Pro Record: 8-5-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
Team:
Age: 42
Sex: Male
Height: 5 Feet. 11 Inch(es).
Weight: 185 lbs.
Out of: Montreal,

Brent Beauparlant's Professional Record

Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
NSF 09/13/2008 Win Brandon Sene Xtreme MMA 5: It's Crow Time TKO/RSC 2 3:20
NSF 03/30/2008 Win Amir Rahnavardi Hardcore Championship Fighting: Crows Nest Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 11/03/2007 Loss Benji Radach IFL: World Grand Prix 2007 KO Strike 1 2:26
06/16/2007 Win Fabio Leopoldo International Fight League: 06/16/07 TKO/RSC Injury 3 2:22
NSF 04/13/2007 Win Seth Baczynski International Fight League: 2007 Season Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 02/23/2007 Loss Matt Horwich International Fight League: 2007 Season Submission Kimura 2 0:28
NSF 12/29/2006 Loss Andre Gusmao International Fight League: World Team Championship Finals Decision Unanimous Decision
NSF 11/02/2006 Loss Mike Ciesnolevicz International Fight League: World Team Semi-Finals Submission Guillotine Choke 1 2:41
NSF 09/23/2006 Win Raphael Davis International Fight League: World Team Championship Decision Unanimous Decision 3
NSF 06/10/2006 Win Jason Cecil Apex Championship Fighting: Evolution TKO/RSC 1 2:22
NSF 05/21/2005 Loss Helio Dipp Jungle Fight 4 KO 1
NSF 04/23/2005 Win Wojtek Kaszowski Ultimate Generation Combat 10 Decision Unanimous Decision 2
NSF 06/18/2004 Win Chester Post Ultimate Generation Combat 8 TKO/RSC 1
: 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

Brent Beauparlant (Toronto Dragons) is an accomplished wrestler from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has been competing in amateur wrestling for 18 years and was a member of the Canadian National Wrestling Team for 10 years.

After leaving competitive wrestling, Beauparlant began cross-training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, boxing, and Muay Thai. He made his MMA debut in 2003 and has since competed in Canada, Brazil, and the United States. Beauparlant has competed twice in the IFL this year: winning a unanimous decision over Raphael Davis and losing by submission to Mike Ciesnolevicz.