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Homer Moore Bio
Homer Moore (born November 12, 1971) is an American former professional mixed martial artist who competed as a Light Heavyweight for the UFC, WEC, and Chicago Red Bears of the IFL.
- 1 Background
- 2 Mixed martial arts career
- 2.1 Ultimate XARM World Heavyweight Championship
- 3 Mixed martial arts record
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Moore won the 1992 National Junior College Athletic Association NJCAA Collegiate Championship effortlessly. His background wrestling at Phoenix College gave him rise above his competition. Moore's Champion Stat is now part of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Having a record of this magnitude clones other major sports at their pinnacle.
Mixed martial arts career
Moore reached nearly 100 fights in his MMA career. He was a resident athlete at the United States Olympic Training Center in the mid '90s. Subsequently, Homer pursued other fighting opportunities and engaged in the Mixed Martial Arts arena. During Moore's transition, he won 10 straight fights over a 3-year period.
Although injured during his training for the fight, Moore preceded with his first professional fight in the UFC against UFC Middleweight Champion Evan Tanner in UFC 34 - High Voltage. This resulted in a defeat by submission armbar. During Moore's first debut fight in the IFL, out of Chicago, Illinois, he fought against jiu-jitsu expert Allan Goes.
Ultimate XARM World Heavyweight Championship
In January 2009, Moore was the first ever to be titled the Ultimate World Heavyweight Champion of Art Davie XARM. The competitors who participated in this tournament came from a variety of fighting backgrounds that included arm wrestling, football, kickboxing, mixed-martial arts and weightlifting. The winner's objective of this sport was to pin his opponent's arm, knock him out or make him submit.
Moore was also recognized as the "Best Fighter" under XARM's "Best of 2008 Awards".
Mixed martial arts record
- Homer The Rock Moore on IMDb
- Homer "The Rock" Moore at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum
- Professional MMA record for Homer Moore from Sherdog
- Picture Gallery
- MMA fighter profile
- NHB Fighting Record