Malcolm Gordon Biography

Malcolm Silvera Gordon is a Canadian MMA fighter who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s (UFC) Flyweight division. He previously competed as a WXC, PMMA, TKO, and HFC Flyweight Champion. Gordon was born in and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Malcolm Gordon Age

Malcolm Gordon was born on May 19, 1990, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He is 33 years old.

Malcolm Gordon Height

Gordon stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Malcolm Gordon Wife

Malcolm is quite private about his personal life, thus he has not divulged anything about it. He has also not revealed any information about his children.

Malcolm Gordon Family

Gordon was born in Canada to Canadian parents. Presently details on her parents and siblings are unknown. We will, however, update the information as soon as it becomes available.

Malcolm Gordon’s Net Worth

Malcolm’s estimated net worth is between $ 1 million -$ 5 million.

Malcolm Gordon Career

He began his martial arts training at a Brazilian jiu-jitsu academy and then moved on to kickboxing in Calgary, Alberta. Following his training, he began his career by defeating Tyler Kirk in his debut fight in 2012. Following that, he battled Chris Kelades and won by unanimous decision before losing to his opponent. He created a name for himself in 2016 when he defeated Dimitri Waardenburg at TKO MMA.

He was later defeated in the opening round before securing his status as flyweight champion against Michael Jordan at WXC 69. He then took a vacation before returning to the TKO Flyweight championship, where he faced Jordan Graham at TKO 42. He won a fight against James Mancini and Yoni Sherbatov before joining the Ultimate Fighting Championship. After joining the UFC in 2020, he debuted against Amir Albazi at UFC Fight Night: Figueiredo vs. Benavidez 2. However, he was defeated in the first round of the match by Amir.

Gordon met Su Mudaerji five months later and was knocked out less than a minute into round one. Malcolm defeated Francisco Figueiredo at UFC on ESPN 26 in 2021 and won the bout. That same year, he was supposed to meet Denys Bondar, but Gordon backed out for undisclosed reasons. In the years that followed, he met Bondar and won by technical knockout in the first round. In addition, he fought Muhammad Mokaev, who defeated him in the third round. Gordon fought Jake Hadley in 2023 and lost the match.


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