Friday, March 4, 2011

I won my fight tonight. Tko 1st round. Albuquerque really turned out to support. I'm humbled.


rob,  March 4, 2011 at 11:50 PM  

Good job Keith, we're proud of you!

CRAZY March 4, 2011 at 11:53 PM  

Congrats Bro... Dana will be calling ya soon begging you to go back to the UFC !!!!

Congrats again Bro !!!!!

AB.P,  March 5, 2011 at 3:27 AM  

dont be a fool rico. he's done. old news. will never make it to UFC again. forget it jardine. you're not even good enough for SF. sorry but truth hurts.

Anonymous,  March 5, 2011 at 4:23 AM  


Andrew,  March 5, 2011 at 5:15 AM  

I wish I could have been there. Glad to see that you are putting some wins together. Keep it up dude.

Nick Jarvie,  March 5, 2011 at 5:40 AM  

Congrats Man you really deserve these wins after that losing streak

elrom March 5, 2011 at 7:37 AM  

I'm honored that I was there to see you fight! Congratulations!!

Anonymous,  March 5, 2011 at 7:42 AM  

@AB.P Man, Jardine belongs to UFC. Look at his loses. All very tough guys. Rampage, Silva, Hammil, Bader. 4 LHW contenders. So he is good enough for UFC.


Harry Tournemille March 5, 2011 at 7:49 AM  

Atta boy, Jardine.

Mr. AB.P may feel the need to dispense useless career advice from his mother's basement, but there are plenty of folks who wish you well.

And I am one of them.

Cynthia March 5, 2011 at 8:01 AM  

Congratulations on the win! You deserve this victory.

Anonymous,  March 5, 2011 at 9:37 AM  

Well done, Keith. Albuquerque is very proud of you. You are a champion and a truly good man. Your friends and fans are behind you.

Anonymous,  March 5, 2011 at 12:36 PM  

Congrats Keith! Good to see you win! Hope to see you back in the UFC.

Tikler,  March 5, 2011 at 1:46 PM  

If you think Jardine belongs in the UFC based on who he's lost to your an idiot and know nothing about this sport. If he can't beat fighters that aren't even top 10 (Hamill) is not a LHW contender he's not even in the top 15 for the division. Jardine couldn't even beat Trevor Prangley and he's a washed up joke. He proved that in his last SF fight against Roger Gracie. Jardine has a LONG way to go to get back to UFC caliber. Starting with 1 or 2 more impressive wins in the lower promotions and then advancing to SF and winning impressively there before even being considered back to the UFC. Step up and fight Houston Alexander in Shark Fights 14 Keith. Lets see a rematch there now that James Irvine is out for testing positive for roids!!

Dirty Diver March 6, 2011 at 8:48 AM  

Tikler you're a joke. First off look at wins that Jardine had in the UFC. He fought and beat top calibur fighters, Gouveia, Griffin, Liddel, Vera, Bonner (yeah I know he lost this fight, but if you watch it you can see he was robbed.)

Yeah he was caught by Alexander, Silva, and Bader, but that can happen to anybody. Look at his other losses.

In the Rampage fight according to two of the three judges he was winning up until he got knocked down in the final ten seconds.

The Hamil fight(which Hamil is definately in the top 15, going to be fighting Rampage a former Champion) could of gone either way. I believe if Herb Dean hadnt taken a point away from Jardine for the eye poke he would of had that fight.

The Prangley fight another decision that could of went either way, and in a LOT of peoples oppinion should have went to Jardine.

Jardine now has momentum on his side with two wins against tough opponents, look at their credentials if you think these were easy fights, I'd say with another couple of wins Dana will be calling him up offering him another shot in the UFC.

Anonymous,  March 7, 2011 at 8:58 AM  

Sorry Dirty Dick I mean Diver. Your right Hamil is #15... Ooooooo still not a contender and that's including SF fighters on the list. Who cares who Jardine beat in the PAST. 2 wins against tough opponents? Yeah maybe 2 bottom feeder organizations "tough fighters"! We'll see if your right about "another couple of wins Dana will be calling him up" but I say, not going to happen.

Dirty Diver March 7, 2011 at 10:05 AM  

Wow Dirty thats original. I sincerely hope you didnt strain yourself coming up with that one.

Does your mama know your online using her computer to look at Farm Animal/Midget Porn and bash good fighters? I didnt think so.

Alright so I see you're in desperate need of some education. So lets begin.

According to Fight Magazine rankings of all light heavyweights Matt Hamil is #10. If he beats Rampage, which he'll do if he gets the fight to the ground, you could make an argument for him getting a title shot.

Yeah two wins against tough opponents. Just because a fighter isnt competing in Strikeforce or the UFC doesnt automatically make them any less dangerous.

Look at Francsco France, who Jardine beat via Uniamous Decision. The guy is a world class grappler with a Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo, is a 2x Pan-American Champion and 2x Brazilian State Champion. I really wouldnt classify him as an easy fight.

I'm going to give you some advice my frient. Stop trolling the internet trying to pick fights and spewing your venomous garbage. Move out of your mamas basement, join a gym, and start living your life.

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I was born in Butte, Montana.
A proud town known for its hard nosed rough sort of people. From there, I moved to a small town in Central Oregon where I spent a number of years before moving to Southern California. This is where I went to Canoga Park High School and then LA pierce Junior College.

I spent my last two years of college football at a division II school in Las Vegas New Mexico called New Mexico Highlands University. I finished playing football there and then coached for a few years when I met a guy teaching mma at the local rec. center. I was sold right away and drove to Albuquerque to meet Greg Jackson, who was already well known in the area. I then decided to move to Albuquerque to train with him. That was in 2000 and I have been here every since.

I got my big break in 2005 when, after my training partner Diego Sanchez did so well on The Ultimate Fighter season 1 where I got the opportunity to be on the second season of the show. Although I didn't win, I learned a lot from both Rich Franklin and my training partners while at the same time developing lifelong friendships. The show was great for my career, and has given me the opportunity to become a full time fighter and to progress to where I am today.

I have had 11 fights now in the UFC and I am currently regarded as one of the best fighters in the world.

- Keith Jardine

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