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Hatsu Hioki

Hatsu Hioki

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  • Given Name: 日沖発, Hioki Hatsu
  • MMA Record: 29-11-2 (Win-Loss-Draw)
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  • Current Streak: 2 Losses
  • Age: 34 | Date of Birth: 1983.07.18
  • Last Fight: October 08, 2017 in Pancrase
  • Weight Class: Featherweight | Last Weigh-In: 146.1 lbs
  • Affiliation: ALIVE
  • Height: 5'11" (180cm) | Reach: 70.0" (178cm)
  • Career Disclosed Earnings: $30,000 USD
  • Born: Nagoya, Japan
  • Fighter Pages: Sherdog  |  Wikipedia  |  The UG  |  UFC.com
  • Fighting out of: Nagoya, Japan
  • Personal Pages: Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Official Site

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Hatsu Hioki MMA Fight Record

Record by Year and By Promotion

Pro Results Opponent Event Date
Loss | KO/TKO
1:12 Round 1 of 3

Jp Hiroyuki Takaya
29-10-2 21-14-2

Jp Pancrase 290
Main Event | Featherweight | 66 kg

2017.10.08
Weigh-In: 146.1 lbs (66.2 kgs)
Loss | KO/TKO
:14 Round 1 of 3

Jp Hiroshige Tanaka
29-9-2 11-4-0

Jp Pancrase 287
Main Card | Featherweight | 66 kg

2017.05.28
Referee: Akira Yamazaki
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Jp Yojiro Uchimura
28-9-2 13-7-3

Jp Pancrase 278
Main Event | Featherweight | 66 kg

2016.06.12
Weigh-In: 145.7 lbs (66.1 kgs) | Referee: Hirokazu Takamoto
Win | Submission | Choke
1:35 Round 1 of 3

Us Kyosuke Yokoyama
27-9-2 5-3-0

Jp Pancrase 275
Main Event | Featherweight | 66 kg

2016.01.31
Weigh-In: 145.9 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: Hirokazu Takamoto
Loss | KO/TKO | Strikes
4:13 Round 2 of 3, 9:13 Total

Nz Daniel Hooker
27-8-2 11-5-0

Au UFC Fight Night 65: Miocic vs. Hunt
Preliminary Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2015.05.09
Odds: -300 (Moderate Favorite) Upset Defeat | Weigh-In: 146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: John Sharp
#34 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2015
UFC Fight Night 65 Performance of the Night
Loss | Submission
4:32 Round 2 of 3, 9:32 Total

Br Charles Oliveira
27-7-2 17-4-0

Nz UFC Fight Night 43: Te Huna vs. Marquardt
Main Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2014.06.28
Odds: +165 (Slight Underdog) | Weigh-In: 146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: John Sharp
#84 Greatest Submission of All Time
#4 Best MMA Submission of the Year 2014
#29 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2014
UFC Fight Night 43 Performance of the Night
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Sv Ivan Menjivar
26-7-2 25-11-0

Mo UFC Fight Night: Kim vs. Hathaway
Main Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2014.03.01
Odds: -440 (Heavy Favorite) | Weigh-In: 146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: Dan Miragliotta
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Us Darren Elkins
26-6-2 16-3-0

Us UFC Fight Night 27: Condit vs. Kampmann 2
Preliminary Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2013.08.28
Odds: -160 (Slight Favorite) | Weigh-In: 146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: Dan Miragliotta
Loss | Decision | Split
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Us Clay Guida
26-5-2 29-13-0

Us UFC on FOX 6: Johnson vs. Dodson
Preliminary Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2013.01.26
Odds: +190 (Slight Underdog) | Weigh-In: 146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs) | Referee: Robert Madrigal
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Us Ricardo Lamas
26-4-2 11-2-0

Us UFC on FX 4: Guida vs. Maynard
Preliminary Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2012.06.22
Odds: -175 (Slight Favorite) | Weigh-In: 145.5 lbs (66.0 kgs) | Referee: Yves Lavigne
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Pl Bart Palaszewski
25-4-2 36-14-0

Jp UFC 144: Edgar vs. Henderson
Main Card | Featherweight | 66 kg

2012.02.25
Odds: -185 (Slight Favorite) | Weigh-In: 145.0 lbs (65.8 kgs) | Referee: Herb Dean
Win | Decision | Split
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Us George Roop
24-4-2 12-7-1

Us UFC 137: Penn vs. Diaz
Main Card | Featherweight | 145 lbs

2011.10.29
Odds: -340 (Moderate Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $30,000 ($15K Base, $15K Bonus) | Weigh-In: 145.0 lbs (65.8 kgs) | Referee: Josh Rosenthal
Win | Submission | Choke

Us Donald Sanchez

Jp Shooto

2011.04.28
Win | Decision | Unanimous
5 Rounds, 25:00 Total

Br Marlon Sandro
22-4-2 17-1-0

Jp Sengoku: Soul of Fight
Main Event | Title Challenge | Featherweight | 66 kg

2010.12.30
Odds: +170 (Slight Underdog) | Weigh-In: 144.8 lbs (65.7 kgs) | Referee: Kenichi Serizawa
#25 Greatest Featherweight MMA Fight of All Time
Win | Submission | Choke
2:09 Round 1 of 3

Gb Jeff Lawson
21-4-2 14-3-0

Jp Sengoku 14
Main Card | Featherweight | 66 kg

2010.08.22
Odds: -640 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 144.8 lbs (65.7 kgs) | Referee: Kenichi Serizawa
Win | Decision | Split

Jp Takeshi Inoue

Jp Shooto

2010.05.30
Loss | Decision | Split
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Jp Michihiro Omigawa
20-3-2 7-8-1

Jp Sengoku 11
Main Event | Featherweight | 66 kg

2009.11.07
Odds: -600 (Huge Favorite) Upset Defeat | Weigh-In: 143.1 lbs (64.9 kgs) | Referee: Samio Kimura
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Jp Masanori Kanehara
19-3-2 15-6-5

Jp Sengoku 9
Main Card | Tournament Semifinal | 66 kg

2009.08.02
Odds: -763 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 143.0 lbs (64.9 kgs) | Referee: Samio Kimura
Win | Submission | Choke
3:09 Round 1 of 3

En Ronnie Mann
18-3-2 16-2-1

Jp Sengoku 8
Main Event | Tournament Quarterfinal | 66 kg

2009.05.02
Odds: -385 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 143.3 lbs (65.0 kgs) | Referee: Kenichi Serizawa
Win | Submission | Choke
4:12 Round 1 of 3

Pr Chris Manuel
17-3-2 7-0-2

Jp Sengoku 7
Main Card | Tournament Round of 16 | 66 kg

2009.03.20
Odds: -378 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 143.0 lbs (64.9 kgs) | Referee: Kenichi Serizawa
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Jp Rumina Sato

Jp Shooto

2008.11.29
Win | Submission | Choke

Ca Thierry Quenneville

Ca TKO Major League MMA

2008.10.03
Draw

Jp Hiroshi Nakamura

Jp Shooto

2008.08.03
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Us Baret Yoshida

Jp Shooto

2008.03.28
Win | Submission | Armlock

Jp Katsuya Toida

Jp Shooto

2008.01.26
Win | Decision | Unanimous

Us Brian Geraghty

Jp HEAT

2007.11.25
Loss | Decision | Split

Kr Jong Man Kim

Jp Shooto

2007.10.08
Loss | Decision | Split

Ca Antonio Carvalho

Jp Shooto

2007.05.18
Win | Decision | Majority

Ca Mark Hominick

Ca TKO Major League MMA

2007.02.09
Win | KO/TKO

Kr Byung Jo Kim

Jp Shooto

2006.11.26
Win | Decision | Unanimous
2 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Us Jeff Curran
9-1-1 25-7-1

Jp Pride Bushido 12: Bushido Survival 2nd Round
Main Card | Featherweight

2006.08.26
Win | Submission | Choke

Ca Mark Hominick

Ca TKO Major League MMA

2006.05.05
Draw

Us Bao Quach

Jp Shooto

2006.02.26
Win | Submission | Armlock

Fi Tom Niinimaki

Jp Shooto

2005.11.06
Win | Submission | Armlock

Jp Hideki Kadowaki

Jp Shooto

2005.07.03
Win | Submission | Punches

Us Joe Pearson

Jp Shooto

2005.03.27
Win | Decision | Unanimous

Jp Tsutomu Shiiki

Jp Shooto

2004.09.12
Win | Decision | Unanimous

Jp Yohei Nanbu

Jp Shooto

2004.03.28
Loss | Decision | Unanimous

Jp Hiroyuki Takaya

Jp Shooto

2003.07.13
Win | Submission | Armlock

Jp Yoshinori Amari

Jp Shooto

2003.03.30
Win | KO/TKO | Punches

Au Edward Button

Jp Shooto

2002.11.15
Win | Submission | Choke

Jp Masanori Sugatani

Jp Shooto

2002.10.06

Hatsu Hioki Wiki Update Wiki

Hatsu Hioki is a Japanese MMA fighter born on July 18, 1983 in Nagoya, Aichi, Japan. Hioki has spent his career competing in the 145 lbs featherweight division where he has had found much success earning various titles such as the Shooto Lightweight Title, the Canadian TKO Featherweight Title and Sengoku Featherweight Title. Hioki resides in Tokyo, Japan and fights out of the ALIVE Shooto & Jiu-Jitsu Academy and he occasionally has trained out of the Tri-Star Gym.

 

Due to his success, Hioki has been considered not only one of the top Japanese featherweights, but one of the top featherweights in the world. Hioki earned his recognition by holding wins over such names as Mark Homonick twice, Jeff Curran, Rumina Sato, Masanori Kanehara, “Lion” Takeshi Inoue, Marlon Sandro, George Roop and Bart Palaszweski.

 

Hioki’s very well known for his grappling skills as he’s a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. His grappling skills on the ground are usually used by Hioki to smoothly pass and transition into different positions. Hioki regularly goes for triangle chokes which is his favorite move which he’s used to rack up wins by submission and to hold his opponent down for him to be able to ground & pound them.


Hioki started his career in the Shooto organization where he went 8-1-1 with his only loss being to Hiroyuki Takaya. Hioki then fought for his first MMA title in the TKO Major League MMA promotion where he defeated Mark Hominick by submission. Hioki would fight Hominick again a few months later to defend the title, he won again, this time by majority decision. 


Hioki would continue fighting in TKO and Shooto until March 20, 2009 when he started fighting for Sengoku. Hioki would enter the featherweight Grand Prix. He won his first 2 fights easily and met Masanori Kanehara in the semifinals. Hioki would win a decision but sustained an injury and couldn't continue on with the tournament. 

  

Hioki would return again to Shooto to fight Takeshi Inoue for the Featherweight title. Hioki would win by split decision. He later vacated the title and returned to Sengoku. 

  

After winning his return fight he was scheduled to fight standout Marlon Sandro for the Featherweight title. Hioki used his superior reach and movement to avoid Sandro's hard strikes and would win a decision. He would later vacate the title. 


The same day that Hioki vacated the Sengoku title it was announced that he signed a multi fight deal with the UFC. In his first fight he took on George Roop. Hioki would come out on top in a tightly contested affair. Next he fought veteran Bart Palaszewski, in this fight Hioki exhibited his great takedowns and his dangerous ground game as he dominantly controlled Bart. Hioki was offered a title fight next but he turned it down citing that he didnt feel he was ready for one yet. He instead fought Ricardo Lamas. Hioki repeatedly took Lamas down but kept getting stuck in guillotines and eventually lost by decision. 

  

Hioki was expected to welcome Clay Guida to the Featherweight division at UFC on FOX 6: Johnson vs. Dodson. Hioki lost a controversial split decision to Guida after outstriking Guida and constantly attempting submissions from his back. He would also drop a decision to Darren Elkins in his next fight before bouncing back with a decision win over Ivan Menjivar. He will look to make it 2 straight when he fights Charles Oliveira at UFC Fight Night 43.

Last updated 06.24.2014, 3:22 PM ET
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