Jason Reinhardt
MILETICH - Fighting systems
 
 
Jason Reinhardt has been training in Martial Arts since the age of nine.

He made his Mixed Martial Arts debut in 1999, capturing a couple title belts along the way.

Fighting out of Pat Miletich's world renowned Miletich Fighting Systems and Mike Griffin's Pro Gym, Reinhardt won the Submission Fighting Championships (SFC) bantamweight title defeating Ray Duke on 11/03/2000.

This was a very special and meaningful title fight considering his manager Brian Madden had passed away just days before this title shot. Madden was one of the first guys to welcome the Bantamweight class in the United States, and gave Jason his start in professional mixed martial arts. One of the last things Brian had said to Jason was, "do not let that belt go back to Arizona". Reinhardt made sure that didn't happen winning by Arm bar submission in the first round, after almost being KO'ed in the opening minutes.

 

Jason Reinhardt Biography



Weight Class:
145-155

Name: Jason Reinhardt

Record: 20-1 Professional MMA record

School: Miletich Fighting Systems/Gracie Barra

Hometown: Decatur, Illinois
 
   

September 27 2010
Jason Reinhardt Considering PKR Surgery

September 27 2010
REINHARDT OUT, GARZA IN AT WEC 51

September 26 2010
Reinhardt Fails Eye Exam – Out Against Tie Quan Zhang at WEC 51

September 24 2010
Reinhardt Takes Aim at WEC’s Chinese Investment

September 14 2010
Jason Reinhardt (20-1) will be facing Chinese fighter Tie Quan "The Mongolian Wolf" Zhang (16-0) in the WEC 51 September, 30th 2010

 
   
     
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