UFC vet who competed from 1995 to 2008. Gipson can rightly be called a jack of all trades, master of none. As a pro MMA fighter, he compiled a record of 1-2, leaving the sport after UFC 6 only to return 13 years later. He also had a pro boxing record of 2-2 (1 NC) and claims status as a K-1 kickboxer, lifetime wrestler, and long-time Jiu Jitsu practitioner, although I can't find any evidence of the latter combat careers. He trained often with MMA filmmaker Bobby Razak, and was not only the subject of one of Razak's pieces, but was supposed to be one of the principal subjects of his fighter reality series Underground Kings highlighting the struggles of MMA fighters.
|Place of birth||Las Vegas, Nevada|