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|Amateur Record:||3-1-1 (Win-Loss-Draw)|
|Height:||6 Feet. 1 Inch(es).|
Andy Doe's Amateur Record
|NSF||02/23/2002||Win||Elias Rivera||Mass Destruction 6||Decision||1|
|10/27/2001||Loss||James Gabert||Mass Destruction 4||Submission Heel Hook||1|
|NSF||09/16/2000||Draw||Steven O'Brien||Rhode Island Vale Tudo 5||1||7:00|
|NSF||07/07/2000||Win||Brad Nelson||Rhode Island Vale Tudo 4||Submission Rear Naked Choke||1||0:35|
|NSF||03/25/2000||Win||Sean Anderson||Rhode Island Vale Tudo 3||Submission Triangle Choke||1||2:30|
|:||Bout results verified by an official State, Tribal, Provincial, or Municipal Commission.|
|NSF:||Non Sanctioned Fight|
|* :||For a variety of reasons, including weight disparity and the demands of entertainment, Exhibition Bouts are held, in which the contest is unscripted and hard fought, but the results do not count on a fighter's Official Record.|
|NC:||Fight Declared No Contest|
The Fightin' MD
Andrew Doe began training in Karate in 1998 while starting Medical School. He continually looked to compete, but found point tournaments unfulfilling. Eventually, Doe found Tai-Kai Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu school.
Doe then began to compete in grappling tournaments. He placed second in the first ever "Winter Whirlwind" sponsored by Kip Kollar's NAGA. Doe continued grappling, placing first in only his second tournament, an event sponsored by Grappler's Quest. Doe has also competed in the Pan-Ams of BJJ -- losing to the Roger Gracie in 2000.
Doe soon realized that grappling competitions were much more realistic and, seeing the quality of promotions provided by Kollar, he began fighting in MMA.
After only 10 months of ground training, and 11 months of Karate, Doe fought Sean Anderson, a Karate veteran of more than 15 years. Doe won by triangle choke only 2 minutes into the fight.
Doe continued to fight in MMA, posting 6 bouts from 2000 until 2002. Including one unsanctioned event in NY, which he won by arm bar in the second round. The contest was against a fighter over 40 lbs. heavier.
From 2002 until 2005, Doe focused his attentions on teaching BJJ at Tai-Kai, and on his professional career as a Radiologist.
While training for a return to fighting in June of 2005, Doe suffered a major shoulder injury, forcing him to withdraw. Doe has no plans to return to fighting, but still actively trains in BJJ.