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Featured Muay Thai Fighter

Crafton Wallace


Crafton Wallace (born April 15, 1972) is an American mixed martial artist who currently competes as a middleweight. He formerly fought for the UFC, Strikeforce and King of the Cage.

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Wallace is a United States Army veteran, enlisting after high school. Wallace was a U.S. Open Karate Champion before transitioning to Muay Thai in 1999. An accomplished striker, Wallace has held the 2003 ISKA Cruiserweight Muay Thai Championship as an amateur. He also won the 2003 ISKA Middleweight Muay Thai Tournament Championship as a professional by winning 3 fights by knockout in one night.[1] Wallace is also known for competing for the Miami Force in the World Combat League, which is a kickboxing organization promoted by Chuck Norris that only allows strikes above the waist. He went 11-0 before the organization was dissolved. [2]Wallace is the creator of the “Superman Punch” which he first used July 31, 2003. Ultimate Fighting Championship
Wallace made his UFC debut on August 17, 2006, he faced Martin Kampmann at UFC Fight Night 6, losing via rear-naked choke. Wallace then won his next two fights by stoppage before returning to the UFC against future Strikeforce welterweight champion Nate Marquardt at Ortiz vs. Shamrock: The Final Chapter. Wallace was submitted in round two.

Fight Records:

Total 25
Wins 18
By knockout 8
By submission 9
By decision 1
Losses 6
By knockout 2
By submission 3
By decision 1
Draws 1

Undercard Bouts

Fighter Joe Cortez
Joe “Formiga” Cortez
Height 5’7
Weight 155lbs
Pro kickboxing 0-0
Pro MMA 0-1
Amateur kickboxing 4-1
Style: Capoeira, Muay Thai, and San Da
Fighter Mellony Eva Geugies
Mellony Eva Geugies
Wins 20
Losses 8
Draws 3
Weight 115lbs
Age 22