Scott Morris is a former American mixed martial artist.
Morris listed Ninjutsu as his fighting style, representing Robert Bussey's Warrior International (RBWI) at UFC 2 in 1994. RBWI was actually an organization that served as a vehicle for teaching Bussey's methods. Bussey formally separated himself from ninjutsu in 1989 feeling, appropriately so, that his unique methods no longer related to the Bujinkan arts he had once endorsed. "Ninjutsu" was simply listed as Morris's art for lack of a more suitable term. In the Tournament, he submitted Sean Daugherty with a guillotine choke in the first round, but lost to Patrick Smith by Knockout in the Quarterfinals.
Scott Morris was beat up very badly by Patrick Smith, and the knockout was considered the most brutal in UFC history at that time. Morris sustained a series of punches and elbows to the throat, mouth and face yet made a full recovery within a few weeks. The match was the reason that UFC implemented several new rules.
Mixed martial arts recordEdit
|Professional record breakdown|
|8||2 wins||1 loss|
|Win||2-1||Robert Simpson||Submission (Armbar)||Power Ring Warriors||June 12, 1998||1||0:27||Texas, United States|
|Loss||1-1||Patrick Smith||KO (Punches)||UFC 2 - No Way Out||March 11, 1994||1||0:30||Colorado, United States|
|Win||1-0||Sean Daugherty||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UFC 2 - No Way Out||March 11, 1994||1||0:20||Colorado, United States|