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KOBE “THE STUNNA” ORTIZ

(HA-Ka-O-BA OR-TEAS) – Professional Fighter / Hype Man

Name: Jacob Ortiz
Nickname: Kobe
Fight Name: The Stunna
Weight: 185 Middleweight, 170 Welterweight
Wins: 15
Losses: 5
Hometown: San Manuel, AZ
Fighting out of: Tucson, AZ
Team: Power MMA
Style: NJCAA ALL-AMERICAN Wrestling, Aggressive, Street
Sponsors: ©Versa Climber,©Unaffiliated Fighter, Black Widow Customs, Full Tilt Poker, Blue Thorn Demolition, Everlast,
Sherdog: Jacob “Kobe the Stunna” Ortiz
Agent: Mr. César Ortiz

WRESTLING:
1x AZ High School State Champion
1x AZ High School State Runner Up
2x NJCAA Region Champion
1x NJCAA ALL-AMERICAN

Cage Fighting:
15 Wins

1 by Rear Naked Choke (rnd 1)
1 by Kamora (rnd 1)
1 by Standing Guillotine (rnd 1)
1 by Arm bar (rnd 2)
1 by Unanimous Decision
1 by Unanimous Decision
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 2)
1 by Split Decision (rnd 5)
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 3)
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 1)
1 by Knock Out (rnd 1)
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 1)
1 by North-South Choke
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 3)
1 by Technical Knock Out (rnd 3)
1 Exhibition Fight – No Contest Against the RITC Champ.

1 Loss by decision 29-28
1 ref stoppage due to cut on head in 1st min of fight.
1 Loss by RNC 3rd Round
1 Loss by TKO 3rd Round
1 Loss by Guillotine choke 2nd Round no tap. Lights out.

Team:

Power MMA – Tempe, AZ
Ryan Bader, CB Dallaway, Aaron Simpson, Ryan Jimmo, Tim Means, Brenden Tierney, Jacob Devree, Seth Baczynski, Jesse Forbes, Ray Steinbeiss,

Nostrovia, Southern AZ
Jacob Ortiz, Raymond Pena, Hector Daza, Jose Higuera, Nick Pena, Cesar Ortiz, Jose Ramirez, Bubba Maldonado, Matt Lopez.

Neutral Corner, Tucson, AZ

UFC Gym Tucson, AZ

Trainers:
Wrestling: Aaron Simpson, Ben Askren, Joe Salario, PJ Ponce
MMA Conditioning: JH Optimal Training (Joshua Hyde), Ces Ortiz
Jujitsu: Francisco “Kiko” France, Premavera BJJ, Master MMA
Boxing: Mario Francis “Coach O”, Rosendo “Beep Beeps” Ortiz

Biography:
I come from a small Mining town in Southern Arizona called San Manuel and absolutely no city boy can take me. I destroyed tons of want-a-be fighters in the desert, made them crawl home, and now I’m hungry for any man willing to step in front of me. So to all you fake ass wanna-be-fighters… Fight me, and you wont want-a-be fighters anymore.

How did I learn to fight? From my Dad who was a Golden Gloves Boxer in New Mexico nick name Beep Beeps Ortiz because he’s fast with his hands. I have been fighting bigger guys since I was born. I have constantly brawled, sparred, and wrestled with my brother and his friends since long as I can remember. My dad encouraged it, it made me tough. I can also remember my parents were always disciplining us, especially when we broke out in a scrap in church or the local supermarket. You can say we should of been medicated, but that is just another characteristic of a born fighter. It comes natural to me to be a scrapper. That is why it looks so natural for me in my last 21 fights, its in my heart and my blood and I will fight to the end. I started my collegiate wrestling career in 8th Grade. I quickly became the most dominate wrestler in the State of Arizona at the 154 and 165 lb weight classes and then in the nation at 185 lbs. I been walking around at 205 and fighting at 185, but since my last cut to win the 170 lbs Mexico Fighter promotions belt I am a healthy 190.

I’m improving every minute as a professional cage fighter. This year I’m going to continue my reign becoming well known around the state of Arizona and plan on fighting outside of Arizona at a couple different promotions. I just got a big win in Texas against a belt holder and fought an accomplished knock out artist kick boxer in New Mexico. I traveled to Utah and took out a fighter by ground and pound TKO with over 50 fights and I’m on a streak. I will be fighting in California now next month, and going back to Texas to continue my dominant performances in the stacked Texas middle weight division. I’ve been to Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico and took their champions belt and still have it. I’ve KO’d an ex UFC/WEC vet in the first round when all odds were against me. I’ve fought the the biggest Bellator name in Canada on Televised MTV fight card. Then on to latin Television network Azteca for main event on the Combate Americas promotion.  All I say is put your bets on me and I’ll make you rich. I have one message. Quit dodging me, quit making excuses, quit fighting exhibitions, quit putting fighters on fight cards that don’t deserve the opportunity to become great. I will be great.

2 Replies

  1. Chris Dominguez Jan 5th 2010

    Keep it up cuzz!!!

  2. keep it up son I’m proud of you. go out there an show Bellator what the Ortiz name is all about (just don’t be a little bitch like I was while in the UFC)


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