Tim has a Bachelor of Arts from Augustana University College and an Elementary Education degree from the University of Alberta. Prior to beginning his MMA career he was a kindergarten teacher in Rochester, Alberta.
On June 16, 2017, he suffered a brain hemorrhage after being knocked out in a boxing match against Adam Braidwood and died two days later on June 18.
Mixed martial artsEdit
Hague made his MMA debut against Eric MacDonald at King Of The Cage Canada: Detonator in 2006. Hague came out victorious winning via submission. Hague went on to win his next 3 fights and subsequently won the vacant KOTC Canada heavyweight title over Adriano Bernardo in only his fifth fight. His only loss came to Miodrag "Pele" Petkovic in a razor sharp split decision. Before signing with Ultimate Fighting Championships, Tim got a rematch against Petkovic and won by unanimous decision.
Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipsEdit
Hague fought Todd Duffee on the UFC 102 preliminary card on August 29, 2009. Heavyweight Todd Duffee scored the fastest KO in UFC history over Tim Hague at 0:07 into the fight.  In his fight against Chris Tuchscherer on February 6, 2010 at UFC 109, Hague lost a controversial majority decision after 3 rounds (29-28, 29-28 and 28-28). Joe Rogan said that it was the worst decision he had ever seen. Following his loss to Tuchscherer, Hague was released from the promotion.
The Fight ClubEdit
Shortly after being released from his UFC contract, Hague signed a multi-fight deal with Edmonton, Alberta based promotion The Fight Club. His first fight was scheduled to be on March 19th at TFC 10, against Tyler East however East was forced to withdraw and Ed Carpenter was named as his replacement. Carpenter was then sent to the hospital with an undisclosed medical issue an hour prior to the event.   
Tim and his wife have a son named Brady, who was born in July 2008.
Mixed martial arts recordEdit
|Professional record breakdown|
|18||10 wins||3 losses|
|Loss||Chris Tuchscherer||Decision (Majority)||UFC 109: Relentless||February 6, 2010||3||5:00||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Loss||Todd Duffee||KO (Punches)||UFC 102: Couture vs. Nogueira||August 29, 2009||1||0:07||Portland, Oregon|
|Win||Pat Barry||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UFC 98: Evans vs. Machida||May 23, 2009||1||1:42||Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||Miodrag Petkovic||Decision (Unanimous)||Raw Combat: Redemption||October 25, 2008||3||5:00||Calgary, Alberta|
|Win||Sherman Pendergarst||TKO (Strikes)||King Of The Cage Canada: Unrefined||September 18, 2008||2||N/A||Edmonton, Alberta|
|Win||Jeff Lundburg||TKO (Punches)||King Of The Cage Canada: Moment de Vérité||June 20, 2008||1||N/A||Montreal, Quebec|
|Win||Jared Kilkenny||KO (Punch)||King Of The Cage Canada: Brawl in the Mall 3||April 4, 2008||1||0:09||Edmonton, Alberta|
|Loss||Miodrag Petkovic||Decision (Split)||Hardcore Championship Fighting: Destiny||February 1, 2008||3||5:00||Calgary, Alberta|
|Win||Adriano Bernardo||TKO (Doctor Stoppage)||King Of The Cage Canada: Brawl in the Mall||August 17, 2007||2||3:49||Edmonton, Alberta|
|Win||Ruben Villareal||Decision||King Of The Cage Canada: Megiddo||April 28, 2007||3||5:00||Vernon, British Columbia|
|Win||Jared Kilkenny||TKO (Punches)||King Of The Cage Canada: Amplified||November 26, 2006||2||0:31||Edmonton, Alberta|
|Win||Jessie Jones||Submission (Verbal)||King Of The Cage Canada: Icebreaker||November 3, 2006||1||3:12||Prince George, British Columbia|
|Win||Eric Macdonald||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||King Of The Cage Canada: Detonator||September 29, 2006||2||N/A||Calgary, Alberta|
- ↑ Heavyweights Patrick Barry and Tim Hague to meet at UFC 98. mmajunkie.com. Archived from the original on January 29, 2013. Retrieved on June 3, 2009.
- ↑ UFC 102 Results: Newcomer Todd Duffee Sets UFC Fastest Knock Out Record Against Tim Hague
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- ↑ http://topmmanews.com/2010/02/13/exclusive-tim-hague-signs-with-tfc/
- ↑ http://topmmanews.com/2010/03/13/carpenter-replaces-east-in-tfc-fight-against-hague/
- ↑ http://topmmanews.com/2010/03/19/tfc-10-hague-vs-carpenter-cancelled/
- ↑ Ex-teacher a quick learner in UFC. ReviewJournal.com (2009-05-24). Retrieved on 2009-07-18.