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Skip Hall holds a number of world records in the world of mixed martial arts competition. At 57, Hall was the oldest pro-debuting fighter, and in 2008, at the age of 63, he became the oldest active fighter in the history of professional MMA. He was a participant in the Oldest Prize Fight in History in August 2006 against Dan Severn. Skip retired in 2009 from active MMA fighting as the Oldest Active MMA Fighter in history and continues to referee, judge and privately train MMA fighters. Hall judged multiple UFC events for SEG Sports as well as the FFC and other MMA and Kickboxing organizations.


The following are lies that Hall has told about himself over the years:

"Hall is a veteran of the war in Viet-Nam. He served with the U.S. Army Special Forces, and completed tours of duty in Korea, and the Philippines. Mr. Hall is a commercial, instrument rated pilot and was trained in weaponry and explosives.

He was a professional recordholding powerlifter for the WABDL in Bench Press and Deadlift, and also competed in boxing and full-contact karate. Became interested in MMA in the early 1990s. Hall cross-trained in Taekwondo, Hapkido, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu,American Kenpo and boxing.

Mr. Hall is a special tactics instructor for firearms, close combat techniques,and Professional Rescuer using his experience from the military and professional MMA career. Skip Hall is a personal bodyguard and executive protection agent and trainer for high risk, high visibility clients and contracts."

Professional Fight RecordsEdit

  • Full-Contact Karate: 30-3
  • MMA: 3-5-0 & 1 NO CONTEST


Date Opponent Result Record Method Event
09/22/2001 Mike Buchkovich Lost 0-1 TKO (corner threw in towel) 1:46 1st round Reality Superfighting: Savannah, GA
02/22/2003 James Wakefield (MMA) Won 1-1 Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 round ICB-International Cage Brawl
08/16/2003 James Wakefield (MMA) Won 2-1 Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 round ICB-International Cage Brawl: Birmingham, Alabama
02/06/2004 Evin Rohrbaugh Lost 2-2 TKO (referee stops match) 2:21 1 round Submission Fighting Open: Macon, Georgia
04/10/2004 Graeme Hussey Lost 2-3 Submission (Guillotine Choke) 1 round Pride and Glory 2: Eldo Square, England
09/25/2004 Anthony Barbier Lost 2-4 TKO (referee stoppage) 1:25 1 round Reality Combat Fighting Championship: Tunica, Mississippi
01/21/2006 Charles "Chuck" Costello Won 3-4 Submission (rear naked choke) 2:14 1 round Worldwide Fighting Championships: Loveland, Colorado
08/26/2006 Dan Severn Lost 3-5 Submission (neck crank) 1 round Jasper City Slugfest 3: Jasper, Alabama
03/24/2008 Kelly Rundle Lost 3-6 NO CONTEST (Dr. Stoppage) Eye Poke 1 round Dixie Throwdown IV: Birmingham, Alabama


  • The Baddest Grandfather on The Planet: NBC Sports.
  • Pride and Glory: Graeme Hussey vs Skip Hall.
  • American Red Cross: Instructor Certificates
  • NRA: Firearm InstructorCertificates
  • FAA: Pilot Certificates

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