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"The Hammer"

Chris Haseman


Win Rate
54 %
Finish Rate
80 %
Decision Win %
40 %

Chris Haseman

5' 11 (180 cm)
74 in. (6' 2/188 cm)
Main Division
Light Heavyweight
Coming from a background in karate, amateur wrestling and Japanese jujutsu, Haseman was signed up by RINGS as the head of their Australian branch. He then participated in a February 1998 RINGS Holland event, where he fought kickboxing and sambo expert Valentijn Overeem to a decision that eventually went to the latter. The rest of 2000 was an active year for Haseman as well, submitting most of his opponents and fighting to a decision with future UFC Welterweight Champion Matt Hughes. Haseman later competed at the RINGS 2001 Middleweight Championship Tournament, where he choked out famous ADCC competitor Alexandre "Cacareco" Ferreira before falling to Gustavo Machado. Chris later competed against Evan Tanner and retired after losing to Canadian Bill Mahood in Spartan Reality Fight series 9 in 2004.

Awards & Accolades

  • Fighting Network RINGS: 1997 Light Heavyweight Championship Tournament Runner Up
  • Fighting Network RINGS: 2000 Rising Stars Middleweight Tournament Runner Up
  • Fighting Network RINGS: 2001 Middleweight Championship Tournament Semifinalist
  • Fighting Network RINGS: 2001 Absolute Class Tournament Runner Up
  • Ultimate Caged Combat: 1997 Caged Combat 1 Tournament Runner Up

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