Xavier  Vigney
Current Rank
203 CM / 6'7"
United States of America
115.7 KG / 255 LBS
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Fighter Stats

Glory Record 5-0-0 (3 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 5:13 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 3:0 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 13.14 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 6.09 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential 7.05 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 45.49% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Fighter Media

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Win Freddy Kemayo Glory 28: Paris
Mar 12 2016
Decision - Unanimous
Win Daniel Sam Glory 23: Las Vegas
Aug 07 2015
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Win Maurice Jackson Glory 21: San Diego
May 08 2015
KO Icon fighter video play
Win Chi Lewis-Parry Glory 21: San Diego
May 08 2015
TKO Icon fighter video play
Win Everett Sims Glory 19: Virginia
Feb 06 2015
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Fighter Bio

Twitter Xavier  Vigney

5-0-0 (3 KO) United States of America





Northern California has produced some of America’s top fighters over the years. It is home to former STRIKEFORCE and WEC champions Nick Diaz, Gilbert Melendez and Jake Shields, plus UFC lightweight contender Nate Diaz. 

Setting out to add his own name to Northern California’s martial arts honor roll is Xavier Vigney. The young heavyweight comes from the Bay Area and is quickly making a name for himself in GLORY’s hardest-hitting weight division. 

Vigney entered the organization via an eight-man ‘Road to GLORY’ tournament which he won by stopping three opponents in one night, one after another, earning himself a contract. His official GLORY debut also ended in a knockout victory, announcing the new prospect’s arrival with a bang. 

A lifelong athlete, Vigney was a football star in his teenage years, playing for the extraordinary De La Salle High School team for several years during a record-setting 151-game winning streak which ran from 1992 to 2004.

Vigney was subsequently offered college football scholarships but harbored dreams of being a professional fighter. He started training with Dan Black - former kickboxing coach to Nick Diaz and the Cesar Gracie team - and had success as an amateur, albeit with numerous frustrations along the way as opponents repeatedly pulled out on him. 

His professional debut came against a big name as he faced the UFC and Bellator veteran Seth Petruzelli in a K-1 tournament. He stopped Petruzelli - best known for his MMA stoppage win over Kimbo Slice - but then lost to the vastly more experienced Zabit Samedov in the next round. 

After the tournament Vigney knew the level he was now capable of and threw himself into his training, working with professional boxers as well as with the Diaz brothers. Vigney was one of Nick Diaz’s sparring partners during preparations for the early 2015 superfight with Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva. 

Born in the tough docklands city of Oakland, Vigney now resides in the more salubrious East Bay with his girlfriend and their several dogs. His partner is also an athlete and the two help each other stay in shape, regularly partaking in runs of ten to fifteen miles with one another.