Sean Sherk introduces high elevation training mask for MMA workouts

Elevation Training Mask today announced the sales of its training equipment, which is specifically designed to improve cardiovascular stamina and simulate high stress situations. Former world champion and current top contender Sean Sherk helped create the mask for high altitude training in his personal MMA workouts and is now excited to offer the mask for … Read more

MMA Flashback 2004: Sean Sherk makes his PRIDE debut against Ryuki Ueyama

Part 1: Sean Sherk vs. Ryuki Ueyama

The year was 2004. At this point, Japan’s PRIDE Fighting Championships had been putting on several events a year for over six years, and they had began a new series of shows entitled “PRIDE – Bushido.”

On Feb. 15, 2004, “PRIDE – Bushido 2” took place at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. Wanderlei Silva was on his legendary win streak in PRIDE and was fighting Ikuhisa Minowa in the main event. Also fighting on the card was Shogun, Gomi, Sakurai, Cro Cop, Mario Sperry, and Yushin Okami.

Along with the some of the biggest names in PRIDE history on the card, was a 30-year-old American by the name of Sean Sherk, who was making his PRIDE debut. By this time, Sherk had already been fighting professionally for nearly five years and was on an incredible run of 21-1-1.

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Josh Neer replaces Sean Sherk at UFC 104 to face Gleison Tibau

Josh Neer will fight Gleison Tibau at UFC 104 in Los Angeles on Oct. 24.

Josh Neer will replace an injured Sean Sherk to take on Gleison Tibau at UFC 104 on Oct. 24 in Los Angeles.

Sherdog first reported the news citing a source close to the matchup. PRO MMA ( has since confirmed the switch with Neer’s manager Mickey Dubberly.

Sean Sherk (33-4-1) has apparently incurred a shoulder injury during training that will sideline him for approximately four weeks. Sherk last fought at UFC 98 where he gave up a unanimous decision loss to Frankie Edgar.

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More matches official for UFC 104

The Ultimate Fighting Championship has officially announced three more fights for UFC 104, set to take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Calif. on Oct. 24. The event is headlined by a light heavyweight title bout between undefeated champion Lyoto Machida (15-0) and Mauricio Rua (18-3).

In a lightweight contest former champion Sean Sherk (33-4-1) will face off against Gleison Tibau (19-6). Sherk last fought at UFC 98 losing a decision to Frankie Edgar. Tibau lost a close split decision to Melvin Guillard at the TUF 9 Finale in his last fight.

Also included on the UFC 104 card is a lightweight bout between Spencer Fisher (23-4) and Joe Stevenson (30-10). In Fisher’s last fight he defeated a returning Caol Uno in the UFC’s first foray into Germany at UFC 99 by unanimous decision this past June.

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Sherk explains UFC 98 post-fight incident

On May 23rd Sean Sherk lost a unanimous decision to Frankie Edgar at UFC 98 in what was definitely the upset of the night. The odds going into the fight had Sherk at -300 and Edgar at +200. Even a perplexed UFC President Dana White said after the bout he had not foreseen any way Edgar could win.

Maybe surprised most of all was the former UFC Lightweight Champion himself, who following the judges’ ruling, ran out of the Octagon and the MGM Grand Garden Arena shirtless and still donning his fight shorts and gloves. Reports stated Sherk was running down the street into the Vegas night and at one point was seen approximately a half mile from the arena where the fights were being held.

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Inside the numbers: Sean Sherk vs. Tyson Griffin

Probably the most interesting fight statistically from UFC 90 was the Fight of the Night between Sean Sherk and Tyson Griffin. Our friends over at CompuStrike have it all broke down for us.  Sherk was the winner by unanimous decision and here’s why:

Total Strikes Landed/Thrown
Total Arm Strikes Landed/Thrown
Power Strikes Landed
Clinch Strikes Landed
Total Leg Strikes Landed/Thrown
Kicks Landed
Knees Landed
Ground Strikes Landed/Thrown
Submission Attempts
Dominant Positions

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Sean Sherk discusses UFC 90 performance

Sean Sherk discusses his Fight of the Night performance at UFC 90 in Chicago against “Fight of the Night connoisseur,” Tyson Griffin. Sherk talks about what seems to have impressed people the most; his boxing. His boxing looked absolutely amazing with crisp clean shots thrown in combinations of power. He wants one more fight against … Read more

UFC 90 live play-by-play results & bonuses

We here at PRO MMA provide live play-by-play coverage of all UFC events and UFC 90:  Silva vs. Cote from Chicago, Illinois was a great one. There were some great wars including the return of Sean Sherk taking on the very tough Tyson Griffin who incidently is the only fighter ever to defeat Urijah Faber.

Josh Koscheck fought the toughest fight of his life against Thiago Alves who nearly finished Koscheck but the TUF veteran showed incredible heart and ability to recover and was able to go the distance with Alves.

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Rumor: Sean Sherk vs. Tyson Griffin This Fall?

By Kelvin Hunt According to mmanews: Michael Moody was on location this weekend for at the International Mixed Martial Arts Expo that took could place in Long Beach, CA. Rumors were circulating around the Expo that a possible lightweight matchup between Sean “The Muscle Shark” Sherk (32-3-1) and Tyson Griffin (12-1) could happen later … Read more