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Tim Boetsch Scouting Report

Tim Boetsch Scouting Report

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Tim Boetsch Scouting Report


Tim Boetsch Scouting Report

Tim Boetsch Scouting Report


5’11” 185 lbs (Middleweight)
74″ reach, Orthodox
January 28, 1981


21-13 (UFC: 12-12)

Current Streak

2 straight losses


NCAA Division 1 wrestler

Championships Held

Reality Fighting Light Heavyweight Champion: 2006-2007 (one successful title defense)
Extreme Challenge USKBA Heavyweight Champion: 2007 (no title defenses)
Extreme Challenge Light Heavyweight Champion: 2007 (one successful title defense)
5150 Combat League Light Heavyweight Champion: 2010 (no title defenses)



– strong wrestler
– knockout power
– mixes up strikes well
– good submission skills
– good chin
– utilizes wrestling/judo throws effectively
– good at passing guard
– has fought many highly rated opponents in past
– big heart
– can take a beating & keep on fighting
– accurate/successful striker
– lands a lot of takedowns
– very good at utilizing kicks
– grinds out wins
– has been known to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat
– big for a middleweight – fights at light heavyweight also



– inconsistent career – already been released from UFC once before
– questionable cardio
– takes almost as many hits as he dishes out
– has trouble with strong wrestlers/judokas
– very poor takedown success rate and takedown defense
– getting long in the tooth for a fighter
– susceptible to submissions
– on a losing stretch


Tim Boetsch’s up and down career is probably headed for more “downs” than “ups” going forward.



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