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Peso welter Division


"Hot Chocolate"

Danny Roberts

Peso welter Division

18-8-0 (W-L-D)


Victorias por nocaut


Gana por Sumisión


Primeros acabados redondos

Danny Roberts

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Learn more about Danny Roberts' UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Ciudad natal
London, United Kingdom
Trenes en
Blackzilians - Boca Raton, FL
Estilo de lucha
Debut del octágono
Dec. 10, 2015
Alcance de la pierna
  • Pro since 2010

  • Has won 12 of his last 19 and two of his last five

  • Last pre-UFC win was first-round KO of Jim Wallhead on May 3, 2014

  • Eight wins by KO, five by submission (2 RNC, triangle, armbar, brabo choke)

  • Had 2-0 amateur MMA record

  • Five first round finishes

  • Four KO wins started by knees

UFC Fight Night (7/22/23) Roberts was stopped by Jonny Parsons via strikes at 4:57 of the second round 

UFC Fight Night (11/19/22) Roberts was stopped by Jack Della Maddalena via strikes at 3:24 of the first round 

UFC 274 (5/7/22) Roberts lost a three round unanimous decision to Francisco Trinaldo

UFC Fight Night (10/16/21) Roberts won a three round split decision over Ramazan Emeev

UFC Fight Night (11/9/19) Roberts knocked out Zelim Imadaev at 4:54 of the second round

UFC Fight Night (5/18/19) Roberts was knocked out by Michel Pereira at 1:47 of the first round

UFC Fight Night (3/16/19) Roberts was submitted by Claudio Silva via armbar at 3:37 of the third round

UFC Fight Night (7/22/18) Roberts won a three round split decision over David Zawada

UFC Fight Night (3/17/18) Roberts knocked out Oliver Enkamp at 2:12 of the first round

UFC on FOX (12/16/17) Roberts was knocked out by Nordine Taleb at :59 of the first round

UFC Fight Night (7/16/17) Roberts knocked out Bobby Nash at 3:59 of the second round

UFC 204 (10/8/16) Roberts was knocked out by Mike Perry at 4:40 of the third round

UFC 197 (4/23/16) Roberts won a three round unanimous decision over Dominique Steele

UFC Fight Night (12/10/15) Roberts submitted Nathan Coy via triangle choke at 2:46 of the first round

TRAINING: We have a wide, varied training day, but normally, I would wake up, get my morning run in, and then I would make my way to the gym, where we would start with our wrestling drills and game planning and continue with the morning’s practice. Whether we're on a grappling day, sparring or doing technical work drills, we will run a complete routine from start to finish with awareness of all aspects. I rest for the afternoon and return for some tech work. I do pads or mix it up with my strength and conditioning coach three to four times a week. There really is no stone left unturned in fight camp. 

When and why did you start training for fighting? I started at the age of 23, when I made the transition from boxing to MMA. It was all new to me and it really pulled me in. 

Do you have any heroes? Heroes.....that’s an interesting one and I have been asked this before. I grew up on a council estate and didn't have much. Things were real hard. I grew up with my brother and sister with our single mum and knew that from an early age I had to be the one to produce my future, my dreams, and my chosen path. I came from a place where I wasn't supposed to be here today. Ultimately, I'm my own hero and wish to be a hero for others...people who started the same as me, given very little but a way to get caught up in the system. Learning from all the hardships, being patient and growing up, I realized quick I would be my own hero and the savior of my destiny. I now have a baby boy and I can change things and be his hero based upon life lessons, values and modeled around the person who I wished for growing up.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? For me to fight in the UFC, words can't describe. It's been a long time coming, endless nights dreaming, endless days working and dreaming. It's the pinnacle to a man's sport, like the premiership of combat sports. So yeah, it’s a big personal achievement in life, but somewhere I believe I should be, fighting the best in the world and proving I'm not to be taken lightly. 

What was your job before you started fighting? I was a carpenter by trade, but left that to take a walk toward my true dreams and become one of the world's best MMA stars. 

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? Boxed amateur - compiled a 32-7 record, turned pro and had five pro fights. 

Favorite grappling technique: Scrambles 

Favorite Striking technique:
Anything that involves breaking someone's face, ha ha. I love straight shots.