Alan Jouban is a welterweight prospect who has competed in the RFA, in Shark Fights and in the glorious Tachi Palace Fights promotion.

Outside the UFC[edit | edit source]

He most recently lost for the first time via third round body kick knockout against Chidi Njokuani.

He next made his Shark Fights debut, defeating Andrew Goldthwaite via third round knockout. He next faced DJ Roberson, defeating Roberson via unanimous decision.

Jouban then fought Daniel McWilliams winning via submission due to punches in less than a minute. He then faced Cameron Mayer, knocking Mayer out with a punch in just over a minute.

Jouban next fought Rigo Oropeza defeating Oropeza via first round technical knockout before next defeating UFC veteran Chris Spang via third round technical knockout in his RFA debut.

Jouban next fought for the vacant RFA welterweight title against Mike Rhodes. He lost via unanimous decision to Rhodes.

Jouban next fought Armando Montoya Jr. (again in RFA) defeating Montoya via second round knockout.

He then fought Ricky Legere Jr. (once again in RFA) defeating Legere via split decision.

UFC[edit | edit source]

Jouban next made his UFC debut against Seth Baczynski knocking out Baczynski at the end of the first round and earning FOTN honors.

Jouban then fought undefeated Warlley Alves losing an extremely controversial unanimous decision.

Jouban then fought Richard Walsh knocking out Walsh in the first round before then defeating prospect Matt Dwyer via an exciting and back-and-forth unanimous decision, earning another FOTN honor.

Fights[edit | edit source]

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