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Josh Neer

Born Joshua Martin Neer
March 24, 1983 (1983-03-24) (age 26)
Des Moines, Iowa
Other names The Dentist
Nationality American
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 155 lb (70 kg; 11.1 st)
Division 155
Style Muay Thai, Wrestling
Fighting out of Des Moines, Iowa
Team Miletich Martial Arts
Years active 2003–present
MMA record
Total 36
Wins 26
By knockout 11
By submission 11
By decision 4
Losses 9
By knockout 1
By submission 3
By decision 5
Draws 1
Other information
Official website
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
last updated on: September 29, 2009

Joshua Martin Neer (born March 24, 1983) is an American mixed martial arts fighter from Des Moines, Iowa. He trains with Des Moines Mixed Martial Arts Academy in Des Moines, Iowa. Neer is formerly an MFS (Miletich Fighting Systems) Elite fighter.

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MMA career

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Amateur

Neer began fighting in the MMA in 2002 at the Toad Holler Fight Club where he started and finished his amateur career and went 11–0. Neer won 4 of the bouts by KO and 4 by submission. Neer would then enter MMA professionally. Even though that is all his record shows he was actually 87–1 at Toad Holler Fight Club sometimes fighting two to three times a night. His only loss as an amateur was to Kevin Burns of the Des Moines Jiu Jitsu Academy.

Start of Professional Career

Neer began his professional career on March 15, 2003 by knocking out Josh Kennedy. Neer then won twice and drew once before losing his first fight to Spencer "The King" Fisher by split decision. After losing to Fisher, Neer won his next ten fights, including the XKK (Xtreme Kage Kombat) Welterweight Championship.

Stints in Ultimate Fighting Championships

Neer signed with the UFC and lost his first fight to Drew Fickett by submission at the inaugural Ultimate Fight Night.

Neer fought his next three fights outside the UFC and went 2–1 before going back to the UFC.

He submitted Melvin Guillard at Ultimate Fight Night 2 and beat Joe Stevenson, who won the Welterweight division of The Ultimate Fighter 2, at Ultimate Fight Night 3. Neer then lost his next two fights, to Josh Burkman at UFC 61 and by submission to Nick Diaz at UFC 62.

Again out of the UFC, Neer went 6–1 in his next seven fights before returning to defeat Din Thomas at UFC Fight Night: Florian vs Lauzon. He lost to Nathan Diaz in the main event at UFC Fight Night: Diaz vs Neer, but followed that defeat with a win at UFC Fight Night: Lauzon vs Stephens over The Ultimate Fighter: Team Hughes vs Team Serra winner, Mac Danzig, by triangle choke in the second round.

Neer lost a unanimous decision over Kurt Pellegrino. Throughout the fight Neer made signals that Pellegrino wasn't doing anything, and was visibly upset at the end of the 3rd round. Neer fought Gleison Tibau as a late replacement for injured Sean Sherk at UFC 104 on October 24 and lost the fight due to a unanimous decision. Neer was subsequently released from the UFC with a record of 2–3 since his return to the organization.[1]

In his first fight following his latest UFC release, Neer defeated Matt Delanoit by TKO at MAX Fights DM Ballroom Brawl IV in Des Moines, Iowa, on January 8.

Drunk driving arrest

On New Year's Day January 1, 2009, Neer was arrested by the Des Moines police and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated", hit-and-run, eluding police and other traffic violations.[2]

Personal life

Neer has a daughter.[3]

Mixed martial arts record

Record Date Result Opponent Event Method Time Location
2010-05-06 United States Eddie Alvarez Bellator 17 United States Boston, Massachusetts, US
27-9-1 2010-02-05 Win United States Anselmo Martinez Shark Fights 8: Super Brawl Submssion (Rear Naked Choke) Round 1: 3:05 United States Lubbock, Texas, US
26-9-1 2010-01-08 Win United States Matt Delanoit Max Fights IV TKO (Strikes) Round 1: 2:53 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
25–9–1 2009-10-24 Loss Brazil Gleison Tibau UFC 104: Machida vs. Shogun Decision (Unanimous) Round 3: 5:00 United States Los Angeles, California, US
25–8–1 2009-08-08 Loss United States Kurt Pellegrino UFC 101: Declaration Decision (Unanimous) Round 3: 5:00 United States Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
25–7–1 2009-02-07 Win United States Mac Danzig UFC Fight Night 17 Submission (Triangle Choke) Round 2: 3:36 United States Tampa, Florida, US
24–7–1 2008-09-17 Loss United States Nate Diaz UFC Fight Night 15 Decision (Split) Round 3: 5:00 United States Omaha, Nebraska, US
24–6–1 2008-04-02 Win United States Din Thomas UFC Fight Night 13 Decision (Unanimous) Round 3: 5:00 United States Broomfield, Colorado, US
23–6–1 2007-10-27 Win United States Nick Sorg C3 – Smokey Mountain Showdown Submission (Armbar) Round 1: 2:16 United States USA
22–6–1 2007-07-27 Win United States Paul Rodriguez GreenSparks – Full Contact Fighting 5 TKO Round 1: 1:39 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
21–6–1 2007-05-19 Loss United States Mark Miller IFL-Chicago KO (Punch) Round 1: 0:54 United States Chicago, Illinois, US
21–5–1 2007-04-08 Win United States Tyson Burris FSG – Coliseum Carnage Submission (Strikes) Round 1: 2:31 United States Ames, Iowa, US
20–5–1 2007-03-17 Win United States Mark Gearhart Greensparks-Full Contact Fighting 3 TKO Round 1: 0:21 United States Iowa, US
19–5–1 2007-03-04 Win United States Anthony Waldburger IFC-Road to Global Domination TKO Round 1: 0:24 United States Belton, Texas, US
18–5–1 2006-11-22 Win United States Butch Hajicek MCC 5-Thanksgiving Throwdown Submission (Strikes) Round 1: 2:30 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
17–5–1 2006-08-26 Loss United States Nick Diaz UFC 62 – Liddell vs. Sobral Submission (kimura) Round 3: 1:42 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
17–4–1 2006-07-08 Loss United States Josh Burkman UFC 61 – Bitter Rivals Decision (Unanimous) Round 3: 5:00 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
17–3–1 2006-04-06 Win United States Joe Stevenson Ultimate Fight Night 4 Decision (Unanimous) Round 3: 5:00 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
16–3–1 2006-01-16 Win United States Melvin Guillard Ultimate Fight Night 3 Submission (Triangle Choke) Round 1: 4:20 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
15–3–1 2005-11-23 Win United States Alex Carter Xtreme Kage Kombat TKO (Strikes) Round 1: 3:43 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
14–3–1 2005-10-15 Loss United States Nick Thompson Extreme Challenge 64 Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Round 2: 0:00 United States Osceola, Iowa, US
14–2–1 2005-09-14 Win United States Forrest Petz Freestyle Fighting Championships 15 Submission (Triangle Choke) Round 1: 3:25 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
13–2–1 2005-08-06 Loss United States Drew Fickett Ultimate Fight Night Submission (Rear Naked Choke) Round 1: 1:35 United States Las Vegas, Nevada, US
13–1–1 2005-06-18 Win United States Todd Kiser Extreme Challenge 62 Submission (Strikes) Round 1: 1:41 United States Council Bluffs, Iowa, US
12–1–1 2005-05-20 Win United States Mark Andrew Long Xtreme Kage Kombat KO Round 1: 0:00 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
11–1–1 2005-04-22 Win United States Jay Jack Extreme Challenge 61 Decision Round 3: 5:00 United States Medina, Minnesota, US
10–1–1 2005-03-19 Win United States Derrick Noble XKK – Des Moines Submission (Triangle Choke) Round 1: 0:00 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
9–1–1 2005-02-02 Win United States Terrance Reasby Downtown Destruction 2 TKO Round 2: 0:52 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
8–1–1 2004-11-27 Win United States Mark Bear Victory Fighting Championships 8 TKO Round 3: 3:40 United States Council Bluffs, Iowa, US
7–1–1 2004-10-30 Win United States David Gardner Xtreme Kage Kombat TKO (Strikes) Round 1: 0:00 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
6–1–1 2004-09-10 Win United States Anthony Macias Freestyle Fighting Championships 11 TKO (Strikes) Round 1: 0:41 United States Biloxi, Mississippi, US
5–1–1 2004-08-07 Win United States Fred Leavy Xtreme Kage Kombat TKO Round 1: 0:00 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US
4–1–1 2004-05-06 Win United States Kyle Jensen Extreme Challenge 57 Submission (Arm Bar) Round 3: 1:04 United States Council Bluffs, Iowa, US
3–1–1 2004-03-06 Loss United States Spencer Fisher Victory Fighting Championships 7 Decision (Split) Round 3: 5:00 United States Council Bluffs, Iowa, US
3–0–1 2004-02-07 Win United States Joe Chalow Xtreme Kage Kombat Decision Round 3: 3:00 United States Curtiss, Wisconsin, US
2–0–1 2004-01-17 Draw United States Joe Jordan American Fighting Association Draw Round 3: 3:00 United States Fort Dodge, Iowa, US
2–0 2003-09-13 Win United States Royce Fredrick Lueck Absolute Ada Fights 4 TKO Round 1: 1:31 United States Ada, Minnesota, US
1–0 2003-03-15 Win United States Josh Kennedy Gladiators 20 TKO (Slam) Round 1: 3:41 United States Des Moines, Iowa, US

Championships and accomplishments

Xtreme Kage Kombat

  • XKK Welterweight Champion

See also

References

External links


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