Kyle Bochniak Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Kyle Bochniak?
Kyle Bochniak is an American MMA fighter from Gloucester, Massachusetts, who has competed in the UFC. Kyle Bochniak began his martial arts journey in 2010 after a life of substance abuse issues and run-ins with the law forced him into 5-year probation in Hartford, Connecticut.
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There he managed to find his way into a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu school and from there he began to train in the art, as well as in MMA.
Kyle Bochniak started his amateur MMA career a year later in 2011 and compiled an amateur record of 5 wins and 1 loss. In 2014 Kyle Bochniak made the move to professional competition with his first fight being at CES MMA 21 on January 24, 2014, against Peter Bertucci. Kyle Bochniak won that match in the first round via a rear-naked choke.
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From there Kyle Bochniak would compete exclusively for the CES MMA promotion for his next 6 fights until he would make his UFC debut at UFC Fight Night: Dillashaw vs. Cruz on January 17, 2016.
Kyle Bochniak took the match on short notice to fill in for Jimy Hettes who was going to fight Charles Rosa. Kyle Bochniak took on Charles Rosa and while he was able to score a knockdown in the first round, Kyle Bochniack ultimately lost the match via a split decision.
Kyle Bochniak would then go on to have his next 6 fights in the UFC before parting ways with the UFC in January of 2020.
Kyle Bochniak would go on to have his next and most recent fight on January 30, 2021, at XMMA: Vick vs Fialho. Kyle Bochniak faced off against Caio Uruguai at the event and won the match via a unanimous decision.
How Old is Kyle Bochniak?
Kyle Bochniak was born on February 5, 1987, which makes him 34 years old at the time of writing. Kyle Bochniak was born in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Kyle Bochniak’s Family
Kyle Bochniak is married to his wife, Brittini Bochniak
How Much is Kyle Bochniak Worth?
Kyle Bochniak’s net worth as of 2021 is unknown.
How Tall is Kyle Bochniak?
Kyle Bochniak stands at 5 feet 7 inches tall or 170 centimeters tall
What is Kyle Bochniak’s Reach?
Kyle Bochniak’s reach is 70 inches or 178 centimeters
How Much Does Kyle Bochniak Weigh?
Kyle Bochniak fights in the featherweight division, which is 145 pounds or 66 kilograms.
Kyle Bochniak’s Fight List
Kyle Bochniak had his first professional match in 2014 against Peter Bertucci CES MMA 21 and won that match via rear-naked choke in the first round.
Kyle Bochniak then fought again at CES MMA 22 against Marius Enache. Kyle Bochniak won that match via TKO in the second round using punches.
After taking his next 4 professional MMA fights with CES MMA, he made his UFC debut on short notice against Charles Rosa. Kyle Bochniak was able to score a knockdown in the first round, Kyle Bochniack ultimately lost the match via a split decision.
Kyle Bochniak fared better in his next fight in the UFC against Enrique Barzola where he won the fight via a split decision.
Kyle Bochniak would then face off against Jeremy Kennedy at UFC on Fox: Weidman vs. Gastelum. Kyle Bochniak lost that match via a unanimous decision.
In his next fight, Kyle Bochniak would face off against Brandon Davis at UFC 220 and he won that match via a unanimous decision
Kyle Bochniak would go on to lose his next three UFC matches against Zabit Magomedsharipov, Hakeem Dawodu and Sean Woodson all by decision.
After that Kyle Bochniak would then leave the UFC in early 2020. Kyle Bochniak wouldn’t fight again until January 30, 2021, at XMMA: Vick vs Fialho. Kyle Bochniak would fight against Caio Uruguai. Kyle Bochniak would score a unanimous decision win in this match.
Kyle Bochniak's Best Fight of All Time
Kyle Bochniak’s best and probably most notable match was his fight against Zabit Magomedsharipov at UFC 223. While Kyle Bochniak did lose the match he showed his heart and drive despite being taken into deep waters by his opponent.
Kyle Bochniak’s opponent was able to maintain distance and land a lot of shots, however despite that Kyle Bochniak was still able to pressure forward on his opponent and slip and rip shots, especially early. Kyle Bochniak was able to force a brawl out of the taller and longer opponent.
Kyle Bochniak was also able to effectively defend against the vast majority of the shots that his opponent was throwing at him and anything that he did take he was about to not let it land on him clean.
As the fight went on and even after all the damage that Kyle Bochniak absorbed he was still game the whole time and you could see that the pressure was very much beginning to affect his opponent. While his opponent was desperate to get a hand on Kyle, Kyle was able to keep going. If the fight was a 5 round main event instead of just a 3 round affair, the fight would have likely ended very differently.
Despite losing the unanimous decision, Kyle Bochniak did have a great showing at this fight and even won a fight of the night bonus.
Who Did Kyle Bochniak Lose to?
Across Kyle Bochniak’s short career, he has lost to 5 fighters. These fighters are, in order, Charles Rosa, Jeremy Kennedy, Zabit Magomedsharipov, Hakeem Dawodu and Sean Woodson.
What is Kyle Bochniak’s Record?
Kyle Bochniak has had a total of 14 professional MMA bouts. Out of those 14 fights, he has won 9, with 4 of those wins being finishes and lost 5.
That is a total win percentage of 65%
What Titles Has Kyle Bochniak Held?
Kyle Bochniak hasn’t won any titles in MMA but he did receive a fight-of-the-night bonus in his match against Zabit Magomedsharipov.
Has Kyle Bochniak Had Any Serious Injuries?
Kyle Bochniak has not suffered any major injuries worth mentioning here.
Is Kyle Bochniak Retired?
Kyle Bochniak has not retired but he did part ways with the UFC in 2020 to compete in more regional events and promotions.
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