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Joachim Hansen Fighter Statistics

Pro MMA Record: 23-14-1

Hansen was born in Oslo, Norway to a Norwegian father and Scottish mother. Aside from his career as a fighter, he has a job driving an oil tanker. Hansen's passion in martial arts began after seeing Jackie Chan films in his youth and he began training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu when he was 19 years old. He is good friends with former UFC veteran and Norwegian Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist John Olav Einemo.

Last Fight: Tsuneo Kimura
Age: 43
Height 5'10"
Weight 155 lbs
Nick Name: "Hellboy"
Nationality: Norway
Association: 357 MMA
23 Wins
KO / TKO
7
30%
Submission
8
34%
Decisions
8
34%
14 Losses
KO / TKO
3
21%
Submission
5
35%
Decisions
5
35%

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Style Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Shootboxing
Team Hellboy Hansen MMA 357 MMA
Rank   Black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
Years active 1999–2016

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Joachim Hansen next fight?
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Joachim Hansen last fight?
Joachim Hansen lost his last fight against Tsuneo Kimura by Decision (Unanimous) on Mar. 27, 2016 at Shooto - Fight Collection in Okinawa.
Is Joachim Hansen retired?
Joachim Hansen last fought Tsuneo Kimura 6 years 8 months and 1 day ago, and should be considered retired.
Should I bet on Joachim Hansen?
Joachim Hansen has a 62% win percentage, and has been favored to win in 77% of his fights.
Out of the 9 fights we have recorded, his opening odds average is a -261 favorite, and out of 7 favored matches, he has won 57% of them.
As an underdog he has been in 2 matches, with a win rate of 0% and an odds average of +170.
According to online odds, if you had bet $100 on all 9 of Joachim Hansen betting fights, you would have lost $320.
Conversely if you had bet $100 on all of his opponents, you would have made $126.
Where is Joachim Hansen from?
Joachim Hansen is from Oslo, Norway.
Has Joachim Hansen ever been knocked out?
Joachim Hansen has lost 3 times by KO/TKO. He was last defeated by KO (Punch) from Diego Nunes on Nov. 29, 2014 at Superior Challenge 11 - Sodertalje
How long has Joachim Hansen been fighting?
Joachim Hansen has been fighting for a period of 16 years 3 months and 21 days, his first fight was on Nov. 06, 1999 at FF 3 - FinnFight 3. He has accumalated roughly 5 hours, 3 minutes and 52 seconds of professional combat.

Fight Record

W / L Opponent Event/Date Method Referee Round Time
loss Tsuneo Kimura Shooto - Fight Collection in Okinawa
Mar/27/2016
Decision (Unanimous) Minoru Toyonaga 3 5:00
loss Diego Nunes Superior Challenge 11 - Sodertalje
Nov/29/2014
KO (Punch) 2 1:51
loss Doo Won Seo Road FC 15 - Road Fighting Championship 15
May/31/2014
KO (Punches) 1 0:15
win Doo Won Seo Road FC 11 - Road Fighting Championship 11
Apr/13/2013
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) 2 3:14
loss Tatsuya Kawajiri Dream - Dream 17
Sep/24/2011
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) Moritaka Oshiro 3 2:30
win Mitsuhiro Ishida Dream - Fight for Japan: 2011 Japan Bantamweight Tournament
May/29/2011
Decision (Split) Samio Kimura 2 5:00
win Sami Aziz Superior Challenge 6 - Lion's Den
Oct/29/2010
Submission (Armbar) Grant Waterman 2 3:47
win Hideo Tokoro Dream - Dream 16
Sep/25/2010
Submission (Triangle Choke) Kenichi Serizawa 1 2:48
loss Hiroyuki Takaya Dream - Dream 14
May/29/2010
KO (Punches) Yuji Shimada 1 4:27
loss Bibiano Fernandes Dream - Dream 13
Mar/22/2010
Decision (Split) Yuji Shimada 2 5:00
loss Shinya Aoki Dream 11 - Featherweight Grand Prix 2009 Final
Oct/06/2009
Submission (Armbar) Yuji Shimada 2 4:56
win Shinya Aoki Dream 5 - Lightweight Grand Prix 2008 Final
Jul/21/2008
TKO (Punches) Yuji Shimada 1 4:19
win Kultar Gill Dream 5 - Lightweight Grand Prix 2008 Final
Jul/21/2008
Submission (Armbar) Kenichi Serizawa 1 2:33
loss Eddie Alvarez Dream 3 - Lightweight Grand Prix 2008 Quarterfinals
May/11/2008
Decision (Unanimous) Yuji Shimada 2 5:00
win Kotetsu Boku Dream 1 - Lightweight Grand Prix 2008 Opening Round
Mar/15/2008
Decision (Unanimous) Kenichi Serizawa 2 5:00
win Kazuyuki Miyata K-1 - Premium 2007 Dynamite!!
Dec/31/2007
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) Kenichi Serizawa 2 1:33
loss Eiji Mitsuoka Shooto - Back To Our Roots 6
Nov/08/2007
Decision (Majority) Taro Wakabayashi 3 5:00
win Jason Ireland Pride 33 - Second Coming
Feb/24/2007
Submission (Armbar) Steve Mazzagatti 3 2:33
loss Shinya Aoki Pride FC - Shockwave 2006
Dec/31/2006
Submission (Gogoplata) Yuji Shimada 1 2:24
win Luiz Azeredo Pride - Bushido 10
Apr/02/2006
KO (Knee) Daisuke Noguchi 1 7:09
loss Tatsuya Kawajiri Shooto - The Victory of the Truth
Feb/17/2006
Disqualification (Kick to Groin) Toshiharu Suzuki 1 0:08
loss Hayato Sakurai Pride - Bushido 9
Sep/25/2005
Decision (Unanimous) Minoru Toyonaga 2 5:00
win Yves Edwards Pride - Bushido 9
Sep/25/2005
Decision (Split) Yuji Shimada 2 5:00
win Kenichiro Togashi Shooto - Alive Road
Aug/20/2005
Decision (Unanimous) Toshiharu Suzuki 3 5:00
win Masakazu Imanari Pride - Bushido 8
Jul/17/2005
KO (Knee) Minoru Toyonaga 1 2:34
win Caol Uno K-1 - Hero's 1
Mar/26/2005
KO (Knee) Yoshinori Umeki 3 4:48
win Sergey Golyaev Euphoria - Road to the Titles
Oct/15/2004
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 3:24
win Gesias Cavalcante Shooto - 7/16 in Korakuen Hall
Jul/16/2004
Decision (Majority) Toshiharu Suzuki 3 5:00
win Metin Yakut Shooto Finland - Capital Punishment 2
Apr/05/2004
TKO (Punches) 2 3:50
loss Vitor Ribeiro Shooto - Year End Show 2003
Dec/14/2003
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) Toshiharu Suzuki 2 2:37
win Takanori Gomi Shooto - 8/10 in Yokohama Cultural Gymnasium
Aug/10/2003
Decision (Majority) Toshiharu Suzuki 3 5:00
win Rumina Sato Shooto - 3/18 in Korakuen Hall
Mar/18/2003
TKO (Punches) Toshiharu Suzuki 1 2:09
win Takumi Nakayama Shooto - Year End Show 2002
Dec/14/2002
Decision (Majority) Toshiharu Suzuki 3 5:00
win Sami Hyyppa Shooto Finland - The First Time
Oct/19/2002
Submission 1 4:00
draw Rafles la Rose CW 3 - Hells Kitchen
Aug/31/2002
Draw 2 5:00
win Olof Inger FF 5 - FinnFight 5
Nov/24/2001
Decision 0 0:00
loss Jani Lax FF 4 - FinnFight 4
Dec/02/2000
Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 1 9:25
win Marcus Peltonen FF 3 - FinnFight 3
Nov/06/1999
TKO 1 1:38