Chase “The Vanilla Gorilla” Sherman's Professional MMA debut
Sherman made his professional debut against Braxton Smith on January 18, 2014, fighting on the regional circuit.
He made a winning start to his career, defeating Braxton Smith who carried a 0-0-0 professional MMA record into the fight.
Chase Sherman beat Braxton Smith by KO/TKO at 2:08 of Round 1.
Chase “The Vanilla Gorilla” Sherman's Ultimate Fighting Championship Career
Sherman made his debut in the UFC against Justin Ledet on August 6, 2016, fighting on the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 92: Caceres vs. Rodriguez having compiled a 9-1-0 professional MMA record.
Chase Sherman lost to Justin Ledet by Decision at 5:00 of Round 3.
Since his debut, Sherman has gone on to fight a total of 14 more times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 4-10-0.
Outside the UFC
After his UFC stint, Sherman took his next fight at IF on December 21, 2018, fighting against Frank Tate on the main card of Island Fights 51.
Chase Sherman beat Frank Tate by KO/TKO at 4:05 of Round 1.
Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship
After 3 fights outside of the promotion, Sherman returned to the UFC on May 13, 2020, fighting against Ike Villanueva on the preliminary card of UFC Fight Night: Smith vs. Teixeira.
At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 14-6-0
Chase Sherman beat Ike Villanueva by KO/TKO at 0:49 of Round 2.
When was Chase Sherman's last win?
Sherman's last win came against Jared Vanderaa at UFC Fight Night on Saturday July 9, 2022. Chase Sherman beat Jared Vanderaa by KO/TKO at 3:10 of Round 3. Chase Sherman took home an extra bonus after being awarded with Performance of the Night.