Chad “Robo” Robichaux

Chad “Robo” Robichaux

Birthday: 1975-08-18
AGE: 37 
CountryWestcliffe, Colorado
United States

Height
5’3″
160.02 cm 
Weight
126 lbs
57.15 kg

 Wins 16 0 KO/TKO (0%) 15 SUBMISSIONS (94%) 1 DECISIONS (6%)
Losses 2 1 KO/TKO (50%) 1 SUBMISSIONS (50%) 0 DECISIONS (0%)
Chad Robichaux was a member of the elite Marine Force Recon from 1993 – 2002 and then worked directly for Special Operations Command, logging over two years of combat deployments. Studying martial arts since the age of 5, “Robo” walked into the Reality Self Defense Academy in Metairie, Louisiana with his buddies Karl Schmidt, Matthias Meister in 1997 to teach “those MMA guys” a lesson in real fighting. They walked out that evening humbled by former UFC fighter Josh Stuart and Professor Alfredo Ramirez and since then the three have been studying MMA religiously (Schmidt would eventually become a 15-3 professional fighter and now Meister is the head of Gracie Barra NOLA). Not to be outdone by his buddies, Robo earned a BJJ black belt under the legendary Carlos Gracie Jr. and is now undefeated in professional MMA. Robo won his first 10 professional fights by submission, a feat unmatched in the sport. His toughest win was over 10-3 Lewis McKenzie to earn the Legacy FC Bantamweight Title. McKenzie was 7-0 at the time and generally regarded as a regional bad ass. The win bumped Robo to the #1 ranked pound for pound fighter in his region (as well as #1 bantamweight in Texas) and earned him the attention of Strikeforce and Bellator. As a former Marine, Robo was so accustomed to ball busting that he now cannot live without it, so here’s some from us. Robo’s sponsor, Ranger Up, didn’t make an shirt small enough to fit Robo, so they had to custom order them using the excuse that they were manufacturing dolls to justify it. Robo once went to a horse track to watch a race. When he was mistaken for a jockey and led into the rider’s club, he played the part and walked out with a new pair of boots, a helmet, and a few riding crops. Since then his students stopped talking back. Whenever Robo needs to smile in a photo, he recalls the time his buddy, “Dan The Captain of the Titanic” crashed into an iceberg in the middle of the desert. Ask him about it. Robo’s work ethic borders on the extreme. Federal authorities once raided his gym on a tip that children were being used as slave labor. Instead they found Robo practicing armbars until he finished “99 bottles of beer on the wall.” Robo named his dog John just to piss off all the Fluff’s and Rover’s of the world. One night Robo was drinking in the barracks (imagine that) when an argument broke out over who Keanu Reeves’ wingman in Point Break was…Nick Nolte or Gary Busey. A fight broke out and a guy in his squad named “Melton” (we suspect he totally made that name up) decided to jump in while the perpetrators were scuffling and came off the top rack of the bunks with a Jimmy Superfly Snuka elbow to the head of the guy who said it was Busey. Turns out it really was Busey, but who cares. You don’t need a valid reason to go WWE during a good barracks fight.
Result Fighter Event Method/Referee R Time
win Joseph Sandoval LFC 11 – Legacy Fighting Championship 11 May / 11 / 2012 Submission (North-South Choke) Don Turnage 1 0:51
loss Jonathan Mackles LFC – Legacy Fighting Championship 7 Jul / 22 / 2011 Submission (Guillotine Choke) Kerry Hatley 1 0:45
loss Zach Makovsky BFC – Bellator Fighting Championships 41 Apr / 16 / 2011 TKO (Punches) Jason Herzog 3 2:02
win Humberto DeLeon Strikeforce – Houston Aug / 21 / 2010 Decision (Split) Jon Schorle 3 3:00
win Lewis McKenzie LP – Legacy Promotions Nov / 07 / 2009 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) Randy Hauer 1 1:46
win Casey Erwin BONO 19 – Battle of New Orleans 19 Apr / 17 / 2009 Submission (Heel Hook) N/A 1 2:45
win Tommy Ford RC – Reality Check Jan / 31 / 2009 Submission (Guillotine Choke) N/A 1 1:20
win Danny Jung BONO 17 – Battle of New Orleans 17 Dec / 10 / 2004 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 2:30
win RC Stevens BONO 16 – Battle of New Orleans 16 Nov / 16 / 2004 Submission (Guillotine Choke) N/A 2 0:00
win Kurt Bellard RCF – Reality Combat Fighting Sep / 16 / 2002 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 0:00
win Robert Jacobs RCF 13 – Reality Combat Fighting 13 Jan / 25 / 2002 Submission (Ankle Lock) N/A 1 0:00
win Josh Barber RCF 12 – Reality Combat Fighting 12 Oct / 20 / 2001 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) N/A 2 0:00
win John Henry RCF 8 – Reality Combat Fighting 8 Nov / 18 / 2000 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 1:20
win Tim Douglas WVF – Cage Brawl Apr / 21 / 2000 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 0:50
win Jimmy Terrel RCF 4 – Reality Combat Fighting 4 Feb / 19 / 2000 Submission (Choke) N/A 1 1:00
win Phillip Nicholas RCF 4 – Reality Combat Fighting 4 Feb / 19 / 2000 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 1:00
win Charles Biggers RCF 2 – Reality Combat Fighting 2 Dec / 21 / 1999 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 3:00
win Robert Ard RCF 2 – Reality Combat Fighting 2 Dec / 21 / 1999 Submission (Armbar) N/A 1 1:25