Jason Suttie

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Jason Suttie
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Born (1973-08-07) 7 August 1973 (age 40)
Apia, Western Samoa
Other names Psycho
Nationality Samoan
New Zealander
Scottish
Height 5 ft 11.5 in (1.82 m)
Weight 220 lb (100 kg; 16 st)
Division Super Middleweight
Light Heavyweight
Cruiserweight
Heavyweight
Super Heavyweight
Style Kickboxing, Boxing
Fighting out of Auckland, New Zealand
Team ETK [1] (2000-present)
Ihara Dojo (1993-99)
Balmoral Lee Gar (1992-2000)
Trainer Roger Earp
Lolo Heimuli
Years active 1993–2008
Professional boxing record
Total 3
Wins 3
Losses 0
Draws 0
Kickboxing record
Total 89
Wins 71
By knockout 27
Losses 16
By knockout 3
Draws 2
Mixed martial arts record
Total 1
Wins 0
Losses 1
By submission 1
Draws 0
Other information
Website http://www.jasonsuttie.com
Boxing record from Boxrec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Jason "Psycho" Suttie (born 7 August 1973) is a Samoan-born New Zealand former heavyweight kickboxer and 6 time Muay Thai World champion fighting out of Elite Thai Kickboxing Gym in Auckland, New Zealand.

Biography and career[edit]

In his youth Suttie fought under the great NZ trainer Lollo Heimuli of Balmoral Lee Gar gym,training alongside Ray Sefo, Jayson Vemoa and Doug Viney. having some 25 fights before opening his own gym. Jason has been very successful both as an amateur and professional fighter. As an amateur he took a New Zealand title and the South Pacific super middleweight and light heavyweight titles.

Jason now owns and runs with his partner Roger Earp, the Elite Thai Kickboxing Gym in Auckland.

In 1996 Jason graduated from Auckland with a B.A. in education and in the same year was the first Kiwi to fight in the K-1, Ray Sefo was in the audience negotiating his K-1 contract.

In 1997 Jason won his first world title and by 2000 he had racked up six world titles in five different weight divisions from super middleweight (76 kg) through to super heavyweight (95 kg) with four different federations.

Jason Suttie now promotes King of the Ring to find NZ's most promising fighters in various divisions.

Titles[edit]


Kickboxing record[edit]

71 Wins (27 (T)KO's, 44 decisions), 16 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
2008-11-25 Loss Bosnia and Herzegovina Dzenan Poturak Planet Battle, Hong Kong Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2008-10-17 Win Australia Alofa Solitua ETK "Nemesis", Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2008-07-07 Loss Japan Goutoku Onda Heat 7, Nagoya, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
2008-05-04 Win New Zealand Charlie Smiler Fight Club 8, Ellerslie, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2008-02-23 Loss New Zealand Peter Sampson Philip Lam Super Saturday, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2008-02-09 Win New Zealand Leamy Tato KO World Series 2008 Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2007-12-21 Win New Zealand Charlie Smiler ETK Dominate Fight Royale 3, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2007-03-03 Win Australia Ben Edwards Philip Lam Promotions, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Split) 3 3:00
2006-11-18 Loss New Zealand Peter Sampson K-1 Kings of Oceania 2006 Round 3, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
2006-09-16 Win New Zealand Simi Tai K-1 Kings of Oceania 2006 Round 2, Auckland, New Zealand TKO (Low kicks)
2006-06-24 Win Netherlands Reuben de Jong K-1 Kings of Oceania 2006 Round 1, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2006-03-05 Loss Poland Paul Slowinski K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Left high kick) 2 1:45
2006-03-05 Win Japan Hiraku Hori K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand KO 3 1:34
2006-03-05 Win Tonga Paula Mataele K-1 World Grand Prix 2006 in Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
2005-12-10 Win New Zealand Hiriwa Te Rangi K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 3, Gold Coast, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2005-11-04 Win Poland Paul Slowinski Knees of Fury 11, Gold Coast, Australia KO (Left hook) 3
2005-10-08 Win Tonga Paula Mataele K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 2, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2005-09-03 Win New Zealand Richard Tutaki Afternoon Rumble, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2005-07-10 Win Samoa Matt Samoa K-1 Kings of Oceania 2005 Round 1, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Punches) 1
2005-04-30 Loss Australia Chris Chrispoulides K-1 Battle of Anzacs II, New Zealand 2nd Ext.R Decision 5 3:00
2005-03-12 Win Serbia Dragan Jovanović Tarik Solak's Show, Sydney, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2005-02-18 Win Norway Niels Eikeland First of the Year, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Straight right punch) 1
2004-12-18 Win Netherlands Ricardo van den Bos K-1 Challenge 2004 Oceania vs World, Gold Coast, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2004-11-05 Win Australia Peter Graham K-1 Oceania MAX 2004, New Zealand Decision 5 3:00
2004-09-29 Win New Zealand Edwin Marsh NZ vs France, Auckland, New Zealand KO 1
2004-08-28 Win New Zealand Hiriwa Te Rangi Capital Punishment, Dunedin, New Zealand Decision 5 3:00
2004-07-16 Loss Australia Peter Graham Kings of Oceania 2004, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2004-07-16 Win Samoa Matt Samoa Kings of Oceania 2004, New Zealand KO 1
2004-07-16 Win Papua New Guinea Mitch O'Hello Kings of Oceania 2004, New Zealand KO 1
2003-11-07 Loss New Zealand Rony Sefo K-1 New Zealand 2003, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Split) 3 3:00
2003-11-07 Win New Zealand Keri Karena K-1 New Zealand 2003, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2003-07-27 Loss Australia Peter Graham K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Melbourne, Australia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2003-07-27 Win New Zealand Andrew Peck K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Melbourne, Australia KO (Left hook) 1 1:02
2003-07-27 Win Japan Tsuyoshi K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Melbourne, Australia Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2003-05-25 Win Australia Paul Robinson Urban Disturbance, Auckland, NZ TKO (Three knockdowns) 1 2:34
2003-05-02 Win New Zealand Hiriwa Te Rangi Fanta @ The Emperor, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2003-04-11 Win Slovenia Daniel Marhold K-1 Lord of the Rings, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Left middle kick) 3
2002-11-08 Win New Zealand Doug Viney K-1 New Zealand 2002, New Zealand KO 3 1:32
2002-11-08 Win New Zealand Rony Sefo K-1 New Zealand 2002, New Zealand Decision 3 3:00
2002-11-08 Win New Zealand Mike Angove K-1 New Zealand 2002, New Zealand KO 3 2:50
2002-07-12 Win Australia Peter Graham KB4 Fightnight, Sydney, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2002-07-12 Win Australia Paul Robinson KB4 Fightnight, Sydney, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2002-02-18 Loss Australia Adam Watt K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Preliminary Melbourne, Sydney, Australia Decision 3 3:00
2002-02-18 Win Australia Nathan Briggs K-1 World Grand Prix 2002 Preliminary Melbourne, Sydney, Australia TKO (Low kicks) 2 2:02
2001-09-01 Draw Australia Peter Graham JNI Promotions, Star City, Australia Decision draw 3 3:00
2001-07-21 Loss New Zealand Hiriwa Te Rangi K-1 New Zealand Grand Prix 2001, Auckland, New Zealand KO (Spinning back fist)
2001-06-08 Win Samoa Auckland Aumitagi WMTA Super Heavyweight title, Christchurch, New Zealand Decision 5 2:00
2001-03-16 Win Thailand Gyang Gai YMCA Battleground, Auckland, New Zealand
2000-12-05 Win Australia Kevin Blanch Summer Knockout, Auckland, New Zealand KO
2000-08-18 Win New Zealand Najef Kanj Power Station, Auckland, New Zealand KO
2000-06-29 Win Thailand Kar Dong Yai KGB Challenge II, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 5 3:00
2000-03-23 Draw Thailand Kar Dong Yai NZ vs Thailand, Auckland, New Zealand Decision draw 5 3:00
1999-11-11 Win Thailand Kar Dong Yai KGB Challenge I, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 5 3:00
1999-10-07 Win Russia Igor Ilkaev NZ vs Russia, Auckland, New Zealand
1998-01-23 Win England Trevor Ambrose ISKA Super Middleweight title, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Split) 5 2:00
1997-06-05 Win United States Danny Bennett NZ vs USA, UTC Super Middleweight title, Auckland, New Zealand
1996-09-01 Win Netherlands Ivan Hippolyte K-1 Revenge 1996, Osaka, Japan Decision 5 3:00
1995-10-19 Win Australia John Wybourne NZ vs Australia, Auckland, New Zealand
1995-08-25 Win Thailand Balia NZ-AUS-USA, Auckland, New Zealand

Boxing record[edit]

3 Wins (3 decisions), 0 Losses
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
2004-06-05 Win Australia Lawrence Tuasa Sky City Convention Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Split) 4 3:00
2002-12-13 Win New Zealand Richard Tutaki Emperor Restaurant, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 6 3:00
2001-12-13 Win New Zealand John Argall St.James Theatre, Auckland, New Zealand Decision 4 3:00

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 0-1 Russia Sergei Kharitonov Submission (armbar) PRIDE Bushido 1 5 October 2003 1 2:25 Saitama, Japan

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