Jesse Taylor


Jesse Taylor was born in Poway, California, United States on January 2nd, 1984 and is the Boxer. At the age of 40, Jesse Taylor biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 2, 1984
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Poway, California, United States
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Mixed Martial Artist
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Jesse Taylor Life

Jesse Marcus Taylor (born January 2, 1983) is an American mixed martial arts (MMA) wrestler currently competing in the Welterweight division.

He had been a professional wrestler since 2006 and was a fertilizer in SpikeTV's The Ultimate Fighter 7's preliminary, quarterfinal, and semi-final matches, before being barred from finals due to circumstances that occurred after filming was finished.

Taylor won The Ultimate Fighter: Redemption Welterweight Tournament, later becoming a champion for top competitions, including Strikeforce, DREAM, MFC, AFC, AFC, Impact FC, Shark Fights, Cage Warriors, and Absolute Championship Berkut.


Jesse Taylor Career

Mixed martial arts career

Jesse Taylor won his entry match against Nick Rossborough by rear naked choke in the second episode. After all qualifying matches were completed, the teams were able to select the fighters they liked. Taylor was ranked sixth overall by Forrest Griffin. Griffin was to select the first preliminary bout with Quinton Jackson being the first pick for fighters. Griffin selected Taylor over Mike Dolce in the second round, and Taylor took the match again by a rear naked choke. Taylor's quarterfinal match was against Dante Rivera, which Taylor also won, this time by unanimous decision. Taylor now qualified to the semi-finals against his close friend Tim Credeur, a competition that Taylor won by unanimous decision, advancing him to the finals.

After a security camera was released to Dana White, Taylor was barred from the finals. He was seen kicking out one of a rented limousine's side windows. A ravenous female patrons and threatened hotel security, according to the hotel's staff, who yelled out loudly and screaming that he was a UFC fighter. White told Taylor that this pattern of conduct was intolerable, and that he felt Taylor did not have the mental discipline to deal with the pressures of fame and fame that being in the UFC would place on him. White told Taylor that he forfeited his place in the final match as a result of his conduct, not that an emotional Taylor should try to protest. However, White continued to thank Taylor for his participation in the program and advised him to "go home, get your life together, and call me in a few months." Silva vs. Irvin, White recalled a chat with Taylor in a UFC fight promo video from July: Silva vs. Irvin.

Taylor was offered a fight against C.B. after being banned from The Ultimate Fighter. Silva vs. Irvin at UFC Fight Night on July 19, 2008. In the first round, he was disqualified due to a Peruvian necktie submission. Taylor was banned from the UFC on July 29, according to the Wrestling Observer.

Taylor defeated Drew Fickett in his first fight since being banned from the UFC. Taylor stunned the more experienced Fickett by winning by TKO due to strikes in 1 minute and 42 seconds. Taylor went from middleweight to welterweight after the fight.

Taylor later defeated Altamirano by rear naked choke in the second round after being scheduled to face unbeaten Pat Minihan. Taylor fought in Daytona Beach, Florida, on February 14, 2009. He was supposed to face Esteban Ramos in a match. Taylor ended up battling and defeating Gert Kocani (1-0). Taylor won the second round by rear naked choke.

Jesse was killed in Colorado on March 28, 2009. He faced Chris Camozzi, defeating him by decision. Jesse was crowned King of Champions by Camozzi in a recent match. Taylor defeated MMA veteran Eric DaVila at Shark Fight 4 on May 2, 2009. After defeating Rubén Daro at Total Combat 33, Taylor won his sixth straight fight since being suspended from the UFC. The competition was for the Total Combat middleweight championship.

Taylor was offered a war for Japan promotion, DREAM, one day after his victory over Daro. Dong Sik Yoon made his debut at DREAM 10 against Korean Judoka on July 20, 2009. Taylor won after Yoon suffered his ankle and was unable to continue.

Nick Diaz was supposed to face Jay Hieron for the Welterweight Championship belt. Diaz, on the other hand, failed a pre-fight drug screening by the California State Athletic Commission, denying him a license to compete. Diaz was brought to a welterweight by Taylor, and the match was rescheduled to a non-title match. Taylor lost the match by a unanimous decision.

On the main card of the Strikeforce Challengers: Gurgel vs. Evangelista match, Taylor was fighting for his second fight for the Strikeforce promotion on November 6, 2009. In a middleweight tournament, he lost to Luke Rockhold (5-1).

Taylor has signed a two-fight contract with Maximum Fighting Championship, a Canadian-based promotion. His first fight was against Thales Leites, who lost in the first round by submission.

Taylor defeated former UFC middleweight champion Murilo Bustamante before going back to MFC for another fight. Referee John McCarthy stood up for the pair in the second round of the competition, and Bustamante seemed to have lost equilibrium and could not move forward, awarding Taylor the TKO victory.

Against Tom Watson, MFC's second match for MFC took place on the MFC 26 card's main card. Taylor defeated by unanimous vote (30-26, 30-26, 30-26).

At the inaugural Australian Fighting Championship match, Taylor was signed to face Australian knockout artist Dylan Andrews. On November 12, 2010, a fight took place in Melbourne, Australia. Taylor won the game midway into round one, choking Andrews unconscious from a guillotine choke.

At Battlefield Fight League 7, Taylor was supposed to face PRIDE FC, UFC, and Denis Kang, a DREAM veteran. butant out of the contest, while Jesse moved to Light Heavyweight to face Clay Davidson, defeating him in a unanimous decision. Kang's duel was postponed until May 28, 2011, a Battlefield Fight League 8 match. Taylor defeated Kang in a rear naked choke after being denied by submission in the first round.

In the main event at the Australian Fighting Championships, Taylor defeated Bellator Middleweight champion Hector Lombard on September 3, 2011.

At KSW XVII, Taylor substituted an injured Paulo Filho and faced Mamed Khalidov. In the first round, he was disqualified due to a kneebar submission.

On May 24, 2012 in Isa Town, Bahrain, Taylor met Judo black belt Gav Grimaud in the Cage Warriors Fight Night 6 for Grimaud's welterweight championship. Taylor dominated the first two rounds by using his wrestling to knock Grimaud down and control him throughout the round, as well as peppering Grimaud with short strikes. In the third round, Grimaud stole Taylor's back. Grimaud trapped Taylor's arm and changed to an armbar, causing Taylor to retract and therefore keep his welterweight title.

Jesse Taylor defeated former champion Chris Fields in Fields' hometown of Dublin, Ireland, 51 to win the CWFC middleweight championship.

Taylor faced Kendall Grove, the Ultimate Fighter 3 champion, just two months removed from winning the Cage Warriors middleweight title. The contest was for Taylor's K-OZ Entertainment middleweight title, which he had won back in November 2012. In Perth, Western Australia, the competition took place on February 23, 2013. Taylor controlled the fight for five rounds in a row, winning the fight by unanimous decision and defending his middleweight title.

Taylor on the Cage Warriors 54 card was his first Cage Warriors Middleweight Championship defense on May 4, 2013. Taylor fought and defeated "The White Tyson" John Phillips in the first round by submission early in the first round.

Taylor had signed an exclusive deal with the World Series of Fighting just weeks after his first successful Cage Warriors title defense. Taylor will compete in the promotion's four-man middleweight tournament, determining the first WSOF middleweight champion. Elvis Mutapi, David Branch, and Danillo Villefort are among the participants, in addition to Taylor.

In the first round of WSOF 5, Taylor was supposed to face Elvis Mutapi. The New Jersey Athletic Commission called off the match after Mutapcic was seen taking an unknown and unapproved drug backstage before the fight. For WSOF 7, the match was rescheduled. Taylor won the fight by unanimous vote.

Taylor met David Branch at World Series of Combat 10 in the Middleweight tournament final on June 21, 2014. In the first round, he lost the fight via D'arce choke submission.

On October 3, 2014, Taylor competed in the BattleGrounds MMA in a Single Night 8-Man Tournament. In the first round, he lost his quarterfinal match against Trey Houston by submission.

On April 18, 2015, Taylor will face Maiquel Falcao, a UFC veteran, in the Argentinaian mma promotion Arena Tour. In the first round, Taylor lost by guillotine choke against Falcao by 3:13.

On August 29, 2015, Taylor defeated Michail Tsarev in a League S-70 match: Russia vs. the World. He was able to win via Submission (guillotine choke).

Taylor was disqualified in the first round of the ACB's defeat to Aslambek Saidov in the ACB's 40: Battleground on June 3, 2016.

Taylor met Berkhamov at A.C. 48 on October 22, 2016. In the first round, he lost by submission (armbar).

Taylor had intended to face Guillerme Martinez at ACB 51 on January 13, 2017, but Martinez instead faced Ivan Castillo.

Taylor would be seen on Season 25 of The Ultimate Fighter on February 15, according to the cast.

Taylor made his debut in episode one as T.J. Dillashaw's second pick after former UFC Fighter James Krause. Taylor met former training partner Mehdi Baghdad in episode 3 and gained by unanimous vote to advance to the quarter-finals. In the first round, he met Hayder Hassan and captured the bout by submissiondurham. Taylor qualified for the finals over a match against James Krause in the semi-finals and advanced via submission in the third round.

Taylor defeated Dhiego Lima in the finals on July 7, 2017, the ninth year on the show. In the second round, Taylor won the fight by rear-naked choke submission.

At UFC Fight Night 121, Taylor was supposed to meet Belal Muhammad on November 19, 2017. Taylor was suspended from the card on September 13, after being warned by USADA of a potential doping infringement. After an out-of-comportance drug test was conducted on August 22, he was deemed out of place. Taylor was banned from serving positive for anti-estrogen agent clomiphene for one year as a result of testing positive on October 13, USADA announced a one-year ban on him.

Taylor was banned from his UFC contract one month after the suspension was lifted.


Is this the 'coolest house' on the Gold Coast? Popular Aussie DJs list five-bedroom, four-bathroom waterfront property for sale, April 10, 2024
Australian DJs Will Sparks and New World Sound brothers, Tyrone and Jesse Taylor, listed the $2.6million luxury Gold Coast mansion they built together on Tuesday. The trio put 'the coolest house' in Broadbeach Waters on the market after snapping it up for $2million in 2022 and dubbing it the Arch, reported While it's not clear how much the musical buddies are asking for the five bedroom, four bathroom home, median prices in the area are valued at $2.6million.

Adrian Portelli, the block's owner, is expected to 'give away' a four-bedroom Gold Coast mansion, February 23, 2023
Adrian Portelli, a celebrity on The Block, has revealed that he would be 'giving away' his $2.3 million two-story Queensland mansion as a raffle prize next month. After buying the lavish Gold Coast home offloading last July from DJ's Ty and Jesse Taylor, according to the Courier-Mail. In 2020, the two couples, who are also known as New World Sound, built the stunning waterfront Mediterranean style four-bedroom home on Sanctuary Cove.