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|Pro Record:||7-20-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)|
Jonathon Kennedy's Professional Record
|08/21/2015||Loss||Cole Williams||Pinnacle Combat XXI Uprising||TKO/RSC Referee Stoppage from Strikes||1||3:40|
|03/28/2015||Win||Sean Huffman||Caged Aggression XV - Dedication - Two Night Event||Decision Split Decision||0|
|11/26/2014||Loss||Jordan Young||MCC - Midwest Cage Championship 56: Thanksgiving Throwdown||Submission Triangle Choke||1||2:42|
|10/10/2014||Win||Jeremy Anderson||Caged Aggression XIV: All or Nothing||Submission Triangle Choke||1||4:41|
|09/13/2014||Win||Travis Nath||Rock Your Face Off 2014||Submission Strikes||1||2:04|
|05/02/2014||Loss||Jason Louck||XplodeFight Series - Anger||Submission Arm Triangle Choke||2||1:25|
|03/22/2014||Loss||Eric Thomas||Iowa Challenge 99||Submission Verbal Submission||1||2:20|
|02/08/2014||Loss||Ryan Antle||Xplode Fight Series - Unstoppable||Decision Split Decision||3|
|07/20/2013||Loss||Randy Meade||Caged Aggression X - Redemption||Submission Injury||3||0:00|
|05/18/2013||Loss||Patrick Hutton||Spring Breakage 5||Submission Verbal Submission||2||2:30|
|02/22/2013||Win||Donovan Carboney||MCC - Midwest Cage Championship 46: Deeds vs Case||Submission Triangle Choke||2||1:28|
|01/25/2013||Win||Norm Waters||Extreme Challenge 224||Submission Triangle Choke||1||4:09|
|12/08/2012||Loss||Ronnie Britt||Iowa Challenge 76||Submission Arm Triangle Choke||2||4:14|
|NSF||10/20/2012||Loss||Matthew Gabel||Extreme Challenge 220||Submission||1||4:49|
|08/25/2012||Win||Tyson Sulzberger||Extreme Challenge 218||Submission Triangle Choke||2||1:57|
|08/11/2012||Loss||Micah Washington||Extreme Challenge 217||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|06/30/2012||NC||Matt Rider||Tap or Nap Promotions: Old School Brawl||1||0:00|
|04/28/2012||Win||Jeffrey Osborne||Fight Legends of the Quad Cities||Submission Triangle Choke||1||1:15|
|01/28/2012||Loss||Lonnie Scriven Jr.||Extreme Challenge 203||Decision Unanimous Decision||3|
|10/22/2011||Loss||Ryan Storey||Quad Cities Fighting Championships - Knocktoberfest||Submission||2||0:00|
|08/26/2011||Loss||Anthony Lapsley||Extreme Challenge 191||Submission Heel Hook||1||1:32|
|08/13/2011||Loss||Mike Estus||Bergmeier Promotions 08/13/11||Submission Strikes||2||2:27|
|07/23/2011||Loss||Andre Kase||Extreme Challenge 187||Submission Arm Bar||2||3:07|
|04/30/2011||Loss||Jason Bowling||Extreme Challenge 182||Submission Keylock||1||2:28|
|NSF||04/09/2011||Loss||Ronnie Britt||MCC- Midwest Cage Championship 33: Lund vs Roberts||Submission Choke||1||3:34|
|03/11/2011||Loss||Matthew Gabel||Raise The Bar Fitness: March Mayhem||Submission Strikes||1||0:17|
|01/22/2011||Loss||Calley Kruger||Iowa Challenge 62||Submission Choke||1||2:31|
|NSF||11/10/2006||Loss||Ryan McGillivray||Maximum Fighting Championships: Unplugged 2||Submission Arm Bar||3||1:30|
Jonathon Kennedy's Amateur Record
|:||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|
Titles Held by Jonathon Kennedy:Extreme Challenge - Welterweight (156-170) Champion
All praise to Brockman!
In this upside down world of new fangled martial arts like Brazilian JuJipsu and MooTei few fighters bring the Budo to the ring the way Jonathan 'I don't got a nickname' Kennedy does. When asked about his 'budo' Jonathan replies with one word, "Brockman."
Interested I pushed on and asked for more details, this is what I learnt.
Brockman is more than a man he's a way of life. You don't just 'do Brockman' you have to 'live Brockman'. The Samurinja (a hybrid of Samurai and Ninja) philisophy the is the core of Brockmans teachings can be summed up in one word:
Train your fucking ass off.
Okay, I guess that was more than one word but you get the point. Training is key. From early morning meditative punching to driving of the hands into glasses of cold water to 'toughen them up' the athlete is expected to 'go beyond fear' to a new place a place called 'Successvilleopolis'.
Truly budo is not dead it is being held captive and probably tied to a wall with a ball gag in it's mouth by Brockman.
All praise to Brockman!