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Ryan Jimmo was born on 27 November, 1981 in Saint John, Canada, is a Canadian mixed martial arts fighter. At 35 years old, Ryan Jimmo height is 6 ft 1 in (185.4 cm).
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|Ryan Jimmo Age
|35 years old
|27 November 1981
|Saint John, Canada
|Date of death
|June 26, 2016,
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|Net Worth in 2022
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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Jimmo's most notable fight at that point of his career was against Wilson Gouveia at MFC 25. Prior to the fight, Sherdog discussed Jimmo's position in his division and stated that "Jimmo has all the tools and an affable personality that makes him championship material. Unfortunately, though, Jimmo has failed to capitalize on numerous opportunities to cement himself in the title picture because he hasn’t been a big finisher despite a 12-fight winning streak." Sherdog also added that they didn't believe that Jimmo could "grind out another win" as Gouveia, who was making his return to the light heavyweight division, would not gas out, as he had done on occasion at middleweight in the UFC.
Eventually on November 26, 2018, Getschel pled guilty of manslaughter and hit and run, and he was sentenced to eight years in prison in a Canadian courthouse on December 3, 2018.
Jimmo was involved in a parking lot altercation early in the morning of June 26, 2016, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He spoke to the driver of a truck, and as Jimmo was walking away, the driver of that truck ran him over and drove away. Jimmo later died in the hospital from his injuries.
Jimmo faced Francimar Barroso on May 30, 2015 at UFC Fight Night 67. He lost the fight via unanimous decision. Subsequently, he was released from the UFC.
Jimmo was expected face UFC newcomer Steve Bossé at The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale on April 16, 2014 in Quebec City. However, Bossé was forced to pull out of the bout citing an injury. Jimmo instead faced UFC newcomer Sean O'Connell. He won the fight via knockout in the first round. The win also earned Jimmo his first Performance of the Night bonus award.
Jimmo faced Ovince St. Preux on June 14, 2014 at UFC 174. He lost the fight via submission in the second round.
After compiling a 6–1 record, Jimmo successfully navigated tryouts for The Ultimate Fighter. Jimmo was selected as one of the sixteen light heavyweights in the eighth season. Jimmo's first fight, to get entry into the house was against Antwain Britt. Britt took the victory in a majority decision after two rounds. Jimmo later expressed disappointment in his performance, but did add that "Dana White said it was probably one of the better fights of the day so that’s good. The UFC already has their eye on me."
Jimmo then re-joined Maximum Fighting Championship and made his promotional debut at MFC 21 against Mychal Clark. Jimmo was untroubled throughout and took a unanimous decision with all judges scoring the bout 30–27.
Jimmo followed this up with a split decision victory over UFC veteran Marvin Eastman at MFC 22. The fight largely revolved around exchanges in the clinch. Sherdog gave the bout to Eastman, but the official result was in favor of Jimmo, with scorecards of (29–28, 28–29, and 29–28).
Jimmo's third fight in MFC was against Emanuel Newton at MFC 23. Jimmo reportedly controlled most of the bout in the clinch and took a unanimous decision victory (30–27, 29–28, and 29–28).
The fight was later made a catchweight bout of 208 lbs, after Gouveia once again came in overweight; this, despite moving up a weight class originally. Jimmo used various striking techniques to control his opponent and dropped Gouveia on a few occasions. Jimmo walked away with a unanimous decision (30–27, 30–26, and 30–26). Jimmo attributed the victory to Gouveia gassing out after his difficulty with making weight.
For his second fight with the promotion, Jimmo faced James Te-Huna on February 16, 2013 at UFC on Fuel TV: Barão vs. McDonald. He had a successful first round as Jimmo dropped Te-Huna with a head kick. However, Te-Huna then rebounded by controlling the second and third rounds with his striking and wrestling, resulting in a unanimous decision loss for Jimmo.
Jimmo next fought Igor Pokrajac at UFC 161 on June 15, 2013. Jimmo won the fight via unanimous decision.
Jimmo faced Jimi Manuwa on October 26, 2013 at UFC Fight Night 30. He lost the fight via TKO in the second round due to a leg injury.
Jimmo was expected to make his promotional debut against Karlos Vemola on January 20, 2012 at UFC on FX 1. However, Jimmo was forced from the bout with an injury.
Jimmo faced Anthony Perosh on July 21, 2012 at UFC 149. Jimmo won the fight via knockout in seven seconds, making it tied for the second fastest knockout in UFC history.
Jimmo defeated fellow Canadian, Dwayne Lewis at MFC 28 on February 25, 2011 to win the vacant MFC Light Heavyweight Championship.
Jimmo was from Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada and the youngest of his four siblings. He has a background in karate, beginning the martial art from a very young age and was taught by his father, a 5th degree black belt. Jimmo's father competed in Japan twice and was placed 5th in the world in his style. Jimmo himself began competition when he was 10 years old, winning provincial and regional championships. He also competed nationally before being shown mixed martial arts. At St. Malachy's Memorial High School, Jimmo was captain of the football team and president of the chess club. He began amateur bodybuilding after breaking his leg from karate in 2004.
Ryan Jimmo (November 27, 1981 – June 26, 2016) was a Canadian mixed martial artist who competed in the light heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He mostly fought in Canada and competed on the eighth season of The Ultimate Fighter. Jimmo was the former MFC Light Heavyweight Champion.