Jordan Griffin
The Native Psycho


Falls as favorite in Vancouver
September 14, 2019
Griffin lost to Chas Skelly via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC on ESPN+ 16 on Saturday in Vancouver.
Griffin seemed to be fighting off a rear-naked choke for almost the entirety of the fight. He was clearly the superior fighter when the two were on the feet, but those moments were few and far between. While Griffin was credited with three passes and two reversals, it didn't quite make up for the long stretches that were dominated by Skelly. Griffin even won the battle of significant strikes by a total of 37 to 21, but it wasn't enough to sway the judges. The 29-year-old is now 0-2 in the UFC after getting his opportunity on Dana White's Contender Series, and while it's easy to see the standup potential, Griffin has work to do in order to become a more complete martial artist.
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Fight with Skelly re-booked
August 15, 2019
Griffin will go up against Chas Skelly at UFC Vancouver on September 14.
Griffin was originally booked to take on Skelly at UFC Minneapolis back in June, but Skelly was forced to withdraw just three weeks before the fight. Griffin's next opponent also withdrew after failing to receive medical clearance and the American ended up being pulled off the card entirely. Now, Griffin will be looking to earn his first UFC bout come September after dropping his debut to Dan Ige at UFC on FOX 31 back in December.
Will not fight June 29
June 27, 2019
Griffin will no longer fight in UFC Minneapolis on June 29 after opponent Vince Murdock announced Thursday that he has been forced to withdraw after failing to receive medical clearance, Nolan King of reports.
Griffin was initially set to fight Chas Skelly in UFC Minneapolis, and has now seen two potential opponents drop out due to injury. Due to UFC officials having less than 48 hours to find Griffin a replacement opponent, the July 29 event will instead carry on with only 12 fights. It remains unclear whether the UFC intends to re-book the bout at a later event.
Gets new opponent for June 29
June 17, 2019
Griffin will now fight Vince Murdock in a featherweight bout at UFC Minneapolis on June 29, Nolan King of reports.
Griffin was without an opponent for June 29 after his originally scheduled opponent, Chas Skelly, was forced to pull out of the contest due to an injury. His new opponent, Vince Murdock, will be making his UFC debut. Griffin made his UFC debut on Dana White's Contender Series, and lost his only fight officially under contract, however he comes into the fight with more professional experience than his opponent, bringing a 17-6 career record inot the bout.
Needs new opponent June 29
June 10, 2019
Griffin is in need of a new opponent for UFC Minneapolis on June 29 after Chas Skelly announced via his personal Twitter on Monday that has has been forced to withdraw due to injury.
Skelly's post suggested he would be ready to fight again shortly after July, but it's unclear if the UFC intends to re-book this fight at a later event, or begin the search for a new opponent for Griffin.
Commits to featherweight tilt
April 12, 2019
Griffin will fight Chas Skelly in a featherweight matchup at UFC Minneapolis on June 29, The Star Tribune reports.
Griffin lost his UFC debut to Dan Ige by a unanimous decision last December, and he'll look to right the ship against Skelly, who has dropped back-to-back fights of his own. A product of Dana White's Contender Series, Griffin has earned 13 of his 17 professional victories by stoppage. He'll be the younger fighter when the two meet in the cage, while Griffin sports a slight height advantage, and the two men have equivalent, 72-inch reaches.