|Nickname||The Road Warrior|
|Weight Class||Welterweight (170 lbs.)|
|Height||6' 1" (185 cm)|
|Style||Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Birth Date||July 13, 1979|
|Fighting Out Of||Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada|
|Jonathan Goulet Pictures||Official Website|
Jonathan Goulet is a French Canadian mixed martial artist. He is currently fighting as a welterweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he made his successful debut at Ultimate Fight Night 2, defeating Jay Hieron by technical knockout (doctor stoppage).
|Record||23 - 12 - 0 (Win – Loss – Draw) (1 NC)|
|Loss||Chris Clements||KO (Punches)||Ringside MMA: Payback||11/13/2010||2||1:06||For Ringside MMA Welterweight Championship (Vacant)|
|Win||Matt MacGrath||TKO (Punches)||Ringside MMA: Invasion||8/07/2010||1||1:39|
|Loss||Marcus Davis||TKO (Punches)||UFC 113: Machida vs. Shogun 2||5/08/2010||2||1:23|
|Loss||Mike Swick||TKO (Punches)||UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fight for the Troops||12/10/2008||1||0:33|
|Win||Kuniyoshi Hironaka||TKO (Punches)||UFC 83: Serra vs. St. Pierre 2||4/19/2008||2||2:07||Won Fight of the Night Honors|
|Win||Paul Georgieff||Technical Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale||12/08/2007||1||4:42|
|Win||Dan Chambers||TKO (Punches)||XMMA 2: Gold Rush||11/24/2007||1||2:23|
|Loss||Dustin Hazelett||Submission (Armbar)||UFC Fight Night: Thomas vs. Florian||9/19/2007||1||1:14|
|Win||Cory MacDonald||TKO (Corner Stoppage)||KOTC: Supremacy||7/14/2007||1||5:00|
|Loss||Jason Day||Submission (Armbar)||UCW 8: Natural Invasion||6/23/2007||2||N/A|
|Win||Travis Axworthy||KO (Head Kick)||TKO 29: Repercussion||6/01/2007||1||0:08|
|Win||Jesse Bongfeldt||TKO (Punches)||TKO: MMA 2007 Tourney||3/17/2007||1||3:52|
|NC||Thomas Schulte||No Contest||TKO 28: Inevitable||2/09/2007||1||5:00|
|Loss||Josh Koscheck||Submission (Punches)||UFC Fight Night 6: Sanchez vs. Parisyan||8/17/2006||1||4:10|
|Win||Luke Cummo||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC Fight Night 5: Leben vs. Silva||6/28/2006||3||5:00|
|Loss||Duane Ludwig||TKO (Punch)||UFC Fight Night 3: Ultimate Fight Night 3||1/16/2006||1||0:11|
|Win||Shonie Carter||Submission (Bulldog Choke)||TKO 23: Extreme||11/05/2005||1||3:05|
|Win||Jay Hieron||TKO (Cut)||UFC Fight Night 2: Ultimate Fight Night 2||10/03/2005||3||1:05|
|Win||Kyle Jensen||Submission (Kimura)||TKO 21: Collision||7/15/2005||1||1:46|
|Win||Tony Fryklund||TKO (Cut)||TKO 20: Champion vs. Champion||4/02/2005||1||1:16|
|Win||John Alessio||Decision (Unanimous)||TKO 18: Impact||11/26/2004||3||5:00|
|Win||Joey Brown||KO (Knee)||TKO 17: Revenge||9/25/2004||1||0:07|
|Win||Travis Galbraith||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||TKO 16: Infernal||5/22/2004||1||1:21|
|Win||Antoine Coutu||TKO (Slam)||TKO: Future Stars||3/27/2004||1||N/A|
|Win||Alex Gasson||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||TKO 15: Unstoppable||2/28/2004||1||1:43|
|Win||Jeff Joslin||Decision (Unanimous)||TKO 14: Road Warriors||11/29/2003||2||5:00|
|Loss||Kaipo Kalama||KO (Punch)||SB 30: Collision Course||6/13/2003||1||0:12|
|Loss||Brendan Seguin||TKO||EC 49: Extreme Challenge 49||2/08/2003||3||0:46|
|Win||Jason Rigsby||KO (Kick)||EC 49: Extreme Challenge 49||2/08/2003||1||0:22|
|Win||Alexandre Daoust||Submission (Rear Naked Choke)||UCC PF 8: UCC Proving Ground 8||11/03/2002||1||1:00|
|Win||Aime Henripin||TKO||UCC PG 7: UCC Proving Ground 7||9/28/2002||1||0:28|
|Loss||Yan Pellerin||TKO||UCC PG 6: UCC Proving Ground 6||7/21/2002||1||3:10|
|Loss||Tony Fryklund||KO (Punches)||UCC 8: Fast and Furious||3/30/2002||1||3:45|
|Win||Robin Dionne||Submission (Armbar)||UCC PG 4: UCC Proving Ground 4||3/09/2002||1||1:49|
|Win||Mark Colangelo||Submission (Armbar)||UCC 7: Bad Boyz||1/25/2002||1||4:36|
|Loss||James Gabert||TKO (Punches)||UCC PG 2: UCC Proving Ground 2||12/16/2001||1||4:07|
Mixed Martial Arts Career
Goulet is often touted by the UFC as being the #2 ranked Welterweight fighter in Canada, behind the former TKO Welterweight Champion and current UFC Weleterweight Champion, Georges St. Pierre. Goulet is undefeated in the Quebec-based organization TKO, holding an unblemished record of 9 wins, 0 losses within the company.
After making a successful debut in the UFC at Ultimate Fight Night 2, Goulet suffered a first-round knockout loss to Duane Ludwig. However, Goulet rebounded, and came back to win a majority decision over The Ultimate Fighter 2 fan favorite, Luke Cummo, at Ultimate Fight Night 5.
Goulet earned his nickname, "The Road Warrior," after taking a fight on very short notice, traveling to the fight venue without his trainers or cornermen.
Goulet lost his next fight in the UFC via submission (due to strikes) to Josh Koscheck at UFC Fight Night 6 in August, and returned to TKO. He had been scheduled in a title fight for the company's welterweight title, but his opponent had to pull out. The replacement for him lost to Goulet.
In the UFC, he was defeated at UFC Fight Night 11 where he fought [[Dustin Hazelett] but rebounded with a win over Paul Georgieff at The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale. He won his next fight by TKO (Punches) at 2:07 in the second round in Montreal during UFC 83: Serra vs St. Pierre 2 against Kuniyoshi Hironaka. The fight with Hironaka earned "Fight of the Night" honors for UFC 83. Goulet was scheduled to fight Paul Kelly at UFC 85 but had to withdraw due to lack of training time. Goulet lost in 33 second to Mike Swick at UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fight for the Troops by KO due to punches.
Goulet participated on the UFC 113: Machida vs. Shogun 2 event, which took place in his home country of Canada. He faced off against Marcus Davis, who was on a two fight slide, and in much need of a win. After a closely contested first round, Davis used a perfectly placed right hand to drop his opponent in the opening seconds of the next frame. Goulet briefly recovered but the crashed to the mat for a final time when Davis unloaded a vicious uppercut. The former boxer followed Goulet to the mat and connected with additional blows until referee Phillipe Chartrier halted the action at the 1:23 mark of the round, giving Davis the win by way of TKO (Punches).