Chris Haseman

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Chris Haseman
Born (1969-06-02) 2 June 1969 (age 45)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Other names The Hammer
Nationality Australian
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)
Division Light Heavyweight
Reach 74 in
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Stafford, Queensland, Australia
Team RINGS Australia
Rank black belt in Japanese Ju-Jitsu
Years active 1996–2004, 2008–present
Mixed martial arts record
Total 37
Wins 20
By knockout 2
By submission 14
By decision 3
Unknown 1
Losses 17
By knockout 7
By submission 4
By decision 6
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Chris Haseman (born 2 June 1969 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian professional mixed martial artist. Haseman is currently signed with RINGS and is a longtime veteran of the promotion. He has also competed for the UFC and the World Fighting Alliance.

Chris lost his fight at Spartan Reality Fight 9 against Bill Mahood in 2004, retiring afterwards. Four years later in 2008, he returned to the sport and earned an 18-second knockout win over Yuji Hisamatsu.

Haseman was scheduled to return to the octagon in 2010 for a rematch against Elvis Sinosic at UFC 110, the first UFC event to be held in Australia.[1] However, just days before the fight, Sinosic was forced to withdraw with a shoulder injury.[2]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 20–17 Gennadiy Kovalev TKO (punches) Rings – Reincarnation 9 March 2012 2 0:28 Tokyo, Japan
Win 20–16 Yuji Hisamatsu KO (spinning back kick) FWC 1: Return of the Hammer 15 November 2008 1 0:18 Australia
Loss 19–16 Bill Mahood TKO (corner stoppage) Spartan Reality Fight 9 3 April 2004 3 1:16 Australia
Loss 19–15 Akihiro Gono Decision (majority) ZST 2 – The Battle Field 2 9 March 2003 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 19–14 Mike van Arsdale TKO (strikes) WFA 3: Level 3 23 November 2002 2 3:10 Nevada, United States
Loss 19–13 Evan Tanner Decision (unanimous) UFC 38 13 July 2002 3 5:00 England
Win 19–12 Yukiyasu Ozawa Submission (kimura) Premium Challenge 6 May 2002 1 6:24 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 18–12 Fedor Emelianenko TKO (strikes) Rings: World Title Series Grand Final 15 February 2002 1 2:50 Yokohama, Japan
Win 18–11 Egidijus Valavicius Submission (armbar) Rings: World Title Series 5 21 December 2001 1 3:08 Yokohama, Japan
Win 17–11 Koba Tkeshelashvili Decision (unanimous) Rings: World Title Series 4 20 October 2001 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 16–11 Gustavo Machado Decision (unanimous) Rings: 10th Anniversary 11 August 2001 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 16–10 Alexandre Ferreira Submission (guillotine choke) Rings: World Title Series 2 15 June 2001 1 3:03 Yokohama, Japan
Loss 15–10 Yoshihisa Yamamoto TKO (strikes) Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block B 22 December 2000 1 3:51 Osaka, Japan
Win 15–9 Carlos Barreto Decision (unanimous) Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block B 22 December 2000 2 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 14–9 Joe Slick Decision Rings Australia: Free Fight Battle 12 November 2000 1 10:00 Australia
Loss 13–9 Jeremy Horn Submission (armbar) Rings USA: Rising Stars Final 30 September 2000 1 2:36 Illinois, United States
Win 13–8 Yasuhito Namekawa Submission (kimura) Rings USA: Rising Stars Final 30 September 2000 1 1:30 Illinois, United States
Loss 12–8 Matt Hughes Decision (unanimous) Rings: Millennium Combine 3 23 August 2000 2 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 12–7 Jermaine Andre Submission (toe hold) Rings USA: Rising Stars Block A 15 July 2000 1 1:23 Utah, United States
Win 11–7 Matt Frost Submission (armbar) Rings USA: Rising Stars Block A 15 July 2000 1 0:30 Utah, United States
Loss 10–7 Iouri Bekichev KO (punch) Rings Russia: Russia vs. The World 20 May 2000 1 2:30 Ekaterinburg, Russia
Win 10–6 Yasuhito Namekawa Submission (guillotine choke) Rings Australia: NR 4 19 March 2000 1 6:50 Australia
Win 9–6 Brad Kohler Submission (kimura) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Final 26 February 2000 1 1:11 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 8–6 Tsuyoshi Kohsaka Decision (split) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Block B 22 December 1999 3 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 8–5 Willie Peeters Submission (kneebar) Rings: Rise 5th 19 August 1999 1 3:13 Japan
Win 7–5 Masayuki Naruse Submission (kimura) Rings: Rise 2nd 23 April 1999 1 8:18 Japan
Win 6–5 Yasuhito Namekawa Submission (arm triangle choke) Rings: Rise 1st 20 March 1999 1 7:42 Japan
Win 5–5 Dick Vrij Submission (rear naked choke) Rings Australia: NR 3 7 March 1999 1 5:17 Australia
Loss 4–5 Kenichi Yamamoto Submission Rings: Third Fighting Integration 29 May 1998 1 12:39 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 4–4 Valentijn Overeem Decision (unanimous) Rings Holland: The King of Rings 8 February 1998 2 5:00 Netherlands
Loss 4–3 Mitsuya Nagai Submission (heel hook) Rings – Mega Battle Tournament 1997 Semifinal 1 25 October 1997 1 9:18 Japan
Win 4–2 Alexander Otsuka TKO (doctor stoppage from a cut) Rings – Extension Fighting 2 22 April 1997 1 7:03 Japan
Loss 3–2 Mario Sperry Submission (strikes) Caged Combat 1 22 March 1997 1 1:12 Australia
Win 3–1 Elvis Sinosic Submission (chin to the eye) Caged Combat 1 22 March 1997 1 2:47 Australia
Win 2–1 Hiriwa Te Rangi Submission (chin to the eye) Caged Combat 1 – Australian Ultimate Fighting 22 March 1997 1 0:55 Australia
Loss 1–1 Murilo Bustamante TKO (corner stoppage) MARS – Martial Arts Reality Superfighting 22 November 1996 1 1:01 Alabama, United States
Win 1–0 Willie Peeters N/A Rings – Budokan Hall 1996 24 January 1996 N/A Tokyo, Japan

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