STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 30
Significant Strikes Landed: 16
Josh Quinlan, born in Vancouver, Washington in 1991, is a professional mixed martial artist and competes in the UFC’s lightweight division. He currently fights out of his home gym – Subconscious MMA Academy in Vancouver.
Growing up he had no interest in sports at all until he saw an Ultimate Fighting Championship event on television when he was 12-years-old while visiting family friends. From that moment on the sport called to him and has been his passion ever since. His parents were apprehensive but eventually gave into his request to take part in the sport.
At first Josh trained casually at local gyms but it wasn’t until 2010 when he started training seriously with Subconscious MMA Academy under head coach Jeff “Tiki” Tiberi that his career began to take shape. Before long Quinlan was competing at amateur events and quickly took an impressive 18-0 record as an amateur fighter into a successful professional career which included notable wins over Jimmy Reardon, Alan Smith and Damian Stasiak during 2013-2014 season alone!
In 2015 Josh made waves by winning five consecutive fights within Strikeforce followed by another three wins inside the UFC octagon including some knockout victories against top contenders such as Francisco Trinaldo and Myles Jury respectively! By now Quinlan had established himself as one of most feared fighters of 155 lb division with 12 wins from 15 bouts (6 knockouts) making him one of most dangerous strikers outside top ten rankings! Unfortunately for Josh however, injuries have hampered him throughout last few years resulting lacklustre performances… for now anyway! Despite setbacks however he remains determined to continue climbing rankings; something which puts smile back onto face every time talks about fighting again sometime near future regardless whatever result may be… positive or negative!
Currently Josh is looking forward putting these injuries behind him once more so can return octagon early 2021 where will do best make sure fans enjoy watching entertaining fight night after night no matter what outcome might be like each time around regardless if victory goes hands or not anymore?! Time will tell…