Dustin Stoltzfus


Joining July 16 UFC event
June 1, 2022
Stoltzfus will take on Dwight Grant in a welterweight fight at UFC Long Island on July 16, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports.
Stoltzfus looks for his first UFC victory after starting his career going 0-3 thus far. Stoltzfus stands one inch shorter than Grant, while also facing a 1.5 inch reach disadvantage. Grant has significantly more UFC experience, having won three fights dating back to 2018. Stoltzfus will look to take Grant to the ground. The American fighter averages 1.7 takedowns per 15 minutes, while averaging 0.7 submission attempts in the same span.
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Crushing defeat in Vegas
December 18, 2021
Stoltzfus lost to Gerald Meerschaert via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:58 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
It's a potential career-defining moment for Stoltzfus and not in a positive way. Entering as a healthy +200 underdog and the loser of his first two bouts with the UFC, Stoltzfus appeared to be on his way to a decision victory over a talented opponent in Meerschaert before it all fell apart. Both men had their moments in a close Round 1, but Meerschaert appeared to be tiring as the fight progressed, while Stoltzfus got stronger. Unfortunately for Stoltzfus, he allowed his opponent to take his back following a ground exchange midway through the final frame and was tapping out seconds later. Stoltzfus has had difficulties winning fights, but clearly possesses UFC-caliber skills. It will be interesting to see if the company gives him another chance, as most fighters who lose their first three bouts are sent packing.
Opponent switched yet again
December 3, 2021
Stoltzfus is now set to take on Gerald Meerschaert in Las Vegas on Dec. 18, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Stoltzfus was originally set to face Anthony Hernandez on that date, but Hernandez withdrew Monday and was replaced by Caio Borralho. Borralho himself withdrew for undisclosed reasons just four days later, but Stoltzfus will again be able to remain on the card.
Opponent changed for next fight
November 29, 2021
Stoltzfus will now be taking on Caio Borralho in Las Vegas on Dec. 18 after Anthony Hernandez withdrew for undisclosed reasons, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Neither fighter has a UFC victory under his belt. Borralho will be making his promotional debut, while Stoltzfus has been on the losing end of two UFC fights thus far.
Looking for first UFC win
September 8, 2021
Stoltzfus will face Anthony Hernandez in a middleweight bout at the UFC event Dec. 18, MMA Island reports.
Stoltzfus is coming off a submission loss to Rodolfo Vierira back in July. It was his second loss in as many fights with the UFC. Hernandez defeated Vieira as a big underdog back in February.
Still searching for first UFC win
July 17, 2021
Stoltzfus lost to Rodolfo Vieira via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:54 of Round 3 at UFC on ESPN 26 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
The finish aside, Stoltzfus held his own in what was a fairly close, back-and-forth fight. He was predictably overwhelmed the second the fight hit the mat, but Stoltzfus -- in just his second UFC bout -- did a nice job on the feet in the early going, mixing it up between the head and body. It got progressively worse for him as the bout went along, but Stoltzfus by no means embarrassed himself. The issues for the 29-year-old at this point is that he has now lost both his bouts with the company and likely needs a win his next time out in order to save his job. Stoltzfus originally earned his UFC opportunity with a win on Dana White's Contender Series back in August 2020.