Uriah Hall

Uriah Alexander Hall, professionally known as Uriah Hall is a Jamaican-American professional mixed martial artist and former kickboxer. He is currently signed to the UFC, where he fights in the Middleweight division. As of October 2020, he has compiled a record of 16-9 and is ranked No. 10 in the UFC middleweight rankings.

He was the runner up on The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonne. He previously competed in Bellator MMA where he is two times ROC Champion. He previously competed in the light heavyweight division.

He has over 295k followers on his Instagram @uriahhall.

What is Uriah Hall’s claim to fame?

Champion of the Ring of Combat twice.

What is the origin of Uriah Hall?

On July 31, 1984, Uriah Hall was born. Uriah Alexander Hall is his given name. Spanish Town, Jamaica, is where he was born. He is both a Jamaican and an American citizen. His parents’ details will be changed shortly. When he was thirteen years old, he moved to the United States. He relocated to Queens, Queens, Queens, Queens, Queens, Queens, Queens, He was bullied at school, so at the age of 16, he began training in martial arts. He is of African-American ancestry and follows the Christian faith. Leo is his zodiac sign.

Uriah Hall’s Professional Life

Hall previously played in the World Combat League as a kickboxer.

After that, he joined Bellator MMA.

He had a perfect 3-0 record. One of his wins was a TKO victory over Edwin Aguilar at Bellator 11.

He won the Ring of Combat Middleweight Championship, which was vacant at the time. He won the title by submitting his opponent in the first round. He was 0.25 pounds underweight for the fight and was fined $100 by his opponent.

In September 2010, he suffered his first career defeat. He was defeated by TKO by future UFC champion Weidman.

At ROC 34: Ring of Combat 34, he was defeated for the second time by Costas Philippou.

Following that, he defeated Aung La Nsang, Daniel Akinyemi, and Nodar Kuduxashvili.

After defeating Kuduxashvili, he claimed the vacant Ring of Combat Middleweight Championship.

In January 2013, he was selected as a fighter for the 17th season of The Ultimate Fighter.

He fought on behalf of Team Chael Sonnen against Team Jones.

Andy Enz was defeated by deception, and Adam Cella was defeated by TKO.

Dana White has proclaimed his TKO of Cella to be the most brutal knockout in the eight-year history of The Ultimate Fighter.

To get to the finals, he beat Bubba McDaniel in the quarter-finals and Dylan Andrews in the semi-finals.

At The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale, he faced Team Sonnen fighter Kelvin Gastelum in the playoffs. Hall, on the other hand, was defeated by Gastelum in a split decision.

In August 2013, he fought John Howard at UFC Fight Night 26. He was defeated by a split decision. He was supposed to go up against Nick Ring.

In December 2013, he beat Chris Leben at UFC 168. Hall must win to retain his UFC contract, according to UFC President White.

In July 2014, he won a unanimous decision over Thiago Santos at UFC 175 in Brazil.

In January 2015, Hall was scheduled to fight Phillippou again at UFC Fight Night 59. Phillippou, on the other hand, was forced to withdraw from the fight due to injury. His match against Louis Taylor was also canceled due to Taylor’s back injury.

In January 2015, Hall defeated newcomer Ron Stallings by TKO in the first round.

In May 2015, Hall suffered another defeat when he was defeated by Rafael Natal at UFC 187.

In June 2015, Hall was set to fight Krzysztof Jotko at UFC Fight Night 60. However, due to an alleged visa problem, he was removed from the passport.

In August 2015, he beat newcomer Oluwale Bamgbose by TKO in the first round.

After defeating Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 75 in September 2015, he earned his first Performance of the Night bonus.

In November 2015, he was defeated by Robert Whittaker in a unanimous decision at UFC 193.

In Ma 2016, his fight with Anderson Silva at UFC 198 was canceled. Silva had to have his baldness removed by surgery.

He was defeated by Derek Brunson via TKO in the first round at UFC Fight Night 94.

He then lost by TKO in the first round to Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 99.

He received his second Performance of the Night bonus award after beating Krzysztof Jotko by TKO in the second round at UFC Fight Night 116.

His fight with Vitro Belfort, which was expected to take place in January 2018, was cancelled after he passed out on the way to the weigh-ins.

In July 2018, he was defeated by Paulo Costa via TKO in the second round at UFC 226.

In December 2018, he defeated newcomer Bevon Lewis at UFC 232, and in September 2019, he defeated Antonio Carlos Junior via split decision at UFC on ESPN+ 16.

In April 2020, he was supposed to fight Ronaldo Souza at UFC 249 in Las Vegas. The event was, however, postponed and rescheduled for the following month. Souza tested positive for COVID-19 a day before his fight, and the fight was cancelled.

His clash with Yoel Romero was called off after Romero backed out for unknown reasons.

In October 2020, he beat Anderson Silva at UFC Fight Night 181. He won the fight in the fourth round by TKO.

Wife of Uriah Hall

At this time, there is no details on whether Uriah Hall is married or not. It will be updated as soon as our team has gathered ample data on Uriah Hall.

Uriah Hall Height

Uriah Hall stands at a height of 1.83 m i.e. 6 feet tall. He has a body weight of 186 lbs i.e. 84 kg. He has a reach of 79.5 inches. He has an athletic body build. His sexual orientation is straight.

Uriah Hall Net Worth

Uriah Hall earns from his professional career as an MMA fighter. He is currently signed to UFC. His income comes from contracts, endorsements, and bonuses. He has earned two Performance of the Night bonuses so far. His net worth is estimated at $1 million at present.

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