Pro Record: 4-3-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
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Age: 37
Sex: Male
Height: 6 Feet. 0 Inch(es).
Weight: 240 lbs.
Out of: NV

Kelly Gray's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 11/30/2013 Win Anthony McDonald King of the Cage: Enemy Territory Submission Rear Naked Choke 2 2:15
09/28/2013 Loss Dale Sopi King of the Cage: Boiling Point Decision Unanimous Decision 3
10/29/2011 Win Jarad Carson Crown Fighting Championships: CFC 4 TKO/RSC Injury 1 5:00
10/10/2009 Win Josh Burns MMA Xplosion 10/10/09 Submission Verbal Submission 1 3:09
01/16/2009 Loss Justin Hartig Battle at DIxie Decision Unanimous Decision 3
07/07/2007 Loss James Funny International Fighting Organization 1: 07/07/07 Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 09/09/2006 Win Eric Wenzel Ultimate Combat Experience: Round 22 - Finals TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes 1 1:26

Kelly Gray's Amateur Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 07/08/2006 Win Kile Beck Rise Fighting Championship 1 Decision Unanimous Decision 3
: 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

A Humbling Danger!

I met Kelly Gray in Utah late 06 while he was preparing for a bout with Eric "Big E" Wenzel...He was such a humble man I knew he was extremely dangerous..Kelly Gray hales from the mean streets of San Benardino CA, a city who in 96 and 97 had the highest Murder death kill rate in the nation but do to good parenting from his Mother and Father he was not moved by the violence and hardships of his city. At the age of 15 Kelly took up Karate moving on to Capoiera a fighting system that African slaves developed while in transition through Brazil. In 2005 Kelly started to study one of the most dominant forms of Martial Arts to date Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Under the watchful eye of his teacher and mentor Amilcar Cipili one of Rigan Machados first 7 black belts students Kelly excelled quickly winning a Silver medal in the Gracie Open Bjj tournament after only 2 months of training he then went on to be the 2008 Pan American Bjj champion double medalling in the same tournament! Other medals include double Gold medals in NAGA , Gold in Las vegas Grapplers Quest and Triple Gold in American Nationals Bjj competition. Kelly took his venture in to MMA in 2006 in RiseF.C. Defeating Kyle Beck in a 3 round fight by unanimous decision he then defeated Eric "Big E" Wenzel in the U.C.E. Finals by TKO. In 07 Kelly fought James "no joke" Funny and in to the first minute of the first round Kelly Hyper-Extended his leg crushing his Miniscus while landing a thrust kick on Funny a severe injury that couldn't stop Kelly from scoring a judo throw and a mount in the 2nd round Kelly eventually lost the fight only by decision showing his monster like toughness and Golden heart. After a long lay off Kelly came back in January of 09 to take on Justin "Moose" Hartig a Goliath fighter who battled it out with Kelly in a 3 rnd brawl which also ended up in a loss for Kelly by decision. After this loss Kelly shook off the ring rust by taking on Josh "The Hammer" Burns a human tank no doubt by the look of josh's physical appearances he out weighed Kelly by 32 pounds and was a Golden gloves boxer who had a accomplished wrestling record for the great college Ohio State University. Josh started with a demolishing flurry and slam in the first round of the bout which resulted in a shoulder injury for Kelly and non the less could not stop Kelly from Demolishing Josh only seconds later with world class Jiu jitsu putting Josh out by Verbal submission due to a mount and a rain storm of leather! I must say all though Kelly is not very known in the MMA world as of yet I feel he will be and even if he might not ever be well known I was honored to meet one of the most humbled and skilled Jiu Jitsu fighters I've ever met to date.

D.R.-2009

A Humbling Danger!

I met Kelly Gray in Utah late 06 while he was preparing for a bout with Eric "Big E" Wenzel...He was such a humble man I knew he was extremely dangerous..Kelly Gray hales from the mean streets of San Bernardino CA, a city who in 96 and 97 had the highest Murder death kill rate in the nation but do to good parenting from his Mother and Father he was not moved by the violence and hardships of his city. At the age of 15 Kelly took up Karate moving on to Capoiera a fighting system that African slaves developed while in transition through Brazil. In 2005 Kelly started to study one of the most dominant forms of Martial Arts to date Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Under the watchful eye of his teacher and mentor Amilcar Cipili one of Rigan Machados first 7 black belts students Kelly excelled quickly winning a Silver medal in the Gracie Open Bjj tournament after only 2 months of training he then went on to be the 2008 Pan American Bjj champion double medalling in the same tournament! Other medals include double Gold medals in NAGA , Gold in Las vegas Grapplers Quest and Triple Gold in American Nationals Bjj competition. Kelly took his venture in to MMA in 2006 in RiseF.C. Defeating Kyle Beck in a 3 round fight by unanimous decision he then defeated Eric "Big E" Wenzel in the U.C.E. Finals by TKO. In 07 Kelly fought James "no joke" Funny and in to the first minute of the first round Kelly Hyper-Extended his leg crushing his Miniscus while landing a thrust kick on Funny a severe injury that couldn't stop Kelly from scoring a judo throw and a mount in the 2nd round Kelly eventually lost the fight only by decision showing his monster like toughness and Golden heart. After a long lay off Kelly came back in January of 09 to take on Justin "Moose" Hartig a Goliath fighter who battled it out with Kelly in a 3 rnd brawl which also ended up in a loss for Kelly by decision. After this loss Kelly shook off the ring rust by taking on Josh "The Hammer" Burns a human tank no doubt by the look of josh's physical appearances he out weighed Kelly by 32 pounds and was a Golden gloves boxer who had a accomplished wrestling record for the great college Ohio State University. Josh started with a demolishing flurry and slam in the first round of the bout which resulted in a shoulder injury for Kelly and non the less could not stop Kelly from Demolishing Josh only seconds later with world class Jiu jitsu putting Josh out by Verbal submission due to a mount and a rain storm of leather! I must say all though Kelly is not very known in the MMA world as of yet I feel he will be and even if he might not ever be well known I was honored to meet one of the most humbled and skilled Jiu Jitsu fighters I've ever met to date.

D.R.-2009