Stephen
Thompson
10-1-0( W-L-D )

Fight History

Skill Breakdown

Charts are compiled based on results from 6 fights.
Record: 10-1-0
Summary: Striking and conditioning

Fighter Info

Nickname: Wonderboy
From: Simpsonville, SC USA
Fights Out Of: Simpsonville, SC USA
Age: 31
Height: 6' 0" ( 182 cm )
Weight: 170 lb ( 77 kg )

Striking

Total Attempted Strikes
0
535
50% Successful
268
Types of Successful Strikes
0
268
81% Standing
12%
217
33
18
Striking Defense
59
%
The percentage of total strikes avoided

Grappling

Total Takedowns
0
4
50% Successful
2
Grappling Totals by Type
 
 
Subm.
Passes
Sweeps
0
2
1
Takedown Defense
77
%
The percentage of total takedowns avoided
Result Fighters Event Str TD Sub Pass Method Replay
Win
Patrick Cote Sep 27, 2014
53 0 0 0 R3 Decision - Unanimous
Stephen Thompson 64 0 0 0
Win
Robert Whittaker Feb 22, 2014
19 0 0 0 R1 KO/TKO
Stephen Thompson 38 0 0 0
Win
Chris Clements Sep 21, 2013
1 0 0 0 R2 KO/TKO
Stephen Thompson 12 0 0 1
Win
Stephen Thompson May 25, 2013
65 2 0 1 R3 Decision - Unanimous
Nah-Shon Burrell 56 0 0 0
Loss
Matt Brown Apr 21, 2012
36 5 1 5 R3 Decision - Unanimous
Stephen Thompson 67 0 0 0
Win
Dan Stittgen Feb 4, 2012
8 0 0 0 R1 KO/TKO
Stephen Thompson 22 0 0 0

Biography

TRAINING: My training camp consists of "3 a days". Strength & Conditioning in the morning. Thomas Lee Wrestling and RCJ Machado Jiu-jitsu at noon and Pitch Black Kickboxing in the evenings.

 

When and why did you start training for fighting? When I was three years old. My father was a professional fighter and owned a Karate school. All the kids in our family started training at age three.


What ranks and titles have you held? Five-time world champion kickboxer. I hold a 5th degree black belt in Tetsushin Ryu Kempo Karate, a 1st degree in Tetsushin Ryu Jujitsu and a Purple belt in RCJ Machado Jiu-jitsu.

Do you have any heroes? None

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? I want to fight the best in the world and I want to be a champion, so being the in the UFC is a dream come true.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? No

What was your job before you started fighting?
I've worked at my family's karate academy, doing everything from cleaning bathrooms to what I do now as the head kids’ instructor.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition?
37-0, 16 amateur kickboxing titles:
1.    1999 ISKA Georgia State Middleweight Amateur Champion
2.    2000 ISKA Southeast Middleweight Amateur Champion
3.    2000 IKF East Coast Middleweight Amateur Champion
4.    2000 PKC National Light Middleweight Amateur Champion
5.    2000 IKF National Middleweight Amateur Champion
6.    2000 USAKBF North American Middleweight Amateur Champion
7.    2001 IKF National Light Heavyweight Amateur Champion
8.    2001 PKC National Light Heavyweight Amateur Champion
9.    2001 USAKBF World Light Heavyweight Amateur Champion
10.    2001 WPKA World Light Heavyweight Amateur Champion
11.    2002 IKF National Light Heavyweight Amateur Champion
12.    2002 IKF North American Light Cruiserweight Amateur Champion
13.    2003 U.S. National Martial Arts Team World Cup Light Heavyweight Champion
14.    2003 KICK North American Cruiserweight Champion
15.    2003 I.A.K.S.A. World Champion
16.    2003 IKF FCR Amateur Light Cruiserweight World Champion

Specific accomplishments in pro competition? Undefeated - competed in the Chuck Norris World Combat League

Favorite grappling technique:
RNC

Favorite striking technique:
Spinning backfist

• MMA Pro since 2010
 
• Five wins by KO, one by submission
 
• A combined 57-0 kickboxing record, which includes over 40 KOs
 
• Brother-in-law is Carlos Machado
 
• Has trained with Anderson Silva, Chris Weidman, Georges St-Pierre, Rashad Evans, Nate Marquardt, and Keith Jardine
 
• On four fight winning streak
 
• Origin of nickname: “It came when I was 15. I fought a guy that was in his early to mid twenties and held a couple state kickboxing titles. He was undefeated also. I put a beating on him that totally baffled people, as it was my first fight. My dad threw my in DEEP. He wanted to see if this was what I REALLY wanted to do. After the fight the guy I beat was totally demoralized that he got essentially spanked by a 15-year-old in his first fight and made the comment "I wonder why I got in the ring with that boy." So the commentator heard this and called me Wonderboy. Also when I was a younger kid I'd sing and dance and my sister’s then boyfriend would call me Stevie Wonder so somehow all this turned into Wonderboy. Yeah, kinda crazy.”

Career

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Dan Stittgen
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