Pro Record: 13-10-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
Team: One Kick Gym
Age: 39
Sex: Male
Height: 6 Feet. 3 Inch(es).
Weight: 205 lbs.
Out of: Las Vegas, NV
Born: Bolson,

Alex Schoenauer's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 09/12/2009 Loss Paulo Filho Bitetti Combat Nordeste 4 Decision Unanimous Decision 3
* 04/04/2008 Win Brendan Barrett International Fight League: New Blood, New Battles Decision Split Decision 3
NSF 11/03/2007 Loss Vladimir Matyushenko IFL: World Grand Prix 2007 Decision Unanimous Decision
08/02/2007 Loss Mike Ciesnolevicz International Fight League: 2007 Semifinals Decision Split Decision 3
NSF 06/01/2007 Win Allan Goes International Fight League: 2007 Season KO Strike 1 3:00
NSF 03/17/2007 Win Brian Ebersole International Fight League: 2007 Season Decision Split Decision 3
02/02/2007 Loss Mike Ciesnolevicz International Fight League: 2007 Season Decision Split Decision 5
NSF 11/02/2006 Loss Aaron Stark International Fight League: World Team Semi-Finals Submission Guillotine Choke 2 2:43
NSF 09/09/2006 Win Kazuhiro Hamanaka International Fight League: World Team Championship Submission Guillotine Choke 1 1:04
06/03/2006 Loss Jamal Patterson International Fight League: 2006 Legends Championship Final Submission Guillotine Choke 1 2:32
04/29/2006 Win Travis Wiuff International Fight League: 2006 Legends Tournament Submission Heel Hook 2 3:23
04/01/2006 Win Kenny Stevens World Extreme Fighting 17 TKO/RSC 1 2:10
NSF 01/06/2006 Loss Lodune Sincaid Sport Fight 14: Resolution Submission Choke 1 3:40
NSF 12/14/2005 Win Ricky Shivers Alaska Fighting Championship 18 Submission Arm Bar 1
NSF 12/03/2005 Loss Jason Brilz Victory Fighting Championships 11: Demolition Submission Rear Naked Choke 2 4:06
10/15/2005 Win Shannon Ritch Sport Fight 13: Rocky Mountain Submission Guillotine Choke 1 0:29
NSF 07/09/2005 Loss Buck Meredith Sport Fight 11: Rumble at the Rose Garden Submission Headlock Choke 1 1:56
04/09/2005 Loss Mike Swick UFC: The Ultimate Fighter Finale TKO/RSC 1
* 10/25/2004 Loss Forrest Griffin UFC: The Ultimate Fighter Season 1 Submission Strikes 1 1:22
NSF 05/31/2003 Win Jason Grinch Pacific Pankration Kickboxing Association: Ultimate Ring Challenge - Fresh Blood Unknown
NSF 06/22/2002 Win Brett Shafer Montana Art of War 1 KO 2 0:00
NSF 03/09/2002 Win Jacob Jones Millennium Inc: Night Of Thunder 2 Submission Wrist Injury 0 0:00
NSF 11/24/2001 Win Jason Fairn Maximum Fighting Championships 2: Rumble at the Jungle Submission 0:00
NSF 09/02/2001 Win Tony Zamora Millennium Inc: Return of the Warriors Submission Arm Bar 1 0:00
NSF 05/19/2001 Win Gabe Nelson Slam Entertainment: Gladiator Quest TKO/RSC Punches 1 0:34

Alex Schoenauer's Amateur Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 06/01/2002 Win Joe Lake Full Contact Fighting Federation: Throwdown on the Fairground 1 Unknown
: 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


Alex Schoenauer (born May 5, 1976 in El Bolson, Argentina) is a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter. He is currently fighting for the Los Angeles Anacondas of the International Fight League and resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.

At the age of 15, he left his native Argentina and moved to Idaho, where he lived with his grandfather and attended high school. After graduating from Montana State with a degree in engineering, Schoenauer worked with a manufacturing company back in Idaho. After a year, he decided to put his other training to work, which he gained at the United States Coast Guard Captains School, and worked as a captain of private yachts, sailing as far north as Alaska.

In his final year in college, Schoenauer took up Jiu-Jitsu. He moved to Las Vegas in 2004, vowing to give his new venture six committed months. Two years and more than a dozen professional fights later, Schoenauer finds himself as a light heavyweight of the Los Angeles Anacondas.

When not training, Schoenauer is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys fishing, rattlesnake hunting and river rafting.