Sam Stout Announces His Retirement At 31

Long-time UFC fighter Sam Stout has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 31. Stout suffered a 51 second TKO at the hands of Frankie Perez at UFC Fight Night 74 in his native Canada last month, marking a trio of losses in a row with the other two coming by way of KO. Stout has been fighting professionally for 12 years, with nine of them spent fighting in the UFC...
Via Fight Of The Night
September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Sam Stout Retires From UFC At 31

What do Sam Stout (pictured) and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira now have in common? They are both retired UFC fighters. It was reported on this week’s edition of “UFC Tonight” that Stout has decided to all it a career.The writing was pretty much plastered all over the cage wall after Stout was TKO’d last month by Frankie Perez. It was Stout’s third straight defeat via some form...
September 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Frankie Perez Retires Following 54 Second TKO Victory At UFC Fight Night 74

Frankie Perez produced the biggest win of his career last night at UFC Fight Night 74 and then caught everyone by surprise by getting on the mic and announcing his retirement from the sport at the age of 26. Perez took just 54 seconds to stop UFC veteran Sam Stout via strikes to earn his first win inside the Octagon, but it seems he’d already made up his mind that he was going...
Via Fight Of The Night
August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Frankie Perez gets first UFC win, immediately retires from fighting

Following a dramatic first-round knockout to beat Sam Stout on Sunday night, Frankie Perez celebrated his win by announcing his retirement from fighting and the UFC. Perez moved his UFC record to 1-1 with the victory over Stout, but stated following the fight that his dream was to win a bout inside the Octagon. Now that he accomplished that feat, Perez is happy moving onto the next...
Via FOX Sports
August 23, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ron Pearson Lands the Punch of the Night for UFC 185 on Sam Stout's Chin

If fans are lucky, when they attend or watch a UFC event there will be a few moments that make you jump out of your seat with excitement. You know the kind I'm talking about. When you see it you lean back in your chair a little, take a drink of your beer, and say damn as you shake your head in disbelief.The Ron Pearson-Sam Stout fight at UFC 185 certainly had one of those moments...
Via FatManWriting
March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Ross Pearson puts Sam Stout away with crushing left hook KO

Ross Pearson kept a night filled with finishes going as he put Sam Stout down and out with a crushing left hook in the second round to win in the UFC 185 preliminary main event. Pearson was stalking Stout throughout the first round, constantly launching big punches at the Canadian's head as he backed straight up and showed little defense trying to move out of the way. Stout was able...
Via FOX Sports
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

UFC 185 Prelims Trailer

Next weekend’s UFC 185 has strength in depth as is showcased in this new trailer for the preliminary card while will air on FOX Sports 1. Headlining the prelims will be former TUF champion Ross Pearson who goes up against Sam Stout, while TUF Nations winner Elias Theodorou. Daron Cruickshank Vs Beneil Dariush and Jared Rosholt Vs Josh Copeland round off the televised portion of...
Via Fight Of The Night
March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Ross Pearson to face Sam Stout at UFC 185

Sam Stout (20-10) and Ross Pearson (16-8) will fight each other March 14 in Dallas at UFC 185. The story broke Wed. night on UFC Tonight, and was confirmed by the UFC. Stout will have a chance to come back from an April KO loss at the hands of KJ Noons. Pearson was also stopped in his last fight, a November loss to Al Iaquinta. Both fighters have lost two out of their last three...
Via FOX Sports
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Sam Stout was so disoriented after knockout loss he tried choking the referee (GIF)

Sam Stout was so disoriented after his first-round knockout loss to KJ Noons at “The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale” in Quebec City Wednesday that he actually went to choke out the referee after getting up from the punch. Noons won 30 seconds into the fight after connecting on a massive punch to the chin. Stout […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Sam Stout-K.J. Noons TUF: Nations matchup switched to welterweight

A day before the TUF: Nations Finale weigh-ins, Sam Stout and K.J. Noons have decided to make life a little easier on themselves by agreeing not to drop an extra 15 pounds.
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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