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Dan Bobish was born on 26 January, 1970 in American, is an American martial artist. At 50 years old, Dan Bobish height is 6 ft 0 in (185.0 cm).
Now We discover Dan Bobish's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 50 years old?
|Age||50 years old|
|Born||26 January 1970|
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Dan Bobish Weight & Measurements
|Weight||310 lb (141 kg; 22 st 2 lb)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Dan Bobish Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Dan Bobish worth at the age of 50 years old? Dan Bobish’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. He is from American. We have estimated Dan Bobish's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Artist|
Dan Bobish Social Network
|Wikipedia||Dan Bobish Wikipedia|
After moving to 6–3, Bobish fought Eric Pele at KOTC 12: Cold Blood for the vacant KOTC Super Heavyweight Championship. Bobish won after Pele's corner threw in the towel at 1:10 into the second round.
Bobish now lives in his hometown of Cleveland and began promoting local fights in 2010 when he founded "Ultimate Cage Battles." Bobish was once a sparring partner and bodyguard for Mike Tyson. Bobish is married and has four children.
After his PRIDE run, Bobish returned to King of the Cage, and regional U.S. promotions. He went 8–2 in his final ten fights. He lost his last fight at Hardcore Championship Fighting: Title Wave against Alexander Emelianenko on October 19, 2007. During the fight Bobish blew out his L3 and L4 discs in his back, and made the decision to end his career rather than receive surgery.
Bobish then faced another renowned kickboxer in Mark Hunt at PRIDE 28 on October 31, 2004. Bobish scored a takedown and forced Hunt to turtle up, landing hammerfists and knee strikes and at one point even attempting a crossface hold on the kickboxer. However, the tough Hunt absorbed the damage and managed to escape to his feet. With Bobish showing signs of fatigue, Hunt forced him to surrender with an uppercut and a body kick.
Following his professional wrestling work in Japan in 2003, Bobish had his first MMA bout in Japan for event X-1, easily defeating Basil Castro. He was then brought to PRIDE Fighting Championships in November, pitted in PRIDE Final Conflict 2003 against renowned UFC and PRIDE veteran Gary Goodridge. However, the bout was short and controversial: having received an eye poke in the first striking exchange, Bobish stopped fighting and told the referee on the belief the match would be stopped for the ring doctor, but it wasn't, and Goodridge capitalized on the distraction to knock Bobish out.
Bobish made his professional wrestling debut in March 2003 for Japanese promotion Fighting World of Japan, where he teamed up with his MMA training partner Don Frye to unsuccessfully face Kensuke Sasaki and Hiroshi Hase in their first match. Bobish then became a regular player, teaming up with Hase himself and other native wrestlers. A year later, he debuted for the HUSTLE promotion in Japan, appearing as part of Generalissimo Takada's Takada Monster Army, and occasionally wrestling as a representative in Pro Wrestling Zero-One. He had 22 total matches, nine of which were tag team. He also competed for three more years while simultaneously fighting in MMA.
After his vale tudo tenure, Bobish debuted in Ultimate Fighting Championship in 1997, following the tenures of Severn and his other teammate Don Frye. He entered the UFC 14 heavyweight tournament, where he was placed against kickboxer and UFC veteran Brian Johnston. Although his opponent proved his field of expertise by momentarily stunning Bobish, the wrestler took him down, folded him against the fence and submitted him to a forearm choke. Bobish advanced round and met another Hammer House fighter, fellow former NCAA Division I champion Mark Kerr, who opened their match with effective leg kicks and a takedown scored. Bobish tried to escape, but Kerr held him down while hitting ground and pound, and ultimately jammed his chin into Bobish's eye to force him to give up.
Bobish made his professional debut on October 22, 1996 in Brazil at the Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 4 Heavyweight tournament. He first faced Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter Mauro Bernardo, whom he defeated in a first-round submission by taking him down and choking him with his forearm. Bobish would find another wrestler and UFC veteran in the second round, Dave Beneteau, but Bobish controlled the bout with a guillotine choke with several strikes, eventually getting the win by a cut. He then fought yet another wrestler and UFC veteran, fellow NCAA collegiate champion Kevin Randleman from Team Hammer House, for the final. Bobish controlled the first minutes from the clinch, attempting neck cranks and landing several punches, but Randleman escaped. The two then exchanged hard strikes, with Bobish getting the better of it, but Randleman scored a takedown and mounted him, from where he landed several strikes. Two of the hits dislocated Bobish's jaw, forcing him to give up.
Born in Brooklyn, New York but raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Bobish was an all-state wrestler and played football at Maple Heights High School before competing at Cuyahoga Community College where he was a NCJAA All-American. Bobish later transferred to the University of Mount Union, where in two seasons he went 58-2 and was the 1992 NCAA Division III Super Heavyweight National Champion during his senior season, after having finished third as a junior. He was also a three-time All-American. Bobish also played football as a defensive tackle for one season at Mount Union, and later had a tryout with the Cleveland Browns. After failing, he started to work as a bouncer at the Beach club, where he gained a reputation of being a strong fighter. He claimed, "I never got beat one-on-one in a fight. Even two-on-one."
Daniel Emerson Bobish (born January 26, 1970) is a retired American mixed martial artist and professional wrestler. He was competing in the Super Heavyweight (no limit) division. He is a former King of the Cage Super Heavyweight Champion. Bobish has fought in many MMA organizations including PRIDE Fighting Championships, the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Gladiator Challenge and King of the Cage. His fights typically did not go past the first round with the average length of his fights being 2:43.