Jack Shore


Statistically dominant in debut
September 29, 2019
Shore defeated Nohelin Hernandez via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:51 of Round 3 at UFC Copenhagen on Saturday.
Even though it was Shore's debut fight, he was statistically dominant in all facets of the bout. He won the battle of significant strikes 46 to 6, and was credited with four takedowns and 11 passes. He had worn down Hernandez by the time the third round began, as he immediately shot for a successful takedown, took his back, and after a few more transitions, ended the fight. The 24-year-old prospect maintained his unblemished record in this one, and will be a fighter worth keeping an eye on moving forward. Furthermore, he'll walk away with an extra $50,000 as one of four fighters to be awarded with Performance of the Night honors.
Read More News
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Jack Shore
Fight Stat Wrap: UFC Copenhagen
48 days ago
What the Copenhagen card lacked in starpower, it made up for in exciting finishes and division landscape-changing performances. Richard Mann breaks down six key fights by the numbers.
DraftKings MMA: UFC Copenhagen Preview
54 days ago
An underrated card is taking place Saturday afternoon in Copenhagen, featuring several high-volume strikers and a potential title eliminator. Jon Litterine breaks down the key fights and makes his picks.
More Fantasy News
Facing Nohelin Hernandez in UFC debut
August 27, 2019
Shore (11-0-0) is scheduled to face Nohelin Hernandez (10-3-0) in a bantamweight fight Sept. 28 at UFC Copenhagen.
The 24-year-old Welshman will be making his UFC debut in Denmark after maintaining his perfect MMA record following a 10-fight stint in the Cage Warriors promotion. Hernandez himself is a UFC newcomer, having lost in his promotional debut back in July at UFC 239.