UFC vet who competed in MMA from 1994 to 2010. UFC 4 would not be Fairn's first MMA fight, and it wouldn't be his last, but it would be his only showing at the highest level of the sport. He competed as recently as 2010, and was one of the fighters on the second Maximum Fighting Championship card in 2001. He was a black belt in Aiki Jitsu under his father, David Fairn, and claimed black belts in Karate and Tae Kwon Do as well. In his hometown of Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, Fairn had a reputation as an underground club fighter, reportedly having won 33 bare knuckle matches. That reputation brought him to California, where he worked as a celebrity bodyguard and occasional stunt man. Much like Alberto Cerro Leon before him, this led him to the Gracie Jiujitsu school which was notorious in California for its Gracie challenges. It was through this avenue that Fairn found himself an alternate for UFC 4. He lost his single UFC fight to Guy Mezger. Today he is rumored to still be involved in body guard work both in Vancouver and in California.
|Place of birth||Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada|