Jiří Procházka

Jiří Procházka
Jiří "Denisa" Procházka 2020 07 Strahov Praha.jpg
Born (1992-10-14) October 14, 1992 (age 29)
Znojmo, Czechoslovakia[1] (now Czech Republic)
Other namesDenisa
ResidenceBrno, Czech Republic
Height6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Weight205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)
DivisionLight Heavyweight (2012–2015, 2017–present)
Heavyweight (2015–2016)
Reach80[2] in (203 cm)
StyleMuay Thai
Fighting out ofBrno, Czech Republic
TeamJetsaam Gym Brno[3]
TrainerMartin Karaivanov (Jetsaam Gym Brno) (head coach & kickboxing coach)[4]Jaroslav Hovězák (Jetsaam Gym Brno) (MMA coach)[4]
Zdeněk Dohnal (Girja Brno) (strength coach)[5]
Years active2012–present (MMA)
Mixed martial arts record
By knockout25
By submission3
By decision1
By knockout2
By submission1
Other information
Notable school(s)Masaryk University[6]
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
Medal record

Jiří Procházka (Czech: [ˈjɪr̝iː ˈproxaːska] (listen); [ˈjɪrka] (listen); born October 14, 1992) is a Czech professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Light Heavyweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he is the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He was the inaugural Rizin FF Light Heavyweight Champion and the inaugural Czech GCF Light Heavyweight Champion. As of June 20, 2022, he is #10 in the UFC men's pound-for-pound rankings.[8]


Procházka was born on October 14, 1992 in the south Moravian part of Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic).[1] Procházka's father died when he was 6 years old.[9]

In his youth, Procházka played amateur football for TJ Družstevník Hostěradice. He was also an active freestyle BMX rider and a floorball player.[10]

As a teen, Procházka partook in street fights almost weekly, getting into more than 100 of them. This eventually led him to join the hooligan club tied to Prochazka's local soccer team, FC Zbrojovak Brno, where he would take part in organized group street fights with clubs of other teams, even participating in 30-on-30 brawls.[11]

Since 2017, Procházka has lived in a cottage about 30 minutes outside of his hometown of Brno, near a reservoir. The cottage has electricity and other amenities, however it has no gas and he gets his water out of a well.[11]

Procházka first encountered mixed martial arts before beginning high school, after a friend showed him videos of kickboxer Ramon Dekkers and mixed martial artists Mirko Filipovic and Fedor Emelianenko.[12] After watching the film Never Back Down, he began to train in martial arts, in particular Thai boxing.[12]

Mixed martial arts career

Gladiator Fighting Championship

Procházka made his professional MMA debut in April 2012 for the Gladiator Fighting Championship, the biggest promotion in his native Czech Republic at the time.[13]

Inaugural Light Heavyweight Champion

In his tenth professional bout, he won the inaugural GCF Light Heavyweight Championship in the back-and-forth fight against Czech MMA pioneer Martin Šolc via flying knee knockout on December 7, 2013 at GCF 26 FN. Video of the bout went viral in the Czech Republic and Procházka was also awarded a post-fight bonus.[13] The fight was later awarded 'Czech Fight of the Year' by major media outlets.[14]

Procházka defended his title against Tomáš Penz on June 6, 2014 at GCF 28: Cage Fight 4. He won the fight via technical knockout due to a flying knee in 41 seconds.[15]

Procházka signed a deal with the Rizin Fighting Federation shortly before his win against Evgeni Kondratov. After amassing a record of 14–2–1 during his first three years in the sport, Procházka as the first Czech entered the Rizin Fighting Federation in 2015.[16][17]

Rizin Fighting Federation

World Grand Prix 2015

Procházka made his promotional debut against Satoshi Ishii on December 29, 2015 in the World Grand Prix 2015 -100 kg tournament at the Rizin FF's first event Saraba no Utake. He won the quarter-final fight via knockout in the first round.[18][16][excessive citations]

Procházka's next fight in the Rizin FF's -100 kg tournament was at Iza no Mai on December 31, 2015. He won the semi-final fight against Vadim Nemkov via technical knockout, and then lost in the final fight against Muhammed Lawal via knockout in the first round.[19] Procházka weighed in at 95.9 kgs (211.5 pounds) for the tournament.[20]


Procházka faced Kazuyuki Fujita on April 17, 2016 at Rizin 1 at a catchweight of 110 kgs (242.5 pounds). Procházka weighed in at 98.6 kgs (217.3 pounds) for the bout.[21] He won the fight via technical knockout in the first round.[22]

Procházka faced Mark Tanios on September 25, 2016 at Rizin 2 - Rizin Fighting World Grand Prix 2016: Opening Round. He won the fight via unanimous decision.[23] Procházka suffered a knee injury during the fight and was subsequently pulled from the tournament.[24]

Procházka faced Willian Roberto Alves on September 29, 2017, at Fusion FN 16 - Cage Fight, the homecoming event organized by his team. He won the fight via technical knockout in the first round.[25]

Procházka faced Karl Albrektsson on December 29, 2017 at Rizin Fighting World Grand Prix 2017 - Bantamweight Tournament: 2nd Round. He won the fight via technical knockout in the first round.[26]

Procházka faced Bruno Henrique Cappelozza on July 28, 2018, at Rizin 11. He won the fight via knockout in the first round.[27]

Procházka faced Jake Heun on September 30, 2018 at Rizin 13. He won the fight via technical knockout in the first round.[28]

Procházka was scheduled to face Emanuel Newton on December 31, 2018 at Rizin 14.[29] However, Newton was pulled out of the fight, citing a rib injury. Procházka remained on the card and was rescheduled to face Brandon Halsey.[30] He won the fight via technical knockout in the first round.[31]

RIZIN Light Heavyweight Champion

Procházka faced Muhammed Lawal in rematch on April 21, 2019 at Rizin 15 for the inaugural Rizin FF Light Heavyweight Championship. He won the fight via technical knockout in the third round.[32]

Procházka faced Fábio Maldonado on October 12, 2019 at Rizin 19: Lightweight Grand Prix 1st Round at a catchweight of 100 kgs (220.4 pounds). Procházka weighed in at 97.90 kgs (215.8 pounds) for the bout.[33] He won the fight via knockout in the first round.[34]

Procházka defended his title against C. B. Dollaway on December 31, 2019, at Rizin 20. He won the fight via knockout in the first round. This was the last fight on the Procházka's contract with Rizin. After the fight, he signed a new deal with the UFC and vacated his title.[35]

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Procházka signed a contract with the UFC in January 2020.[36] He made his promotional debut against former UFC Light Heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir on July 11, 2020 at UFC 251. He won via knockout in the second round and was awarded a Performance of the Night bonus award.[37]

Procházka was expected to face two–time UFC Light Heavyweight Championship title challenger Dominick Reyes on February 27, 2021 at UFC Fight Night 186. However, in late January, Reyes was pulled from the fight, due to injury, and the bout was rescheduled for May 1, 2021 at UFC on ESPN: Reyes vs. Procházka.[38] In a back and forth fight, Procházka won the fight via knockout in the second round.[39] With this win, he was awarded the Performance of the Night and Fight of the Night bonus awards.[40]

Procházka was scheduled to face Glover Teixeira for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship on May 7, 2022 at UFC 274.[41] However, the bout was postponed to June 11, 2022 at UFC 275 for undisclosed reasons.[42] In a back and forth fight, Procházka won the bout and title via rear-naked choke submission in the fifth round, becoming the first Czech fighter to win a UFC championship.[43] This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award[44] and the Crypto.com "Fan Bonus of the Night" award paid in bitcoin of US$20,000 for second place.[45]

Personal life

Procházka is well-known as a devoted follower of the Bushido principles, the samurai moral values and the Miyamoto Musashi's teachings and philosophy, especially the Musashi's The Book of Five Rings, which Procházka considered as a life-changing book for him.[46]

He is a supporter of FC Zbrojovka Brno and was involved in organized football hooliganism, including pre-arranged fights, until he started his professional combat sports career.[47]

Besides his native Czech, Procházka is conversational in English (as of his UFC debut).[48] While competing in UFC and Rizin FF, Procházka attended Masaryk University for his bachelor’s degree, majoring in security forces physical fitness policy.[49] He is also a graduate of the his local Protective Service Secondary Academy (Czech: SOŠ OOM), now the Brno's School of Law & Security (Czech: BPA).[50]

Procházka is known for his catchphrase, "BJP" (B'e-y'e-p'e; Czech: [bɛːjɛːpɛː] (listen)). It is the Czech initialism for "Bomby jak piča(!)" (English: Bomb The Shit Out of 'Em[!] or Bomb-'em-up[!]), it is Procházka's battle cry and also the name of his merchandise brand.[51]

His unusual nickname, the Czech girl's given name Denisa, equivalent to English Denise, and Deniska (English: Denni), the diminutive of it, originated during a training camp, where Procházka had mistakenly responded to his trainer's call for another fighter, the girl of that name.[52]

Championships and achievements

Mixed martial arts

Muay Thai

2011 Czech National Championships champion (−86.18 kg)[7]

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record breakdown
33 matches 29 wins 3 losses
By knockout 25 2
By submission 3 1
By decision 1 0
Draws 1
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 29–3–1 Glover Teixeira Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC 275 12 June 2022 5 4:32 Kallang, Singapore Won the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship. Fight of the Night.
Win 28–3–1 Dominick Reyes KO (spinning back elbow) UFC on ESPN: Reyes vs. Procházka 1 May 2021 2 4:29 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Performance of the Night. Fight of the Night.
Win 27–3–1 Volkan Oezdemir KO (punch) UFC 251 12 July 2020 2 0:49 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Performance of the Night.
Win 26–3–1 C. B. Dollaway KO (punches) Rizin 20 31 December 2019 1 1:55 Saitama, Japan Defended the Rizin Light Heavyweight Championship.
Win 25–3–1 Fábio Maldonado KO (punches) Rizin 19: Lightweight Grand Prix 1st Round 12 October 2019 1 1:49 Osaka, Japan Catchweight (100 kg) bout.
Win 24–3–1 Muhammed Lawal TKO (punches) Rizin 15 21 April 2019 3 3:02 Yokohama, Japan Won the inaugural Rizin Light Heavyweight Championship.
Win 23–3–1 Brandon Halsey TKO (submission to punches) Rizin 14 31 December 2018 1 6:30 Saitama, Japan
Win 22–3–1 Jake Heun TKO (punches) Rizin 13 30 September 2018 1 4:29 Saitama, Japan
Win 21–3–1 Bruno Henrique Cappelozza KO (punches) Rizin 11 28 July 2018 1 1:23 Saitama, Japan
Win 20–3–1 Karl Albrektsson TKO (punches) Rizin World Grand Prix 2017: 2nd Round 29 December 2017 1 9:57 Saitama, Japan
Win 19–3–1 Wilian Roberto Alves TKO (punches) Fusion FN 16: Cage Fight 29 September 2017 1 3:41 Brno, Czech Republic Return to Light Heavyweight.
Win 18–3–1 Mark Tanios Decision (unanimous) Rizin World Grand Prix 2016: 1st Round 25 September 2016 2 5:00 Saitama, Japan Rizin Openweight Grand-Prix 1st Round.
Win 17–3–1 Kazuyuki Fujita KO (punch) Rizin 1 17 April 2016 1 3:18 Nagoya, Japan Catchweight (110 kg) bout.
Loss 16–3–1 Muhammed Lawal KO (punch) Rizin World Grand Prix 2015: Part 2 - Iza 31 December 2015 1 5:09 Saitama, Japan For the 2015 Rizin World Grand Prix.
Win 16–2–1 Vadim Nemkov TKO (retirement) 1 10:00 2015 Rizin World Grand Prix Semifinal.
Win 15–2–1 Satoshi Ishii KO (head kick and knees) Rizin World Grand Prix 2015: Part 1 - Saraba 29 December 2015 1 1:36 Saitama, Japan Heavyweight debut. 2015 Rizin World Grand Prix Quarterfinal.
Win 14–2–1 Evgeni Kondratov KO (punch) ProFC 59: Battle of Kursk 3 21 November 2015 1 4:23 Kursk, Russia
Win 13–2–1 Michał Fijałka TKO (corner stoppage) GCF 31: Cage Fight 6 22 May 2015 1 5:00 Brno, Czech Republic
Win 12–2–1 Rokas Stambrauskas TKO (corner stoppage) GCF Challenge: Back in the Fight 4 27 March 2015 1 5:00 Příbram, Czech Republic
Draw 11–2–1 Mikhail Mokhnatkin Draw (majority) Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 18 20 December 2014 3 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Win 11–2 Darko Stošić TKO (punches) GCF Challenge: Cage Fight 5 14 November 2014 1 1:09 Brno, Czech Republic
Win 10–2 Tomáš Penz TKO (flying knee and punches) GCF 28: Cage Fight 4 6 June 2014 1 0:41 Brno, Czech Republic Defended the GCF Light Heavyweight Championship.
Win 9–2 Viktor Bogutzki Submission (rear-naked choke) GCF 27: Road to the Cage 21 March 2014 1 2:17 Prague, Czech Republic
Win 8–2 Martin Šolc KO (flying knee) GCF 26: Fight Night 7 December 2013 3 4:00 Prague, Czech Republic Won the inaugural GCF Light Heavyweight Championship.
Win 7–2 Oliver Dohring TKO (punches) Rock the Cage 4 12 October 2013 1 N/A Greifswald, Germany
Loss 6–2 Abdul-Kerim Edilov Technical Submission (rear-naked choke) Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 12 20 June 2013 1 1:56 Moscow, Russia
Win 6–1 Radovan Estocin KO (flying knee and punches) GCF 23: MMA Cage Fight 2 10 May 2013 1 0:26 Brno, Czech Republic
Win 5–1 Josef Žák TKO (doctor stoppage) GCF 19: Back in the Fight 2 15 February 2013 1 N/A Příbram, Czech Republic
Loss 4–1 Bojan Veličković TKO (punches) SFC 1: Balkan Fighter Night 9 December 2012 1 N/A Belgrade, Serbia
Win 4–0 Strahinja Denić Submission (triangle choke) Ring Fight Brno 15 November 2012 1 2:10 Brno, Czech Republic
Win 3–0 Martin Vaniš TKO (punches) GCF 17: Big Cage Ostrava 2 20 October 2012 1 2:48 Ostrava, Czech Republic
Win 2–0 Vladimír Eis KO (knee) GCF 15: Justfight Challenger 24 August 2012 1 1:02 Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
Win 1–0 Stanislav Futera KO (punch) GCF 10: Battle in the Cage 7 April 2012 1 0:53 Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic Light Heavyweight debut.


See also



Year Title Role Notes
2020 Jiří Procházka: The Conscious Fighter[58] Himself TV Documentary


Year Title Role Notes
2019 Blbej den (English: Bad Day)[59] Karateka / Himself Anthology streaming TV miniseries
Lead role
Episode: "Karate je svinstvo (English: Karate Is a Hell of a Thing)"[60]
Season 1
Episode 9


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Awards and achievements
Preceded by 17th UFC Light Heavyweight Champion
11 June 2022 – present


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