Gordon "Rage" Roodman
- Submission : 1 Wins - 1 Losses
- TKO/KO : 1 Wins - 3 Losses
- Decision : 1 Wins - 2 Losses
- Age : 32
- Height : 1.77 m
- Reach : 178 cm
- Leg Span :
- Stance :
- BG Discipline : Karate & Kickboxing
Exciting all rounder
- From : South Africa
- Fighting out of : Hennopspark, Centurion
- Gym : Warrior Sports
- Trainer : Brett Clarke
- Submission : 30%
- Takedowns : 10%
- Striking : 60%
Pro Fight History
Mzwandile HlongwaEFC 67No ContestNo Contest (Unintentional Foul)
William FleuryEFC 66LossR2 TKO (Punches)
Cameron MeintjiesEFC 60LossR3 Decision (Unanimous)
Georgie GeorgievEFC 57WinR3 Decision (Unanimous)
Mark HulmeEFC 56LossR1 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)
Rafal HaratykEFC 50LossR1 KO (Punches)
Keron DaviesEFC 46WinR1 KO (Punches)
Dino BagattinEFC 36LossR2 TKO (Elbows)
Shaun de LangeEFC 32LossR3 Decision (Split)
Bruno MukuluEFC 30DrawR3 Draw (Majority)
Pupanga TresorEFC 29WinR2 Submission (Armbar)
Exhibition Fight History
What do you do for fight preparation?
Generally a fight camp consists of 6 days a week of training. Roughly 4 hours a day split over two sessions, mornings and evenings. I work on my trademark striking all year round and have over the last year put countless hours into my ground game ensuring I am a complete, all round, dangerous fighter.
How did you get your fight name?
Well you see, those who know me outside of the Hexagon will know I’m generally a very controlled and calculated person. However once that Hexagon door slams, something inside me switches on and all the built up Rage culminates in that one moment. It only took a few fights and the label stuck. . .
When and why did you start martial arts training?
I started as a six year old boy with Karate, continued until I was a multiple SA champion with one world title under the belt. I moved on to Kickboxing and yet again sought to be the absolute best. Once I had won the world championships in my Matric year I took a bit of time off for studying, etc., before stumbling onto MMA. I liked what I saw and was hooked immediately. Fighting is in my bones. It’s what I do and I’m only just starting a new chapter of my journey.
- Accomplished amateur