Is Duke Roufus related to Rick Roufus?

Is Duke Roufus related to Rick Roufus?

Duke Roufus started training in martial arts at an early age. He is the younger brother of kickboxer Rick “The Jet” Roufus. His professional kickboxing career saw him collect a number of titles. During the 1990s he won the W.K.A.

Who does Duke Roufus train?

Roufus also runs the Roufusport Fight Team, which includes UFC Welterweight Champion Tyrone Woodley, former UFC Lightweight Champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis, Erik “New Breed” Koch, Sergio “The Phenom” Pettis, Phil Brooks (CM Punk), Paul Felder, Belal Muhammad and Gerald Meerschaert III, in addition to Bellator star …

How old is roufus?

52 years (February 19, 1970)Duke Roufus / Age

Who trains roufusport?


Est. 2006
Primary trainers Duke Roufus Raufeon Stots Anthony Pettis Scott Cushman Craig Eckelberg
Past titleholders Anthony Pettis Tyron Woodley Jens Pulver Rose Namajunas Ben Askren
Training facilities Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.
Website Official Website

Who beat Rick Roufus?

Changpuek is a seven time world champion who has fought some of the world’s best fighters at middleweight to heavyweight and has wins against world class fighters such as Rob Kaman (x3), Rick Roufus, Peter Smit and Tosca Petridis.

What happened to Dennis Munson Jr?

After Dennis Munson Jr. died in March, promoter Scott Joffe told Roufusport fighters and others that the 24-year-old kickboxer died as a result of sickle cell trait, an underlying medical condition. Joffe told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Munson did not disclose he had sickle cell trait on medical forms.

What weight class is Pettis?

Anthony Pettis
Weight 155 lb (70 kg; 11 st 1 lb)
Division Welterweight (170 lbs) (2008, 2019–2020) Lightweight (155 lbs) (2007–2016, 2017–2018, 2020, 2021–present) Featherweight (145 lbs) (2016)
Reach 721⁄2 in (184 cm)
Fighting out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Who is the legendary Muay Thai fighter?

Samart Payakaroon – considered by many to be the greatest Muay Thai fighter of all time, becoming Lumpinee stadium champion in four different weight divisions from 1980 to 1981, as well as a WBC world champion in boxing at the Super bantamweight class in 1986. He is the younger brother of Kongtoranee Payakaroon.