Brian Bowles


  • Weight: 134 lbs
  • Height: 5'7"
  • Reach: 179.07"
  • Age: 33
wins11
27% 3 Knockouts
64% 7 Submissions
9% 1 Decisions
losses3
67% 2 Knockouts
33% 1 Submissions
0% 0 Decisions
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  • Brian Bowles Suspended 9 Months And Fined By The NSAC
    August 15, 2013

    UFC Bantamweight Brian Bowles was suspended by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) this afternoon after he tested positive for an elevated testosterone level ahead of his UFC 160 bout against George Roop....

    UFC Bantamweight Brian Bowles was suspended by the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) this afternoon after he tested positive for an elevated testosterone level ahead of his UFC 160 bout against George Roop. According to the report, Bowles has been fined 30% of his purse and will be suspended for 9 months. Bowles lost the bout to Roop so the result will stay the same, but its worth mentioning that Bowles’ T/E ratio was shockingly “above 20-1” (NSAC allows 6-1.) Of course, Bowles swears he didn’t take...

  • Brian Bowles Fails UFC 160 Drug Screen
    June 7, 2013

    In a statement received by Fighters.com from Nevada State Athletic Commission's Executive Director Keith Kizer, All fighters from UFC 160: Velasquez Vs Bigfoot II passed their drug tests with the exception of Brian...

    In a statement received by Fighters.com from Nevada State Athletic Commission's Executive Director Keith Kizer, All fighters from UFC 160: Velasquez Vs Bigfoot II passed their drug tests with the exception of Brian Bowles. According to the statement, Bowles testosterone to epitestosterone (TE) ratio was 20-1. That's more than 3 times the legal limit for the state of Nevada. Brian Bowles was defeated by George Roop via technical knockout in the second round of their bout. Bowles, a former WEC Bantamweight...

  • Brian Bowles Meets George Roop At UFC 160
    March 28, 2013

    Former WEC champion Brian Bowles is returning to action for the first time since the end of 2011. Bowles will be facing George Roop who just returned to bantamweight and picked  up a  win over Reuben Duran at UFC 158....

    Former WEC champion Brian Bowles is returning to action for the first time since the end of 2011. Bowles will be facing George Roop who just returned to bantamweight and picked  up a  win over Reuben Duran at UFC 158. Bowles has been riding the bench since injury after injury has caught up with the 33 year old after his loss to Urijah Faber. MMAJunkie was the first to report the story. UFC 160: Velasquez Vs Bigfoot II takes place at the MGM Grand  Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 25. The card will be...

  • Brian Bowles relishes status as an underdog
    November 16, 2011

    UFC bantamweight Brian Bowles knows the California crowd will be booing on Saturday night when he enters the Octagon; he understands a good portion of the media and fans will pick against him when it comes to beating...

    UFC bantamweight Brian Bowles knows the California crowd will be booing on Saturday night when he enters the Octagon; he understands a good portion of the media and fans will pick against him when it comes to beating Urijah Faber at UFC 139. However, rather than worry about what others think, Bowles enjoys being overlooked as a force to be reckoned with. At 10-1, Bowles’ only defeat came to Dominick Cruz in WEC after a broken hand forced the ringside physician to stop the fight, the very man he’ll face in a...

  • 5 Reasons Brian Bowles Could Beat Damacio Page
    February 28, 2011

    Hello once more fans and friends and welcome to the second part of today’s new entry into my “5 Reasons Why” series. For the first part, detailing the five reasons why I think Damacio Page could beat Brian Bowles...

    Hello once more fans and friends and welcome to the second part of today’s new entry into my “5 Reasons Why” series. For the first part, detailing the five reasons why I think Damacio Page could beat Brian Bowles when the two meet on March 3 as part of the UFC’s “UFC on Versus 3” event, please click here. Now it’s time for the reverse: here are the five reasons why I think Brian Bowles could beat Damacio Page. 5. Page is a brawler, but Bowles is a finisher. Brian Bowles may have only nine...

  • 5 Reasons Why Damacio Page Could Beat Brian Bowles
    February 28, 2011

    As we head closer and closer to the next “UFC on Versus” or “UFC Live” special, all eyes are rightfully on the main event, a major showdown between top Welterweight fighters Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann....

    As we head closer and closer to the next “UFC on Versus” or “UFC Live” special, all eyes are rightfully on the main event, a major showdown between top Welterweight fighters Diego Sanchez and Martin Kampmann. But as a diehard fan of the WEC, there’s one fight at “UFC on Versus 3” that I find especially appealing. Former WEC Bantamweight Champion Brian Bowles will make his return to MMA and his debut in the UFC on March 3 against the always-tough Damacio Page. It’s a fight that’s got “sleeper...