Anthony Waldburger is a welterweight fighter.
He was most recently set to make his UFC debut versus Matt Riddle but got injured and replaced by Sean Pierson. After recovering, he was next set to make his debut against veteran Dennis Hallman. Instead, Hallman was injured and replaced by wrestler Johny Hendricks. Hendricks defeated the newcomer Waldburger via first-round TKO.
Waldburger was next set to face Daniel Roberts in what was most likely a loser-leaves-town matchup. Five days before the bout, Roberts was injured and forced to pull out. He was replaced by newcomer Mike Stumpf. Waldburger defeated Stumpf via first-round triangle choke submission to earn Submission of the Night honors.
Waldburger next faced Jake Hecht in Australia, winning in less than a minute via a beautiful armbar submission. He wasted no time in signing for his next fight against veteran Brian Ebersole. Ebersole defeated Waldburger via a close and exciting unanimous decision after a great fight in which both men gained legions of new fans.
Waldburger next welcomed middleweight veteran Nick Catone to the welterweight division, choking Catone unconscious via second round triangle choke submission to earn Submission of the Night honors.
After recovering Waldburger fought Adlan Amagov losing via a very vicious first round knockout.
Waldburger next signed to fight veteran Mike Pyle.
Fights[edit | edit source]
- Anthony Waldburger vs. Brian Foster
- Josh Neer vs. Anthony Waldburger
- Anthony Waldburger vs. Pete Spratt 1
- Pete Spratt vs. Anthony Waldburger 2
- Anthony Waldburger vs. Mike Stumpf - The fight was the UFC debut of Mike Stumpf, replacing an injured Daniel Roberts on very short notice.
- Anthony Waldburger vs. Jake Hecht
- Brian Ebersole vs. Anthony Waldburger
- Anthony Waldburger vs. Nick Catone - The fight was the welterweight debut of Nick Catone.