David Loiseau

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David Loiseau
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Born (1979-12-17) December 17, 1979 (age 34)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Other names The Crow
Nationality Canadian
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13.2 st)
Division Middleweight
Fighting out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Team Jackson's Submission Fighting, Zahabi MMA
Mixed martial arts record
Total 34
Wins 23
By knockout 15
By submission 3
By decision 5
Losses 11
By knockout 2
By submission 2
By decision 7
Draws 0
No contests 0
Other information
Website http://www.crowtime.tv/
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

David Loiseau (French pronunciation: ​[david lwazo]; born December 17, 1979) is a Canadian mixed martial artist from Montreal, Quebec.[1] He has fought in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, EliteXC, and TKO Major League MMA veteran. He is the former TKO Middleweight Champion, and former TPF Middleweight Champion. He was the first Haitian-Canadian to fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Loiseau has also played a gang member in French-Canadian movie La rage de l'ange.[2]

Biography[edit]

David Loiseau was born in Montreal, Canada to Haitian parents. He had expressed his concern for the people of Haiti and for his grandparents who was still residing in Haiti at the time of the earthquake of 2010. He has recently urged people to donate and to help the country as much as they can. "I don't want to sleep," he said. "I want to get the message out."[3]

MMA career[edit]

UCC[edit]

Loiseau began his MMA career fighting for the Canadian-based Universal Combat Challenge (UCC) (later sold and renamed TKO Major League MMA. He earned a record of 8-2, including wins over Shawn Tompkins, Joe Doerksen and Tony Fryklund.

Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]

Loiseau made his UFC debut in April 2003 at UFC 42, defeating Mark Weir by KO. Later in the year, at UFC 44, he lost a unanimous decision to Jorge Rivera.

After going 2-1 in the TKO promotion, Loiseau returned to the UFC in 2005 with TKO wins of Gideon Ray, Charles McCarthy and Evan Tanner. He then lost back-to-back unanimous decisions in 2006, to Rich Franklin at UFC 58 and to Mike Swick at UFC 63.

In 2009, after going 4-2 in smaller promotions, Loiseau returned again, losing another unanimous decision to Ed Herman at UFC 97. He was subsequently released from the UFC.

After a TKO win over Chester Post at MFL 2 - Battleground, Loiseau returned to the UFC and lost to Mario Miranda via TKO on June 12, 2010, at UFC 115.[4] He was again released from the UFC following this loss.

Independent Promotions[edit]

In his first fight after his last UFC release, Loiseau defeated Leopoldo Serao at Tachi Palace Fights 8: All or Nothing for the TPF Middleweight Championship via TKO in the fifth round, when the doctor declared Serao too badly cut to continue.[5]

Loiseau was expected to defend the title at TPF 10 on Aug. 5, against Givanildo Santana.[6] But on July 28, 2011, Loiseau's agent announced he had sustained an injury which would require surgery, and would not be able to fight.[7] Loiseau later revealed in an interview with KORE Vision that he underwent two surgeries, one in September and the other in November 2011, for an inside and outside meniscus repair in his left elbow.[citation needed]

Loiseau made his return to the cage to defeat Christopher McNally by TKO at the CES event Real Pain on October 6, 2012, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.[8][9]

Loiseau was scheduled to fight in Calgary on July 12, 2013 against Marcus Vinicius for Aggression Fighting Championship 20,[10] but the Calgary commission did not allow that fight. He instead fought in Montreal at Challenge MMA 2 on August 17, taking a unanimous decision from Caleb Grummet.[11] [12]

Loiseau was scheduled to fight Mike Kent on October 25, in the main event of ECC 18 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.[13] Loiseau won the ECC Light-Heavyweight title with a quick TKO over Kent. [14]

David Loiseau will headline the World Series of Fighting Canada 2 card in Edmonton, Alberta on June 7, 2014.[15] Loiseau will fight Dwayne Lewis at Light-Heavyweight. [16]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • Extreme Cage Combat
    • ECC Light Heavyweight Championship (One time, current)

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 23–11 Dwayne Lewis Decision (unanimous) WSOF Canada 2 June 7, 2014 3 5:00 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Win 23–10 Mike Kent TKO (punches) ECC 18 - Road to Glory October 25, 2013 1 0:15 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Won ECC Light Heavyweight Championship
Win 22–10 Caleb Grummet Decision (unanimous) Challenge MMA 2 August 17, 2013 3 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 21–10 Christopher McNally TKO (doctor stoppage) CES 12: Real Pain October 6, 2012 1 2:30 Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Win 20–10 Leopoldo Serao TKO (doctor stoppage) TPF 8: All or Nothing February 18, 2011 5 1:12 Lemoore, California, United States Won TPF Middleweight Championship
Loss 19–10 Mario Miranda TKO (punches) UFC 115 June 12, 2010 2 4:07 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Win 19–9 Chester Post TKO (punches) MFL 2 Battleground February 27, 2010 1 4:40 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Loss 18–9 Ed Herman Decision (unanimous) UFC 97 April 18, 2009 3 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 18–8 Solomon Hutcherson TKO (knees) Xtreme MMA 5: It's Crow Time September 13, 2008 5 1:56 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 17–8 Andrew Buckland KO (punches) Legacy FC: Resurrection June 20, 2008 1 0:20 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Win 16–8 Todd Gouwenberg Decision (unanimous) HCF: Crow's Nest March 29, 2008 3 5:00 Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Loss 15–8 Jason Day Decision (split) HCF: Destiny February 1, 2008 3 5:00 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Win 15–7 Freddie Espiricueta Submission (arm-triangle choke) Art of War 2 May 11, 2007 2 3:10 Austin, Texas, United States
Loss 14–7 Joey Villaseñor Decision (unanimous) EliteXC Destiny February 10, 2007 3 5:00 Southaven, Mississippi, United States
Loss 14–6 Mike Swick Decision (unanimous) UFC 63 September 23, 2006 3 5:00 Anaheim, California, United States
Loss 14–5 Rich Franklin Decision (unanimous) UFC 58 March 4, 2006 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For UFC Middleweight Championship
Win 14–4 Evan Tanner TKO (cuts) UFC Ultimate Fight Night 2 October 3, 2005 2 4:15 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 13–4 Charles McCarthy TKO (turning side kick) UFC 53 June 4, 2005 2 2:10 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 12–4 Gideon Ray TKO (doctor stoppage) UFC 51 February 5, 2005 1 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 11–4 Curtis Stout Decision (unanimous) TKO 17: Revenge September 25, 2004 3 5:00 Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada
Win 10–4 Chris Fontaine KO (punch) TKO 16: Infernal May 22, 2004 1 0:13 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Loss 9–4 Jeremy Horn Submission (guillotine choke) TKO 15: Unstoppable February 28, 2004 1 0:54 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Loss 9–3 Jorge Rivera Decision (unanimous) UFC 44 September 26, 2003 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 9–2 Mark Weir KO (punches) UFC 42 April 25, 2003 1 3:55 Miami, Florida, United States
Win 8–2 Tony Fryklund TKO (cut) UCC 12: Adrenaline January 25, 2003 1 4:24 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 7–2 Jesse Jones Decision (unanimous) UCC 11: The Next Level October 11, 2002 3 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 6–2 Claudionor Fontinelle TKO (punches) UCC 8: Fast and Furious March 30, 2002 2 0:56 Rimouski, Quebec, Canada
Win 5–2 Joe Doerksen Decision (unanimous) UCC 7: Bad Boyz January 25, 2002 3 5:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 4–2 Anis Abdelli Submission (rear-naked choke) UCC 6: Redemption October 19, 2001 1 1:41 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 3–2 Shawn Tompkins TKO (punches) UCC 4: Return Of The Super Strikers May 12, 2001 1 1:26 Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Loss 2–2 Jason St. Louis TKO (punches) UCC 3: Battle for the Belts January 27, 2001 1 2:42 Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Win 2–1 Steve Vigneault TKO (corner stoppage) UCC 2: The Moment of Truth August 12, 2000 1 10:00 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 1–1 Justin Bruckmann Submission (guillotine choke) UCC 2: The Moment of Truth August 12, 2000 1 3:07 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Loss 0–1 Justin Bruckmann Submission (armbar) UCC 1: The New Beginning June 2, 2000 1 3:04 Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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