Gabe "Gifted" Green
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Gabe Green is an up-and-coming mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He began his fighting career in 2007, and since then he has had a meteoric rise to success.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Gabe grew up playing football and lacrosse. After graduating from high school, he decided to pursue a career in MMA. He began training with renowned Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor Rener Gracie and competing on the amateur circuit. After winning multiple fights on the amateur circuit, Gabe decided to turn professional in 2016.
Since turning pro, Gabe has continued his impressive streak of wins. His record currently stands at 9 wins 0 losses with 5 of those wins coming by way of submission or knockout stoppage. He is well known for his aggressive style which has resulted in him finishing several opponents quickly without going into rounds two or three of a fight.. In addition to being an incredible competitor inside the octagon/ring/cage, Gabe is also highly respected outside it as well; he regularly takes part in charity events and works hard to give back whenever possible within his community.
In 2020 Gabe signed with UFC making him one of their youngest fighters ever signed at 21 years old! This signing sparked much interest among other organizations who wanted him as well but thankfully for fans all around the world they will get to witness Gabe compete on one of the biggest stages there is: The UFC Octagon!
Gabe’s first appearance came at “The Ultimate Fighter 25” where he competed against 1st round pick Tom Gallicchio winning via unanimous decision after 3 rounds – a huge accomplishment for any fighter let alone someone so young! Since then he’s racked up two more victories putting him extremely close to title contention already only 4 fights into his official UFC run! It looks like things are only getting started for this talented young athlete as many believe that not only could we see Gabe become champion soon enough but that he may even become one of greatest pound-for-pound fighters ever seen thus far!