Trevor Prangley is a middleweight mixed martial arts fighter, known for his knockout power but also for his ground skills. He is the current KOTC light-heavyweight champion.
He most recently faced established ground ace and Army Ranger Tim Kennedy, losing via rear-naked choke.
Prangley then headed back up to light-heavyweight (205lbs) to fight recent UFC castout Keith Jardine in the Shark Fights promotion. He eked out a hard-fought split decision over Jardine and may have forced his retirement after handing the veteran his sixth loss in a row. Prangley next faced undefeated jiu jitsu blackbelt Roger Gracie in Strikeforce, also at light-heavyweight. Gracie defeated Prangley via first-round rear-naked choke.
Prangley was next rumored to face rising prospect Ovince St. Preux.
Instead, Prangley made his Dream debut against light-heavyweight contender Tatsuya Mizuno. Mizuno pulled off an upset, deftly defeating Prangley via first-round technical knockout. After a lengthy hiatus, Prangley next signed on to make his Bellator debut at middleweight in a non-title fight against current Bellator middleweight champion Hector Lombard. Lombard knocked Prangley out in the second round.
Prangley next signed to make his Super Fight League debut against fellow newcomer and UFC/Strikeforce veteran Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou. Prangley made the debut against Baga Agaev instead, winning via third round knockout.
He next made his KOTC debut against George Stork winning a third round rear-naked choke submission before then defeating Mike Cook by doctor stoppage between the first and second rounds and then defeating Tony Lopez via a rare fourth round technical majority decision for the vacant KOTC light-heavyweight title.
Prangley next defended the title against Lopez in a rematch defeating Lopez via second round armbar submission.
- Trevor Prangley vs. Curtis Stout - The fight was Prangley's UFC debut.
- Trevor Prangley vs. Travis Lutter - Travis Lutter was a last-minute replacement for an injured David Terrell.
- Chael Sonnen vs. Trevor Prangley 2 - After the fight, Prangley was cut from the UFC for the final time.
- Trevor Prangley vs. Andrei Semenov 2 - Andrei Semenov was a late replacement for Amar Suloev.
- Jorge Santiago vs. Trevor Prangley - The fight was the finals of the first and only Strikeforce middleweight tourney. Jorge Santiago had won earlier that night knocking out Sean Salmon quickly, and Prangley had won earlier winning a decision over Falaniko Vitale. The fight was two five-minute rounds.
- Trevor Prangley vs. Anthony Ruiz 2
- Roger Gracie vs. Trevor Prangley
- Tatsuya Mizuno vs. Trevor Prangley - The fight was Trevor Prangley's Dream debut.
- Hector Lombard vs. Trevor Prangley - The fight was the Bellator debut of Prangley and it was a non-title fight.