Tim Means

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Tim Means
BornTimothy Carl Means[1]
(1984-02-20) February 20, 1984 (age 37)
Wilburton, Oklahoma, U.S.
Other namesThe Dirty Bird
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[2]
Weight171 lb (78 kg; 12 st 3 lb)
Reach75 in (191 cm)[3]
Fighting out ofAlbuquerque, New Mexico, United States
TeamPower MMA
Fit NHB[4]
TrainerTom Vaughn
Years active2004–present
Professional boxing record
By knockout1
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout19
By submission5
By decision7
By knockout2
By submission5
By decision5
No contests1
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Timothy Carl Means (born February 20, 1984) is an American professional mixed martial artist from Moriarty, New Mexico[5] currently competing in the Welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. A professional competitor since 2004, Means has also formerly competed for King of the Cage and Legacy FC. Means is the former King of the Cage Lightweight Champion and the former King of the Cage Junior Welterweight Champion.


Born in Wilburton, Oklahoma, and raised in New Mexico, Means began training at the age of 12, as he was a troubled kid and was taken under the wing of a local trainer. In 2004, Means was involved in a shooting incident outside of a bar and suffered a nine-inch gunshot wound in the femoral artery of his thigh. Means was prescribed painkillers and morphine, and developed a morphine dependency. After Mean's prescriptions ran out, he began experimenting with methamphetamine. A few years after Means began using meth, he found himself in trouble with the law, and was charged with aggravated assault after punching a man who broke into his home. After serving more than three years in prison early in his MMA career, Means turned his life around.[6][7]

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Means began his MMA career in 2004, recording a 3-2 record before serving a prison sentence.[8] His two losses were to future UFC fighters Spencer Fisher and Luke Caudillo.[9]

King of the Cage[edit]

Means returned to MMA in 2009 and reeled off six consecutive victories via first round stoppage, including a nine-second TKO win over Matt Green at KOTC: New Breed. He earned his first title at KOTC: Steel on Oct. 7, 2010 when he defeated Bobby Green to win the KOTC Junior Welterweight (160 lbs) belt. He defended the belt on four occasions, most recently in a first-round TKO victory over Mario Ramos at KOTC: High Performance on Nov. 19, 2011. He added the KOTC Lightweight title with a victory over Tye Brown at KOTC: Total Destruction on Jan. 21, 2012.

Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]

Means made his UFC debut on February 15, 2012, defeating Bernardo Magalhaes by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel TV 1.[10]

Means overwhelmed Justin Salas on June 8, 2012 at UFC on FX 3, knocking him down multiple times before finishing him with punches in just over a minute.[11]

Means was expected to face promotional newcomer Abel Trujillo on September 1, 2012 at UFC 151.[12] However, after UFC 151 was cancelled, the bout was rescheduled for December 8, 2012 at UFC on Fox 5.[13] On the day of the weigh-ins for the event, Means fell in a hotel sauna, injuring his head, and was replaced by Marcus LeVesseur.[14]

Means lost a unanimous decision to Jorge Masvidal on April 20, 2013 at UFC on Fox 7.[15]

Means, replacing an injured Bobby Green, lost a unanimous decision to Danny Castillo on July 27, 2013 at UFC on Fox 8, and was subsequently released from UFC.[16][17]

Legacy FC[edit]

After his release from the UFC, Means was called to replace Danny Salinas in the main event against Pete Spratt on September 13, 2013, at Legacy FC 23. He won via first-round knockout.[18] The win was not without controversy, as after the event Pete Spratt in an interview later claimed that it in the combination that knocked him out, the elbow had knocked him down but it was the follow up punches to the back head, which are illegal, that knocked him out, and expressed he would appeal the decision. Mean's manager Tom Vaughn when asked for statement didn't respond for comment to the allegations.[19]

Means then defeated Artenas Young in the first round at Legacy FC 27, on January 31, 2014.

UFC return[edit]

Following two wins on the regional circuit, Means was re-signed by the UFC and lost a unanimous decision to Neil Magny in a welterweight bout on May 10, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 40, replacing William Macário.[20]

Means beat Hernani Perpetuo by unanimous decision on July 26, 2014 at UFC on Fox 12.[21]

Means won a split decision over Márcio Alexandre on December 20, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 58.[22]

Means earned a Performance of the Night bonus for defeating Dhiego Lima via TKO in the first round on February 28, 2015 at UFC 184.[23][24][25]

Means, replacing an injured Kenny Robertson, defeated George Sullivan via submission (arm-triangle choke) in round three on April 18, 2015, at UFC on Fox 15.[26][27]

Means faced Matt Brown on July 11, 2015 at UFC 189.[28] Despite finding some success via striking early in the fight, Means lost the fight by submission due to a guillotine choke.[29]

Means faced John Howard on December 10, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 80.[30] He won the fight via knockout in the second round.[31] The win also earned Means his second Performance of the Night bonus award.[32]

Means was expected to face Donald Cerrone on February 21, 2016 at UFC Fight Night 83.[33] However, Means was pulled from the fight as a result of a violation of the USADA anti-doping policy. He was replaced by Alex Oliveira.[34][35]

At the conclusion of his suspension, Means was expected to face Sean Strickland on August 20, 2016 at UFC 202.[36] However Strickland pulled out of the fight in early August citing a knee injury.[37] He was replaced by promotional newcomer Sabah Homasi.[38] Means defeated Homasi by technical knockout in the second round.[39]

Means faced Alex Oliveira on December 30, 2016 at UFC 207.[40] The bout was halted in the first round after Means landed several knees to the head of Oliveira while he was considered a grounded opponent. As a result, Oliveira was unable to continue after the foul occurred. Subsequently, referee Dan Miragliotta judged that the foul was accidental, and in turn, the result was scored a No Contest.[41][42]

A rematch with Oliveira eventually took place on March 11, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 106.[43] Means lost the fight via submission in the second round.[44]

Means faced Alex Garcia on June 25, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 112.[45] He won by unanimous decision.[46]

Means faced Belal Muhammad on November 19, 2017 at UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs. Tybura.[47] He lost the fight via split decision.[48]

On December 20, 2017 Means announced he had signed a new, five-fight contract with UFC.[49]

Means faced Sérgio Moraes on February 3, 2018 at UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Anders.[50] He lost the fight via split decision.[51] Means was given win bonus.[52]

Means faced Ricky Rainey on November 30, 2018 at The Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale.[53] He won the fight via a technical knockout in round one.[54]

Means faced Niko Price on March 9, 2019 at UFC on ESPN+ 4.[55] He lost the fight via knockout in the first round, marking the first time he's been stopped due to strikes.[56]

In the last fight of his prevailing contract, Means faced Thiago Alves on December 7, 2019 at UFC on ESPN 7.[57] He won the fight via a submission in round one.[58] Means signed a new contract with the UFC in the following week.[59]

Means was scheduled to face Ramazan Emeev on February 15, 2020 at UFC Fight Night 167.[60] However, Emeev was removed from the bout in late-January for undisclosed reasons and replaced by Daniel Rodriguez.[61] Means lost the fight via submission in the second round. Means dedicated his fight to two teenage boys who had died in a car crash in his community. He had a special mouth piece made in their honor and claimed to had "fought his hardest" for them that night.[62]

Means faced Laureano Staropoli on August 8, 2020 at UFC Fight Night 174.[63] At the weigh-ins, Staropoli weighed in at 174.5 pounds, three and a half pounds over the welterweight non-title fight limit. The bout proceeded at a catchweight and Stropoli was fined 20% of his purse, which went to Means.[64] He won the fight via unanimous decision.[65]

Means replaced Robbie Lawler to face Mike Perry on November 21, 2020 at UFC 255.[66] At the weigh-ins on November 20, Perry missed weight, weighing in at 175.5 pounds, over the non-title welterweight limit of 171.0 pounds. As a result, the bout proceeded at a catchweight and Perry was fined 30 percent of his purse, which went to Means.[67] Means won the fight via unanimous decision.[68]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Professional record breakdown
45 matches 31 wins 12 losses
By knockout 19 2
By submission 5 5
By decision 7 5
Draws 1
No contests 1
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 31–12–1 (1) Mike Perry Decision (unanimous) UFC 255 November 21, 2020 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Catchweight (175.5 lb) bout; Perry missed weight.
Win 30–12–1 (1) Laureano Staropoli Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik August 8, 2020 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Catchweight (174.5 lb) bout; Staropoli missed weight.
Loss 29–12–1 (1) Daniel Rodriguez Submission (guillotine choke) UFC Fight Night: Anderson vs. Błachowicz 2 February 15, 2020 2 3:37 Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States
Win 29–11–1 (1) Thiago Alves Submission (guillotine choke) UFC on ESPN: Overeem vs. Rozenstruik December 7, 2019 1 2:38 Washington, D.C., United States
Loss 28–11–1 (1) Niko Price KO (punches) UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. dos Santos March 9, 2019 1 4:50 Wichita, Kansas, United States
Win 28–10–1 (1) Ricky Rainey TKO (punches) The Ultimate Fighter: Heavy Hitters Finale November 30, 2018 1 1:18 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 27–10–1 (1) Sérgio Moraes Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Anders February 3, 2018 3 5:00 Belém, Brazil
Loss 27–9–1 (1) Belal Muhammad Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs. Tybura November 19, 2017 3 5:00 Sydney, Australia
Win 27–8–1 (1) Alex Garcia Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Chiesa vs. Lee June 25, 2017 3 5:00 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Loss 26–8–1 (1) Alex Oliveira Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC Fight Night: Belfort vs. Gastelum March 11, 2017 2 2:38 Fortaleza, Brazil
NC 26–7–1 (1) Alex Oliveira NC (illegal knees) UFC 207 December 30, 2016 1 3:33 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Means landed two knees to Oliveira's head while he was determined to be a grounded opponent.
Win 26–7–1 Sabah Homasi TKO (punches) UFC 202 August 20, 2016 2 2:56 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 25–7–1 John Howard KO (punch) UFC Fight Night: Namajunas vs. VanZant December 10, 2015 2 0:21 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Performance of the Night.
Loss 24–7–1 Matt Brown Submission (guillotine choke) UFC 189 July 11, 2015 1 4:44 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 24–6–1 George Sullivan Submission (arm-triangle choke) UFC on Fox: Machida vs. Rockhold April 18, 2015 3 3:41 Newark, New Jersey, United States
Win 23–6–1 Dhiego Lima TKO (punches) UFC 184 February 28, 2015 1 2:17 Los Angeles, California, United States Performance of the Night.
Win 22–6–1 Márcio Alexandre Jr. Decision (split) UFC Fight Night: Machida vs. Dollaway December 20, 2014 3 5:00 Barueri, Brazil
Win 21–6–1 Hernani Perpétuo Decision (unanimous) UFC on Fox: Lawler vs. Brown July 26, 2014 3 5:00 San Jose, California, United States
Loss 20–6–1 Neil Magny Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Brown vs. Silva May 10, 2014 3 5:00 Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Win 20–5–1 Artenas Young TKO (punches) Legacy FC 27 January 31, 2014 1 1:38 Houston, Texas, United States
Win 19–5–1 Pete Spratt KO (elbows and punches) Legacy FC 23 September 13, 2013 1 2:24 San Antonio, Texas, United States Return to Welterweight.
Loss 18–5–1 Danny Castillo Decision (unanimous) UFC on Fox: Johnson vs. Moraga July 27, 2013 3 5:00 Seattle, Washington, United States Catchweight (160 lb) bout; Means missed weight.
Loss 18–4–1 Jorge Masvidal Decision (unanimous) UFC on Fox: Henderson vs. Melendez April 20, 2013 3 5:00 San Jose, California, United States
Win 18–3–1 Justin Salas TKO (knee and punches) UFC on FX: Johnson vs. McCall June 8, 2012 1 1:06 Sunrise, Florida, United States
Win 17–3–1 Bernardo Magalhães Decision (unanimous) UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger February 15, 2012 3 5:00 Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Win 16–3–1 Tye Brown TKO (punches) KOTC: Total Destruction January 21, 2012 1 0:30 Thackerville, Oklahoma, United States Won the vacant KOTC Lightweight Championship.
Win 15–3–1 Mario Ramos TKO (punches) KOTC: High Performance November 19, 2011 1 1:07 Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Win 14–3–1 Cody Pfister Submission (rear-naked choke) KOTC: Kingpin August 27, 2011 1 2:15 Lubbock, Texas, United States Defended the KOTC Junior Welterweight Championship.
Win 13–3–1 Cris Leyva TKO (knees and punches) KOTC: Fight to Live May 14, 2011 3 1:28 Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States Defended the KOTC Junior Welterweight Championship.
Win 12–3–1 Ricky Musgrave KO (punches) ECSC: Friday Night Fights 2 February 11, 2011 3 4:53 Clovis, New Mexico, United States
Win 11–3–1 Dom O'Grady Decision (split) KOTC: Steel December 9, 2010 5 5:00 San Bernardino, California, United States Defended the KOTC Junior Welterweight Championship.
Win 10–3–1 Bobby Green TKO (retirement) KOTC: Inferno October 7, 2010 2 5:00 Highland, California, United States Won the KOTC Junior Welterweight Championship.
Draw 9–3–1 Dom O'Grady Draw (majority) KOTC: Lock Down July 30, 2010 3 5:00 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Penalized for an elbow to the back of the head.
Win 9–3 Cody Garlett TKO (punches) KOTC: Honor May 14, 2010 1 1:17 Mescalero, New Mexico, United States Middleweight bout.
Loss 8–3 Jaime Jara Submission (guillotine choke) KOTC: Legacy March 26, 2010 1 2:19 Reno, Nevada, United States Middleweight bout.
Win 8–2 John Cronk Submission (rear-naked choke) KOTC: Horse Power November 28, 2009 1 0:46 Mescalero, New Mexico, United States
Win 7–2 Marcio Navarro TKO (punches) KOTC: Gunslinger August 8, 2009 1 3:53 Concho, Oklahoma, United States
Win 6–2 Matt Butterfield KO (knee) KOTC: El Lobo May 23, 2009 1 0:04 Towaoc, Colorado, United States
Win 5–2 Matt Green TKO (punches) KOTC: New Breed March 7, 2009 1 0:09 Mescalero, New Mexico, United States
Win 4–2 Brad Nordquist KO (punches) KOTC: Rapture February 28, 2009 1 2:07 Towaoc, Colorado, United States
Win 3–2 July Guiterrez Submission (rear-naked choke) Fightworld 4 March 26, 2005 N/A N/A Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Loss 2–2 Spencer Fisher Submission (triangle choke) IFC: Eve Of Destruction March 5, 2005 1 1:44 Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Loss 2–1 Luke Caudillo TKO (injury) Ring of Fire 13 September 24, 2004 1 1:40 Castle Rock, Colorado, United States
Win 2–0 Nathan Brown TKO (punches) Extreme Fighting Championships 2 May 1, 2004 1 N/A Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States
Win 1–0 Josh Barlowe TKO (punches) Rumble in the Desert March 13, 2004 N/A N/A Grand Junction, Colorado, United States


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