Apply to be a UFC fighter online

April 26, 2011

The UFC and Jobbi.com are offering ordinary people the opportunity to apply online to be a UFC fighter. Jobbi.com is a job search web site that has been a UFC sponsor since the fall of 2010.

Via UFC web site:

With thousands of fighters applying annually to the UFC for the opportunity to fight in the Octagon, applicants can now post their profiles, videos, photos and their fight history on Jobbi.com. A simple application is then automatically shared directly with UFC management for their review.

Payout Perspective:

Jobbi.com has appeared in the Octagon at UFC events but there has been no brand activation until now. Let’s be honest, don’t expect any fighter applying online to appear in the Octagon any time soon. If you were really considering a foray into the octagon, you’d tryout for The Ultimate Fighter. Secondly, I think the UFC has a scouting department. So, if you’re good and on the rise, someone within the UFC will let Dana White know. Yet, this is a novel idea and a bit of a social media tie-in as users will be able to see other applicants. The applicants will need to fill out an application on Jobbi.com’s web site so it will expose people to Jobbi.com’s web site and what it has to offer.

17 Responses to “Apply to be a UFC fighter online”

  1. BrainSmasher on April 26th, 2011 2:41 PM

    I agree the average joe isnt getting into the UFC this way. However it would be a very good idea for all up and coming pro fighters to apply on this site. If you have potential and are UFC worthy then this could open the door for you. Lets be honest the UFC isnt going to pick an unqualified fighter from this company. But if the fighter is qualified then it would be great activation of the sponsorship to sign them. But the UFC could send word to prospects they are going to sign and have them to apply just to claim they come from the applicants. Not sure if this will happen because i dont see the UFC placing that much importance on getting over this site. I doubt its that big of a sponsor to go through all that. Maybe if it was a multi million deal they would. My point being they dont have to take average joes to actually use the process.

  2. Joey on April 28th, 2011 11:36 AM

    This seems like the ufc scratching a sponsor’s back, which is all fine good and well.

  3. GIGA on July 18th, 2011 10:13 AM

    Hi , i would like be a UFC Heawy Fighter , whot i need to do next ??
    Thanks

  4. bruce angala@yahoo.com on October 7th, 2011 5:15 PM

    what is the first step in becoming a MMA fighter? i wanna become a ufc fighter as well.

  5. jordan bland on February 24th, 2012 2:48 PM

    i would love to be a mma of ufc fighter to live my dream what do i need to do

  6. Juan arias on February 12th, 2013 5:08 PM

    I want to be one of the ufc fighter I know how to fight I did 5 years of wrestling in high school and I wan to see if you guys cold help me to be like one of the biggest fighters of the world

  7. joshua maher on May 29th, 2013 6:54 PM

    hey i am a 17 year old turning 18 in 3 months and ever sence i was little ive always wanted to fighting the ufc ive always been told do what makes you happy and this makes and fighting in the cage makes me happy weather i win or lose i feel at home when im in the cage so please guys help me get signed to the ufc it is a life long dream of mine and i do have a few years of mma fighting under my belt along with a year of boxing i am a health person i go to the gym all the time and i train when i can but if you guys out there can help me get signed to the ufc i will be happy thank you to all who read this

  8. william haynes on January 2nd, 2014 12:07 PM

    I am 20. My weight is 160. I train in like back yard ufc. We do everything to stand up combat, to grapling on the ground. I train hard and everyday. I would love nothing more than to be a professional I want to fight with the big leagues. I will take on anyone and do whatever it takes to get there. I got the skills and I want to put them to good use please read and help!

  9. Jeremy@gmail.com Castro@yahoo.com on May 9th, 2014 7:56 AM

    I am 19. From Phillipines And I would like to be a ufc fighter. I do everything to stand up and fight please read and help.

  10. Jose on February 20th, 2015 3:19 AM

    I have no fighting backround I have no special skills I am 160 pounds of pure heart and muscle want this more than anything right now.

  11. hamza chennaoui on February 27th, 2015 5:31 AM

    Hi im from Morocco , im a judoka , Im a tae kwon do fighter , I do MMA and viet boxing whay I have to do if I wanna a fighter in the UFC !!?!?

  12. sandy smith on March 1st, 2015 9:29 PM

    I have been a fighter all my life I love doing it haven’t lost yet would like to make it my life time job

  13. Iswar Prasanna Das on August 4th, 2015 2:18 AM

    I am from India,want to play in UFC ,I would like to inform you that I get success in every step in my life in any fighting championships.
    I am very interested to play UFC and win the hevyweight championship..
    please give me this opportunity.

  14. lester harperjr on August 7th, 2015 1:22 PM

    I can not find the application so can someone please email it to me.
    This is something that I have wanted to do for a long time please please email me the application
    Thaink you

  15. Dhananjay Naik on August 9th, 2015 6:34 AM

    liveD to fight.

  16. Daniel K on September 30th, 2015 8:37 PM

    Guys for all those wanting to consider MMA be aware that to be a UFC you will need to not just have acquired various elements of martial arts which includes Boxing, Muay Thai, Greco Roman and Freestyle Olympic Wrestling, plus fitness and conditioning which forms the overall MMA. You always will have to be productive with sparring and striking. Again this is part of MMA. This can take 4 to 6 years to be considered an amateur. I am going through the same process and too many are focusing way to high. Start with a local MMA club most do BJJ as a seperate program but BJJ is not part of MMA.

    I hope this makes sense to those who wanna be UFC fighters. Much pain to be gained!!!!

  17. Michael Schlageck on November 5th, 2015 11:03 AM

    I been fighting all my life, I am a natural athlete. I was bullied so much growing up and finally put a stop to it. I was stationed in Japan and loved fighting before the military and decided to try out to see if I can mold my street skills into a more technical style. I became a great fighter. I was fighting out of tenkaichi dojo in Okinawa Japan and sooned ranked in the top 3 I’m undefeated. The only thing that is holding me back is money it takes money to train and as you know it you can’t just half ass it. I love the style and know I can be the best. I’m 6’1 205lbs I study all styles and love the culture.

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