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Samuel James Stout (born April 23, 1984) is a retired Canadian mixed martial artist from London, Ontario. He is widely known for his 20 fight stint with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is a former TKO Lightweight Champion.
- 1 Background
- 2 Mixed martial arts career
- 3 Charity work
- 4 Championships and awards
- 5 Mixed martial arts record
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Stout is from London Ontario, Canada and began karate and kickboxing at around age of 14. He has also competed in professional kickboxing, holding a record of 16-4 with a win over Kotetsu Boku in K-1 Max.
Mixed martial arts career
Stout made his UFC debut at UFC 58: USA vs. Canada. Although Stout was originally scheduled to face Kenny Florian, Florian withdraw from the bout due to a back injury. On short notice, Spencer Fisher â€“ of the prestigious Miletich Fighting Systems camp â€“ agreed to substitute for the injured Florian. Stout and Fisher fought for three action packed rounds at with Stout winning a split decision. Although the bout was not aired on the pay-per-view broadcast, the fight has subsequently been shown on episodes of UFC Unleashed. The fight was voted #16 on the UFC's 100 greatest fights show.
Stout succumbed to a rear naked choke submission at the hands of Kenny Florian during The Ultimate Fighter 3 finale on June 24, 2006. Following his loss to Kenny Florian, Stout defeated Jay Estrada by armbar, avenging his first career loss. In February 2007, Stout defeated Brazilian submission grappler Fabio Holanda to defend his TKO World Lightweight Championship.
In Stout's return to the UFC in the main event of UFC Fight Night 10, he was defeated in a rematch by Spencer Fisher via unanimous decision. Later, at UFC 80, he defeated Per Eklund from Sweden, by unanimous decision. Stout lost by split decision to Rich Clementi at UFC 83 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The scores were 29â€“27 Clementi, 29â€“28 Stout and 29â€“28 Clementi.
At UFC 89, Stout was defeated by Terry Etim via unanimous decision. Combining precise kicks with fast hands and a precise jab, Etim controlled Stout through the duration of the fight, only having to fend off sporadic and often desperate bursts from the Canadian in reply.
Stout's next fight was against Matt Wiman at UFC 97, which he won via unanimous decision (29â€“28, 29â€“28, 29â€“28) after hurting Wiman with a brutal liver shot. The fight was declared Fight of the Night.
Stout's was set to fight against Phillipe Nover at UFC Fight Night 19. On September 16, 2009, the day of the fight, Nover had a seizure. As a result, the match was cancelled. Stout defeated Joe Lauzon by unanimous decision on January 2, 2010 at UFC 108. The bout earned Fight of the Night honors, giving Stout his fourth FOTN.
Stout was then defeated by Jeremy Stephens via split decision at UFC 113 in his home country of Canada. The bout won the Fight of the Night award, giving Stout his fifth, tying him with Tyson Griffin for the most Fight of the Nights in UFC history.
Stout next faced Paul Taylor on October 23, 2010 at UFC 121. The first round saw Stout bloody Taylor's nose and successfully gain a takedown. Taylor came back in the second, catching Stout on the inside. Stout went on to win a razor thin split decision (29â€“28, 28â€“29, 30â€“27). MMAJunkie scored the fight 29â€“28 Taylor and Sherdog gave Taylor all 3 rounds.
Stout was expected to face Paul Kelly on February 5, 2011 at UFC 126. However, Stout was forced out of the bout with an injury and replaced by Donald Cerrone.
Stout next faced Yves Edwards on June 11, 2011 at UFC 131. Stout won the fight via first-round KO after countering Edwards with an overhand left square on the chin and earned Knockout of the Night honors. This also marked Stout's first stoppage victory in the UFC.
Stout was expected to face Dennis Siver on October 29, 2011 at UFC 137. However, it was announced on August 29, 2011 that Stout had pulled out of the bout.
Stout faced Thiago Tavares on January 14, 2012 at UFC 142. Stout lost the fight by a close unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28).
Stout faced Spencer Fisher for a third time on June 22, 2012 at UFC on FX 4. He won the fight by unanimous decision. Both participants earned Fight of the Night honors for their performances.
Stout fought John Makdessi on November 17, 2012 at UFC 154. After being outstruck for three rounds, Stout lost via unanimous decision.
Stout faced Strikeforce import Caros Fodor on February 23, 2013 at UFC 157. Stout defeated Fodor by split decision.
Stout was expected to face Isaac Vallie-Flagg on June 15, 2013 at UFC 161. However, Vallie-Flagg was forced out with a back injury and was replaced by James Krause. He lost the back-and-forth fight via submission in the third round in a bout that earned both participants Fight of the Night honors.
Stout faced Cody McKenzie on December 14, 2013 at UFC on Fox 9. He won the fight via unanimous decision.
Stout faced KJ Noons in a welterweight bout on April 16, 2014 at The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale. He lost the fight via knockout in the first round.
Stout faced Ross Pearson on March 14, 2015 at UFC 185. Stout lost the fight via knockout in the second round after he was dropped with a left hook and finished off with a right hand on the ground.
Stout faced Frankie Perez at UFC Fight Night 74 on August 23, 2015. He lost the fight via knockout in the first round.
Stout announced his retirement from mixed martial arts in September 2015.
Stout has been involved with several other UFC fighters (Sean Pierson, Mark Hominick, and Matt Mitrione) as part of a Toronto area anti-bullying program.
Championships and awards
- Ultimate Fighting Championship
- Fight of the Night (Six times)
- Knockout of the Night (One time)
- TKO Major League MMA
- TKO Lightweight Championship (One time, with four defences; subsequently vacated title)
Mixed martial arts record
- List of current UFC fighters
- List of male mixed martial artists
- "Sam Stout". UFC.com.
- Professional MMA record for Sam Stout from Sherdog
- Profile at K-1