Reza Madadi

Reza Madadi (Persian: رضا مددی‎, born June 20, 1978 in Tehran, Iran) is a retired Iranian-born Swedish mixed martial artist who competed in the lightweight division.[2] A professional mixed martial artist from 2006 to 2019, Madadi is best known for competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Gholam Reza Madadi
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Reza Madadi
BornGholam Reza Madadi
(1978-06-20) June 20, 1978 (age 42)
Tehran, Iran
Native nameرضا مددی
Other namesMad Dog
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight155 lb (70 kg; 11.1 st)
DivisionLightweight (from 2010)
Welterweight (2006–2010)
Reach73.0 in (185 cm)
Fighting out ofStockholm, Sweden
TeamAllstars Training Center
Hilti NHB
Spårvägens BK (Wrestling)
RankPurple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu[1]
WrestlingGold medal Swedish Freestyle Wrestling Champion
Years active2006–2019 (MMA)
1994–2006 (Wrestling)
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout3
By submission8
By decision3
By decision6
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: April 6, 2013

Mixed martial arts careerEdit

Early careerEdit

Madadi started out as a wrestler at the age of 15, his wrestling career saw some good results, winning the Swedish championship in 2002 and 2003 along with victories in Sweden and other parts of Scandinavia, in both the styles of Greco-Roman and Freestyle. He transitioned from wrestling to MMA in 2006.[3]

Madadi competed in Strike And Submit (SAS), Superior Challenge (SC), Furious Fighting Championship (FFC) and a few other fighting organizations. Madadi holds a submission victory over former UFC fighter Junie Browning in 2010,[4] later that year he took a very impressive decision victory against former WEC- and future Strikeforce and UFC fighter Carlo Prater.[5]

He became the Superior Challenge Lightweight Champion in 2011, after defeating former UFC fighter Rich Clementi via unanimous decision at Superior Challenge 7.[6]

He was expected to challenge for the title in British top promotion Cage Warriors, against the champion Matt Veach on June 16, 2011.[7] However, just a few days before the fight Veach had to withdraw due to an injury and Madadi was scrapped from the card.[8][9]

Madadi's success on the European circuit, 11-2 (6 submissions, 2 TKO's), led to him being considered as one of the best European lightweight prospects.[10]

Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipEdit

In November, 2011 it was reported that Madadi had signed with the UFC.[11]

He was expected to make his promotional debut against Rafaello Oliveira on January 20, 2012 at UFC on FX 1.[12] However, Oliveira was forced out of a bout with an injury and replaced by Fabrício Camões[13] Madadi himself would later withdraw from the bout due to injury as well and was replaced by promotional newcomer Tommy Hayden.[14]

In his eventual debut, Madadi faced fellow promotional newcomer Yoislandy Izquierdo on April 14, 2012 at UFC on Fuel TV 2.[15] After being stunned in the first round, Madadi defeated Izquierdo by submission due to a guillotine choke in the second round.[16]

In his next fight for the UFC, Madadi faced Cristiano Marcello on October 13, 2012 at UFC 153.[17] He lost via a controversial split decision. The decision was controversial since most major MMA media outlets scored the bout for Madadi.[18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

Madadi faced Michael Johnson on April 6, 2013 at UFC on Fuel TV 9.[27] After a back-and-forth two rounds, where Johnson stunned and dropped Madadi with a headkick late in the first round, Madadi recovered fast and won the fight via submission due to a d'arce choke in the third round.[28] The win also garnered Madadi his first Submission of the Night bonus award.[29][30]

Madadi was expected to fight Michael Chiesa on July 27, 2013 at UFC on Fox 8.[31] However, on May 14, 2013, it was announced Madadi pulled out of the bout citing alleged visa issues and was replaced by Jorge Masvidal.[32]

Following Madadi's conviction on burglary charges, the UFC officially released Madadi from the promotion.[33][34]


After leaving the UFC following, and still awaiting his sentencing for his robbery conviction, Madadi expressed an interest to go back and fight in the Sweden-based organisation Superior Challenge, in which he held the lightweight title before he got the call from UFC. On November 23, 2013 at Superior Challenge 9, Madadi entered the cage and called out fellow former UFC-fighter Anton Kuivanen, who fought earlier that evening, defeating one of Madadi's training partners.[35]

He was set to return to the cage on May 3, 2014 at Superior Challenge 10,[36][37] his opponent was yet to be announced.[38][39] Later news came that his opponent would be Efrain Escudero and that the fight would be Madadi's first defense of his Superior Challenge Lightweight title, which he won back in 2011.[40][41][42] However, Madadi later had to withdraw due to an injury and was replaced by Juha-Pekka Vainikainen.[43]

UFC returnEdit

On June 10, 2015 it was announced by Madadi and his management that he was back in the UFC.[44][45][46]

Madadi faced Norman Parke on October 24, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 76.[47][48] He lost the fight by unanimous decision.[49]

He fought Yan Cabral on May 8, 2016 at UFC Fight Night 87.[50] Madadi won the fight by TKO after connecting with an uppercut and follow up punches in round 3.[51]

Madadi was expected to face Rustam Khabilov on September 3, 2016 at UFC Fight Night 93.[52][53] However on July 25, Madadi pulled out due to undisclosed reasons and was replaced by Leandro Silva.[54] It was later revealed that Madadi had been forced to withdraw due to a heart-related illness. The illness, called myocarditis, causes an inflammation in the heart muscle which can have various consequences depending on the state of the illness and the person who suffers from it. He wasn't in serious danger but would still have to be sidelined from training until doctors hade figured out a solution to his problems.[55]

He was then expected to face promotional newcomer Marc Diakiese on October 8, 2016 at UFC 204.[56] However, Madadi was later forced to withdraw from the contest, after suffering an eye injury that need an emergency surgery.[57] He was replaced by Lukasz Sajewski.[58]

Madadi faced Joseph Duffy on March 18, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 107.[59] He lost the fight by unanimous decision.[60]

Shortly after his fight against Joseph Duffy, Madadi took to his Instagram page to reveal that he had one fight left on his UFC contract and that it possibly would be the last fight of his career. He expressed wishes to get his potential last fight on the upcoming UFC Fight Night 109 in his hometown of Stockholm, Sweden.[61][62]

Madadi got his wish fulfilled in the last minute, as he stepped in on short notice, replacing an injured Mairbek Taisumov, against Joaquim Silva on May 28, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 109.[63] He lost fight by split decision.[64] Subsequent to this fight, Madadi opted to not renew his contract with the UFC.[65]

Absolute Championship Berkut and retirementEdit

Despite contemplating retirement from MMA, Madadi signed a multi-fight contract with Absolute Championship Berkut.[2] On July 4, 2017 it was announced that Madadi was set to face Yusup Raisov, who vacated his ACB featherweight title and moved up to lightweight division. The fight was planned to take place in the main event at ACB 92 in Malmö, Sweden on August 25, 2018.[66] However, on July 30, 2018 it was announced that the event would be cancelled due to ACB having financial problems.[67]

In May 2019, Madadi announced his retirement from competition, stating that he will be concentrating on coaching mixed martial arts.[68]

Madadi is still training and coaching at his long time gym Allstar Training Center in Stockholm, along with UFC fighters such as Alexander Gustafsson, Ilir Latifi, Jimi Manuwa, David Teymur among others. He is also one of the coaches for Khamzat Chimaev.[69]

Personal lifeEdit

Madadi is married. He and his wife, Kate, have two sons.[70] Their first child was born in 2013 and the second in 2015.[71]

In August 2012, Madadi saved a baby and father from drowning in a lake outside of his hometown of Stockholm, Sweden.[72][73][74]

Madadi acts in one of the roles in the Swedish movie Tommy (2014).[75]

Aggravated burglary and prison sentenceEdit

On May 27, 2013, Madadi was arrested in his adopted country of Sweden for burglary. Swedish tabloid Expressen reported that the fighter and an accomplice broke into a designer handbag store before making off with $150,000 (U.S.) worth of stolen goods. Madadi and the accomplice were apprehended and faced charges of aggravated theft and abetting larceny, according to Swedish authorities.[76][77] On August 16, 2013 Madadi was found guilty for aggravated burglary and sentenced to 18 months in prison.[78] An appeal from Madadi was filed on September 5, 2013, and he was released from custody awaiting notice from the Swedish court of law.[79][80] In the second trial, he was again found guilty, and no attempt for a second appeal was made.[81] In March, 2015 after serving the active time of 14 months, the sentence was completed and Madadi was released from prison.[82][83][84]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

Mixed Martial ArtsEdit

Submission WrestlingEdit

  • Swedish Submission Wrestling Federation
    • 2010 Swedish National Championship   (-79 kg / 174 lbs)[90]
    • 2010 Eskilstuna Submission Wrestling Tournament Winner (-75 kg / 165 lbs)[91]

Amateur wrestlingEdit

  • Swedish Wrestling Federation
    • 2002 Swedish National Championship, Freestyle   (-69 kg)[92]
    • 2003 Swedish National Championship, Freestyle   (-69 kg)[92]

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Professional record breakdown
20 matches 14 wins 6 losses
By knockout 3 0
By submission 8 0
By decision 3 6
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 14–6 Joaquim Silva Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Teixeira May 28, 2017 3 5:00 Stockholm, Sweden
Loss 14–5 Joe Duffy Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Manuwa vs. Anderson March 18, 2017 3 5:00 London, England
Win 14–4 Yan Cabral TKO (punches) UFC Fight Night: Overeem vs. Arlovski May 8, 2016 3 1:56 Rotterdam, Netherlands
Loss 13–4 Norman Parke Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Holohan vs. Smolka October 24, 2015 3 5:00 Dublin, Ireland
Win 13–3 Michael Johnson Submission (D'Arce choke) UFC on Fuel TV: Mousasi vs. Latifi April 6, 2013 3 1:33 Stockholm, Sweden Submission of the Night.
Loss 12–3 Cristiano Marcello Decision (split) UFC 153 October 13, 2012 3 5:00 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Win 12–2 Yoislandy Izquierdo Submission (guillotine choke) UFC on Fuel TV: Gustafsson vs. Silva April 14, 2012 2 1:28 Stockholm, Sweden
Win 11–2 Rich Clementi Decision (unanimous) Superior Challenge 7 April 30, 2011 3 5:00 Stockholm, Sweden Won the SC Lightweight Championship.
Win 10–2 Carlo Prater Decision (unanimous) Superior Challenge 6 October 29, 2010 3 5:00 Stockholm, Sweden Catchweight (165 lbs) bout; Prater missed weight.
Win 9–2 Junie Browning Submission (guillotine choke) Superior Challenge 5 May 1, 2010 2 0:22 Stockholm, Sweden Lightweight debut.
Win 8–2 Andy Walker TKO (punches) Superior Challenge 4 October 31, 2009 1 1:11 Stockholm, Sweden
Win 7–2 Raymond Jarman Submission (arm-triangle choke) Superior Challenge 3 May 30, 2009 1 1:00 Stockholm, Sweden
Win 6–2 Oriol Gaset Submission (guillotine choke) Furious Fighting Championship 2 February 21, 2009 1 2:38 Casablanca, Morocco
Loss 5–2 Peter Irving Decision (unanimous) Strike and Submit 7 July 13, 2008 3 5:00 Gateshead, England For the SAS European Welterweight Championship.
Win 5–1 Aidan Marron Decision (unanimous) Superior Challenge 1 May 4, 2008 3 5:00 Stockholm, Sweden
Win 4–1 Peter Wilson Submission (armbar) X-Fight FC 1 March 30, 2008 1 0:48 Sunderland, England Won the X-Fight FC Welterweight Championship.
Win 3–1 Romano de los Reyes Submission (triangle choke) Slamm: Holland vs Thailand 3 May 6, 2007 1 1:04 Almere, Netherlands
Win 2–1 Geroid McNichol Submission (armbar) Strike and Submit 1 January 28, 2007 3 1:28 Gateshead, England
Win 1–1 Christian Johansson TKO (punches) Travelfight Arena 1 December 16, 2006 2 3:30 Uppsala, Sweden [93]
Loss 0–1 Ville Manninen Decision (unanimous) ZST: Prestige September 23, 2006 3 5:00 Turku, Finland

Grappling recordEdit

8 Matches, 7 Wins (3 Submissions)
Result Rec. Opponent Method Event Division Date Location
Win 7-1   Ben Shimol Points AK Fighting Championships 2 -77 kg Superfight November 16, 2019   Solna, Stockholm County, Sweden
Win 6–1   Andreas Karlsson Points Swedish National Championships 2010 -79 kg Absolute September 13, 2010   Uppsala, Sweden
Win 5–1   Jan Sundberg Submission (heel hook)
Win 4–1   Jonas Cullemark Submission (guillotine choke) Eskilstuna Submission Wrestling Tournament 2010 -75 kg Absolute, Finals February 14, 2010   Eskilstuna, Sweden
Win 3–1   Omid Albazi Points -75 kg Absolute
Win 2–1   Jimmy Svensson Points
Win 1–1   Manne Byrman Submission (standing guillotine choke)
Loss 0–1   Johan Westerberg Submission (rear-naked choke) Grapplers Paradise 4 -77 kg Superfight September 21, 2008   Uppsala, Sweden


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