Patrick Smith (fighter)
August 28, 1963 |
Denver, Colorado, United States
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight||225 lb (102 kg; 16.1 st)|
Super Heavyweight (kickboxing)
|Rank||black belt in Hapkido
black belt in Kenpō Karate
3rd degree black belt in Taekwondo
black belt in Tang Soo Do
purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
|Professional boxing record|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Boxing record from BoxRec|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Patrick Smith (born August 28, 1963) is an American kickboxer and mixed martial artist. He started his mixed martial arts career by participating in the first two Ultimate Fighting Championship events.
He is a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and also holds a black belt in Hapkido, Kenpō Karate, and Tang Soo Do. In 1993, Smith was ranked No. 1 as a Super Heavyweight kickboxer in the United States and held a ranking of No. 5 internationally. He was the 1993 Enshin Karate Sabaki Challenge Heavyweight champion, an annual full contact karate tournament held in Denver which allows grabs, sweeps and throws, and competed in the 1993 Seidokaikan full contact Karate World Cup tournament in Japan.
Patrick Smith first rose to fame in the USA for his kickboxing prowess. In 1994 he entered the K-1 Grand Prix '94 where he caused one of the biggest upsets in K-1 history by knocking out legendary karateka and future K-1 star Andy Hug with an uppercut after just 19 seconds of the first round in their quarter final match. Smith was unable to build on this success as he was soundly defeated by eventual champion Peter Aerts in the semi finals.
After the Hug victory, Smith's K-1 career never took off. He lost to Andy Hug in a rematch at the K-1 Revenge event and then failed to qualify for the followings years K-1 Grand Prix at K-1 Grand Prix '95 Opening Battle. His last match in K-1 was against rising local star Musashi, a match he lost by KO, and he was released from his K-1 contract, finishing 1 and 4 with the organization. Despite little international success, Smith had more success at home, accumulating an overall 66-8 kickboxing record by the time he retired in 2000.
Mixed martial arts career
UFC 1 and 2
Smith participated the first Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) event (see UFC 1) which was an eight-man single-elimination tournament with very few rules, awarding $50,000 to the winner. Art Davie, the promotor, placed advertisements in martial arts magazines and sent letters to anyone in any martial arts directory he could find to recruit competitors for the event. With the event being held in Smith's hometown of Denver, he was an easy addition.
Smith's first match was against Ken Shamrock after a random draw. Shamrock, Smith, and several other fighters were not convinced that the fights were real until the event actually started. Shamrock took Smith down easily and submitted him with a heel hook. The fans in Denver booed heavily as they were unaware of the submission rules and were displeased with the fact that Smith went down so easily.
Smith's performance got him invited to UFC 2 where he entered with the expressed intent of a shot at the previous winner Royce Gracie. Smith said he spent the time between shows working on his grappling to perform better fighting on the ground. Smith submitted 2 of his 3 opponents and knocked out Scott Morris in under a minute before finally losing to Gracie in the final.
Smith returned at UFC 6 where he fought Rudyard Moncayo and won by rear naked choke-submission at 1:08. Due to an injury sustained during the fight, Smith had to withdraw from the tournament due to stomach cramps. He was replaced by Anthony Macias.
Smith went on to fight for K-1 and Bas Rutten's first three invitationals shows as well as fighting on a few of the World Vale Tudo Championship events showcasing No Holds Barred fighting. Recently he has signed to the YAMMA fight organization. On 4/11/08 Smith came in as a late replacement for Gary Goodridge and defeated Eric "Butterbean" Esch via submission due to strikes in a "Masters Superfight" at YAMMA Pit Fighting's inaugural event.
on October 10 2015, Smith came out of retirement at age 51 to fight Dave Huckaba at Gladiator Challenge - Collision Course he was defeated via KO at 1:33 of round 1.
Championships and accomplishments
- Sabaki Challenge Heavyweight Champion
- KICK Super Heavyweight Champion
Mixed martial arts
- Ultimate Fighting Championship
66 Wins, 8 Losses
Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes
Mixed martial arts record
|Professional record breakdown|
|35 matches||20 wins||15 losses|
|Loss||20–15||Kevin Jordan||Decision (unanimous)||American Steel Cagefighting 1: Battle of the Legends||July 31, 2009||3||5:00||Salem, New Hampshire, United States|
|Win||20–14||Brad Imes||KO (punches)||Titan FC 13||March 13, 2009||1||0:28||Kansas City, Missouri, United States|
|Win||19–14||Aaron Winterlee||Submission (neck crank)||FM: Productions||March 7, 2009||1||2:22||Springfield, Missouri, United States|
|Loss||18–14||Jeremiah Constant||Submission (punches)||HRP: Snakebite Fight 2||October 11, 2008||1||0:42||Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States|
|Win||18–13||Aaron Winterlee||Submission (guillotine choke)||Extreme Fighting League||August 16, 2008||2||1:11||Miami, Oklahoma, United States|
|Win||17–13||Eric Esch||Submission (punches and elbows)||YAMMA Pit Fighting||April 11, 2008||1||3:17||Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States|
|Win||16–13||Derrick Ruffin||TKO (punches)||FM: Productions||February 1, 2008||2||1:02||Missouri, United States|
|Win||15–13||David Tyner||TKO (punches)||Oklahoma KO: Nightmare in the Jungle 1||October 27, 2007||2||2:45||Antlers, Oklahoma, United States|
|Win||14–13||Scott Arnold||TKO (punches)||UGC 18: Xtreme Victory||May 18, 2007||1||2:12||Quebec, Canada|
|Loss||13–13||Tom Clemens||Submission (kneebar)||XFS 5: Heavy Hitters||May 12, 2007||2||1:35||Boise, Idaho, United States|
|Win||13–12||Brian Stromberg||KO (punches)||Xtreme Fight Series 3||December 15, 2006||1||4:00||Boise, Idaho, United States|
|Win||12–12||Vernon Earwood||TKO (knee and punches)||RMBB: Hellraisers||October 21, 2006||1||2:33||Denver, Colorado, United States|
|Win||11–12||Richard Gomez||Submission (guillotine choke)||Fightfest 6||September 23, 2006||1||0:47||Corpus Christi, Texas, United States|
|Win||10–12||Allan Sullivan||KO (punches)||ROF 10: Intensity||October 18, 2003||1||3:35||Colorado, United States|
|Loss||9–12||Marcus Silveira||DQ (knees on a grounded opponent)||World Extreme Fighting 5||June 12, 1999||1||0:50||DeLand, Florida, United States||Smith knocked Silveira down with a punch but landed an illegal knee to a downed opponent.|
|Win||9–11||Chuck Gale||TKO (elbows and punches)||Bas Rutten Invitational 3||June 1, 1999||1||7:31||Littleton, Colorado, United States|
|Loss||8–11||Maxim Tarasov||Submission (heel hook)||IAFC: Pankration World Championship 1999||May 1, 1999||1||3:31||Moscow, Russia|
|Loss||8–10||Moti Horenstein||KO (head kick)||Bas Rutten Invitational 2||April 24, 1999||1||0:26||Littleton, Colorado, United States|
|Loss||8–9||Matt Asher||TKO (punches)||Bas Rutten Invitational 1||February 6, 1999||1||0:11||Littleton, Colorado, United States|
|Win||8–8||Joe Grant||Submission (punches)||Bas Rutten Invitational 1||February 6, 1999||1||0:35||Littleton, Colorado, United States|
|Win||7–8||David Dodd||Decision (unanimous)||Extreme Challenge 22||November 21, 1998||1||16:00||West Valley City, Utah, United States|
|Win||6–8||Tony Mendoza||TKO (punches)||ES: National Championships||October 24, 1998||1||7:27||South Dakota, United States|
|Win||5–8||Marco Selva||Submission (punches)||World Vale Tudo Championship 5||February 3, 1998||1||4:35||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Loss||4–8||Marco Ruas||Submission (heel hook)||World Vale Tudo Championship 4||March 16, 1997||1||0:39||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Loss||4–7||Fabio Gurgel||TKO (retirement due to fan interference)||World Vale Tudo Championship 3||January 19, 1997||1||0:50||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Loss||4–6||Dave Beneteau||Submission (punches)||U - Japan||November 17, 1996||1||1:09||Tokyo, Japan|
|Loss||4–5||Kiyoshi Tamura||Submission (heel hook)||K-1 Hercules||December 9, 1995||1||0:55||Nagoya, Japan|
|Loss||4–4||Kimo Leopoldo||Submission (punches)||UFCF 1||September 8, 1995||1||2:59||Sapporo, Japan|
|Win||4–3||Rudyard Moncayo||Submission (rear-naked choke)||UFC 6||July 14, 1995||1||1:08||Casper, Wyoming, United States|
|Loss||3–3||Kimo Leopoldo||Submission (punches)||K-1 Legend||December 10, 1994||1||3:00||Nagoya, Japan|
|Loss||3–2||Royce Gracie||Submission (punches)||UFC 2||March 11, 1994||1||1:17||Denver, Colorado, United States||UFC 2 Tournament Finals.|
|Win||3–1||Johnny Rhodes||Submission (guillotine choke)||UFC 2||March 11, 1994||1||1:07||Denver, Colorado, United States||UFC 2 Tournament Semi-Finals.|
|Win||2–1||Scott Morris||TKO (elbows)||UFC 2||March 11, 1994||1||0:30||Denver, Colorado, United States||UFC 2 Tournament Quarter-Finals.|
|Win||1–1||Ray Wizard||Submission (guillotine choke)||UFC 2||March 11, 1994||1||0:58||Denver, Colorado, United States||UFC 2 Tournament Qualifying Round.|
|Loss||0–1||Ken Shamrock||Technical Submission (heel hook)||UFC 1||November 12, 1993||1||1:49||Denver, Colorado, United States||UFC 1 Tournament Qualifying Round.|
Professional boxing record
|5 Wins (4 knockouts, 1 decision), 11 Losses (11 knockouts), 2 Draws |
|Loss||19-12-2||Kendrick Releford||KO||1||13/06/2009||Batesville Armory, Batesville, Arkansas||Smith knocked out at 0:40 of the first round.|
|Loss||12-3||Grant Cudjoe||TKO||2||04/08/2007||Expo Square Pavilion, Tulsa, Oklahoma||Referee stopped the bout at 0:36 of the second round.|
|Loss||15-0||Chazz Witherspoon||TKO||2||10/02/2007||Jewish Community Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Referee stopped the bout at 1:38 of the second round.|
|Loss||24-3-1||Taurus Sykes||KO||3||01/12/2006||Isleta Casino Resort, Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico|
|Loss||22-3||Duncan Dokiwari||KO||2||26/08/2006||Convention Center, Junction City, Kansas||Smith knocked out at 2:33 of the second round.|
|Win||8-2-1||Kenny Lemos||TKO||2||30/06/2006||Denver Coliseum, Denver, Colorado||Referee stopped the bout at 2:58 of the second round.|
|Loss||33-9-1||David Bostice||TKO||3||12/08/2005||Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado||Referee stopped the bout at 1:31 of the third round.|
|Loss||5-2-1||Marcelino Novaes||TKO||2||23/07/2004||Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa, Rancho Mirage, California||Referee stopped the bout at 3:00 of the second round.|
|Draw||12-0||Preston Hartzog||PTS||6||11/06/2004||Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco, California||56-58, 57-57, 59-55.|
|Draw||22-3||Gary "Bring Da Pain" Bell||PTS||8||27/05/2004||Alario Center, Westwego, Louisiana||74-76, 76-74, 75-75.|
|Loss||9-0||Bobby Harris||KO||2||31/08/1994||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Loss||12-4||Monte Oswald||TKO||2||21/04/1994||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||9-1-1||Justin Fortune||KO||2||24/02/1994||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||2-4-1||Krishna Wainwright||PTS||6||12/01/1994||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||4-1-1||Randy Crippen||TKO||1||18/12/1993||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Loss||3-0||Will Hinton||KO||2||20/03/1993||Denver, Colorado|
|Loss||1-0||Samson Po'uha||TKO||4||14/02/1993||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||--||Kris Sorensen||KO||1||05/12/1992||O'Conner Fieldhouse, Caldwell, Idaho|
- "Patrick Smith on Sherdog".
- UFC 1 DVD
- "Sabaki Challenge". Enshin.com. Retrieved 2012-01-07.
- "Real Fighter Magazine". Realfightermag.com. 1993-11-12. Retrieved 2012-01-07.
- No Holds Barred: Ultimate Fighting and the Martial Arts Revolution By Clyde Gentry
- Eight Men in a Cage (dead link)
- UFC II DVD
- UFC 6 DVD