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Roger "Da Hulk" Hollett, is a Canadian Mixed Martial Artist fighting out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He has competed in various events such as ECC, Extreme Cage Combat and MFC and Maximum Fighting Championship. From April 29, 2006 to October 20, 2007, Roger put together a 7 fight win streak; winning all of his matches via Knockout or submission.

MMA careerEdit

Injuries Edit

Hollett was sidelined temporarily due to torn ligaments in his left knee (ACL, MCL and Meniscus) during a takedown attempt by Lew Polley in their October 20, 2007 match.[1]

Comeback after Injury Edit

After nearly a year of being sidelined due to a knee injury, Hollett made an impressive comeback to MMA at ECC 8: Comeback on September 20, 2009 by defeating Canadian Marcus Hicks via TKO at 1:35 of round 1.

MFC 19: Long Time Coming Edit

Following his fight with Hicks, Hollett returned to the Maximum Fighting Championship at MFC 19: Long Time Coming on December 5, 2008 against Emanuel Newton for the MFC Light Heavyweight Championship. Newton won the fight via Unanimous Decision and claimed the title. While Hollett threw harder strikes than his opponent, Newton was able to control Hollett throughout the fight with takedowns, low kicks, and jabs. This would mark Hollet's first time going to a decision.

MFC 20 Edit

Hollett lost his last fight against UFC veteran David Heath at MFC 20 on February 20, 2009, by submission.

Comback after Back to Back losses Edit

Following his Back to Back losses to Emanuel Newton at MFC 19: Long Time Coming, and to David Heath at MFC 20, Hollett returned to action on September 26, 2009 at ECC 10: Demolition by overwhelming fellow Canadian, Chris Peak in the first round via Kimura.

Hollett's next fight came at the Maximum Fighting Championship's HeatXC 4: Hysteria on November 6, 2009 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in which he defeated USA native Aron Lofton via Armbar at 3:02 of round 1.

MMA recordEdit

Record Result Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
10-3 Win United States flag Aron Lofton Submission (Armbar) HeatXC 4: Hysteria November 6, 2009 1 3:02 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
9-3 Win Canada flag Chris (Mountain of Mayhem) Peak Submission (Kimura) ECC 10: Demolition September 26, 2009 1 1:45 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
8-3 Loss United States flag David Heath Submission (Guillotine Choke) MFC 20: Destined for Greatness February 20, 2009 1 1:58 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
8-2 Loss United States flag Emanuel Newton Decision (Unanimous) MFC 19: Long Time Coming December 5, 2008 5 5:00 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Lost the MFC Light Heavyweight Championship
8-1 Win Canada flag Marcus Hicks TKO (Punches) ECC 8: Comeback September 20, 2008 1 1:35 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
7-1 Loss United States flag Lew Polley KO (Punch) ECC 6: Hometown Heroes October 20, 2007 1 4:02 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada For the ECC Light Heavyweight Championship
7-0 Win Canada flag Victor Valimaki Submission (Strikes) MFC 13: Lucky 13 August 24, 2007 1 2:06 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada For the MFC Light Heavyweight Championship
6-0 Win Canada flag Shane Biever KO (Punches) MFC 12: High Stakes June 22, 2007 1 0:15 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
5-0 Win Canada flag Ricardeau Francois Submission (Punches) ECC 5: A Night of Champions March 31, 2007 1 0:20 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
4-0 Win Canada flag Mike Maurer KO (Punches) MFC 11: Gridiron February 3, 2007 1 0:36 Canada flag Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
3-0 Win Canada flag Pay Penny Submission(Rear Naked Choke) ECC 4: Fury December 2, 2006 1 2:37 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
2-0 Win Canada flag Jason Cecil Submission(Keylock) ECC 3: East Coast Warriors July 22, 2006 1 1:41 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
1-0 Win Canada flag Peter Rogers Submission(Armbar) ECC 1: The Beginning April 29, 2006 1 3:50 Canada flag Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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