Jeremy Horn

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Jeremy Horn
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Jeremy Horn at the 2007 IFL in Oakland, California on January 19, 2007
Born (1975-08-25) August 25, 1975 (age 38)
Omaha, Nebraska
Nationality American
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight 186 lb (84 kg; 13.3 st)
Division Middleweight (185)
Light Heavyweight (205)
Heavyweight (265)
Fighting out of Salt Lake City, Utah
Team Elite Performance[1]
Years active 1996–present (MMA)
Mixed martial arts record
Total 116
Wins 90
By knockout 17
By submission 61
By decision 12
Losses 21
By knockout 2
By submission 8
By decision 11
Draws 5
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Jeremy Graham Horn (born August 25, 1975) is an American mixed martial artist currently competing in the Middleweight division.[1] Although Horn is perhaps best known for fighting in smaller American promotions, he has also competed in some of the premiere mixed martial arts organizations around the world including the UFC, WEC, PRIDE, Bellator, Pancrase, the IFL, King of the Cage, and the International Fighting Championships (IFC). Horn is the former King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Champion. Horn has also competed in the Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight divisions.

Background[edit]

Horn was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, and has two half-brothers, Sid and Matt Anderson, along with his younger brother Marshall Horn. All of the boys were raised by their single mother, Ruth. Horn's mother worked many odd jobs, sometimes working 16 hours a day, to support her family. Horn often fought bullies when he was in school, and began training when he was 12 years old, along with his brother Matt. Before becoming a full-time mixed martial arts fighter, Horn worked in construction. He is known for his durability, with an amazing 116 total fights in his career, as well as his world-class grappling skills with 62 of his 90 wins by submission.[2][3]

Mixed martial arts[edit]

Early career[edit]

Horn's early martial arts training was under Robert Bussey's Warrior International founder, Robert Bussey. Horn earned a RBWI black belt under Bussey in 1992, and spent most of his career with the Miletich Fighting Systems team in Iowa. Horn is currently training in Salt Lake City, Utah with Elite Performance, the team that he created.

Horn made his professional debut in early 1996 in a warehouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Horn won the bout in under two minutes via armbar submission. The young Omaha native would go on to reach a record of 9-2-3 with eight submission wins before being invited to compete in the UFC.[4]

UFC[edit]

Horn made his UFC debut at UFC 17 on May 15, 1998 against then-UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, Frank Shamrock in a fight for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship. Horn lost via kneebar submission 16:28 into the bout.

Horn made his next appearance for the organization at UFC Brazil five fights later against Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter, Ebenezer Fontes Braga. Horn lost the bout via guillotine choke submission 3:27 into the first round. Horn bounced back after the loss, going 9-0-1 in his next 10 fights with two wins in the IFC and the draw being against Keiichiro Yamamiya in Horn's Pancrase debut. Horn returned to the UFC at UFC 19 to fight future UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and future UFC Hall of Fame inductee, Chuck Liddell. Horn rendered Liddell unconscious with an arm-triangle choke 12:00 into the bout, which would be the only submission loss of Liddell's career.[4]

Horn compiled eight more wins to bring his winning-streak to 15 fights, before making another appearance for the UFC at UFC 21 against Daiju Takase in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Horn won the bout via TKO 4:41 into the fight. Horn then fought at UFC 22 two fights later against Jason Godsey, who had defeated Horn via submission earlier in his career. Horn avenged the loss with an armbar submission 2:08 into the first round. Horn's 18-fight winning-streak was snapped in his next fight after he lost his next fight via majority decision at the hands of Hiromitsu Kanehara in Horn's RINGS debut in Tokyo, Japan. Horn's next loss was against future Pride Heavyweight Champion and future UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira via unanimous decision. After a split decision loss to Ricardo Arona in RINGS, Horn made his next UFC appearance at UFC 27 against future Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Eugene Jackson and won via armbar submission in the first round.

In RINGS, Horn faced six-time UFC Champion and UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture who was able to out strike Horn from the clinch and knocked down Horn multiple times, as Horn would end up losing in a unanimous decision. After the loss to Couture, Horn faced Australian Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist, Elvis Sinosic at UFC 30. Sinosic, who held a career record 3-3-1 coming into the fight, defeated Horn with an armbar submission in a disappointing loss for the much-more experienced Horn. Two fights after a majority decision loss in a rematch with Ricardo Arona, Horn was invited to compete in the Pride Fighting Championships.[4]

PRIDE[edit]

Horn made his PRIDE debut against Akira Shoji on December 23, 2001 at Pride 18 in Fukuoka, Japan. Horn won the bout against the Japanese veteran via unanimous decision. Horn's next appearance for the Japan-based organization was against Dutch knockout artist, Gilbert Yvel at Pride 21 and Horn won via unanimous decision.

WEC, King of the Cage, and the IFC[edit]

After his last fight with PRIDE, Horn made his WEC debut at WEC 4 and won via rear-naked choke submission under one minute into the first round. Horn then followed this up with wins over Kristof Midoux, Travis Fulton, Chalid Arrab, and Homer Moore before fighting for the King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Championship against then-champion, Vernon White, who had won and defended the title four times. Horn won the bout via unanimous decision, becoming the new King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Champion.

Two fights later, Horn fought in the IFC Light Heavyweight tournament on September 6, 2003 and won his first bout of the night via armbar submission before facing future Ultimate Fighter Winner, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, and UFC Hall of Famer, Forrest Griffin in a highly anticipated bout. The two exchanged powerful strikes on the feet and battled on the ground in the first round, and continued to grapple through the second round until Horn knocked out the fatigued Griffin with a single head kick. Horn's next fight of the night was for the final against future Strikeforce Light Heavyweight Champion Renato "Babalu" Sobral. Sobral was able to overwhelm Horn from the start of the fight with his strikes and grappling skills as he took down Horn who then attempted a triangle choke before Sobral escaped from the position. Later in the round, Horn took down Sobral, who in turn was able to get back on top of Horn and continue to utilize the ground and pound technique while again Horn came very close to executing a successful triangle choke which he held until the end of the round. At the start of the second round, the two exchanged submission attempts until Horn, while ground and pounding Sobral from the top, unintentionally landed an illegal knee strike to the face of the downed Muay Thai fighter. After the fight continued, Sobral took down Horn and the two continued to battle from the ground until the end of the fight. Horn ultimately lost in a unanimous decision in a very entertaining fight.[4]

Two fights later, Horn defended his King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Championship title against former King of the Cage Middleweight Champion, who had vacated his title when he moved up to the Light Heavyweight division. Two fights later, Horn fought for TKO Major League MMA against UFC veteran, David Losieau and won via guillotine choke submission under one minute into the first round. Horn then fought against future UFC veteran Chael Sonnen and won via TKO due to a cut 3:34 into the fight. Two fights after the win over Sonnen, Horn fought future longtime UFC Middleweight Champion, Anderson Silva in Seoul, South Korea. Horn was outmatched by Silva's striking and multiple takedown attempts by Horn were defended by the Brazilian fighter using the sprawl technique, as Horn would go on to lose in a unanimous decision.[4]

Two fights later, Horn had a rematch with Chael Sonnen. Sonnen, a wrestler, immediately took Horn down and utilized the ground and pound technique through the first round and into the second round until Horn was able to sink in a guillotine choke, causing Sonnen to tap. Horn faced Josh Burkman two fights after the win over Sonnen, and won via technical submission with a guillotine choke early into the fight, causing controversy as he spit on the downed Burkman immediately after the referee stopped the fight. After following this up with another win, Horn returned to the UFC.

Return to the UFC[edit]

Horn made his return to the UFC at UFC 54 to fight for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against then-champion, Chuck Liddell in a rematch of their UFC 19 bout. Horn lost the rematch via TKO, after being dominated by Liddell's superior striking, although Horn displayed his toughness and heart, as the fight carried on until 2:46 into the fourth round. Horn made his next appearance at UFC 56 against South African Trevor Prangley and won via unanimous decision. After his win over Prangley, Horn fought Chael Sonnen for a third time at UFC 60 and won again, this time being via armbar submission.[4]

At a September 9, 2006 International Fight League show, Horn lost to former Olympic wrestling silver medalist Matt Lindland in the second round due to strikes. After the fight, Horn announced that he would be taking a break from fighting. He returned from this break when he beat Falaniko Vitale by split decision at the IFL Oakland event. Horn's next bout, the 100th of his career, was a loss against future Strikeforce Middleweight Grand Prix Champion Jorge Santiago, but then won his next bout via unanimous decision against future Ultimate Fighter winner and current UFC veteran, Court McGee, who had been undefeated heading into the fight.

Horn then fought again for the UFC at UFC 81 against future Strikeforce Welterweight Champion Nate Marquardt as a replacement for Thales Leites and lost via guillotine choke submission. Horn then lost again via guillotine choke submission in a rematch with Dean Lister at The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest Finale. After two consecutive losses, Horn faced Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist Rousimar Palhares at UFC 93 in Dublin, Ireland and lost again via unanimous decision. After three consecutive losses, Horn was released by the UFC.[4]

Post-UFC[edit]

After leaving the UFC, Horn then fought Sean Salmon and defeated him in the first round by rear-naked choke to win the IFC Middleweight Championship. Horn fought for the Bellator Fighting Championships against Bryan Baker at Bellator 30 on September 23, 2010. Horn lost the bout via unanimous decision.

Horn was set to face UFC and WEC veteran Jake Rosholt on April 16, 2010 on the "Bad Boys 2" card for King of the Cage, but the fight was canceled when Rosholt sustained a neck injury the day before the event.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Mixed martial arts[edit]

  • Elite 1 MMA
    • Elite 1 MMA Light Heavyweight Championship (One time, Current)
  • 5150 Combat League
    • 5150 Combat League Middleweight Championship (One time)
  • International Fighting Championships
    • IFC Middleweight Championship (One time)

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 90–21–5 Dan McGlasson Submission (rear-naked choke) APFC 16 April 6, 2014 1 3:45 Villa Park, Illinois, United States
Win 89–21–5 Brad Scholten Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Challenge 200 November 23, 2011 1 2:26 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 88–21–5 Shawn Marchand Submission (rear-naked choke) Elite 1 MMA: Hostile Territory July 16, 2011 1 2:18 Moncton, Canada Won vacant Elite 1 MMA Light Heavyweight Championship
Loss 87–21–5 Thales Leites Decision (split) Superior Challenge 7 April 30, 2011 3 5:00 Stockholm, Sweden For Superior Challenge Middleweight Championship
Win 87–20–5 Lee McKibbin Submission (guillotine choke) Cage Wars - Validation December 10, 2010 1 3:40 Belfast, Northern Ireland
Loss 86–20–5 Bryan Baker Decision (unanimous) Bellator 30 September 23, 2010 3 5:00 Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Win 86–19–5 Brian Warren Submission (arm-triangle choke) UFO: Rumble at the Races July 24, 2010 1 3:09 Kennewick, Washington, United States
Win 85–19–5 Sean Salmon Submission (rear-naked choke) IFC: Extreme Challenge July 10, 2010 1 1:57 Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, United States Won IFC Middleweight Championship
Win 84–19–5 Victor Moreno Submission (rear-naked choke) 5150 Combat League/XFL "New Year's Revolution" January 16, 2010 1 2:37 Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States Won 5150 Combat League Middleweight Championship
Win 83–19–5 Joe Trujillo Submission (americana) Rocky Mountain Nationals: Stars of MMA October 30, 2009 1 2:52 Denver, Colorado, United States
Win 82–19–5 Jason Guida Technical Submission (arm-triangle choke) Arena Rumble: Guida vs. Horn September 12, 2009 1 4:03 Spokane, Washington, United States
Win 81–19–5 Chris Davis Submission (rear-naked choke) Adrenaline MMA 3: Bragging Rights June 13, 2009 1 4:17 Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Loss 80–19–5 Rousimar Palhares Decision (unanimous) UFC 93 January 17, 2009 3 5:00 Dublin, Ireland
Loss 80–18–5 Dean Lister Submission (guillotine choke) The Ultimate Fighter: Team Rampage vs Team Forrest Finale June 21, 2008 1 3:52 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 80–17–5 Nate Marquardt Submission (guillotine choke) UFC 81 February 2, 2008 2 1:37 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 80–16–5 Court McGee Decision (unanimous) Ultimate Combat Experience: Utah December 1, 2007 3 5:00 Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Loss 79–16–5 Jorge Santiago Submission (triangle choke) Art of War 3 September 1, 2007 1 3:02 Dallas, Texas, United States
Win 79–15–5 Falaniko Vitale Decision (split) International Fight League: Oakland January 19, 2007 5 4:00 Oakland, California, United States
Loss 78–15–5 Matt Lindland TKO (punches) International Fight League: Portland September 9, 2006 2 0:21 Portland, Oregon, United States
Win 78–14–5 Chael Sonnen Submission (armbar) UFC 60 May 27, 2006 2 1:17 Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 77–14–5 Trevor Prangley Decision (unanimous) UFC 56 November 19, 2005 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Middleweight debut
Loss 76–14–5 Chuck Liddell TKO (punches) UFC 54 August 20, 2005 4 2:46 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
Win 76–13–5 Spencer Canup KO (punches) IFC: Caged Combat May 21, 2005 1 3:36 Columbus, Ohio, United States
Win 75–13–5 Josh Burkman Technical submission (guillotine choke) XFC: Dome of Destruction 1 April 29, 2005 1 1:14 Tacoma, Washington, United States
Win 74–13–5 William Hill Submission (guillotine choke) Extreme Challenge 61 April 22, 2005 2 2:45 Osceola, Iowa, United States
Win 73–13–5 Kazuki Okubo KO (punch to the body) Euphoria: USA vs World February 26, 2005 1 3:19 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 72–13–5 Chael Sonnen Submission (guillotine choke) SF 6: Battleground in Reno September 23, 2004 2 2:35 Reno, Nevada, United States
Win 71–13–5 Kyle Seals TKO (knee) Alaska Fighting Championship July 14, 2004 1 N/A Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Loss 70–13–5 Anderson Silva Decision (unanimous) Gladiator FC: Day 2 June 27, 2004 3 5:00 Seoul, South Korea
Win 70–12–5 Cameron Brown Submission (arm-triangle choke) PXC 2: Chaos May 22, 2004 1 3:05 Guam
Win 69–12–5 Chael Sonnen TKO (cut) Extreme Challenge 57 May 6, 2004 1 3:34 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 68–12–5 David Loiseau Submission (guillotine choke) TKO Major League MMA February 28, 2004 1 0:54 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 67–12–5 Ron Fields TKO (punches) ICE 7: Meltdown at Metropolis January 16, 2004 2 3:01 Fairfield, Ohio, United States
Win 66–12–5 Dean Lister Decision (majority) King of the Cage 31 December 6, 2003 4 5:00 San Diego, California, United States Defended King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Championship
Draw 65–12–5 James Zikic Draw Extreme Brawl 4 September 28, 2003 3 5:00 Bracknell, England
Loss 65–12–4 Renato Sobral Decision (unanimous) IFC: Global Domination September 6, 2003 3 5:00 Denver, Colorado, United States IFC Light Heavyweight Tournament Final
Win 65–11–4 Forrest Griffin KO (head kick) IFC: Global Domination September 6, 2003 2 3:40 Denver, Colorado, United States IFC Light Heavyweight Tournament Semifinal
Win 64–11–4 Mikhail Avetisyan Submission (armbar) IFC: Global Domination September 6, 2003 1 4:59 Denver, Colorado, United States IFC Light Heavyweight Tournament Quarterfinal
Win 63–11–4 William Hill Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Challenge 51 August 2, 2003 1 4:47 St. Charles, Illinois, United States
Win 62–11–4 Vernon White Decision (unanimous) King of the Cage 23: Sin City May 16, 2003 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won King of the Cage Light Heavyweight Championship
Win 61–11–4 Homer Moore Decision (unanimous) ICC 2: Rebellion April 18, 2003 3 5:00 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Win 60–11–4 Chalid Arrab Decision (unanimous) 2H2H 6: Simply the Best March 16, 2003 1 15:00 Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Win 59–11–4 Travis Fulton TKO (corner stoppage) ICC 1: Retribution January 12, 2003 2 0:50 Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Win 58–11–4 Kristof Midoux Submission (arm-triangle choke) UCC 11: The Next Level October 11, 2002 2 1:02 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 57–11–4 Aaron Brink Submission (rear-naked choke) WEC 4 August 31, 2002 1 0:54 Uncasville, Connecticut, United States
Win 56–11–4 Gilbert Yvel Decision (unanimous) Pride 21 June 23, 2002 3 5:00 Saitama, Saitama
Win 55–11–4 Steve Funn Submission (armbar) Ultimate Cage Fighting 1 May 9, 2002 1 0:13 Los Angeles, California, United States
Win 54–11–4 Greg Wikan Submission (rear-naked choke) UW: Horn vs. Wikan March 2, 2002 2 4:40 Minnesota, United States
Win 53–11–4 Stephan Potvin KO (slam) UCC 7: Bad Boyz January 25, 2002 1 0:35 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 52–11–4 Akira Shoji Decision (unanimous) Pride 18 December 23, 2001 3 5:00 Fukuoka, Fukuoka
Win 51–11–4 Dan Theodore KO (knee) Ultimate Wrestling Minnesota October 28, 2001 2 1:41 Minnesota, United States
Loss 50–11–4 Ricardo Arona Decision (majority) Rings: 10th Anniversary August 11, 2001 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 50–10–4 Shawn Wagner Submission (rear-naked choke) Mass Destruction 3 August 4, 2001 1 2:35 Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
Win 49–10–4 Demetrius Worlds Submission (rear-naked choke) Gladiators 16 June 30, 2001 1 N/A Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Win 48–10–4 Brad Krane Submission (punches) Gladiators 14 May 11, 2001 1 N/A Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Win 47–10–4 Iouri Bekichev Submission (arm-triangle choke) Rings: World Title Series 1 April 20, 2001 1 0:50 Tokyo, Japan
Win 46–10–4 Griffen Reynaud Submission (punches) Rings USA: Battle of Champions March 17, 2001 1 2:55 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Loss 45–10–4 Elvis Sinosic Submission (armbar) UFC 30 February 23, 2001 1 2:59 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Loss 45–9–4 Randy Couture Decision (unanimous) Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block A October 9, 2000 3 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 45–8–4 Chris Haseman Submission (armbar) Rings USA: Rising Stars Final September 30, 2000 1 2:36 Moline, Illinois, United States
Win 44–8–4 Josh Hall Submission (kneebar) Rings USA: Rising Stars Final September 30, 2000 1 3:50 Moline, Illinois, United States
Win 43–8–4 Eugene Jackson Submission (armbar) UFC 27 September 22, 2000 1 4:32 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Loss 42–8–4 Ricardo Arona Decision (split) Rings: Millennium Combine 3 August 23, 2000 2 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 42–7–4 Keith Mielke KO (punches) Rings USA: Rising Stars Block A July 15, 2000 1 1:47 Orem, Utah, United States
Win 41–7–4 Jason Allar KO (head kick) Extreme Challenge 35 June 29, 2000 2 1:03 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 40–7–4 Nate Parmelee KO (elbow) Extreme Challenge 33 June 10, 2000 1 3:24 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Loss 39–7–4 Kiyoshi Tamura Decision (unanimous) Colosseum 2000 May 26, 2000 2 5:00 Japan
Win 39–6–4 Yoshihisa Yamamoto Submission (arm-triangle choke) Rings: Millennium Combine 1 April 20, 2000 2 2:50 Tokyo, Japan
Win 38–6–4 George Randolph Submission (arm-triangle choke) SFC: Xplosion! January 28, 2000 1 3:32 Belleville, Illinois, United States
Loss 37–6–4 Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira Decision (unanimous) WEF 8: Goin' Platinum January 15, 2000 3 8:00 Rome, Georgia, United States
Win 37–5–4 Aaron Pendleton Submission (punches) Extreme Challenge 30 December 1, 1999 1 3:25 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 36–5–4 John Marsh Decision (unanimous) Neutral Grounds 13 November 20, 1999 3 5:00 Lakeside, California, United States
Win 35–5–4 Johnathan Ivey TKO (injury) HOOKnSHOOT: Millennium November 6, 1999 1 1:24 Evansville, Indiana, United States
Loss 34–5–4 Hiromitsu Kanehara Decision (majority) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Block A October 28, 1999 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 34–4–4 Jason Godsey Submission (armbar) UFC 22 September 24, 1999 1 2:08 Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States
Win 33–4–4 Adam Harris TKO (punches) Extreme Challenge 27 August 21, 1999 1 2:31 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 32–4–4 Daiju Takase TKO (punches) UFC 21 July 16, 1999 1 4:41 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States
Win 31–4–4 Scott Ventimiglia Submission (armbar) HOOKnSHOOT: Ultimate Wrestle! June 12, 1999 1 N/A Evansville, Indiana, United States
Win 30–4–4 Kristian Rothaermel Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Challenge 25 June 11, 1999 1 2:31 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 29–4–4 Justin Ellison Submission (palm strikes) Extreme Challenge 24 May 15, 1999 1 2:30 Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Win 28–4–4 Jim Theobald Submission (rear-naked choke) Submission Fighting Championships April 30, 1999 1 N/A O'Fallon, Illinois, United States
Win 27–4–4 Mike Delaney Submission (punches) Freestyle Combat Challenge 1 April 19, 1999 1 8:05 Racine, Wisconsin, United States
Win 26–4–4 Todd Butler Submission (armbar) IFC: Fighters Revenge April 2, 1999 1 2:22 Kahnawake, Quebec, Canada
Win 25–4–4 Jammy Daniels Submission (punches) Extreme Boxing 3 March 23, 1999 1 2:47 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 24–4–4 Brandon Wilson Submission (rear-naked choke) Gladiators 2 March 18, 1999 1 1:40 Sioux City, Iowa, United States
Win 23–4–4 Chuck Liddell Technical submission (arm-triangle choke) UFC 19 March 5, 1999 1 12:00 Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, United States Liddell choked unconscious at end of round one.
Win 22–4–4 Steve Berger Decision (unanimous) Submission Fighting Championships January 31, 1999 1 24:00 Belleville, Illinois, United States
Win 21–4–4 Ken Parr Submission (rear-naked choke) HOOKnSHOOT: Trial January 30, 1999 1 3:23 Evansville, Indiana, United States
Win 20–4–4 Mark Walker Submission (arm-triangle choke) Extreme Boxing 1 January 20, 1999 1 2:29 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 19–4–4 John Dixon Submission (armbar) IFC: Extreme Combat January 9, 1999 1 0:57 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 18–4–4 Rene Tremblay Submission (triangle choke) IFC: Extreme Combat January 9, 1999 1 1:01 Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 17–4–4 Nick Starks Submission (arm-triangle choke) New Year's Eve Knockout 1 December 31, 1998 1 5:21 Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Draw 16–4–4 Keiichiro Yamamiya Draw Pancrase: Advance 12 December 19, 1998 1 15:00 Chiba, Chiba
Win 16–4–3 Rich Nettleton Submission (rear-naked choke) Gladiators 1 November 13, 1998 1 1:44 Sioux City, Iowa, United States
Win 15–4–3 Jerome Smith Submission (armbar) HOOKnSHOOT: Eruption November 7, 1998 1 4:02 Evansville, Indiana, United States
Win 14–4–3 Derrick Ruffin Submission (rear-naked choke) Submission Fighting Championships November 6, 1998 1 3:49 Carbondale, Illinois, United States
Loss 13–4–3 Ebenezer Fontes Braga Submission (guillotine choke) UFC Brazil October 16, 1998 1 3:27 Sao Paulo, Brazil
Win 13–3–3 Wayne Pittman Submission (rear-naked choke) Midwest Fighting 2 September 28, 1998 1 1:40 United States
Win 12–3–3 Clayton Miller TKO (punches) Midwest Fighting 2 September 28, 1998 1 3:27 United States
Win 11–3–3 Todd Butler Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Challenge 20 August 22, 1998 1 3:28 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 10–3–3 Jaymon Hotz Submission (punches) Midwest Fighting 1 July 28, 1998 1 1:56 Broomfield, Colorado, United States
Loss 9–3–3 Frank Shamrock Submission (kneebar) UFC 17 May 15, 1998 1 16:28 Mobile, Alabama, United States For UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
Draw 9–2–3 Travis Fulton Draw Extreme Challenge 16 March 26, 1998 1 20:00 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 9–2–2 Noe Hernandez Decision (unanimous) Extreme Challenge 15 February 27, 1998 1 15:00 Muncie, Indiana, United States
Win 8–2–2 Pat Assalone Submission (armbar) Extreme Challenge 15 February 27, 1998 1 1:38 Muncie, Indiana, United States
Draw 7–2–2 Travis Fulton Draw Extreme Challenge 9 August 30, 1997 1 15:00 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Draw 7–2–1 Dan Severn Draw Extreme Challenge 7 June 25, 1997 1 20:00 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Loss 7–2 Jason Godsey Submission (rear-naked choke) Extreme Challenge 6 May 10, 1997 1 6:42 Battle Creek, Michigan, United States
Win 7–1 Steven Goss Submission (triangle choke) Extreme Challenge 6 May 10, 1997 1 4:16 Battle Creek, Michigan, United States
Win 6–1 Dennis Reed Submission (armbar) Extreme Challenge 4 February 22, 1997 1 7:55 Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States
Win 5–1 Gary Myers Submission (armbar) Extreme Challenge 1 November 23, 1996 1 2:06 Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Win 4–1 Nate Schroeder Submission (rear-naked choke) Brawl at the Ballpark 1 September 1, 1996 1 4:50 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 3–1 Nate Schroeder Submission (punches) Gladiators 1 July 26, 1996 1 7:44 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Loss 2–1 Mark Hanssen Submission (armbar) Quad City Ultimate 2 May 11, 1996 1 9:10 Moline, Illinois, United States
Win 2–0 Mike Adsit Submission (elbows) Quad City Ultimate 2 May 11, 1996 1 2:00 Moline, Illinois, United States
Win 1–0 Rick Graveson Submission (armbar) Atlanta Fights March 1, 1996 1 1:54 Atlanta, Georgia, United States

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Fight Finder: Jeremy Horn". Sherdog. 2007. Retrieved August 16, 2007. 
  2. ^ Pishna, Ken (2008-01-09). "Horn Steps in to Face Marquardt at UFC 81". mmaweekly.com. Retrieved 2010-04-02. 
  3. ^ "UFC 81 Live Results from Las Vegas". MMAWeekly.com. February 2, 2008. Retrieved February 3, 2008. 
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