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  • Early life[edit]
  • Mixed martial arts career[edit]
  • Early career[edit]
  • Strikeforce[edit]
  • Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]
  • Personal life[edit]
  • "The Millionaire Matchmaker" reality show[edit]
  • Relationships[edit]
  • Modeling career[edit]
  • Championships and accomplishments[edit]
  • Mixed martial arts record[edit]
  • Pay-per-view bouts[edit]
  • See also[edit]
  • References[edit]
  • MMA: Vitor Belfort vs Luke Rockhold - Vicious Knockout

  • Luke Skyler Rockhold[4] (born October 17, 1984) is an American mixed martial artist competing in the UFC, where he is the former UFC Middleweight Champion.[5] He won the title on December 12, 2015 by defeating prior champion, the undefeated Chris Weidman via 4th-round TKO. A two-time world champion, Rockhold also won the Strikeforce Middleweight Championship by defeating Ronaldo Souza on September 10, 2011 via unanimous decision. Rockhold defended the title twice and was the last man to hold the belt, before Strikeforce was officially taken over by the UFC. He is currently ranked the #3 middleweight contender in the official UFC middleweight rankings.[6][7][8] Luke is also an avid surfer and skateboarder.[9]

    Early life[edit]

    Rockhold was born in the Bay Area city of Santa Cruz, California and hails from an athletic family. Growing up, Luke and his older brother, pro-surfer Matt Rockhold, surfed their local breaks together. His father, was a professional basketball player in Europe[10] and his mother was an avid tennis player. Luke started training in judo when he was 6 years old but quit upon turning ten.[11] When he entered the seventh grade, he joined his school's wrestling team and stuck with the sport all through Soquel High School[12] while taking jiu-jitsu classes.

    Rockhold tried wrestling for a local community college but he felt the sport wasn't for him and instead took jiu-jitsu on full-time.[13] After winning a few BJJ tournaments, he decided to enter mixed martial arts. In 2006, a friend invited Rockhold to train at the American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) in San Jose, California.[13] His raw talent and kicking displays immediately caught the eye of AKA head coach Javier Mendez, who touted Rockhold as a potential future champion.

    Mixed martial arts career[edit]

    Early career[edit]

    In July 2007, Rockhold made his professional debut against Mike Martinez for the Melee on the Mountain promotion. Rockhold dominated the fight and won via armbar submission midway through the first round. He had his second fight for the promotion in November 2007. It was not as successful as the first as Rockhold was defeated by Tony Rubalcava via TKO.


    Up and coming promotion, Strikeforce called and offered Rockhold a fight on their Strikeforce: Young Guns II card. Rockhold looked impressive in his debut, forcing his opponent to submit from punches. Impressed with his performance, Strikeforce decided to give him another fight. The second fight took place on the Strikeforce: Destruction card, where Rockhold won via submission. At Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Diaz, Rockhold won his third consecutive fight. Rockhold was given a step up in competition when he fought Cory Devela at Strikeforce Challengers: Villasenor vs. Cyborg. Even though he was the underdog going into the fight, he won that fight in just 30 seconds with his third rear-naked choke submission in a row.

    At Strikeforce Challengers: Gurgel vs. Evangelista, Rockhold defeated The Ultimate Fighter 7 contestant, Jesse Taylor. The fight improved his record to 5–0 under the Strikeforce banner. In February 2010, Rockhold defeated another Ultimate Fighter 7 finalist, Paul Bradley, and won via TKO (knees to the body). The fight took place at Strikeforce Challengers: Kaufman vs. Hashi in San Jose, California. With the win, Rockhold hoped to fight against tougher and well-known fighters.[14] In addition to the win, Rockhold was announced as a playable character for the EA Sports MMA video game.[15] Rockhold was scheduled to fight Matt Lindland at Strikeforce: San Jose but pulled out a few weeks before the fight due to a shoulder injury.[16] Rockhold was expected to face former title contender, Tim Kennedy, at Strikeforce 32[17] however, due to unknown reasons, Rockhold was removed from the bout.

    Winning the middleweight title[edit]

    After more than a year and a half hiatus from fighting due to injuries, Rockhold stepped into the cage to fight StrikeforceMiddleweight champion Ronaldo Souza on September 10, 2011.[18] He won the fight via unanimous decision to become the new Strikeforce Middleweight champion.[19] For his first title defense, Rockhold faced Keith Jardine at Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine on January 7, 2012.[20] Rockhold won the fight via TKO in the first round.

    In his second title defense, Rockhold faced Tim Kennedy in the main event of Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy on July 14, 2012. During the weigh-ins for the bout on July 13, Rockhold came in a half-pound overweight. Rockhold cut the extra weight in the allotted two-hour limit. He successfully defended his title for a second time, winning the fight via unanimous decision.

    For his third title defense, Rockhold was expected to face challenger Lorenz Larkin at Strikeforce: Cormier vs. Mir on November 3, 2012 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.[21] However, Rockhold was forced to withdraw from the show due to injury and the event was later cancelled.[22] The fight was rumored to be rescheduled on January 12, 2013.[23] however, Rockhold never agreed upon the bout citing a lingering shoulder injury.

    Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]

    In January 2013, the Strikeforce organization was closed by its parent company Zuffa. A list of fighters scheduled to be brought over to the Ultimate Fighting Championship was released in mid-January and Rockhold was one of the fighters listed.[24]

    Rockhold faced perennial multi-divisional contender Vitor Belfort on May 18, 2013 in the main event at UFC on FX 8.[25] He lost the fight via knockout in the first round, after being caught with a spinning heel kick to the face.[26]

    Rockhold was expected to face Tim Boetsch on October 19, 2013 at UFC 166.[27] However, Rockhold was forced out of the bout citing a knee injury and was replaced by C.B. Dollaway.[28] Rockhold faced Costas Philippou on January 15, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 35.[29] He won via TKO in the first round after dropping Philippou with a kick to the body.[30] The performance also earned Rockhold a $50,000 Knockout of the Night bonus.[31] Rockhold eventually faced Tim Boetsch on April 26, 2014 at UFC 172.[32] He won the fight via submission in the first round.[33]

    Rockhold faced Michael Bisping on November 8, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 55.[34] He won the fight in the second round after dropping Bisping with a head kick and then applying a guillotine choke submission.[35] The win earned Rockhold his first Performance of the Night bonus award.[36]

    On April 18, 2015, Rockhold faced former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Lyoto Machida at UFC on Fox 15.[37] Rockhold defeated Machida in a one-sided fight via submission in the second round.[38] Rockhold also earned his second consecutive Performance of the Night bonus award.[39]

    Winning the UFC middleweight title[edit]

    "It’s a bad fight for Chris, stylistically. Luke is really hard to take down, and when you get him down his Jiu Jitsu is amazing. It’s one of the best and underrated offensive Jiu Jitsu games in MMA. [Luke] has the range, he has the height, he has the size, he has the power.."

    —Tim Kennedy discussing Weidman-Rockhold fight [40]

    Rockhold next faced Chris Weidman for the UFC Middleweight Championship on December 12, 2015 at UFC 194.[41] In the third round, after a competitive first two rounds, Rockhold capitalised on a missed Weidman wheel kick by taking him down into the back mount and passed to full mount where he delivered heavy ground and pound to the champion. Weidman was able to make it to the end of the round but had sustained heavy cuts and damage from Rockhold's ground and pound. In the fourth round, Rockhold kept pressing with punches and secured a successful take-down and after passing into full mount, delivered more ground and pound to win the fight via TKO in the fourth round and became the 7th middleweight champion in UFC history,[42] thereby ending Weidman's undefeated reign in the UFC. Both participants were awarded Fight of the Night honors.[43] In the post-fight interview, Rockhold illuminated his struggles prior to the fight battling a staph infection and being on antibiotics which made him exhausted during the later rounds of the fight, but nevertheless he was able to come out victorious.[44] Being a Santa Cruz native and becoming the UFC Middleweight Champion, his hometown Santa Cruz, California, proclaimed December 18, as Luke Rockhold Day crediting his victory and achievements.[45]

    Post Championship[edit]

    A rematch with Weidman was scheduled to take place on June 4, 2016 at UFC 199.[46] However, Weidman pulled out of the fight on May 17 with an undisclosed injury and was replaced by Michael Bisping.[47][48] His title match against Bisping ended in the first round when Rockhold was dropped with a left hook and finished with a flurry of punches against the cage.[49] This result was considered by many in MMA media as one of the biggest upsets in the UFC title fight history, Bisping being a huge underdog because he took the fight in only 10 days and had been submitted by Rockhold 18 months earlier.

    Rockhold was expected to face Ronaldo Souza in a rematch on November 27, 2016 at UFC Fight Night 101.[50] However the pairing was cancelled on 1 November after Rockhold was ruled out of the contest after sustaining an undisclosed injury. As a result, Souza was also removed from the card.[51]

    Rockhold faced former two-time WSOF champion David Branch on September 16, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 116 after being away from the sport for almost 15 months due to injuries.[52] He won the fight by forcing Branch to tap out from his punches in the second round.[53]

    Rockhold was scheduled to fight on February 10, 2018, at UFC 221 against UFC Middleweight ChampionRobert Whittaker.[54][55] On January 13, 2018, it was reported that Whittaker pulled out from his bout against Rockhold at UFC 221 due to a serious condition of staph infection.[56] He was replaced by Yoel Romero in a bout for the new Interim UFC Middleweight Championship.The winner of this bout would then face Whittaker for a title unification bout.[57] At the UFC 221 the weigh-ins, Romero weighed in at 187.7 pounds, 2.7 pounds over the middleweight championship limit limit of 185 pounds. As a result, Romero was ineligible for the championship title even if he won the fight, while Rockhold would have received the Interim Championship if he had won. Romero was also be fined 30% of his purse, which went to Rockhold.[58] After a slow start, Romero knocked Rockhold out in the third round.[59]

    Personal life[edit]

    "The Millionaire Matchmaker" reality show[edit]

    Rockhold was featured as a guest on The Millionaire Matchmaker reality show on Bravo TV in 2015. On the show he dated mixologist, Kara. Rockhold departed the show after asking Kara an inappropriate question to which he defended himself stating the statement was a scripted joke and the editor dubbed in the scene later on.[60][61]


    Rockhold dated singer and actress Demi Lovato for a few months in late 2016. The duo made their first public appearance while attending UFC 205 together, at Madison Square Garden in New York.[62][63]

    Modeling career[edit]

    Rockhold has been signed up by the New York model management agency, Soul Artist Management, the same agency that found fellow UFC fighter Alan Jouban and jump started the career of Channing Tatum. Luke has since had his first spread released as a professional model. With his modeling career quickly picking up steam, he revealed that he would have no problem taking an indefinite hiatus from the Octagon in order to pursue his newly found modeling career.[64]

    Championships and accomplishments[edit]

    Mixed martial arts record[edit]

    Professional record breakdown
    20 matches16 wins4 losses
    By knockout44
    By submission100
    By decision20
    Loss16–4Yoel RomeroKO (punches)UFC 221000000002018-02-11-0000February 11, 201831:48Perth, AustraliaFor the interim UFC Middleweight Championship; Romero missed weight (187.7 lbs) and became ineligible for the title.
    Win16–3David BranchSubmission (punches)UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Branch000000002017-09-16-0000September 16, 201724:05Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
    Loss15–3Michael BispingKO (punches)UFC 199000000002016-06-04-0000June 4, 201613:36Inglewood, California, United StatesLost the UFC Middleweight Championship.
    Win15–2Chris WeidmanTKO (punches)UFC 194000000002015-12-12-0000December 12, 201543:12Las Vegas, Nevada, United StatesWon the UFC Middleweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
    Win14–2Lyoto MachidaSubmission (rear-naked choke)UFC on Fox: Machida vs. Rockhold000000002015-04-18-0000April 18, 201522:31Newark, New Jersey, United StatesPerformance of the Night.
    Win13–2Michael BispingSubmission (guillotine choke)UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Bisping000000002014-11-08-0000November 8, 201420:57Sydney, AustraliaPerformance of the Night.
    Win12–2Tim BoetschSubmission (inverted triangle kimura)UFC 172000000002014-04-26-0000April 26, 201412:08Baltimore, Maryland, United States
    Win11–2Costas PhilippouTKO (body kick)UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Philippou000000002014-01-15-0000January 15, 201412:31Duluth, Georgia, United StatesKnockout of the Night.
    Loss10–2Vitor BelfortKO (spinning heel kick and punches)UFC on FX: Belfort vs. Rockhold000000002013-05-18-0000May 18, 201312:32Jaraguá do Sul, Brazil
    Win10–1Tim KennedyDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy000000002012-07-14-0000July 14, 201255:00Portland, Oregon, United StatesDefended the Strikeforce Middleweight Championship.
    Win9–1Keith JardineTKO (punches)Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Jardine000000002012-01-07-0000January 7, 201214:26Las Vegas, Nevada, United StatesDefended the Strikeforce Middleweight Championship.
    Win8–1Ronaldo SouzaDecision (unanimous)Strikeforce: Barnett vs. Kharitonov000000002011-09-10-0000September 10, 201155:00Cincinnati, Ohio, United StatesWon the Strikeforce Middleweight Championship.
    Win7–1Paul BradleyTKO (knees to the body)Strikeforce Challengers: Kaufman vs. Hashi000000002010-02-26-0000February 26, 201012:24San Jose, California, United States
    Win6–1Jesse TaylorSubmission (rear-naked choke)Strikeforce Challengers: Gurgel vs. Evangelista000000002009-11-06-0000November 6, 200913:42Fresno, California, United States
    Win5–1Cory DevelaSubmission (rear-naked choke)Strikeforce Challengers: Villasenor vs. Cyborg000000002009-06-19-0000June 19, 200910:30Kent, Washington, United States
    Win4–1Buck MeredithSubmission (rear-naked choke)Strikeforce: Shamrock vs. Diaz000000002009-04-11-0000April 11, 200914:07San Jose, California, United States
    Win3–1Nik TheotikosSubmission (rear-naked choke)Strikeforce: Destruction000000002008-11-21-0000November 21, 200813:06San Jose, California, United States
    Win2–1Josh NealSubmission (punches)Strikeforce: Young Guns II000000002008-02-01-0000February 1, 200811:49San Jose, California, United States
    Loss1–1Tony RubalcavaTKO (punches)MotM: Melee on the Mountain000000002007-11-06-0000November 6, 200712:46Friant, California, United States
    Win1–0Mike MartinezSubmission (armbar)MotM: Melee on the Mountain000000002007-07-24-0000July 24, 200712:44Friant, California, United States

    Pay-per-view bouts[edit]

    000000002014-04-26-0000April 26, 2014UFC 172350,00013,485
    December 12, 2015UFC 1941,025,00016,516
    June 4, 2016UFC 199320,00015,587
    February 11, 2018UFC 22112,437

    See also[edit]


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    Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luke_Rockhold

    MMA: Vitor Belfort vs Luke Rockhold - Vicious Knockout

    Опубликовано: 09.02.2018 | Автор: Клеопатра

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    13.02.2018 ciohoskie:
    Рокхолд, Люк. Из Википедии — свободной энциклопедии. Люк Рокхолд. Общая информация. Полное имя. Luke Skyler Rockhold.

    11.03.2018 mehlssenin:
    Люк Рокхолд Luke Rockhold, родился 17 Окт года в стране Соединенные Штаты по адресу California, San Jose.

    01.04.2018 Агния:
    Имя: Люк Рокхолд (Luke Rockhold). Национальность: Соединенные Штаты. Родился: 17 октября

    15.02.2018 Куприян:
    Люк Скайлер Рокхолд (англ. Luke Skyler Rockhold; род. 17 октября года, Санта-Круз, Калифорния, США) — американский боец смешанных боевых искусств, выступающий под эгидой UFC в средней весовой категории.

    16.02.2018 Панфил:
    5 твиты • фото\видео • тыс. читатели. "Respect to Yoel that man is made of steel.".

    05.04.2018 Луиза:
    Luke Skyler Rockhold (born October 17, ) is an American mixed martial artist competing in the UFC, where he is the former UFC Middleweight Champion.