Pete Spratt

Program Director & Lead Striking Instructor

Pete Spratt is an American professional mixed martial artist. He is a Welterweight known for his appearances in the UFC and on The Ultimate Fighter 4 reality television show, holding a record of 3-4 with the organization. He has also competed in Strikeforce, the MFC, and Shark Fights.

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Pete Spratt has been competing in MMA for the past 9 years and has an extensive background in Muay Thai Kickboxing. Spratt was trained by the one and only Saekson Janjira who is highly regarded as one of the best Muay Thai trainers in the United States and around the World. Pete has been in the Cage/ring with the likes of George St. Pierre, Josh Koscheck, Marcus Davis, Carlos Newton, Robbie Lawler, Chris Lytle, Matt Serra and Carlos Condit just to name a few! Spratt holds a 3-4 UFC record and an overall MMA record of 25-20-0. He also carries a 15-3 kickboxing record with an overall fight record of 56-23-0.

Spratt currently continues his Muay Thai and MMA training under coach Kru Mark Dellagrotte in Boston, Massachusetts of the famed Sityodtong Muay Thai camp in Thailand. Kru Mark has trained such UFC Vets as Kenny Florian, Jorge Rivera, Patrick Cote, Frank Mir and Stephan Bonner. Spratt trains boxing under former WBC Champion “Jesse“ James Leija. He has been training jiu-jitsu under Pinheiro for 4 years now and currently holds a purple belt. He has also trained under Houston’s Saul Soliz who has been the Head Trainer for Tito Ortiz for 7 years and Seattle’s Maurice Smith. Some of his training partners have included Yves Edwards, Chris Brennan, Melvin Guillard, Shonie Carter Travis Lutter, Jorge Rivera, Rich Clementi, Gideon Ray, Kenny Florian, Sam Soliman, Chris Leben, Bob Sapp, Duane Ludwig, Charles McCarthy, Mickey Burnett, Alex Andrade, Guy Mezger, Tra Telligman and many, many others. He was also a member of Spike Tv’s very popular show The Ultimate Fighter 4 “The Comeback”! This show enabled Spratt to refocus on his MMA career and have a brand new start to re-establish himself as one of the best welterweights in the world. Since TUF 4 Spratt’s career has been up and down with a record of 3-4. Not ready to fold his cards, at 40 Spratt still feels he has what it takes to get back on top with a recent impressive 25 second KO over Antonio Flores at the Legacy Fighting Championships in Houston,TX on July 22nd 2011. Spratt hold’s a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Safety and Health with a minor in Recreation.