Lee Murray's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 09/11/2004 Loss Anderson Silva Cage Rage (England) 8 Decision Unanimous Decision 3
01/31/2004 Win Jorge Rivera UFC 46: Super Natural Submission Triangle Choke 1 1:54
NSF 07/13/2003 Win Jose Landi-Jons Extreme Force 1 KO Punches 2
NSF 09/22/2002 Win Amir Rahnavardi Millennium Brawl 8 KO 1 0:04
NSF 06/16/2002 Win Kama Boumna Millennium Brawl 7 Submission Arm Bar 1 0:20
NSF 07/01/2001 Win Gary Warren Millennium Brawl 3: Independence Day KO 1 0:00
NSF 03/11/2001 Draw Chris Bacon Millennium Brawl 2: Capital Punishment 0:00
NSF 07/09/2000 NC Danny Rushton Ring of Truth 2 1 0:00
NSF 06/17/2000 Win Chris Albandia Extreme Challenge 34 Submission Ankle Lock 1 2:23
NSF 06/17/2000 Loss Joseph Doerksen Extreme Challenge 34 Submission Arm Bar 1 1:19
NSF 03/12/2000 Win Mike Tomlinson Ring of Truth 1 Submission Kimura 1 0:00
NSF 12/05/1999 Win Rob Hudson Millennium Brawl 1: The Beginning KO 0:00
: 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


Fighter Bio

Career

Lee "Lightning" Murray (Lee Lamrani Ibrahim Murray) (born November 12, 1977 in London, England) is a British mixed martial arts fighter of partial Moroccan descent.[1]. He has a professional MMA record of 8-2-1 as of September 11, 2004.

A legend in the streets of London, rumored to have won hundreds of street fights, Murray got into a scuffle with then-UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz outside of a nightclub in London after UFC 38 in July 2002. Both drunk, Murray claims to have knocked Tito down (possibly KO) and kicked him in the face. Matt Hughes intervened and jumped on Tito's back to protect him. Pat Miletich, another UFC competitor, pulled Murray away and broke up the fight. Tito denies any such events occurred but other UFC fighters claim witness to the altercation. Pat Miletich said of the altercation: "Lee lit him up like a christmas tree, and kicked his head like a football."

Murray was hospitalized after being stabbed in a brawl outside the Funky Buddha club in London during a glamour model party on 28 September 2005. He suffered from a punctured lung and a severed artery.[2] [3] According to the doctor who performed the life saving surgery on Murray he was resuscitated four times during the operation which saved his life. When thanked, the Doctor remarked that Lee should thank the nurses who ran the bags of blood from the blood bank because that is what saved his life.