Matt Dixon

Matt Dixon first got into MMA through his father at the age of 5 years old. At the time he dabbled with some boxing, Muay Thai, submission wrestling, and other disciplines including BJJ as well. It wasn’t until Dixon was 12 years old that he started to watch MMA himself, which is when he discovered his passion for the sport.

Outside of MMA, Dixon has fought in boxing and kickboxing. He went 9-0 in kickboxing and 1-0 in boxing, as he did compete as a pro in boxing as well. Along with that, he competed in some grappling tournaments. Dixon currently trains out of WCF based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma with head coach Craig Blacklock. He found coach Blacklock when he was only 14, and it was his first real coach in MMA. His mother, a mom of three children with a lot on her plate, was just able to afford Dixon’s training with WCF, allowing him to follow his dream. Dixon wanted to, at the very least, have seven fights as an amateur but by the time he was 5-0 he reached his peak as an amateur in Oklahoma. Besides which, it became too hard for him to find fights. “Magic” Dixon has excelled as his profession currently with an 9-1 record as a pro, with six finishes. He’s the current Xtreme Fight Night welterweight champion winning that in only his third pro fight with multiple title defenses.

Career Statistics

LOrion CosceDana White's Contender Series - Contender Series 2020: Week 3TKO (Punches)34:42
WJustin PattersonLFA 83 - Jackson vs. ChauletDecision (Unanimous)35:00
WBraden SmithXFN 357 - Xtreme Fight Night 357TKO (Punches)24:58
WBrian GrinnellXtreme Fight Night 353 - SuperfightsTKO (Punches)11:35
WTeagan DooleyXFN 352 - Xtreme Fight Night 352TKO (Punches)11:09
WCodale FordXFL - Rage on the RiverDecision (Unanimous)35:00
WChauncey FoxworthXFL - Xtreme Fight Night 349Decision (Unanimous) 55:00

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