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Eliot Marshall His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who Is Eliot Marshall?

Eliot Andrew Marshall is a former UFC mixed martial artist, he has competed inside the octagon on a number of occasions. Eliot is better known for his appearance on season 8 of The Ultimate Fighter; Team Nogueira vs Team Mir. Eliot Marshall is also a Black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Amal Easton. 

Who Is Eliot Marshall?

Eliot Andrew Marshall is a former UFC mixed martial artist, he has competed inside the octagon on a number of occasions. Eliot is better known for his appearance on season 8 of The Ultimate Fighter; Team Nogueira vs Team Mir. Eliot Marshall is also a Black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Amal Easton. 

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Eliot Marshall started his mixed martial arts career by debuting on Ring Of Fire 24; Integrity on the 17th of June 2006. Eliot defeated Mike Altman in the first round with a keylock submission. Eliot went on to win his next three matches at ROF 27, 28 and 29, he beat Dan Green 46 seconds into the fight with a rear naked choke. Following up from ROF 27 he would defeat Danir Mihajlovic with a TKO and then Marcus Sursa at ROF 29 Aftershock with a rear naked choke. On December 1 2007 Eliot would have his first taste of defeat as he suffered a TKO at the hands of Rob MacDonald. 

In 2008 Eliot Marshall would earn himself a place on the infamous Spike TV production, The Ultimate Fighter. Joining the cast on Team Nogueira vs Team Mir, the light heavyweight Eliot Marshall would find himself on Frank Mir’s team. Heading into his first elimination round he would face off against Karn Grigoryan. In a controversial split decision Eliot lost his match, leaving all onlookers shocked as Eliot seemed the clear winner. Before Eliot left the TUF house a few of the athletes were unable to continue on the show, Eliot was given a second chance. Eliot would defeat Shane Primm in his second fight by securing a rear naked choke early in the first round. After his win Eliot called out Ryan Bader, the fight was then scheduled and Eliot would lose a unanimous decision ending his chances at becoming The Ultimate Fighter.

Eliot Marshall was awarded a fight on The Ultimate Fighter season 8 finale against Jules Bruchez. Eliot finished his opponent with a rear naked choke, he was then signed to the UFC’s roster. Eliot’s next two fights went the distance before competing at UFC Live in 2010 where he lost a split decision to Vladimir Matyushenko. Following the event Eliot Marshall was cut from the UFC.

Eliot Marshall won his next 3 matchups fighting for ROF, BTT MMA and Nemesis Fighting. Following his success Eliot Marshall was re-signed to the UFC in an attempt to rebirth his fighting career. Eliot would lose his next two matches against Luiz Cane and Brandon Vera which lead to the UFC releasing Eliot once again.    

After leaving the UFC, Eliot began competing in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments again. He fought some exceptionally tough guys and started winning events. Eliot would also become a head coach out of the Eastern Training Centre in Colorado. Eliot, who suffered from mental health issues, decided to donate the money he made from fighting towards helping other fighters that suffered from similar issues.

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How Old Is Eliot Marshall?

Eliot Marshall was born in Franklinville New Jersey USA on the 7th of July 1980, he is currently 41 years of age.

Eliot Marshall’s Family!

Eliot Marshall grew up in New Jersey, and at the age of six he started training in Soo Bahk Do after being inspired by the karate Kid. Eliot placed second in the National Championships and later was promoted to a 3rd degree Black belt. As a young man he attended Delsea Regional High School. Eliot had issues with anxiety throughout his adolescence, but he was immensely supported by his Mother and Father. In 1999 Eliot moved to Colorado and started training in Jiu Jitsu. He attended the University of Colorado and graduated with a degree in Mathematics. Eliot now resides with his wife Renee and his two sons Kannen and Simon.

How Much Is Eliot Marshall Worth?

Eliot Marshall has had a successful BJJ and MMA career, winning Pan American BJJ titles and UFC matches. Eliot has also had great success with the Easton Training Centre which he is a co-owner of. There have also been reports that Eliot Marshall has donated many of his fighting purses to help other victims of anxiety. Eliot’s net worth is estimated to be close to a million dollars. 

How Tall Is Eliot Marshall?

Eliot Marshall is 6 feet and 3 inches tall which is the equivalent to 192 centimetres.

How Much Does Eliot Marshall Weigh?

Eliot Marshall fights in the light heavyweight division and weighs in at 93 kilograms which equates to 205 lbs.

Eliot Marshall’s Fight List!

Eliot Marshall has been involved with BJJ and MMA for a long time, he has fought some extremely tough guys inside the octagon. Eliot’s fight list consists of; Mike Altman, Dan Green, Damir Mihajlovoc, Marcus Sursa, Jules Bruchez, Vinny Magalhaes, Jason Brilz, Josh Haynes, Adriano Camolese and Chris McNally. Elliot has also fought experienced BJJ fighters like; Glover Texeira, Jeremy May and Steven Hall, 

Eliot Marshall’s Best Fight of All Time!

Eliot Marshall has had many fights in his career from BJJ to MMA, he has conquered the mats and the Octagon. Eliot has won Pan American titles in Jiu Jitsu, as well as spectacular submission and TKO finishes inside the cage. After winning against Jules Bruchez in the finale of the Ultimate Fighter, Eliot’s back to back UFC wins was a highlight in his career. His unanimous decision win over Vinny Magalhaes and his split decision win over Jason Brilz were two fights that Eliot stood tall in. 

Who Did Eliot Marshall Lose To?

Eliot Marshall has lost MMA fights inside the octagon to guys like; Rob MacDonald, Vladimir Matyushenko, Josh Haynes, Luiz Cane, Brandon Vera and Ryan Badar. Eliot’s most controversial loss was his first match inside the Ultimate Fighter house when he lost to Karn Grigoryan. A fight that was speculated as one that the referee’s got completely wrong. 

Eliot Marshall’s Record!

Eliot Marshall has an MMA record of 10 wins with 4 losses including 5 submission victories. Eliot Marshall was the first American to win IBJJF Pan American Titles in Blue, Purple and Brown belt.

Eliot Marshall has an honour list that includes;

IBJJF Pan American Championships (2002 blue, 2003 purple, 2005/2006 brown) IBJJF American Nationals (2003 weight/absolute purple, 2004 weight/absolute brown) Grapplers Quest US National Championship (2004 absolute) Grapplers Quest USA Trials Championship (2005) IBJJF Pan American Championship (2001 blue) IBJJF World Championship Bronze (2006 brown)

Eliot Marshall Injuries!

Eliot Marshall has had no significant physical injuries but as a young man he suffered from depression, insomnia and anxiety. Even later on in life during his MMA career Eliot spoke about battling mental health issues. These days Eliot serves as a motivational speaker in an attempt to help other people who suffer from depression and anxiety. Eliot published a book called “The Gospel Of Fire” in his book he speaks about breaking down and then rebuilding himself again. Eliot has managed to inspire many followers who have read his book, listened to his podcasts and his motivational speeches. 

Is Eliot Marshall Retired?

At the age of 41 Eliot Marshall retired from MMA and professional BJJ competition. Elliot now spends his time preaching his words of wisdom through his motivational forums. Eliot is also now a co-owner of the Easten training Centre along with his coach and mentor Amal Easton. Eliot is the head coach of Elevation Fight Team and through their highly successful training centre they have trained athletes like; TJ Dillashaw, Curtis Blaydes, Alistair Overeem, Neil Magny and Cory Sandhagen.

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