|Association||Lloyd Irvin Martial Arts|
|Weight Class||Bantamweight (135 lbs.)|
|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
|Style||Muay Thai, Freestyle Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Fighting Out Of||Temple Hills, Maryland|
|Mike Easton Pictures||Mike Easton In Depth Analysis|
|Record||13 - 2 - 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)|
|Loss||Raphael Assuncao||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC on FOX 5: Henderson vs. Diaz||12/8/2012||3||5:00|
|Win||Ivan Menjivar||Decision (Unanimous)||UFC 148: Silva vs. Sonnen 2||7/7/2012||3||5:00|
|Win||Jared Papazian||Decision (Majority)||UFC on FX 1: Guillard vs. Miller||1/20/2012||3||5:00|
|Win||Byron Bloodworth||TKO (Knees and Punches)||UFC on Versus 6: Cruz vs. Johnson||10/01/2011||2||4:52|
|Win||Chase Beebe||Decision (Split)||UWC 7: Redemption||10/03/2009||5||5:00||Defended UWC Bantamweight Championship|
|Win||Josh Ferguson||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UWC 6: Capital Punishment||4/25/2009||1||4:06||Defended UWC Bantamweight Championship|
|Win||Justin Robbins||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||UWC: Man "O" War||2/21/2009||3||4:44||Won UWC Bantamweight Championship|
|Win||John Dodson||Decision (Split)||UWC: Confrontation||10/11/2008||3||5:00|
|Win||Gerald Lovato||KO (Punch)||UWC: Invasion||4/26/2008||1||2:48||UWC debut|
|Loss||Reynaldo Duarte||TKO||CSC: Combat Sport Challenge||9/29/2007||1||1:36|
|Win||Hudson Rocha||KO (Punch)||Fury FC 2: Final Combat||11/30/2006||2||0:45|
|Win||Rick Desper||Decision (Unanimous)||RF 12: Reality Fighting 12||4/29/2006||3||N/A|
|Win||Jay Isip||TKO (Strikes)||RF 6: Reality Fighting 6||4/03/2004||2||1:42|
|Win||Jason Taylor||Decision (Unanimous)||CSC: Combat Sport Challenge||1/31/2004||2||5:00|
|Win||Anibal Torres||Decision (Unanimous)||RF 3: Reality Fighting 3||2/08/2003||3||5:00|
Mixed Martial Arts Career
Mike Easton began competing in professional mixed martial arts in 2003, going 5-0 in his first three fights, before suffering his first career loss in his only fight in 2007.
In 2008 Easton made his UWC debut against Gerald Lovato, where he defeated his opponent via KO (Punch). He then defeated TapouT reality show veteran and Greg Jackson trained John Dodson via split decision. The win placed him in the position to compete for the promotion's Bantamweight title. He was first expected to compete against former WEC Bantamweight Champion Chase Beebe, but Beebe never appeared for the weigh-ins, stating that an injury he had received during training made cutting the necessary weight impossible. A last minute replacement, Justin Robbins, stepped in for Beebe. Easton went on to submit Robbins in the third round, winning the promotions Bantamweight title.
Easton then fought former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) Bantamweight Champion Chase Beebe on October 3, 2009. The two were expected to face off at the Man "O" War event in February, but Beebe was forced off the card after injuring himself during training. Easton defended his title, winning a split decision over the WEC veteran. Many saw Beebe as winning the fight, and the decision seemed very confusing and it was changed to a "No Decision" in mid-October, and is currently pending review to figure out if the decision will become a "No Contest."
Easton was next scheduled to return at UWC 8: Judgment Day on May 22, 2010 against Ryan Diaz to defend his title, but days before the fight, the bout was cancelled due to an illness that Diaz came down with. He was diagnosed with parotitis, an infection that blocks the salivary glands causing swelling and pain.
Ranks and Titles
- Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
- UWC Bantamweight Champion