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Mansour Barnaoui Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
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Mansour Barnaoui Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

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Who is Mansour Barnaoui?

Mansour “Tarzan” Barnaoui is a French-Tunisian MMA fighter who currently trains out of the DNA Fighter gym in Paris, France. Mansour Barnaoui has spent the vast majority of his MMA career fighting in MMA promotions in Europe, including BAMMA and M-1, he even became a champion in BAMMA. 

Who is Mansour Barnaoui?

Mansour “Tarzan” Barnaoui is a French-Tunisian MMA fighter who currently trains out of the DNA Fighter gym in Paris, France. Mansour Barnaoui has spent the vast majority of his MMA career fighting in MMA promotions in Europe, including BAMMA and M-1, he even became a champion in BAMMA. 

The Giggler Sweep by Mansour Barnaoui

He now competes in the Korean MMA Promotion, Road FC, where he is currently the Road FC Lightweight champion

How Old is Mansour Barnaoui?

Mansour Barnaoui was born on September 20, 1992, in Tunisia. This makes him 28 years old at the time of writing. 

Mastering The Giggler Sweep by Sean Roberts

Mansour Barnaoui’s Family

There is not much information available about Mansour Barnaoui’s family. 

How Much is Mansour Barnaoui Worth?

Mansour Barnaoui’s 2021 net worth is currently unknown. 

How Tall is Mansour Barnaoui?

Mansour Barnaoui stands at 6 feet tall or 1.82 meters tall. 

What is Mansour Barnaoui’s Reach? 

Mansour Barnaoui’s reach is currently unknown. 

How Much Does Mansour Barnaoui Weigh?

Mansour Barnaoui competes in the lightweight class in MMA, which is 155 pounds or 70 kilograms. 

Mansour Barnaoui’s Fight List

Mansour Barnaoui’s professional fight list starts in 2011 at 100% Fight - Contenders 10 where he fought three opponents in one night. Mansour would win all these fights by submission, two by north-south choke and the other by rear-naked choke. 

After this fight Mansour Barnaoui would officially join the ranks of 100% Fight Promotions and compete next at 100% Fight - 100 Percent Fight 5 where he would get a split decision victory over Yves Landu. 

Mansour Barnaoui then competed at 100% Fight - Fight 7 against Araik Margarian. Mansour Barnaoui went on to win this fight in the second round via a rear-naked choke submission. 

After that fight, Mansour Barnaoui would move on from 100% Fight and make his debut at FC at their Fight Night 4 event against Brad Wheeler. Mansour Barnaoui would win that fight in the third round via a rear-naked choke. 

Mansour Barnaoui would go on to face his first-ever professional MMA defeat in his next fight at Instinct MMA - Instinct Fighting 4 against future UFC fighter Kevin Lee. Mansour Barnaoui would lose the match via a unanimous decision for Kevin Lee. 

Mansour Barnaoui would make a comeback at SHC 7 - Joannes vs. Rodriguez against Ivan Musardo. Mansour Barnaoui went on to win the match via TKO by punches. 

Mansour Barnaoui then went on to face another future UFC fighter, Islam Machakev, at his M-1 debut at M-1 Challenge 38 - Spring Battle. Mansour Barnaoui lost the match via a unanimous decision. 

At M-1 Global - M-1 Challenge 41 Mansour Barnaoui faced off against Zulfikar Usmanov and would pick up his first win under M-1 via a rear-naked choke late in the third round. 

Mansour Barnaoui then made his BAMMA debut at BAMMA 13 - Nunes vs. Jones against Curt Warburton. Mansour Barnaoui went on to win the match by TKO in the first round. 

 At his next match for BAMMA, Mansour Barnaoui fought against Colin Fletcher and won by rear-naked choke in the first round. 

Mansour Barnaoui would get another first-round finish at M-1 Challenge 57 - Battle in the Heart of the Continent on Maxim Divnich. Mansour Barnaoui finished the match by TKO via punches and knees late in the first round.

Mansour Barnaoui would then fall into a run of bad luck in his next two fights. First Mansour Barnaoui would face off against Ivan Buchinger M-1 Challenge 62 - Buchinger vs. Barnaoui and would lose via a unanimous decision after 5 rounds.

After that Mansour Barnaoui would lose again in his next fight to Mateusz Gamrot in his KSW debut at KSW 35 - Khalidov vs. Karaoglu. Mansour Barnaoui lost the match once again by unanimous decision. 

Mansour Barnaoui would get back in the winning column in his next match at KSW 37 - Circus of Pain against Lukasz Chlewicki where Barnaoui would win the match via Doctor Stoppage in the very first round. 

Mansour Barnaoui would then make his Road FC debut, at Road Fighting Championship 38, against Won Bin Ki. Mansour Barnaoui won the match by rear-naked choke in the first round.

Mansour Barnaoui would win in the exact same fashion in his next match at Road Fighting Championship 40 against Chang Hyun Kim, once again winning by rear-naked choke in the first round. 

At Road Fighting Championship 44, Mansour Barnaoui faced off against Nandin-Erdene Munguntsooj and once again won by rear-naked choke in the first round. 

Mansour Barnaoui would be taken to the third round for the first time in a while against Kota Shimoishi but he would still finish his opponent with a rear-naked choke. Mansour Barnaoui would go to the third round again in his next fight at Road Fighting Championship 52 against Shamil Zavurov. Mansour Barnaoui would finish this match in the third round but instead of with a submission he would do it by KO via knee. 

In his most recent match, Mansour Barnaoui faced off against A-Sol Kwon at Road Fighting Championship 53 for the Road FC lightweight championship and a $1 million dollar cash prize. 

Mansour Barnaoui won that match in the first round via a rear-naked choke. 

Mansour Barnaoui's Best Fight of All Time

Mansour Barnaoui’s best fight is probably his most recent. In this match against A-Sol Kwon for the Road FC lightweight strap and $1 million dollars. 

Mansour Barnaoui was able to dominate the early part of the short match with his clinch work and strikes from the clinch. Eventually, Barnaoui is able to drop his opponent and put him on the mat to apply some ground and pound. This eventually forces his opponent to turn over and Barnaoui was able to sink in his signature rear-naked choke to take home the gold and the cash. 

Who Did Mansour Barnaoui Lose to?

Mansour Barnaoui has lost to, in order, Kevin Lee, Islam Makhachev, Ivan Buchinger, Mateusz Gamrot. 

What is Mansour Barnaoui’s Record?

Mansour Barnaoui has had a total of 23 professional MMA bouts with 19 of those bouts being wins and only 4 being losses. 

This gives Mansour Barnoui a total win percentage of 82 percent. 

What Titles Has Mansour Barnaoui Held?

Mansour Barnaoui has held the 

  • BAMMA Lightweight Championship
  • ROAD FC Lightweight Championship

Has Mansour Barnaoui Had Any Serious Injuries?

Mansour Barnaoui has faced no serious injuries worth noting here. 

Is Mansour Barnaoui Retired?

Mansour Barnaoui is not retired and is still actively competing in MMA. He last fought at Road FC 53 on May 18, 2019. 

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