Pro Record: 9-4-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
Team: Team Freedom
Age: 33
Sex: Male
Height: 5 Feet. 10 Inch(es).
Weight: 170 lbs.
Out of: Camarillo, CA
Born: Brawley, CA

Jeremy Jackson's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 03/31/2007 Win Hector Carrillo Total Combat Entertainment 19 TKO/RSC Injury 1
NSF 10/15/2005 Win Christian Vargas Total Combat Entertainment 10 Submission Rear Naked Choke 1 3:56
NSF 11/22/2003 Win Mark Moreno Ring of Honor (Hawaii) 1 Submission Rear Naked Choke 1 1:30
09/26/2003 Loss Nick Diaz UFC 44: Undisputed Submission Arm Bar 3 2:04
NSF 07/19/2003 Loss Nick Diaz International Fighting Championship: Warriors Challenge 18 TKO/RSC 1 4:33
NSF 03/27/2003 Win Shonie Carter WEC 6: Return of a Legend Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 09/28/2002 Win Zack Light Ultimate Athlete: King of the Mountain TKO/RSC 2 0:00
NSF 09/28/2002 Win Mike Penalber Ultimate Athlete: King of the Mountain TKO/RSC 1 0:00
NSF 09/28/2002 Win Nick Diaz Ultimate Athlete: King of the Mountain TKO/RSC 1 0:49
NSF 07/12/2002 Win Eddy Ellis International Fighting Championship: Warriors Challenge 17 TKO/RSC 1 2:24
NSF 06/22/2002 Loss Joe Stevenson King of the Cage 15: Bad Intentions Submission Strikes 1 1:27
NSF 04/06/2002 Win Peter Delayo Kage Kombat KO 0:00
NSF 09/09/2001 Loss Jake Shields Gladiator Challenge 6 Submission Choke 1 2:03
: 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


Jeremy Rea Jackson (born September 19, 1982) is an American professional mixed martial arts fighter from California.

Jeremy Jackson's first professional MMA fight was on September 9th, 2001 against Jake Shields in the Gladiator Challenge 6: Caged Beasts. Jackson has fought in The Ultimate Fighting Championship, Kage Kombat, IFC, King of the Cage, Ultimate Athlete, World Extreme Cagefighting, Gladiator Challenge, Ring Of Honor, and Total Combat. Jeremy Jackson lost to Nick Díaz in UFC 44: Undisputed. He competed as a welterweight on The Ultimate Fighter 4 on Spike TV, but was sent home before having a chance to fight after violating the rules of the show.

Despite being ejected from the tournament, Jackson fought Pete Spratt in the fourth season finale of The Ultimate Fighter. Jackson submitted in the second round due to a neck injury.