- Given Name: Michael Malott
- Pro MMA Record: 5-1-1 (Win-Loss-Draw)
- Nickname: The Main Attraction
- Current Streak: 1 Win
- Age: 28 | Date of Birth: 1991.11.07
- Last Fight: February 03, 2017 in XFFC
- Weight Class: Lightweight | Last Weigh-In: 145.2 lbs
- Affiliation: Team Alpha Male
- Height: 6'1" (185cm) | Reach: 74.0" (188cm)
- Career Disclosed Earnings: $0 USD
- Born: Waterdown, Ontario, Canada
- Fighting out of: Sacramento, California
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Canadian Mike Malott is a 23 year old Featherweight prospect born in Hamilton, Ontario. Malott began training is various martial arts in 2006 in Tae Kwon Do, then eventually moving onto Kickboxing, Wrestling and now finally MMA. Malott moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to attend Dalhousie University. Malott began training at Titan Fitness Academy - his home gym, in 2009 when he began studying Muay Thai and Boxing there.
Since getting involved in combat sports Malott has fought an amateur and/or professional bout in MMA, BJJ, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Karate. Making him a very well-rounded fighter.
He made his pro debut in April of 2011 with a first round submission win over James Saunders. Six weeks later he would fight again this time forfeiting his purse to fly his opponent Michael Imperato (3-0) from Toronto to Trenton, Nova Scotia for the fight. Mallot, fighting for free, pulled off the upset by submitting Imperato in the first round with an armbar. In an interview after the fight Malott said "I fought for free for this fight. I don't do this for the money, I do this 'cause I love it. This is such an incredible feeling, I would pay and I have paid as an amateur."
Malott is currently the Head Muay Thai coach at Titans Fitness Academy, he also teaches beginner Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and holds a Purple Belt in BJJ.
Malott went 4-0 in his first 4 fights at regional promotions throughout Eastern Canada. All four of the fights were won via first round stoppages. On 11 October, 2014, Malott fought his first bout with a major promotion - WSOF. He faced fellow Canadian Hakeem Dawodu, at WSOF 14: Shields vs. Ford. Malott suffered his first last via Ko, at 4:13 in Round 1.
- 2009 National Light Contact Kickboxing Champion
- 2009 Bronze Medalist at the Light Contact Kickboxing World Championships
- 4-time No-Gi BJJ Tournament Champion
- Atlantic Canadian Silver Medalist in the Advanced Gi Division