Pete
Williams
8-5-0( W-L-D )

Fight History

Skill Breakdown

Charts are compiled based on results from 8 fights.
Record: 8-5-0
Summary: Versatility and size

Fighter Info

Nickname: El Duro (The Hard One)
From: San Lorenzo, California - USA USA
Age: 39
Height: 6' 3" ( 190 cm )
Weight: 235 lb ( 106 kg )

Striking

Total Attempted Strikes
0
180
39% Successful
71
Types of Successful Strikes
0
71
56% Standing
15%
28%
40
11
20
Striking Defense
56
%
The percentage of total strikes avoided

Grappling

Total Takedowns
0
6
50% Successful
3
Grappling Totals by Type
 
 
Subm.
Passes
Sweeps
6
8
0
Takedown Defense
45
%
The percentage of total takedowns avoided
Result Fighters Event Str TD Sub Pass Method Replay
Loss
Frank Mir Mar 22, 2002
4 0 1 0 R1 Submission
Pete Williams 0 1 0 0
Loss
Ricco Rodriguez Nov 2, 2001
26 5 1 5 R2 KO/TKO
Pete Williams 4 0 1 0
Loss
Semmy Schilt May 4, 2001
15 0 0 0 R2 KO/TKO
Pete Williams 6 1 0 2
Kevin Randleman Nov 19, 1999
10 6 2 0 R5 Decision - Unanimous
Pete Williams 8 0 1 1
Win
Pete Williams May 7, 1999
15 0 2 2 R1 Submission
Travis Fulton 6 0 0 0
Win
Pete Williams Mar 5, 1999
3 1 1 1 R1 Submission
Jason Godsey 2 0 0 0
Loss
Tsuyoshi Kosaka Oct 16, 1998
14 3 5 8 R2 Decision - Unanimous
Pete Williams 13 0 0 2
Win
Pete Williams May 15, 1998
22 0 1 0 R2 KO/TKO
Mark Coleman 26 3 0 1

Biography

Training Style

"I’m training harder but more importantly, I’m training smarter. You learn from your mistakes and learn how to train better every time. I’m working more on my boxing. I still work on my submissions obviously."

Pete trains out of Ken Shamrock’s famous Lion’s Den, which has produced fighters like Frank Shamrock, Jerry Bohlander, Mikey Burnette, Guy Mezger, Tra Telligman, Vernon White and others.

UFC History

Pete made his debut at UFC 17 "Redemption", where he knocked out former UFC Heavyweight Champion Mark Coleman with a kick to the face at :38 seconds into overtime. At Ultimate Brazil Pete lost a very close split decision to former training partner and friend Tsuyoshi Kosaka.

At UFC 19 "Ultimate Young Guns" Pete took on Jason Godsey. This fight was not to last long, with both men coming out with a quick tie-up to start the action off. Godsey threw a leg kick with Williams answering with a punch to the face. Godsey, in what can be best described as an attempted flurry of punches, chased Williams, who in turn took Godsey down. Williams was able to secure a knee bar for the victory in less than two minutes.

At UFC 20 Pete Williams defeated Travis Fulton in 6:28 by armbar. Pete was wary of Fulton’s right hand early in the fight. Pete tried for a heel hook that Fulton thwarted. Later in the fight Fulton left his arm extended in Pete’s guard and Pete took advantage securing an armlock and ending the match.

At UFC 23 on November 14, 1999, Pete lost to Kevin Randleman by unanimous decision in a match to fill the vacant UFC heavyweight title. "I got off track. I got way too complacent sitting in the guard after the first round. I didn’t have any offense. I got deflated a bit after the first round."

UFC 31 - Petey lost by referee stoppage 1:28 in of Round 2

UFC 34: High Voltage - Pete lost to Ricco Rodriguez by TKO (ref stoppage from strikes) at 4:02 of round 2.

UFC 36: Worlds Collide - Pete Losses to Frank Mir by WSub 1 (modified kimura - 0:46)

More Information

Pete and Jerry Bohlander were on the same high school wrestling team and Pete started training at the Lion’s Den about a month after Jerry did. There is a strong bond between the two. Pete was the runner up in the 1996 Pancrase Neo Blood Tournament and has competed in the RINGS organization in Japan, Superbrawl, and King Of The Cage.

Pete’s favorite submission hold is the kneebar.

"I like the UFC. I like the exposure in America. I’m happy to be back especially now because it looks like the show is really going to take off."

Career

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