Phil Harris (fighter)
|Born||9 April 1983|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)|
|Weight||125 lb (57 kg; 8.9 st)|
|Reach||64.0 in (163 cm)|
|Fighting out of||Portsmouth, England|
|Team||Gym 01 / South Coast Submissions|
|Rank||Black belt in Judo|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Mixed martial arts career
After compiling a record of 17–9 (1), Harris signed with BAMMA in 2010, making his debut against Irish featherweight Steve McCombe at BAMMA 2, winning via unanimous decision. He followed that up with another decision victory over Neil Seery at BAMMA 3. After a 21-month layoff, Harris dropped two weight classes to take on Canadian grappler Remi Morvan at Cage Warriors 46, winning by triangle armbar at 4:21 of round 1, his first submission win since 2007. Less than a month later, he took on TUF 14 contestant Casey Dyer at Cage Warriors: Fight Night 4, notching his fifth consecutive win with a unanimous decision.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
On 16 August 2012, Harris was signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He made his UFC debut against fellow grappler Darren Uyenoyama at UFC on FX 5 on 5 October 2012, replacing an injured Louis Gaudinot. Harris was submitted in the second round with a rear naked choke.
Harris faced Louis Gaudinot at UFC Fight Night 37. He lost the fight via submission in the first round. However, on 20 June 2014, the loss was changed to a No Contest after it was revealed Gaudinot had failed his drug test.
On 5 April 2014, Harris was released from the UFC after losing two fights in a row.
On the same day that Harris was released from the UFC, 5 April 2014, it was announced that Harris had signed an exclusive five-fight deal with Cage Warriors. Harris was expected to face Kurban Gadzhiev on 18 April 2014 in the main event of Cage Warriors Fight Night 11. However Kurban Gadzhiev pulled out of the fight due to illness, thus scraping the fight.
On 31 December 2014, Harris announced his retirement from mixed martial arts.
Mixed martial arts record
|Professional record breakdown|
|36 matches||22 wins||12 losses|
|Loss||22–12 (2)||Neil Seery||Decision (unanimous)||UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Brandao||19 July 2014||3||5:00||Dublin, Ireland|
|NC||22–11 (2)||Louis Gaudinot||NC (overturned loss)||UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Manuwa||8 March 2014||1||1:13||London, England||Originally a submission (guillotine choke) loss; overturned due to failed drug test|
|Loss||22–11 (1)||John Lineker||TKO (punches)||UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Munoz||26 October 2013||1||2:51||Manchester, England||128 lbs catchweight bout; Lineker missed weight|
|Win||22–10 (1)||Ulysses Gomez||Decision (unanimous)||UFC on Fuel TV: Barão vs. McDonald||16 February 2013||3||5:00||London, England|
|Loss||21–10 (1)||Darren Uyenoyama||Submission (rear naked choke)||UFC on FX: Browne vs. Bigfoot||5 October 2012||2||3:38||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
|Win||21–9 (1)||Casey Dyer||Decision (unanimous)||Cage Warriors Fight Night 4||16 March 2012||3||5:00||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Win||20–9 (1)||Remi Morvan||Submission (triangle armbar)||Cage Warriors: 46||23 February 2012||1||4:22||Kiev, Ukraine||Flyweight debut.|
|Win||19–9 (1)||Neil Seery||Decision (unanimous)||BAMMA 3||15 May 2010||3||5:00||Birmingham, England|
|Win||18–9 (1)||Steve McCombe||Decision (unanimous)||BAMMA 2||13 February 2010||3||5:00||London, England|
|Win||17–9 (1)||Mourad Benshegir||Decision||Atlas Fighting Challenge||9 August 2008||3||5:00||Birmingham, England|
|Loss||16–9 (1)||Ashleigh Grimshaw||TKO (punches)||FX3: England vs. Germany||24 November 2007||1||0:46||Reading, England|
|Loss||16–8 (1)||Michael Leonard||Submission (triangle choke)||Cage Rage Contenders: Dynamite||29 September 2007||1||1:25||Dublin, Ireland|
|NC||16–7 (1)||Michal Hamrsmid||No Contest||Cage Fight Series: D-Day||12 May 2007||1||N/A||England||Harris cut by faulty cage.|
|Win||16–7||Scott Jansen||Submission (rear-naked choke)||UK-1 Fight Night||14 April 2007||N/A||N/A||England|
|Win||15–7||Nayeb Hezam||Submission (achilles lock)||Fight First MMA||23 March 2007||1||1:32||London, England|
|Win||14–7||Darren Russell||Submission (armbar)||UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship 18||25 February 2007||1||2:25||Essex, England|
|Loss||13–7||Micky Young||TKO (corner stoppage)||Ultimate Fighting Revolution 7||29 October 2006||1||N/A||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Loss||13–6||David Smyth||KO||Pride & Glory: Drop Zone 4||9 September 2006||1||0:37||Catterick, England|
|Win||13–5||Kamon Rana||TKO (punches)||Full Contact Fight Night 3||15 July 2006||1||N/A||Bracknell, England|
|Win||12–5||Valdo Menzes||TKO (punches)||Absolute Adrenaline: Game Over||4 June 2006||2||N/A||Bournemouth, England|
|Win||11–5||Phil Labar||Submission (rear-naked choke)||UK-1 Fight Night||25 February 2006||1||N/A||Portsmouth, England|
|Loss||10–5||Paul McVeigh||Submission (triangle choke)||CWFC: Strike Force 4||26 November 2005||3||1:05||Coventry, England|
|Win||10–4||Valdo Menzes||TKO (punches)||FX 3: Battle of Britain||15 October 2005||2||1:52||Reading, England|
|Loss||9–4||José Aldo||TKO (doctor stoppage)||UK-1 Fight Night||17 September 2005||1||N/A||Portsmouth, England|
|Win||9–3||Christian Schoter||TKO (corner stoppage)||UK Storm||18 June 2005||1||5:00||Birmingham, England||Schoter didn't answer bell for second round.|
|Win||8–3||Ricky Moore||Submission (rear-naked choke)||Anarchy Fight Night||20 February 2005||1||4:09||Birmingham, England|
|Win||7–3||Alex Pullin||Submission (choke)||Angrrr Management 1||4 December 2004||1||N/A||Somerset, England|
|Win||6–3||Chris Freeborn||Submission (armbar)||Full Contact Fight Night 3||13 November 2004||N/A||N/A||Portsmouth, England|
|Win||5–3||Chris Westwood||Submission (armbar)||UK Storm||4 September 2004||1||1:25||Evesham, England|
|Loss||4–3||Luiz Henrique Tosta||Technical Submission (armbar)||UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship 8||22 August 2004||1||4:52||Essex, England|
|Loss||4–2||Alex Owen||Submission (triangle choke)||Night of Fury||1 August 2004||2||3:30||Merthyr Tydfil, Wales|
|Win||4–1||Dave Campbell||Submission (armbar)||UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship 7||30 May 2004||3||4:13||Essex, England|
|Loss||3–1||Mark Chen||Decision (unanimous)||UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship 6||29 February 2004||3||5:00||Essex, England|
|Win||3–0||Frank Rivas||Submission (rear-naked choke)||Pride & Glory 1||1 February 2004||2||1:30||Cardiff, Wales|
|Win||2–0||Steven Milward||Submission (rear-naked choke)||Ultimate Combat 8||30 November 2003||2||2:27||Chippenham, England|
|Win||1–0||Eric Dumas||Submission (armbar)||UK Mixed Martial Arts Championship 5||2 November 2003||1||3:34||Essex, England|
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- "Louis Gaudinot Injured, Newcomer Phil Harris Meets Darren Uyenoyama at UFC on FX 5". Sherdog.com. 23 August 2012.
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- "Louis Gaudinot tests positive for diuretic, suspended six months by UFC officials". mmajunkie.com. 20 June 2014.
- "Former UFC flyweight Phil Harris signs with Cage Warriors, debuts this month". MMAjunkie.com. 5 April 2014.
- "New headliner for Friday's Cage Warriors Fight Night 11 event on MMAjunkie". MMAjunkie.com. 16 April 2014.
- Staff (29 April 2014). "UFC Fight Night in Dublin adds Harris-Seery". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
- Staff (31 December 2014). "UFC's first European flyweight, Phil Harris, announces retirement". mmajunkie.com. Retrieved 31 December 2014.