Ex-UFC signee Sean Loeffler sentenced to jail for home violence

by Christina S. Brown
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A former UFC hopeful has been sentenced to 2 years in jail for home violence.

Sean Loeffler was signed to the UFC in 2012, and made it to combat evening for his promotional debut in opposition to Buddy Roberts. However a fluke harm meant he by no means made the stroll to the cage, and he by no means made it again.

Tuesday, Loeffler was given a two-year sentence in San Diego after he accepted a deal and pleaded responsible to a number of home violence-related prices in opposition to a number of victims, based on ABC-10 TV in San Diego.

One of many girls who learn sufferer influence statements in courtroom, based on ABC-10, stated she met Loeffler at Compound MMA & Health in Oceanside, Calif. That website nonetheless lists Loeffler, who had been CEO of the group.

At UFC on FUEL TV 1, Loeffler harm himself whereas warming up. The fee in Nebraska dominated him out, and he it was 28 months earlier than he fought once more. Suffice it to say, he by no means made it again to the UFC.

Loeffler, 41, whose nickname was “The Destroyer,” had his largest alternative in 2010 for Bellator, however was knocked out by Bryan Baker. He by no means misplaced once more over a interval of greater than 9 years, however hasn’t fought since March 2020.

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