|Born||Timothy Matthew Lajcik|
June 21, 1965
Redwood City, California, United States
|Other names||The Bohemian|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||225 lb (102 kg; 16.1 st)|
|Team||Gladiators Training Academy|
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
Timothy Matthew Lajcik (Czech : Lajčík; born June 21, 1965) is a retired American mixed martial artist, stuntman, actor and writer. Lajcik competed in the heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship and the Pancrase. He lost his last fight at WFA 2 - Level 2 against Kimo Leopoldo on July 5, 2002. Lajcik holds a B.A. in Sociology with an emphasis on social work.
|14 matches||7 wins||6 losses|
|Loss||7–6–1||Kimo Leopoldo||TKO (broken toe)||WFA 2: Level 2||July 5, 2002||1||1:55||Nevada, United States|
|Loss||7–5–1||Marcelo Tigre||TKO (punches)||Pancrase - 2001 Anniversary Show||September 30, 2001||1||1:34||Kanagawa, Japan|
|Win||7–4–1||Osami Shibuya||Decision (unanimous)||Pancrase - 2001 Neo-Blood Tournament Second Round||July 29, 2001||3||5:00||Tokyo, Japan|
|Win||6–4–1||Kengo Watanabe||KO (punches)||Pancrase - Proof 2||March 31, 2001||1||3:23||Osaka, Japan|
|Loss||5–4–1||Jeff Monson||Decision||UFC 27||September 22, 2000||2||5:00||Louisiana, United States|
|Loss||5–3–1||Gan McGee||TKO (submission to strikes)||IFC WC 7: Warriors Challenge 7||May 3, 2000||1||4:38||California, United States||IFC WC 7 Tournament Semifinal.|
|Win||5–2–1||Joe Campanella||TKO||IFC WC 7: Warriors Challenge 7||May 3, 2000||1||0:18||California, United States||IFC WC 7 Tournament Quarterfinal.|
|Loss||4–2–1||Borislav Jeliazkov||Submission (rear-naked choke)||RINGS: King of Kings 1999 Block B||December 22, 1999||1||2:23||Osaka, Japan|
|Draw||4–1–1||Ron Waterman||Draw||UFC 22||September 24, 1999||3||5:00||Louisiana, United States|
|Loss||4–1||Tsuyoshi Kohsaka||TKO (corner stoppage)||UFC 21||July 16, 1999||2||5:00||Iowa, United States|
|Win||4–0||Mark Tullius||TKO (submission to strikes)||NG 9: Neutral Grounds 9||January 10, 1999||1||6:58|
|Win||3–0||Eugene Jackson||Submission (rear naked choke)||IFC WC 2: Warriors Challenge 2||May 23, 1998||1||9:49||California, United States||Won the IFC WC 2 Tournament.|
|Win||2–0||David Ross||TKO||IFC WC 2: Warriors Challenge 2||May 23, 1998||1||5:36||California, United States||IFC WC 2 Tournament Semifinal.|
|Win||1–0||Paul Devich||TKO||IFC WC 2: Warriors Challenge 2||May 23, 1998||1||1:20||California, United States||IFC WC 2 Tournament Quarterfinal.|
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