Six Youngest UFC Fighters Ever In The Octagon

The UFC signed 20-year-old Sergio Pettis to its ranks after amassing a flawless 9-0 MMA record. He was the youngest fighter on the current UFC roster when he took on Vaughn Lee at UFC 167, and he was also among the youngest to have ever competed in the promotion.

We at MMA Insight have compiled a list of six of the youngest fighters to have ever fought for the UFC, and Pettis will be in a group of other stellar MMA stars.


1. Dan Lauzon

The younger brother of UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon, Dan Lauzon made his UFC debut as an 18-year-old against Spencer Fisher at UFC 164. It may have been a fight he lost, but Lauzon has gone on to have a fairly solid MMA career in the seven years since then.

He won eight straight MMA fights between 2007 and 2009, which resulted in a second shot at the UFC. That did not go so well for the younger Lauzon, having lost back to back fights to Cole Miller and Efrain Escudero.

However, he has not lost a fight since then, racking up five wins in a row and has now found a home at the World Series of Fighting (WSOF).

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From Perth, Australia, Bruno has been an MMA fan on and off (mostly on) for 10 years. He did Taekwondo for a few years as a kid and dabbled in BJJ and Muay Thai as an adult, but is more an MMA fan than anything else. He is also an experienced journalist and writer, having written a number of articles on an array of topics.