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Kevin Randleman

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Win Rate
52 %
Finish Rate
53 %
Decision Win %
69 %

Kevin Randleman

Age
50
Height
5' 10 (178 cm)
Reach
70 in. (5' 10/178 cm)
Ape-Index
1.000
Stance
Orthodox
Nationality
United States
Main Division
Light Heavyweight
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Rank
purple_belt
Biography
Randleman attended Sandusky High School, started all four years on the football team, ran track in which he qualified for the state finals, and had a 122–11 record while on the wrestling team, including winning the state championship in 1989. Randleman then went undefeated during his sophomore year, and won the NCAA tournament. Despite having some of the most successful three years in the history of collegiate wrestling, including compiling the third best winning percentage in Ohio State wrestling history, Randleman became ineligible to wrestle in his senior year because of academic issues. After leaving Ohio State, Randleman attended Lindenwood University. However in 2002 Randleman was nominated as the Ohio State University Wrestler of the Century.
Fighter Trivia
Kevin married his longtime girlfriend and publicist, Elizabeth Broglia, on April 25, 2009. He had four children: Calvin, Jasmine, Madolyn, and Santino. After his professional fighting career, Randleman founded a non-profit program Monster Wrestling Academy at Coronado High School in which he taught wrestling to kids alongside other volunteer coaches like Phil Baroni.

Awards & Accolades

  • UFC: UFC Hall of Fame (Pioneer Wing, Class of 2020)
  • UFC: UFC Heavyweight Championship (One time; former). One successful title defense
  • UFC: One successful title defense
  • UFC: UFC Road To The Heavyweight Title Tournament Runner-Up (1999)
  • UFC: One successful title defense
  • Universal Vale Tudo Fighting: UVTF 4 Tournament Champion
  • Universal Vale Tudo Fighting: UVTF 6 Tournament Finalist
  • Brazil Open: Brazil Open '97 Heavyweight Tournament Runner-Up
  • Fight Matrix: Knockout of the Year (2004) vs. Mirko Cro Cop on April 25
  • FIGHT! Magazine: Knockout of the Year (2004) vs. Mirko Cro Cop on April 25
  • MMA Fighting: Most Lopsided Upset of the Year (2004)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association: NCAA Division I 177 lb – Champion out of Ohio State University (1992, 1993)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association: NCAA Division I 167 lb – Runner-up out of Ohio State University (1991)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association: NCAA Division I All-American out of Ohio State University (1991, 1992, 1993)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association: Ohio State University Wrestler of the Century (20th Century)
  • Big Ten Conference: Big Ten 177 lb – Champion out of Ohio State University (1991, 1992, 1993)

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