Fighter Scouting Report: Martin Kampmann

 

 

Martin Kampmann

Vitals

6'0" 170 lbs (Welterweight)
72" reach, Orthodox
April 17, 1982

Record

20-7 (UFC: 11-6)

Current Streak

2 straight losses

Training

Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
 

Championships Held

None

Strengths

– very experienced yet still in his prime
– very dangerous striker
– knockout power in his hands, feet, knees
– versatile striker
– also very adept at submissions
– big for a welterweight – used to fight at 185, walks around north of 190
– good cardio
– extremely tough
– great at passing guard
– very active on the ground – eighth most submission attempts in UFC history
– solid takedown defense
– has never been submitted

 

Weaknesses

– average reach
– can be knocked out
– gets into brawls
– not a very accurate striker
– gets hit too often
– very weak takedown accuracy (41%)
– taken a lot of abuse over his career – chin weakening?
– doesn't move around cage & avoid strikes enough

 

Synopsis

He might be known as a striker (hence the nickname 'Hitman'), but Martin Kampmann actually possess a very well rounded fight game.  This versatile attack has propelled him to the upper echelons of the sport.

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