Jack Marshman


Removed from card
October 11, 2019
Marshman is longer scheduled to fight Markus Perez at UFC Sao Paulo on Nov. 16, Nolan King of USA Today reports.
It's unknown as to what caused the change, but with Marshman out of the picture, Perez is now set to face off against Wellington Turman.
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Will fight Perez on Nov. 16
September 23, 2019
Marshman is scheduled to fight Markus Perez in a middleweight matchup at UFC Sao Paulo on Nov. 16, MMAFighting.com reports.
Marshman will be returning to Sao Paulo for the first time since Oct. 2017 when he lost to Antonio Carlos Junior via submission. The former middleweight champion has gone 1-2 since then with a victory over John Phillips via split decision back in March. His counterpart, Perez, most recently defeated Anthony Hernandez via submission at UFC Fight Night on Feb. 2. The intriguing matchup will reportedly take place at UFC Fight Night in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Nov. 16.
Not competitive at UFC 239
July 6, 2019
Marshman lost to Edmen Shahbazyan via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:12 of Round 1 at UFC 239 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Marshman never had a chance. Facing one of the brightest young stars on the UFC roster, he barely lasted a minute. Shahbazyan's performance was all the more impressive considering Marshman's greatest attribute is his toughness. The 29-year-old is just 1-3 in his last four fights dating back to October 2017, but he deserves another fight with the company. You can count on one hand the number of fighters at 185 pounds who can deal with what Shahbazyan brought to the table Saturday.
Added to Vegas card
April 11, 2019
Marshman will take on Edmen Shahbazyan in a middleweight matchup at UFC 239 on July 6 in Las Vegas, Nolan King of Flocombat reports.
Marshman is an even 3-3 in the UFC, but wasn't all that impressive in the bout that brought his record to .500. He managed to get the nod from the judges via split decision, but logged just 31 significant strikes in a disappointing fantasy night. Marshman cannot afford to be as passive against Shahbazyan, who is 2-0 with the company after a quick stoppage win over Charles Byrd in March. Shahbazyan also recorded eight takedowns in his UFC debut, which could be significant considering Marshman sports just a 22 percent takedown defense through six UFC fights.
Defeats fellow Welshman
March 16, 2019
Marshman defeated John Phillips via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night in London on Saturday.
While Marshman picked up a win to snap his two-fight losing streak, this fight won't do much for his stock overall. First off, he came in two pounds overweight and was forced to forfeit 20 percent of his purse. Furthermore, Marshman was also dropped by a stiff right hook in the first, but Phillips decided to let him off the hook instead of pursue the finish. That was likely the highest period of action the fight saw. Phillips appeared to have the edge in Octagon control time over the next two periods, but didn't quite land enough to take the decision from Marshman. Despite cashing in as a betting favorite of roughly (-140), he'll be tough to trust against better middleweight competition.
Fails to make weight
March 15, 2019
Marshman's fight against John Phillips at UFC London on Saturday will still proceed despite Marshman missing weight by two pounds, freelance MMA journalist Simon Head reports.
Marshman will also concede 20 percent of the purse in order for the fight to continue. Marshman is considered the favorite despite losing three of his last four fights.