Matt Serra, a retired American mixed martial artist, is Matt.
Matt Serra started his path to becoming a mixed martial artist by learning Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. In 1999, he won first place at the Brazilian Pan American Games and third in the World Championships’ brown belt division.
He has competed in many tournaments, including Pride 9 and ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship. Serra was a participant in The Ultimate Fighter 4, where he defeated Pete Spratt, Shone Carter and made it to the finals.
Serra faced George St. Pierre at the UFC 69. He won the title of Welterweight on April 7, 2007. He was then named the coach of The Ultimate Fighter’s sixth season, alongside Matt Hughes.
He was defeated by St. Pierre in a rematch at UFC83. In which Serra retained his undisputed welterweight title, Serra lost to St. Pierre. He announced his retirement after a series of fights on May 22, 2013.
Matthew John Serra was conceived in East Meadow, New York on June 2, 1974. He is married to Ann, and they have two children. After his retirement, he started a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu School in a New York strip mall.
- Full Name: Matthew John Serra
- Height: 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
- Marital Status: Married (Ann)
- Nationality: American
- Date of Birth: June 2, 1974
- Weight: 171 lb (78 kg)
- Occupation: Retired Mixed Martial Artist
- Children: 2
- Date of Birth, Age: June 2, 1974
- Birth Place: East Meadow, New York
- Source of Income: Mixed Martial Arts
Dead or Alive?
According to Wikipedia, he is still living.
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* He won the Ultimate Fighter 4 Welterweight Tournament 2006.