Canadian Middleweight: 171-185 lbs.


David Loiseau and Steve Vigneault compete for the inaugural UCC Canadian middleweight championship.

David Loiseau
def.
Steve Vigneault
TKO (corner stoppage) @ 10:00 of R1
UCC 2: The Moment Of Truth
08.12.00

Jason St. Louis
def.
David Loiseau
TKO (punches) @ 2:42 of R1
UCC 3: Battle For The Belts
01.27.01

Steve Vigneault
def.
Jason St. Louis
TKO (corner stoppage) @ 10:00 of R1
UCC 4: Return Of The Super Strikers
05.12.01

def.
Mike Kitchen
TKO (corner stoppage) @ 4:38 of R2
UCC 6: Redemption
10.19.01

def.
J.P. Cantin
Submission (punches) @ 1:53 of R1
UCC 8: Fast And Furious
03.30.02

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

Steve Vigneault and Sean Pierson compete for the TKO Canadian middleweight championship.

Steve Vigneault
def.
Sean Pierson
Decision (unanimous) @ 5:00 of R3
TKO 13: Ultimate Rush
09.06.03

Chris Fontaine
def.
Steve Vigneault
TKO (knee) @ 1:14 of R1
TKO 15: Unstoppable
02.28.04

David Loiseau
def.
Chris Fontaine
Knockout (punch) @ 0:13 of R1
TKO 16: Infernal
05.22.04

David Loiseau vacates the TKO Canadian middleweight championship after leaving the promotion to compete for the UFC.

The TKO Canadian middleweight championship and the TKO world middleweight championship are unified when Patrick Cote and Jason Day compete for the undisputed TKO middleweight championship.

Patrick Cote
def.
Jason Day
TKO (punches) @ 4:05 of R1
TKO 29: Repercussion
06.01.07

TKO Major League MMA chooses to dissolve the TKO Canadian middleweight 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.