Dennis Siver's Professional MMA debut
Siver made his professional debut against Kordian Szukala on February 28, 2004, fighting on the regional circuit.
He made a winning start to his career, defeating Kordian Szukala who carried a 0-0-0 professional MMA record into the fight.
Dennis Siver beat Kordian Szukala by Submission at 0:17 of Round 1.
Dennis Siver's Ultimate Fighting Championship Career
Siver made his debut in the UFC against Jess Liaudin on April 21, 2007, fighting on the preliminary card of UFC 70: Nations Collide having compiled a 10-3-0 professional MMA record.
Dennis Siver lost to Jess Liaudin by Submission at 1:21 of Round 1.
Since his debut, Siver has gone on to fight a total of 21 more times in the UFC. His UFC record stands at 12-8-0 with 1 no contest.
Outside the UFC
After his UFC stint, Siver took his next fight at MFG on October 25, 2008, fighting against Chas Jacquier on the of the regional circuit.
Dennis Siver beat Chas Jacquier by Submission at 4:21 of Round 1.
Return to Ultimate Fighting Championship
After 1 fights outside of the promotion, Siver returned to the UFC on January 17, 2009, fighting against Nate Mohr on the preliminary card of UFC 93: Franklin vs. Henderson.
At the time of his UFC return, his professional MMA record stood at 12-6-0
Dennis Siver beat Nate Mohr by KO/TKO at 3:27 of Round 3.
The first man to defeat Charles Rosa
Siver defeated the previously unbeaten Charles Rosa on October 4, 2014, at UFC Fight Night 53: Nelson vs. Story. Charles Rosa came into the fight with a 9-0-0 record. Siver was a -285 betting favorite going into the fight. Dennis Siver beat Charles Rosa by Decision at 5:00 of Round 3. Both fighters earned a post-fight bonus, after the bout was awarded Fight of the Night.
When was Dennis Siver's last win?
Siver's last win came against BJ Penn at UFC Fight Night 112 on Sunday June 25, 2017. Dennis Siver beat BJ Penn by Decision at 5:00 of Round 3.