Canadian Lightweight: 146-155 lbs.


J.F. Bolduc and J.T. McCarthy compete for the inaugural UCC Canadian lightweight championship.

J.F. Bolduc
def.
J.T. McCarthy
Submission (punches) @ 2:11 of R1
UCC 2: The Moment Of Truth
08.12.00

Phil Hughes
def.
J.F. Bolduc
Submission (armbar) @ 7:12 of R1
UCC 3: Battle For The Belts
01.27.01

Justin Bruckmann
def.
Phil Hughes
Decision (unanimous) @ 5:00 of R4
UCC 6: Redemption
10.19.01

Jason Bruckmann vacates the UCC Canadian lightweight championship in order to compete in the welterweight division.

Universal Combat Challenge re-brands itself as TKO Major League MMA.  The UCC Canadian lightweight championship is hereby observed as the TKO Canadian lightweight championship.

Dave Goulet and Shawn Davidson compete for the vacant TKO Canadian lightweight championship.

Dave Goulet
def.
Shawn Davidson
TKO (punches) @ 4:52 of R1
TKO 14: Road Warriors
11.29.03

Donald Ouimet
def.
Dave Goulet
Submission (rear-naked choke) @ 4:32 of R1
TKO 16: Infernal
05.22.04

def.
Dave Goulet
Knockout (punch) @ 0:40 of R2
TKO 17: Revenge
09.25.04
def.
Blake Fredrickson
Decision (unanimous) @ 5:00 of R3
TKO 18: Impact
11.26.04

The TKO Canadian lightweight championship and the TKO world lightweight championship are unified when Donald Ouimet and James Martinez compete for the undisputed TKO lightweight championship.

Donald Ouimet
def.
James Martinez
Decision (split) @ 5:00 of R3
TKO 20: Champion vs. Champion
04.02.05

TKO Major League MMA chooses to dissolve the TKO Canadian lightweight championship.

TKO Major League MMA ceases operations and folds by the end of the 2008 calendar year.

TKO Major League MMA resumes operations in 2016.