STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 1525
Significant Strikes Landed: 605
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 75
Takedowns Landed: 33
Joseph “Joe” Lauzon is an MMA fighter who currently competes in the UFC. He was born in Brockton, Massachusetts and grew up as a huge fan of mixed martial arts, which he started training for when he was only fifteen years old.
Lauzon began his professional career with a first round submission victory over Jens Pulver back in 2006 at UFC 63: Hughes vs Penn. Since then, he has gone on to become one of the most experienced fighters in the sport. As of 2021, Joe Lauzon holds a record of 28 wins and 14 losses across multiple organizations including Bellator, World Series Of Fighting (WSOF), and Cage Warriors Fighting Championships (CWFC). Throughout his career Lauzon has earned 11 Fight Night bonuses as well as three Performance Of The Night awards due to his impressive performances inside the cage. From highlight reel knockouts to relentless ground games, Joe Lauzon is always looking for the finish no matter what happens during fight night!
Outside of fighting inside the Octagon™️ , Joe Lauzon spends much of his time running several businesses including; WhatTheFightFitness , a company that provides top-notch fitness plans tailored towards MMA fighters; FighterStyle Clothing Co., an apparel brand dedicated to supporting combat sports athletes from all disciplines; Victory Brewing Company LLC., A craft beer brewery located near Boston Massachusetts; and finally Combat Sports Academy located out of Bridgewater MA where former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate teaches grappling classes each week along with other talented instructors such as Chris Weidman & Chris Camozzi among others..
When it comes to physical attributes Joe stands 5’9” tall at 155 lbs and fights out South Shore Sportfighting gym which is focused on both Striking & Jiu-Jitsu instruction under head coach Paul Gavoni where many current UFC Stars have trained such as Bantamweight Champion Petr Yan or Welterweight contender Stephen Thompson . As far as notable techniques go expect to see plenty clinchwork while standing along with sweep attempts set up off low kicks & punches whenever possible – typically leading into grappling exchanges where you will find aggressive guard passing sequences trying hard for every submission attempt imaginable.. When asked about style Joe simply says “My style isn’t really about being flashy… I just want get get my hand raised at least times more than not.”
Joe’s legacy will continue long after his retirement from competition from everything from coaching future champions through running successful business ventures related directly or indirectly with combat sports but until that day arrives we can be sure we’ll see him giving blood sweat tears over 3 rounds come fight night … Good Luck #25!