Jeremy Jackson (fighter)
September 19, 1982 |
Garden Grove, California
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||170 lb (77 kg; 12 st)|
|Fighting out of||Port Hueneme, California|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Jeremy Rea Jackson (born September 19, 1982) is a former American mixed martial artist from California. He is known as one of two men (along with K.J. Noons) to have finished Nick Diaz in mixed martial arts competition.
Jackson's first professional MMA fight was on September 9, 2001 against Jake Shields in the Gladiator Challenge 6: Caged Beasts. Jackson has fought in The Ultimate Fighting Championship, Kage Kombat, IFC, King of the Cage, Ultimate Athlete, World Extreme Cagefighting, Gladiator Challenge, Ring Of Honor, and Total Combat. Jeremy Jackson had a trilogy with Nick Díaz which ended with him losing two straight to Diaz, which ending at UFC 44: Undisputed. He competed as a welterweight on The Ultimate Fighter 4 on Spike TV, but was sent home before having a chance to fight after violating the rules of the show.
Despite being ejected from the tournament, Jackson fought Pete Spratt in the fourth season finale of The Ultimate Fighter. Jackson was submitted in the second round and was released from the UFC.
On June 30, 2008, Jackson was arrested and taken into custody by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office. He was charged with multiple counts of aggravated rape and held on $1 million bail.
Jackson was sentenced 25 years to life after pleading guilty to the rape charges against his lawyer's advice.
Mixed martial arts record
|Professional record breakdown|
|14 matches||9 wins||5 losses|
|Win||9-5||Hector Carrilo||TKO (punches)||Total Combat 19||March 31, 2007||1||N/A|
|Loss||8-5||Pete Spratt||Submission (injury)||The Ultimate Fighter: The Comeback Finale||November 11, 2006||2||1:11|
|Win||8-4||Christian Vargas||Submission (rear-naked choke)||TC 10 - Total Combat 10||October 15, 2006||1||3:56|
|Win||7-4||Mark Moreno||Submission (rear-naked choke)||ROH 1 - Ring of Honor 1||November 22, 2003||1||1:30|
|Loss||6-4||Nick Diaz||Submission (armbar)||UFC 44||September 26, 2003||3||2:04|
|Loss||6-3||Nick Diaz||TKO (punches)||IFC WC 18 - Big Valley Brawl||July 19, 2003||1||4:17|
|Win||6-2||Shonie Carter||Decision (unanimous)||WEC 6: Return of a Legend||March 27, 2003||3||5:00|
|Win||5-2||Nick Diaz||TKO (punches)||UA 4 - King of the Mountain||September 28, 2002||1||0:49|
|Win||4-2||Mike Penalber||TKO (punches)||UA 4 - King of the Mountain||September 28, 2002||1||N/A|
|Win||3-2||Zach Light||TKO (punches)||UA 4 - King of the Mountain||September 28, 2002||2||N/A|
|Win||2-2||Eddy Ellis||TKO (punches)||IFC WC 17 - Warriors Challenge 17||July 12, 2002||1||2:24|
|Loss||1-2||Joe Stevenson||Submission (guillotine choke)||KOTC 15 - Bad Intentions||June 22, 2002||1||1:27|
|Win||1-1||Peter Delayo||TKO (strikes)||KK - Kage Kombat||April 6, 2002||N/A||N/A|
|Loss||0-1||Jake Shields||Submission (rear-naked choke)||GC 6 - Caged Beasts||September 9, 2001||1||2:03|
- Former UFC fighter Jeremy Jackson arrested, charged with multiple felonies, MMAJunkie.com; Staff (2008)
- Former UFC Fighter Jeremy Jackson Sentenced 25 Years to Life for 2008 Rape Conviction, MMAWeekly.com (2011)