Jack "Tank" Shore
FIGHTING STYLE: MMA
HEIGHT: 5' 8"
LEG REACH: 40.00
WEIGHT: 135 lbs.
TEAM: Tillery Combat MMA Academy (until 2019)
NATIONALITY: Abergavenny, Wales, United Kingdom
STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 456
Significant Strikes Landed: 273
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 43
Takedowns Landed: 4
Jack Shore is an up and coming welterweight fighter in the UFC, who has shown great promise since making his debut in 2019. Born in Cardiff, South Wales, on March 21st 1996, Jack had a successful amateur career. He won the Welsh Amateur Championship three times before turning professional at the age of 22.
Jack’s professional MMA career began with a four-fight winning streak – all finishing by submission or knockout- which saw him get signed to one of Europe’s premiere promotion; Cage Warriors Fighting Championship (CWFC). With CWFC he fought for two years and went undefeated with five wins. In that time he became CWFC Bantamweight Champion, defending it twice against European standouts such as Scott Malone and Marko Kovacevic .
In 2018 Jack moved up to Featherweight and joined ACB where he was able to take part in some high profile fights over six months including a win against former ONE FC champion Marat Gafurov . His impressive performances gained attention from UFC which eventually led him to sign with them in August 2019 . On November 9th 2019 ‘Tank’ made his promotional debut at UFC Fight Night 163 : Magomedsharipov vs Kattar ; submitting Nohelin Hernandez via triangle choke early into round 2. The victory was a big step forward for Shore as it confirmed his place amongst the top fighters of Europe.
With only seven fights under his belt , Jack Shore is still considered an emerging star within MMA’s landscape but fans should be wary; this wunderkind could become a champion one day soon given the right opportunities. One thing that makes Jack special is not just his remarkable talent but also how well rounded he is: besides being highly skilled on ground & pounds , submissions & striking ,he brings forth charisma despite being shy outside of octagon cage . As someone who never gives up even when facing adversity; this sign 5’7 Welshman will go down as one of Britain’s greatest if given enough chance to show potential inside octagon cage!