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Tim Hague was born on 9 May, 1983 in Boyle, Canada, is a Canadian MMA fighter. At 34 years old, Tim Hague height is 6 ft 3 in (193.0 cm).

Now We discover Tim Hague'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 34 years old?

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Tim Hague Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 9 May 1983
Birthday 9 May
Birthplace Boyle, Canada
Date of death June 18, 2017,
Died Place Edmonton, Canada
Nationality Canadian

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Tim Hague Weight & Measurements

Physical Status
Weight 265 lb (120 kg; 18 st 13 lb)
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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.

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Children Brady Hague

Tim Hague Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Tim Hague worth at the age of 34 years old? Tim Hague’s income source is mostly from being a successful Fighter. He is from Canadian. We have estimated Tim Hague's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2022 Under Review
Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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Hague had 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 an elementary school teacher at École Bellevue School in Beaumont, Alberta. Hague died on June 18, 2017, after suffering a brain injury in a match with former Canadian Football League (CFL) defensive end Adam Braidwood.


Hague faced to Evgeny Erokhin on August 29, 2015, at League S-70: Russia vs. World. He lost via knockout.


Hague faced Smealinho Rama on May 23, 2014, in Edmonton, Alberta for the Unified MMA promotion. He lost via TKO in the first round.

Hague faced Dwayne Lewis on September 19, 2014, in Fort McMurray, Alberta at Prestige Fighting Championship 6. He won the fight via KO in the first round.

Hague made his World Series of Fighting debut against Lee Mein on February 21, 2014, at WSOF Canada 1. He won the fight via TKO in the first round.

Hague faced Matt Baker on June 7, 2014, at WSOF Canada 2. He won the fight via TKO in the first round.

Hague faced Craig Hudson on October 11, 2014, at WSOF 14 in a rematch where Hague was previously victorious. He won the fight via TKO in the third round.


In March 2013, Hague announced his return to the cage. He fought former UFC middleweight Kalib Starnes at Aggression Fighting Championship 19 in Edmonton, Alberta on July 5, 2013. He lost the fight via unanimous decision.


Hague faced Matt Mitrione on January 22, 2011, at UFC Fight Night 23. He lost the fight via TKO due to punches in the first round. He was then released from the UFC with a promotional record of 1–4.

Hague made his boxing debut on December 9, 2011, knocking out Patrick Graham in the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. After a hiatus, he returned to the venue twice in 2016, dropping a unanimous decision to Stan Ahumada in September and losing by TKO to Mladen Miljas that December. Hague died on June 18, 2017, of injuries sustained during a boxing match at the Shaw Conference Centre on June 16, 2017 at Edmonton, Canada with Adam Braidwood. He was 34 years old at the time of his death. His death triggered the Edmonton city council to pass a new law to impose a ban of one year on combat sports in Edmonton. On January 23rd, 2018, the ban was lifted, being that combat sports were to be able to have shows in the city.


On April 21, 2010, it was reported that Chad Corvin had pulled out of his UFC 113 bout against Joey Beltran due to his medical paperwork not being approved by the Quebec Athletic Commission, and Hague had been selected to step in. Hague faced Beltran on the preliminary card of the May 8 event and lost via unanimous decision (30–27, 30–26, and 29–28).

On July 9, 2010, Hague faced Ultimate Fighter Season 10 veteran Zak Jensen at AMMA 4: Victory, and won via KO due to knees in the first round.

Hague then faced fellow UFC vet, Travis Wiuff, at AMMA 5: Uprising on October 1, 2010, event in Edmonton, Alberta. He won the fight via Knockout in the first round.


Hague fought Todd Duffee on the UFC 102 preliminary card on August 29, 2009. Heavyweight Todd Duffee scored, what was then the fastest official KO in UFC history over 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 may have been the worst decision he had ever seen in his entire life. Following his loss to Tuchscherer, Hague was released from the promotion.


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 Petkovic in a split decision. Before signing with Ultimate Fighting Championship, Hague got a rematch against Petkovic and won by unanimous decision.


Timothy Edward Lee Hague (May 9, 1983 – June 18, 2017) was a Canadian mixed martial artist and boxer who competed in the heavyweight division, most recently for Absolute Championship Berkut. He became a professional fighter in 2006, and formerly competed for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, World Series of Fighting and King of the Cage, where he went 11–0 and was the King of the Cage Canada Heavyweight Champion. On June 16, 2017, he suffered a brain hemorrhage after being knocked out in a boxing match against Adam Braidwood in Edmonton, Alberta. He died on June 18, 2017.