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Sean Loeffler Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!

Sean Loeffler Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!


Who Is Sean Loeffler?

Sean Loeffler is a professional MMA fighter and boxer who has been training martial arts for the majority of his life. He has fought in some of the biggest MMA promotions such as the UFC, Bellator, and others, and has also fought on Showtime for the Roy Jones Jr boxing promotion. He is a third degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Bob Bass. Sean is currently the owner and head coach at The Compound Martial Arts and Fitness Center.

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How Old Is Sean Loeffler?

Born May 23, 1982, Sean Loeffler is 39 years old.

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Sean Loeffler Family

Sean has a daughter who is an extremely important part of his life.

How Much Is Sean Loeffler Worth?

Sean Loeffler’s estimated net worth is approximately $1.7 Million.

How Tall Is Sean Loeffler?

Sean Loeffler stands at 6 feet and 3 inches tall.

How Much Does Sean Loeffler Weigh?

Sean Loeffler has fought most of his fights between 190 and 205 pounds.

More About Sean Loeffler’s Career

Sean “The Destroyer” Loeffler is a professional MMA fighter, boxer, and Jiu Jitsu practitioner who has competed at the highest level stages in the world. Throughout his MMA career fighting for the UFC, Bellator, and other promotions, he holds a record of 33-5. He has had 25 amateur MMA fights and 11 professional MMA world championships. Sean also spent time as a professional boxer with a record of both 52-11 and then 8-1. In his boxing career  he fought on Showtime or the Roy Jones Jr boxing promotion.

Sean is also a third degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Bob Bass, who studied under JJ, Carlos and Rigan Machado for over 30 years, and the 1995 Overall World Jiu Jitsu Champion. He has competed in several Jiu Jitsu competitions, but most of his competition experience is in boxing and MMA.

Loeffler fought at the regional level for many years before having an opportunity to fight in the UFC. While fighting in the main event of Tru-Form Enertainment’s Baptism Under Fire event against Brandon Crespin in San Diego, he was hopeful that his performance would get him back on the UFC roster where he once was but it did not.

Leoffler has had a series of bad luck in his career. Just a few years earlier in 2010, Sean attained a major opportunity to fight in a tournament with Bellator MMA against one of the promotion's top middleweight fighters at the time, Bryan Baker. If Loeffler had one this fight, he would have advanced to the semifinals of the tournament and a victory there would have earned him a Bellator title shot. Just a few weeks before this fight, his head boxing coach Hector Gil was shot and killed at another gym, and one of his teammates was also shot. During the funeral, Leoffler punched a brick wall out of anger and ended up breaking his hand. This greatly affected his ability to fight, but he still showed up and ended up losing by TKO in the first round. This was his last fight for the promotion.

Afterwards he went back to fighting regionally for some time. He bounced between promotions in California such as Gladiator Challenge and Xplode Fight Series. This was obviously not ideal for him at the time, but he had to do what he had to do to stay active and try again for a shot at the UFC.

Several years later in 2012, Leoffler signed with the UFC and booked a fight against Buddy Roberts at UFC on Fuel TV in February. However, just hours before the fight Leoffler injured his ankle and the Nebraska commission deemed him unfit to fight. This injury ended up causing him to receive 8 different surgeries and his akle gone got infected twice. It was nearly a career ender and Leoffler thought he may never fight again, but he fought hard to recover. Due to his inability to fight that night, the UFC released him.

Leoffler went almost 3 years without fighting before returning in 2014 to defeat Travis McCullough with a submission in the first round at Xplode Fight Series. He quickly won his next 2 bouts after this fight as well.

In more recent times, Sean has continued to be a massively successful coach at his academy, training all kinds of talented athletes. He also has a series of instructional videos where he breaks down some of his best techniques.

Sean Loeffler Injuries

Sean Loeffler has had several injuries throughout his career, perhaps most notably the ankle injury he sustained just hours before his UFC debut at UFC on Fuel TV in February 2012. After 8 surgeries and 2 infections due to this injury, it took him nearly 3 years to get back into the cage.

Who Did Sean Leoffler Lose to?

Sean Loeffler has lost to Bryan Baker, Paul Karsky, Edgar Garcia, Keith Berry, and Uber Gallegos.

Is Sean Loeffler Retired?

Sean Loeffler has not made an official announcement about retirement from professional competition. His last fight was in March 2020, and he had scheduled bouts in October 2020 that were canceled. He also serves as the owner and head coach of his academy, The Compound Martial Arts and Fitness Center.

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