Jason Chambers

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Jason Chambers
Jason Chambers MMA.jpg
Born (1980-03-23) March 23, 1980 (age 35)
Chicago, Illinois, United States[1]
Other names Hollywood, The Human Weapon
Nationality American
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 170.0 lb (77.1 kg)
Division 170
Team 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu
Rank Brown belt in 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu
Professional boxing record
Total 1
Losses 1
By knockout 1
Mixed martial arts record
Total 25
Wins 18
By knockout 5
By submission 10
By decision 3
Losses 5
By submission 4
By decision 1
Draws 2
Other information
Website http://www.Jason-Chambers.com/
Boxing record from Boxrec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Jason Chambers (born March 23, 1980, in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actor and mixed martial artist. Chambers is best known for his role as the host of the popular weekly television program Human Weapon on The History Channel. He has appeared in multiple television programs and was featured on Extra as one of "America' Most Eligible" bachelors .[2] Jason is actively involved with City of Hope National Medical Center, a Cancer Research institute which he was recently appointed to the Board of Directors.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Chambers was the host of the series Human Weapon on The History Channel with co-host Bill Duff from July 20, 2007, to August 28, 2008. He also provided color commentary for Bellator Fighting Championships' English broadcast in their inaugural season on ESPN.[citation needed] Chambers has been a host for NBC's YourLaTv, a show featuring things to do and see in and around Los Angeles.

In 2011, Jason Chambers and a partner created Apex Sports Agency. A sports agency designed for the extreme sport athletes.[4]

He is now doing commentary for ONE Championship.[5]


Chambers began studying acting in 2002 at Act One Studios in Chicago and later improv at The Second City Training Center.[1]

In 2003, he moved to New York to continue his studies. There he appeared in television series Guiding Light, All My Children, Can You Tell? and As the World Turns.[1][6] In 2006 he moved to Los Angeles where he has been cast as Spencer on Days of Our Lives and the street racing badboy Mercury on CSI: NY.[1] In 2008 he was cast in the recurring role of Anvil inThe Middleman on ABC Family, but he appeared in only one episode before the show was canceled after its first season.[7]

Other media[edit]

Chambers is a regular co-host/contributor for the "MMA Chokehold" segment of Attack of the Show where he, Blair Butler and host Kevin Pereira discuss upcoming MMA events.[8] In 2010 he began writing for FIGHT! Magazine.[citation needed] He was also featured as a contestant on the television show "Fear Factor" in 2004.[citation needed]

Jason Chambers is also one of the two regular colour commentators for the ESPN Star Sports broadcast of ONE Championship.

Martial Arts[edit]

Chambers is a Jeet Kune Do concepts instructor and has a brown belt in 10th planet jiu-jitsu under Eddie Bravo.[1] During his time in Israel he learned Krav Maga.

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 18-5-2 Dan New Submission (rear naked choke) TFC: Power Fights September 20, 2008 1 2:11 Hammond, Indiana, United States
Win 17-5-2 Rene Gonzalez Decision (split) Mainstream MMA: Cold War January 26, 2008 N/A Iowa, United States
Loss 16-5-2 Tristan Yunker Submission (armbar) TFC 7: Total Fight Challenge 7 February 10, 2007 1 1:29 Hammond, Indiana
Loss 16-4-2 Jimmy Smith Submission (heel hook) PF 1: The Beginning May 12, 2006 1 1:55 Hollywood, California, United States
Loss 16-3-2 Michihiro Omigawa Decision (split) Icon Sport: Lawler vs. Niko 2 February 25, 2006 3 5:00 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Draw 16-2-2 Kosuke Umeda Draw Deep: 22 Impact December 2, 2005 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 16-2-1 Billy Stamp Submission (twister) TFC 4: Total Fight Challenge 4 September 17, 2005 1 2:18 Hammond, Indiana
Loss 15-2-1 Thiago Alves Submission (verbal) IHC 8: Ethereal November 20, 2004 1 4:57 Hammond, Indiana
Win 15-1-1 Emmett Olvera Submission (armbar) RM 6: Lord of the Ring October 24, 2004 1 0:37 Tijuana, Mexico
Win 14-1-1 Adrian Serrano Submission (guillotine choke) TMAC 2: Total Martial Arts Challenge 2 August 28, 2004 1 0:27 Hammond, Indiana
Win 13-1-1 Mark Long TKO (punches) TFC 1: Total Fight Challenge 1 April 24, 2004 1 0:52 Hammond, Indiana
Win 12-1-1 Josh Kruger Submission (armbar) TMAC: Total Martial Arts Challenge June 7, 2003 1 1:11 Cicero, Illinois, United States
Win 11-1-1 Erick Snyder Submission (guillotine choke) MFC: Maximum Fighting Challenge September 7, 2002 1 1:53 Hammond, Indiana
Win 10-1-1 Justin Hynes Submission (guillotine choke) TCC: Total Combat Challenge April 13, 2002 N/A Hammond, Indiana
Win 9-1-1 Jack Jones Submission (strikes) TC: Total Combat 2 September 16, 2000 1 Chicago, Illinois, United States
Win 8-1-1 Corey Talbert Submission (armbar) TCC: Total Combat Challenge February 24, 2000 1 1:44 Chicago, Illinois
Loss 7-1-1 Dan Spychalski Submission (ankle lock) MAC: Midwest Absolute Challenge December 4, 1999 1 7:20 McHenry, Illinois, United States
Win 7-0-1 Efrain Saladar TKO IE: Independent Event November 20, 1999 2 2:12
Win 6-0-1 Mike Court Decision XC: Xtreme Challenge May 22, 1999 N/A
Draw 5-0-1 Bill Peach Draw CC 6: Chicago Challenge 6 May 22, 1999 N/A 0:00 Chicago, Illinois
Win 5-0 Ken Davis TKO (strikes) JKD: Challenge 4 April 24, 1999 N/A
Win 4-0 Alex Evan Submission (rear naked choke) RBP: Fight Night January 15, 1999 1 Chicago, Illinois
Win 3-0 Tony Velasquez TKO RBP: Fight Night June 26, 1998 1 Chicago, Illinois
Win 2-0 Nicolas Smith Decision (unanimous) RBP: Fight Night April 24, 1998 N/A Chicago, Illinois
Win 1-0 Jose Gomez TKO (injury) RBP: Fight Night April 3, 1998 1 Chicago, Illinois


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