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Jared Cannonier couldn’t put Kelvin Gastelum away but he did enough to get back on a winning track in the UFC Vegas 34 main event.

After a disappointing loss in his last outing, Cannonier returned to form on Saturday night with a powerful striking arsenal that dropped Gastelum to the ground during an early exchange and he just continued to dish out a savage combination of strikes until the final horn sounded. While Gastelum had his moments and survived to the end, Cannonier had done more damage, which helped him secure the unanimous decision victory with all three judges scoring the fight 48-47 in his favor.

“It’s always glorious to go five rounds with a guy like Kelvin at that level,” Cannonier said following the win. “So winning is even more glorious if you will so I’m happy. I’m not too happy I didn’t get that finish.”

In a game of speed versus power, Cannonier was loading up with his strikes and throwing with fire behind his punches while Gastelum was tossing out fast combinations and also displaying very strong footwork.

While Cannonier was doing a good job avoiding Gastelum’s strikes in the early going with really effective side-to-side movement, he was beginning to slow down towards the latter half of the second round.

That allowed Gastelum to throw much more deliberate strikes, which started to connect with bigger pop behind his punches while also mixing in some solid inside leg kicks.

Just when it appeared that Gastelum was possibly seizing control, Cannonier unloaded a huge right hook that dropped the former middleweight title contender to the canvas. Gastelum was quick to get back to his feet as Cannonier was immediately in his face trying to follow up on the knockdown.

To his credit, Gastelum never gave an inch after recovering as he started putting pressure on Cannonier and making the former heavyweight stay nimble on his feet while defending his combinations.

As the fight moved into the championship rounds, Cannonier was once again looking for that same right hook but ended up connecting with several hard shots in consecutive order as he pressed Gastelum against the cage. Gastelum avoided taking too much damage before then grabbing onto the body lock in order to force Cannonier to defend a takedown to slow him down.

Still, Cannonier was really starting to time his opponent’s movement, which then allowed him to throw punches every time Gastelum stepped forward to engage. In return, Cannonier was uncorking his uppercuts, which were consistently catching Gastelum flush and forcing him to react from the staggering shots.

After the fight ended, Cannonier had seemingly dished out more punishment than he received, which made the scoring seem a little easier on the judges and now he’ll go home with another win on his resume.

Following a 10-month layoff between fights after falling to ex-champ Robert Whittaker last October, Cannonier seemed anxious to earn another paycheck, although ideally he’d like to just go ahead and get a title shot sooner rather than later.

“I’m broke so I need to fight,” Cannonier said. “Hopefully I get that title shot. The right name might make me say yes.”

Sours: https://www.mmafighting.com/2021/8/22/22636165/jared-cannonier-close-decision-win-over-kelvin-gastelum-declares-im-broke-ufc-vegas-34-main-event

Another weekend of fisticuffs has come and gone with UFC Vegas 34 going down inside UFC APEX last Sat. night (Aug. 21, 2021) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Plenty of fighters were left licking their wounds, including Roosevelt Roberts, who was knocked out by Ignacio Bahamondes via dazzling wheel kick (see it again here).

And Brandon Royval, who was submitted by Alexandre Pantoja by rear naked choke. But which fighter is suffering from the worst post-fight hangover, now a few days removed from the show?

Kelvin Gastelum.

Coming into his headlining bout against Jared Cannonier, Gastelum was eyeing a much-needed win after getting picked apart by former UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker in his previous fight. The former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 winner also needed the victory in order to keep his spot in the Top 10 club.

Unfortunately things didn’t go as planned for the 29 year-old veteran, who wound up losing a unanimous decision to “Killa Gorilla,” giving him his second straight loss and dropping him to 1-5 in his last six fights.

It’s not really a streak a former title contender usually has, especially one who still has the tools to hang with some of the best fighters on the planet. Since 2019, Gastelum has fought nothing but the cream of the crop and has been competitive in most of those fights. But Gastelum’s lone win since 2019 is against Ian Heinisch, who isn’t ranked in the Top 15.

Despite another setback, Gastelum isn't going to let it bring him completely down because he truly feels he isn’t too far off from being the best of the best.

“Congratulations to Jared Cannonier on a very competitive fight,” he wrote on Twitter. “Small adjustments and we’re back on top! Tonight just proved that! We’re very close to being the best in the world. Almost there and on to the next one!”

Making adjustments is indeed what Gastelum needs to do to steer his ship back in the right direction. He can always drop down to welterweight but making 170 pounds has always been a challenge for him. Changing camps is also a route some struggling fighters do, but it wouldn’t behoove Gastelum in this case because he is set up with a tremendous gym at Kings MMA with one of the best trainers in the world in Rafael Cordeiro.

Only Gastelum and his team know what needs to change in order for him to get back to the place where he was starching veterans such as Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort. The only thing we can do is guess who he will face in his comeback fight.

For my money, a fight against Brad Tavares makes sense. The Hawaiian scrapper is currently on a two-fight win streak, but he is sitting outside of the Top 10 at No. 13, while Gastelum is holding strong at No. 9. It’s a fight that benefits both athletes because Tavares can break through to becoming one of the 10 best 185-pound fighters in the world.

In Gastelum’s case, getting back into the win column is the goal here to simply prevent falling further down the 185-pound ladder and to remind the combat sports world he is far from done.

For complete UFC Vegas 34 results and coverage click here.

Sours: https://www.mmamania.com/2021/8/23/22637251/whats-next-for-kelvin-gastelum-loss-ufc-vegas-34-loss-jared-cannonier-espn-mma
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Kelvin Gastelum

American MMA fighter

Kelvin Gastelum (born October 24, 1991) is an American professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Middleweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Gastelum has competed for the UFC since he won The Ultimate Fighter 17. As of October 4, 2021, he is #9 in the UFC middleweight rankings.[5]

Early life[edit]

Gastelum is of Mexican descent. His family is from Obregon, Sonora, where he lived temporarily during his childhood.[6]

Mixed martial arts career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Gastelum won a Division III AIA state wrestling title out of Cibola High School[7] and continued to wrestle at North Idaho College, where he was ranked as high as fifth in the country (NJCAA) as a freshman before deciding to compete in mixed martial arts professionally.[4] He worked as a bail bondsman prior to training MMA full-time.[8]

After turning professional, Gastelum amassed an undefeated record of 5 wins (all finishes) and no losses before competing in The Ultimate Fighter.[9]

The Ultimate Fighter[edit]

In January 2013, it was announced that Gastelum was selected for The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen.[10] To get into the TUF house, Gastelum defeated Kito Andrews by decision. During the choosing of teams, he was picked last by Chael Sonnen for Team Sonnen.

Gastelum's next fight in the house was against Bubba McDaniel.[11] He won in the second round via rear naked choke submission.[12]

In the quarterfinals, Gastelum would take on Collin Hart. He won the fight by TKO in the first round.[13]

In the semifinals, Gastelum fought Josh Samman. He won via first round rear naked choke, and advanced to the tournament finals.[14]

Ultimate Fighting Championship[edit]

2013[edit]

Gastelum faced teammate Uriah Hall in the finals at the Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale.[15] Gastelum won the fight via split decision to win the Ultimate Fighter 17, becoming the youngest winner in the show's history at 21 years old and earned a UFC contract. After the victory, Gastelum announced he would be moving down a weight class to compete in the UFC 's welterweight division.[16]

Gastelum was expected to face Paulo Thiago on August 28, 2013 at UFC Fight Night 27.[17] However, Thiago pulled out of the bout citing a knee injury and was replaced by Brian Melancon.[18] Gastelum finished Melancon via rear naked choke in the first round.[19]

Gastelum was expected to face Court McGee on December 14, 2013 at UFC on Fox 9, but was forced to withdraw due to a torn PCL.[20]

2014[edit]

Gastelum faced Rick Story on March 15, 2014 at UFC 171, a fight that he had specifically asked for.[21] He won the back-and-forth fight via split decision (28–29, 29–28, and 30–27).[22]

Gastelum faced Nico Musoke on June 28, 2014 at UFC Fight Night 44.[23] Gastelum missed weight by one and three-quarter pounds and forfeited 20% of his fight purse to Musoke.[24] He won the fight via unanimous decision.[25]

Gastelum next fought Jake Ellenberger on November 15, 2014 at UFC 180 as the co-main event.[26] He won the fight in the first round via rear-naked choke.[27] The win also earned Gastelum his first Performance of the Night bonus award.[28]

2015[edit]

Gastelum next faced Tyron Woodley on January 31, 2015 at UFC 183. He missed weight by 10 lbs and was fined 30% of his fight purse which would be given to Woodley.[29] He lost the fight via split decision. In the post-fight interview with Joe Rogan, Woodley said that he would not accept 30% of Gastelum's purse, as him missing weight and losing was enough punishment.[30]

Due to Gastelum not being able to make weight on two occasions while fighting in the welterweight division in the UFC, UFC president Dana White ordered Gastelum to move up to middleweight.[31] In his return to middleweight, Gastelum faced Nate Marquardt at UFC 188 on June 13, 2015.[32] He won the fight via TKO after Marquardt's corner stopped the fight between the second and third round.[33]

Gastelum was expected to face Matt Brown in a welterweight bout on November 21, 2015 at The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 2 Finale.[34] However, Brown withdrew from the fight due to an ankle injury suffered in training.[35] He was replaced by Neil Magny.[36] Gastelum lost the fight by split decision.[37] Both participants earned Fight of the Night honors.[38]

2016[edit]

Gastelum was scheduled to face Kyle Noke on January 2, 2016 at UFC 195,[39] however, Gastelum pulled out due to a wrist injury and was replaced by Alex Morono.[40]

Gastelum next faced Johny Hendricks on July 9, 2016 at UFC 200.[41] He won the fight via unanimous decision (29–28, 30–27, and 30–27).[42]

Gastelum was expected to face Donald Cerrone at UFC 205 but, on the day of the weigh-ins, Gastelum did not make an attempt to formally make the 171 lbs limit and the bout was scrapped.[43][44] This made it the third time Gastelum failed to make the 170 lb weight limit, prompting Dana White to say that he will "never let him fight at 170 again".[45]

Gastelum returned to middleweight and faced Tim Kennedy on December 10, 2016 at UFC 206.[46] He won the fight via TKO in the third round.[47]

2017[edit]

Gastelum next fought Vitor Belfort on March 11, 2017 in the main event at UFC Fight Night 106.[48] He won the fight via TKO in the first round.[49] The win also earned Gastelum a Performance of the Night bonus award.[50]

Gastelum was expected to face Anderson Silva at UFC 212.[51] However, he was pulled from the event after USADA learned he tested positive for high levels of marijuana metabolite Carboxy-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Carboxy-THC) above the 180 ng/mL allowance by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) from his previous drug test for his bout against Belfort.[52] On May 7, Gastelum's win over Belfort was officially overturned to a "No Contest" and he was suspended 90 days (retroactive to the March 11 test date).[53] The Performance of the Night which Gastelum had been awarded against Vitor Belfort was also rescinded.

Gastelum faced Chris Weidman on July 22, 2017 in the main event at UFC on Fox 25.[54] Gastelum lost the fight via submission in the third round.[55]

The bout with Anderson Silva was rescheduled and was expected to take place at a UFC Fight Night on November 25, 2017.[56] However, Silva was pulled from the bout due to failing a USADA drug test and was replaced by Michael Bisping.[57] Gastelum defeated Bisping by knockout in the first round.[58] He also earned his second Performance of the Night bonus award.[59]

2018[edit]

Gastelum faced Ronaldo Souza on May 12, 2018 at UFC 224.[60] He won the back and forth fight via split decision.[61] Both combatants received the Fight of the Night bonus.[62]

2019[edit]

In July 2018, the UFC announced that Gastelum and Robert Whittaker were selected as coaches for Ultimate Fighter 28 [63] On November 2, 2018, it was announced that Gastelum was scheduled to face Whittaker for the middleweight title on February 9, 2019 at UFC 234.[64] However, Whittaker pulled out of the event a few hours prior and forced to undergo emergency dual surgery later in the day due to an abdominal hernia of the intestine and a twisted and collapsed bowel.[65]

Gastelum faced Israel Adesanya on April 13, 2019 at UFC 236 for the interim UFC Middleweight championship.[66] He lost the fight via unanimous decision in a back and forth fight.[67] This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award,[68] and was later voted the 2019 Fight of the Year by multiple MMA media outlets.[69][70]

Gastelum faced Darren Till at UFC 244 in New York City, New York on November 2, 2019.[71] Subsequent to the event's weigh-ins, the NYSAC issued a rare statement that they would be pursuing disciplinary action against Gastelum. Per the statement, the Athletic Commission stated upon review of Gastelum's weigh-in video that they "determined that Mr. Gastelum made contact with another person while on the scale, a violation of the weigh in policy. As the result, Gastelum and his coach, Rafael Cordeiro, were fined $1,000 and $200 respectively by New York State Athletic Commission.[72] The official weight determination would not be disturbed, and Mr. Gastelum would not be disqualified from competing in UFC 244."[73] He lost the fight via split decision.[74] Gastelum was suspended by USADA for 9 months for testing testing positive for marijuana in relation to his bout with Darren Till at UFC 244 in November 2019 but the suspension was reduced to 5 months after Gastelum's successful completion of a drug treatment program.[75]

2020[edit]

Gastelum faced Jack Hermansson on July 19, 2020 at UFC Fight Night 172.[76] He lost the fight via heel hook in round one.[77]

2021[edit]

Gastelum was scheduled to face Ian Heinisch on January 30, 2021 at UFC Fight Night 186.[78] On December 26, 2020, it was announced that the bout has moved to UFC 258 on February 13, 2021.[79] Gastelum won the fight via unanimous decision.[80]

Gastelum faced Robert Whittaker, replacing Paulo Costa, on 17 April 2021 at UFC on ESPN 22.[81] Gastelum lost the fight via unanimous decision.[82] This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award.[83]

Gastelum faced Jared Cannonier on August 21, 2021 at UFC on ESPN 29.[84] Gastelum lost the fight via unanimous decision.[85]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Professional record breakdown
25 matches16 wins8 losses
By knockout6 0
By submission4 2
By decision6 6
No contests1
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 16–8 (1) Jared CannonierDecision (unanimous) UFC on ESPN: Cannonier vs. GastelumAugust 21, 20215 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 16–7 (1) Robert WhittakerDecision (unanimous) UFC on ESPN: Whittaker vs. GastelumApril 17, 20215 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Fight of the Night.
Win 16–6 (1) Ian HeinischDecision (unanimous) UFC 258February 13, 20213 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 15–6 (1) Jack HermanssonSubmission (heel hook) UFC Fight Night: Figueiredo vs. Benavidez 2July 19, 20201 1:18 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Loss 15–5 (1) Darren TillDecision (split) UFC 244November 2, 20193 5:00 New York City, New York, United States
Loss 15–4 (1) Israel AdesanyaDecision (unanimous) UFC 236April 13, 20195 5:00 Atlanta, Georgia, United States For the interim UFC Middleweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 15–3 (1) Ronaldo SouzaDecision (split) UFC 224May 12, 20183 5:00 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Fight of the Night.
Win 14–3 (1) Michael BispingKO (punch) UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. GastelumNovember 25, 20171 2:30 Shanghai, China Performance of the Night.
Loss 13–3 (1) Chris WeidmanSubmission (arm-triangle choke) UFC on Fox: Weidman vs. GastelumJuly 22, 20173 3:45 Uniondale, New York, United States
NC 13–2 (1) Vitor BelfortNC (overturned by STJDMMA) UFC Fight Night: Belfort vs. GastelumMarch 11, 20171 3:52 Fortaleza, Brazil Originally a TKO (punches) win for Gastelum; overturned after he tested positive for a marijuana metabolite.
Win 13–2 Tim KennedyTKO (punches) UFC 206December 10, 20163 2:45 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Return to Middleweight.
Win 12–2 Johny HendricksDecision (unanimous) UFC 200July 9, 20163 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Catchweight (171.25 lb) bout; Hendricks missed weight.
Loss 11–2 Neil MagnyDecision (split) The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 2 Finale: Magny vs. GastelumNovember 21, 20155 5:00 Monterrey, Mexico Fight of the Night.
Win 11–1 Nate MarquardtTKO (corner stoppage) UFC 188June 13, 20152 5:00 Mexico City, Mexico Middleweight bout.
Loss 10–1 Tyron WoodleyDecision (split) UFC 183January 31, 20153 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Catchweight (180 lb) bout; Gastelum missed weight.
Win 10–0 Jake EllenbergerSubmission (rear-naked choke) UFC 180November 15, 20141 4:46 Mexico City, Mexico Performance of the Night.
Win 9–0 Nico MusokeDecision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs. StephensJune 28, 20143 5:00 San Antonio, Texas, United States Catchweight (172.75 lb) bout; Gastelum missed weight.
Win 8–0 Rick StoryDecision (split) UFC 171March 15, 20143 5:00 Dallas, Texas, United States
Win 7–0 Brian MelanconSubmission (rear-naked choke) UFC Fight Night: Condit vs. Kampmann 2August 28, 20131 2:26 Indianapolis, Indiana, United States Welterweight debut.
Win 6–0 Uriah HallDecision (split) The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen FinaleApril 13, 20133 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won The Ultimate Fighter 17 Middleweight Tournament.
Win 5–0 Mike Ashford TKO (punches) Rage in the Cage 161 July 20, 20121 1:57 Chandler, Arizona, United States
Win 4–0 Bill Smallwood Submission (rear-naked choke) Cage Rage: On the River 2 July 7, 20121 0:56 Parker, Arizona, United States
Win 3–0 Mike Gentile TKO (punches) Desert Rage Full Contact Fighting 10 October 22, 20112 2:32 Yuma, Arizona, United States
Win 2–0 Yair Moguel Submission (kimura) Latin American Warriors 1: Heatwave July 16, 20113 2:26 Mexicali, Mexico
Win 1–0 Jose Sanchez TKO (submission to punches) Latin American Fighter 1: Border Wars December 11, 20102 1:38 Mexicali, Mexico

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Exhibition record breakdown
4 matches4 wins0 losses
By knockout1 0
By submission2 0
By decision1 0
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 4–0 Josh SammanSubmission (rear-naked choke) The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team SonnenApril 9, 2013 (air date) 1 4:03 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States TUF 17 semi-final.
Win 3–0 Collin Hart TKO (punches) March 26, 2013 (air date) 1 0:33 TUF 17 quarter-final.
Win 2–0 Bubba McDanielSubmission (rear-naked choke) February 17, 2013 (air date) 2 2:39 TUF 17 elimination round.
Win 1–0 Kito Andrews Decision (unanimous) January 22, 2013 (air date) 2 5:00 TUF 17 preliminary round.

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See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kelvin_Gastelum
Kelvin Gastelum wants to prove his championship potential in return vs. Jared Cannonier - ESPN MMA

Kelvin Gastelum next fight will be announced later.

The last fight of Kelvin Gastelum took place on August 21, 2021 against Jared CannonierJared Cannonier.
Gastelum lost by unanimous decision (UD).

Kelvin Gastelum's last fight

MMA career

How many fights did Kelvin Gastelum have?

DateOpponentResultNotes
2021-08-21Jared CannonierLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2021-04-17Robert WhittakerLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2021-02-13Ian HeinischWin
Decision (Unanimous)
2020-07-18Jack HermanssonLoss
Submission (Heel Hook)
2019-11-02Darren TillLoss
Decision (Split)
2019-04-13Israel AdesanyaLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2018-05-12Ronaldo SouzaWin
Decision (Split)
2017-11-25Michael BispingWin
KO (Punch)
2017-07-22Chris WeidmanLoss
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
2017-03-11Vitor BelfortNo contest
No Contest (Overturned by STJDMMA)
2016-12-10Tim KennedyWin
TKO (Punches)
2016-07-09Johny HendricksWin
Decision (Unanimous)
2015-11-21Neil MagnyLoss
Decision (Split)
2015-06-13Nate MarquardtWin
TKO (Corner Stoppage)
2015-01-31Tyron WoodleyLoss
Decision (Split)
2014-11-15Jake EllenbergerWin
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
2014-06-28Nicholas MusokeWin
Decision (Unanimous)
2014-03-15Rick StoryWin
Decision (Split)
2013-08-28Brian MelanconWin
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
2013-04-13Uriah HallWin
Decision (Split)
2012-07-20Mike AshfordWin
TKO (Punches)
2012-07-07Bill SmallwoodWin
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
2011-10-22Mike GentileWin
TKO (Punches)
2011-07-16Yair MoguelWin
Submission (Kimura)
2010-12-11Jose SanchezWin
TKO (Submission to Punches)

Who all beat Kelvin Gastelum?

DateOpponentResultNotes
2021-08-21Jared CannonierLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2021-04-17Robert WhittakerLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2020-07-18Jack HermanssonLoss
Submission (Heel Hook)
2019-11-02Darren TillLoss
Decision (Split)
2019-04-13Israel AdesanyaLoss
Decision (Unanimous)
2017-07-22Chris WeidmanLoss
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
2015-11-21Neil MagnyLoss
Decision (Split)
2015-01-31Tyron WoodleyLoss
Decision (Split)
MMA artist Kelvin Gastelum

MMA artist Kelvin Gastelum

Kelvin Gastelum is an American MMA artist, who competes in the middleweight division.
As a professional athlete, Gastelum has been performing for 10 years.

Kelvin was born in San Jose, California, USA, on October 24, 1991.
He currently resides in Yuma, Arizona, USA.

Pro debut

A 19-year-old Gastelum made his professional debut on December 11, 2010 against Jose Sanchez.
Kelvin won by technical knockout (TKO).

Current world MMA middleweight champions

Sours: https://champinon.info/mma/kelvin-gastelum/

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    Austin Lingo

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    Decision - Unanimous

    +105odds-125

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    Brian Kelleher

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    Bea Malecki

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    William Knight

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Sours: https://www.ufc.com/event/ufc-fight-night-august-21-2021
Jared Cannonier v Kelvin Gastelum - UFC Fight Highlights

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Jared Cannonier

0

1

89

81

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Cannonier vs. Gastelum

Aug. 21, 2021

U-DEC

5

5:00

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Robert Whittaker

0

0

62

150

1

4

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Whittaker vs. Gastelum

Apr. 17, 2021

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Ian Heinisch

0

0

38

27

6

1

0

2

UFC 258: Usman vs. Burns

Feb. 13, 2021

U-DEC

3

5:00

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Jack Hermansson

0

0

0

2

1

0

0

1

UFC Fight Night: Figueiredo vs. Benavidez 2

Jul. 18, 2020

SUB

Heel Hook

1

1:18

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Darren Till

0

0

40

36

1

1

0

0

UFC 244: Masvidal vs. Diaz

Nov. 02, 2019

S-DEC

3

5:00

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Israel Adesanya

0

4

91

109

1

0

0

2

UFC 236: Holloway vs. Poirier 2

Apr. 13, 2019

U-DEC

5

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Jacare Souza

1

0

53

64

0

1

0

1

UFC 224: Nunes vs. Pennington

May. 12, 2018

S-DEC

3

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Michael Bisping

1

0

14

7

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Gastelum

Nov. 25, 2017

KO/TKO

Punch

1

2:30

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Chris Weidman

1

0

26

36

0

7

0

2

UFC Fight Night: Weidman vs. Gastelum

Jul. 22, 2017

SUB

Arm Triangle

3

3:45

nc

Kelvin Gastelum

Vitor Belfort

2

0

26

10

0

0

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Belfort vs. Gastelum

Mar. 11, 2017

Overturned

Punch

1

3:52

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Tim Kennedy

1

0

62

45

0

3

0

0

UFC 206: Holloway vs. Pettis

Dec. 10, 2016

KO/TKO

Punches

3

2:45

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Johny Hendricks

0

0

124

70

0

1

0

0

UFC 200: Tate vs Nunes

Jul. 09, 2016

U-DEC

3

5:00

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Neil Magny

2

0

54

54

2

6

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Magny vs Gastelum

Nov. 21, 2015

S-DEC

5

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Nate Marquardt

0

0

59

18

1

0

0

0

UFC 188: Velasquez vs Werdum

Jun. 13, 2015

KO/TKO

2

5:00

loss

Kelvin Gastelum

Tyron Woodley

0

0

32

27

0

0

0

0

UFC 183: Silva vs Diaz

Jan. 31, 2015

S-DEC

3

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Jake Ellenberger

0

0

16

10

1

1

1

0

UFC 180: Werdum vs Hunt

Nov. 15, 2014

SUB

Rear Naked Choke

1

4:46

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Nicholas Musoke

0

0

67

36

0

2

0

0

UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs Stephens

Jun. 28, 2014

U-DEC

3

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Rick Story

0

1

59

45

1

0

0

0

UFC 171: Hendricks vs Lawler

Mar. 15, 2014

S-DEC

3

5:00

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Brian Melancon

1

0

14

7

1

0

1

0

UFC Fight Night: Condit vs Kampmann 2

Aug. 28, 2013

SUB

Rear Naked Choke

1

2:26

win

Kelvin Gastelum

Uriah Hall

0

0

31

44

3

2

0

0

The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen Finale

Apr. 13, 2013

S-DEC

3

5:00

Sours: http://ufcstats.com/fighter-details/8c0580d4fff106c1

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Mick Maynard's Shoes: What's next for Kelvin Gastelum after UFC on ESPN 29 loss?

(ALSO SEE: Mick Maynard’s Shoes: What’s next for Jared Cannonier after UFC on ESPN 29 win?)

Kelvin Gastelum fell short in another high-profile middleweight fight Saturday with a loss to Jared Cannonier in the UFC on ESPN 29 main event.

Gastelum (16-8 MMA, 11-8 UFC) suffered the fifth loss in his past six fights with a unanimous decision defeat to Cannonier (14-5 MMA, 7-5 UFC) at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.

Although “The Ultimate Fighter 17′ winner expressed afterward he thought he should’ve got his hand raised, the official result went the other way, and now Gastelum has to reassess his career situation once again.

What does the loss mean for Gastelum? Watch the video above for thoughts and analysis on his future after UFC on ESPN 29.

Twitter reacts to Jared Cannonier's main event win over Kelvin Gastelum at UFC on ESPN 29

Sours: https://mmajunkie.usatoday.com/2021/08/ufc-on-espn-29-kelvin-gastelum-next-fight-matchmaker-loss-jared-cannonier-decision


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