Stats & Records
Wins by Knockout
Wins by Submission
First Round Finishes
- Sig. Strikes Landed
- Sig. Strikes Attempted
- Takedowns Landed
- Takedowns Attempted
- Sig. Str. Defense is the percentage of significant strikes attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Takedown defense is the percentage of takedowns attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Knockdown Avg. is the average number of knockdowns per 15 Minutes window.
Sig. Str. By Position
Sig. Str. by target
Win by Method
- Pro since 2016
- One win by KO, eight by submission (6 RNC, triangle, guillotine)
- Has won 10 of his last 13
- Eight first round finishes
UFC on ESPN (12/2/23) Solecki was knocked out by Drakkar Klose at 1:41 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (2/25/23) Solecki submitted Carl Deaton via rear naked choke at 4:55 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (6/4/22) Solecki won a three round majority decision over Alex da Silva
UFC Fight Night (10/2/21) Solecki lost a three round split decision to Jared Gordon
UFC on ABC (4/10/21) Solecki won a three round unanimous decision over Jim Miller
UFC on ESPN (8/22/20) Solecki submitted Austin Hubbard via rear naked choke at 3:51 of the first round
UFC on ESPN (12/7/19) Solecki won a three round unanimous decision over Matt Wiman
Dana White's Contender Series, Season 3
Episode 3 (7/9/19) Solecki submitted Jesse James Wallace via guillotine choke at 3:49 of the first round
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training in 1999 at six years old in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. I began training for my first fight in 2015 to pursue my dream of becoming one of the best in the world.
What ranks and titles have you held? I held two amateur titles, but my proudest rank is my black belt in Jiu-Jitsu.
Do you have any heroes? My heroes are John Hassett, my lifelong Jiu-Jitsu Instructor and one of the best men I’ve ever known, and Chris Goude, my boxing coach, one of the toughest and smartest people I know. He is a cancer survivor and pushes hard every day to be able to train me.
What would it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It would mean everything for me to prove that I can fight at the highest level and make a living for my family.
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I went to college and was two semesters away from a degree in Exercise Science, but dropped out when I began fighting.
What was your job before you started fighting? I was a kids’ Jiu-Jitsu coach and worked in a warehouse unloading trucks.
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? USFFC Lightweight Champion, NY State Champion
Favorite grappling technique: Rear naked choke
Favorite striking technique: Anything involving footwork/head movement