot won the fight in the third round via technical knockout.[34]

On August 29, 2020, he fought his last fight under his KSW contract against Marian Ziółkowski at KSW 54: Gamrot vs. Ziółkowski, who replaced the injured Shamil Musayev.[35] After a 5-round bout, Gamrot won via unanimous decision.[36]

Ultimate Fighting Championship edit

2020 edit

On September 17, 2020, it was announced that Gamrot signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.[37]

Gamrot, as a replacement for Renato Moicano, was scheduled to face Magomed Mustafaev at UFC Fight Night: Ortega vs. The Korean Zombie on October 18, 2020.[38] In turn, Mustafaev pulled out in early October due to undisclosed reasons.[39][40] Gamrot faced fellow promotional newcomer Guram Kutateladze instead.[41] He lost the close fight via split decision.[42] Both fighters earned the Fight of the Night award.[43]

2021 edit

Gamrot faced Scott Holtzman on April 10, 2021 at UFC on ABC: Vettori vs. Holland.[44] He won the fight via knockout in the second round.[45] This win earned him the Performance of the Night award.[46]

Gamrot faced Jeremy Stephens on July 17, 2021 at UFC on ESPN: Makhachev vs. Moisés.[47] He won the fight via kimura in round one, this submission is the quickest of its kind in UFC history.[48][49] This win earned him the Performance of the Night award.[50]

As the first bout of his new four-fight contract, Gamrot faced Carlos Diego Ferreira on December 18, 2021 at UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Daukaus.[51][52] He won the bout via TKO in round two, forcing Ferreira to submit with a knee to the body.[53]

2022 edit

Gamrot faced Arman Tsarukyan on June 25, 2022 at UFC on ESPN 38.[54] He won the closely contested fight via unanimous decision.[55] 15 of 22 MMA media outlets scored the bout in favor of Tsarukyan.[56] Both fighters earned the Fight of the Night award.[57]

As the first fight of his four-fight contract, Gamrot faced Beneil Dariush on October 22, 2022 at UFC 280.[58][7] He lost the fight by unanimous decision.[59]

2023 edit

Gamrot, replacing Dan Hooker, faced Jalin Turner on March 4, 2023, at UFC 285.[60] In a closely contested bout where Gamrot employed his wrestling to combat Turner’s reach advantage, he won the bout via split decision.[61]

Gamrot faced Rafael Fiziev on September 23, 2023 at UFC Fight Night 228[62] He won the fight via technical knockout due to knee injury in round two.[63]

In October 2023, Gamrot announced that he was serving as the backup fighter for the main event of UFC 294 on October 21, 2023; Islam Makhachev v Alexander Volkanovski 2.[64]

Championships and accomplishments edit

Mixed martial arts edit

Grappling edit

Mixed martial arts record edit

Professional record breakdown
26 matches 23 wins 2 losses
By knockout 8 0
By submission 5 0
By decision 10 2
No contests 1
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 23–2 (1) Rafael Fiziev TKO (knee injury) UFC Fight Night: Fiziev vs. Gamrot September 23, 2023 2 2:03 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 22–2 (1) Jalin Turner Decision (split) UFC 285 March 4, 2023 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 21–2 (1) Beneil Dariush Decision (unanimous) UFC 280 October 22, 2022 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Win 21–1 (1) Arman Tsarukyan Decision (unanimous) UFC on ESPN: Tsarukyan vs. Gamrot June 25, 2022 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Fight of the Night.
Win 20–1 (1) Carlos Diego Ferreira TKO (submission to knee to the body) UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Daukaus December 18, 2021 2 3:26 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 19–1 (1) Jeremy Stephens Submission (kimura) UFC on ESPN: Makhachev vs. Moisés July 17, 2021 1 1:05 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Performance of the Night.
Win 18–1 (1) Scott Holtzman KO (punches) UFC on ABC: Vettori vs. Holland April 10, 2021 2 1:22 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Performance of the Night.
Loss 17–1 (1) Guram Kutateladze Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Ortega vs. The Korean Zombie October 18, 2020 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Fight of the Night.
Win 17–0 (1) Marian Ziółkowski Decision (unanimous) KSW 54 August 29, 2020 5 5:00 Warsaw, Poland Defended the KSW Lightweight Championship.
Win 16–0 (1) Norman Parke TKO (doctor stoppage) KSW 53 July 11, 2020 3 3:02 Warsaw, Poland Return to Lightweight. Non-title bout; Parke missed weight (158.3 lb).
Win 15–0 (1) Kleber Koike Erbst Decision (unanimous) KSW 46 December 1, 2018 5 5:00 Gliwice, Poland Featherweight debut. Won the vacant KSW Featherweight Championship.
Win 14–0 (1) Grzegorz Szulakowski Submission (keylock) KSW 42 March 3, 2018 4 4:15 Łódź, Poland Defended the KSW Lightweight Championship.
NC 13–0 (1) Norman Parke NC (accidental eye poke) KSW 40 October 22, 2017 2 4:39 Dublin, Ireland Non-title bout; Parke missed weight (156.1 lb).
Win 13–0 Norman Parke Decision (unanimous) KSW 39 May 27, 2017 3 5:00 Warsaw, Poland Defended the KSW Lightweight Championship.
Win 12–0 Renato Gomes Gabriel Submission (heel hook) KSW 36 October 1, 2016 2 3:46 Zielona Góra, Poland Defended the KSW Lightweight Championship.
Win 11–0 Mansour Barnaoui Decision (unanimous) KSW 35 May 27, 2016 3 5:00 Gdańsk/Sopot, Poland Won the vacant KSW Lightweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 10–0 Marif Piraev TKO (punches) KSW 32 October 31, 2015 2 3:21 London, England
Win 9–0 Rodrigo Cavalheiro Correia TKO (punches) KSW 30 February 21, 2015 3 4:54 Poznań, Poland Knockout of the Night.
Win 8–0 Łukasz Chlewicki Decision (unanimous) KSW 29 December 6, 2014 3 5:00 Kraków, Poland
Win 7–0 Tim Newman Submission (heel hook) Cage Warriors 72 September 13, 2014 1 1:37 Newport, Wales
Win 6–0 Jefferson George Decision (unanimous) KSW 27 May 17, 2014 3 5:00 Gdańsk, Poland
Win 5–0 Andre Winner Decision (unanimous) KSW 24 September 28, 2013 3 5:00 Lódz, Poland
Win 4–0 Mateusz Zawadzki TKO (corner stoppage) KSW 23 June 8, 2013 2 5:00 Gdańsk, Poland
Win 3–0 Tomáš Deák Decision (unanimous) Night of Champions 5 October 20, 2012 2 5:00 Poznań, Poland
Win 2–0 Tomasz Matuszewski Submission (guillotine choke) Night of Champions 4 April 21, 2012 1 1:11 Poznań, Poland Won the NoC Lightweight Tournament.
Win 1–0 Arbi Shamaev TKO (doctor stoppage) Night of Champions 3 February 4, 2012 2 3:59 Poznań, Poland Lightweight debut.


See also edit

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