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Jeremy Horn Biography: Jeremy Graham Horn is a mixed martial artist from the United States. Horn is most known for fighting in smaller American promotions, although he has also participated in some top MMA companies.

Jeremy Horn Biography

Jeremy Horn Biography: Jeremy Horn was born on August 25, 1975, in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised there with two half-brothers, Sid and Matt Anderson, and his younger brother, Marshall Horn. Ruth, the boys’ single mother, grew them all. He began practicing with his brother Matt, an aggressive youngster, when he was 12 years old. Horn worked in construction before becoming a full-time MMA fighter. He is recognized for his stamina, having fought 119 times in his career, and his grappling abilities, having won 53 of his 91 fights through knockout.

Jeremy Horn Wiki

NameJeremy Horn
Date Of BirthAugust 25, 1975
Birth PlaceOmaha, Nebraska
Height6ft 1inch
Zodiac SignVirgo
ProfessionMixed Martial Artist
Net Worth$5 Million
Car CollectionN/A

What is Jeremy Horn’s Net Worth?

According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Jeremy Horn has a net worth of $5 million.

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Jeremy Horn Biography

Jeremy Horn MMA Career

Robert Bussey, the founder of Warrior International, provided Jeremy Horn with his earliest martial arts training. In 1992, Horn earned an RBWI black belt from Bussey and spent most of his career with Iowa’s Miletich Fighting Systems team. Horn is training in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his team, Elite Performance.

Early in 1996, Horn debuted professionally in a warehouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Horn won the match in less than two minutes via armbar submission and went on to amass a 9-2-3 record with eight submission victories before being invited to compete in the UFC.

Jeremy Horn UFC Career

At UFC 17 on May 15, 1998, Jeremy Horn made his UFC debut against then-UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Frank Shamrock in a bout for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship. Horn was knocked down with a kneebar at 16:28 into the match. In the UFC, he also fought Jason Godsey.

Five bouts later, Horn made his next appearance for the organization at UFC Brazil against Brazilian Vale Tudo fighter Ebenezer Fontes Braga. A guillotine hold defeated Horn at 3:27 of the first round. Horn recovered from the defeat by going 9-0-1 in his remaining ten bouts, including two victories in the IFC and a draw against Keichiro Yamamiya in his Pancrase debut.

Jeremy Horn Biography

Jeremy Horn returned to the UFC at UFC 19 to battle Chuck Liddell, the future UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and UFC Hall of Fame inductee. Horn incapacitated Liddell with an arm-triangle hold twelve minutes into the fight, the only submission defeat of Liddell’s career.

In RINGS, Horn faced six-time UFC Champion & UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture, who outstruck Horn in the clinch and took him down multiple times, resulting in a unanimous decision loss for Horn. Horn faced Australian Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert Elvis Sinosic at UFC 30 after losing to Couture. Sinosic, who entered the fight with a career record of 3-3-1, stopped Horn with an armbar. Two bouts after losing by a majority decision to Ricardo Arona in a rematch, Horn was invited to compete in the Pride Fighting Championships.

Jeremy fought Sean Salmon after leaving the UFC and finished him in the first round with a rear-naked choke to claim the IFC Middleweight Championship. On September 23, 2010, at Bellator 30, Horn competed against Bryan Baker for the Bellator Fighting Championships. A unanimous decision defeated Horn.

Jeremy Horn was scheduled to face UFC and WEC veteran Jake Rosholt on the “Bad Boys 2” card for King of the Cage on April 16, 2010, but the fight was canceled due to a neck injury incurred by Rosholt the day before the event.

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