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Brock Larson Bio
Brock Orville Larson (born August 23, 1977) is an American mixed martial artist from Brainerd, Minnesota. Larson was a successful wrestler defeating former UFC fighter Tom Speer in an all-grappling match in St Cloud, Minnesota.
Larson fought for the WEC welterweight championship on August 6, 2007 but lost to champion Carlos Condit.
In December 2008, the WEC welterweight division merged with the UFC's welterweight division after the promotion decided to focus on lower weight classes.
In his UFC debut, Larson submitted Jesse Sanders via rear naked choke at UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann.
Larson then fought at UFC 98, defeating Mike Pyle by arm triangle choke in round 1, earning him Submission of the Night honors.
At UFC 106 he fought Brian Foster. Larson had two points deducted in the first round for an illegal kick and an illegal knee before being defeated in the second round by technical knockout on November 21, 2009, at UFC 106. Following the loss, Larson was cut by the UFC.
After going 3-0 in regional competition after his UFC release, Larson faced Tarec Saffiedine on September 11, 2010 at Shark Fights 13 and lost via unanimous decision.
Larson next faced Gabe Wallbridge on October 29, 2010 at King of the Cage - Main Stream. He won by submission due to strikes in the first round.
Larson lost back to back fights to Eric Davila and Antonio Braga Neto by first round KO and submission respectively.
Larson and his wife Kari are expecting their first child. Before fighting professionally, Larson worked in road construction.
Mixed martial arts record
- Professional MMA record for Brock Larson from Sherdog