Introducing the new benchmark of brilliance. Introducing the ultimate example of a modern-day fighter. Introducing the prototype of wrestling perfection. Introducing....Wrestler Name
"The King" Patrick GriffinCharacter
Height: 184 cms (6ft 0 in)
Weight: 80 kgs (186 lbs)Attire
Short, tight MMA fight shorts. Usually black or white with dark green designs.
MMA fingerless gloves. Usually black.
Black wrestling boots with green 'Griffin' embroidery stitched vertically on the front.
Occasionally only has his feet strapped and competes without footwear
Occasionally wears a green mouthpiece.
Usually enters the ring wearing a stylish TapouT hooded jacketBackground
Patrick Griffin is the ultimate definition of a modern day fighter, he mixes sublime skills with devastating power, whilst premeditating each action and constantly controlling the combat.
Born in Melbourne Australia, Griffin began learning the art of Muay Thai at age 5. At age 12, he had his first amatuer fight, defeating 14 year old Wayne MacDonald. He continued to dominate the amateur ranks before having his first professional fight at just 17 years of age. After 9 consecutive victories he was awarded a title match at Oceanian Muay Thai Federation (OMF) for the Light Heavyweight Championship, which he won in a first round knockout. He then raised in weight division to win the OMF Cruiserweight and Heavyweight Championships and, with an untouched record of 20-0-0, was voted the best pound for pound fighter in Australia/Oceania. With this prestigious recognition, Griffin was awarded a shot at the World Muay Thai Council (WMC) Light Heavyweight Championship. Griffin won the belt in a hard-earned 7th round knockout. He then continued to defend his belt against the top fighters from around the globe, but lost his belt after three defenses to Thai Fighter Maruepueng Fairtex in a controversial points decision. Griffin competed in five more professional fights after his loss, but shockingly retired from the sport to pursue a career in professional wrestling. He ended his short career with a excellent record of 27 wins, 1 loss and 1 draw, with 21 wins coming by way of knockout.
Griffin was also seen as a prodigious talent in Greko-Roman wreslting as a teenager and twice won the Australian National Youth Championships, but retired from the sport due to a lack of opportunity in Australia.
Since leaving Muay Thai, Griffin has also pursued his interest in Jiu-Jitsu in becoming a member of the Carlson Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu school, where he has earned a purple belt.
Since joining professional wrestling he has quickly become known for his arrogance, charisma and above all his astounding in-ring ability. His impact in the UNWA is imminent and the future of this ultimate fighter is looking even brighter than ever..