Height: 6'0" (183cm)
Weight: 169 lbs
Jonathan Goulet (born July 13, 1979) is a French Canadian mixed martial artist. He is currently fighting as a welterweight for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, where he made his successful debut at Ultimate Fight Night 2 , defeating Jay Hieron by technical knockout (doctor stoppage).
Goulet is often touted by the UFC as being the #2 ranked Welterweight fighter in Canada, behind the TKO Welterweight Champion, Georges St. Pierre. Goulet is undefeated in the Quebec-based organization TKO, holding an unblemished record of 9 wins, 0 losses within the company. After making a successful debut in the UFC at Ultimate Fight Night 2, Goulet suffered a first-round knockout loss to Duane Ludwig. However, Goulet rebounded, and came back to win a majority decision over The Ultimate Fighter 2 fan favorite, Luke Cummo, at Ultimate Fight Night 5.
Goulet earned his nickname, "The Road Warrior," after taking a fight on very short notice, traveling to the fight venue without his trainers or cornermen.
Goulet lost his next fight in the UFC via submission (due to strikes) to Josh Koscheck at UFC Fight Night 6 in August, and returned to TKO. He had been scheduled in a title fight for the company's welterweight title, but his opponent had to pull out. The replacement for him lost to Goulet.
In the UFC, he was defeated at UFC Fight Night 11 where he fought Dustin Hazelett but rebounded with a win over Paul Georgieff at The Ultimate Fighter 6 Finale. He won his last fight by tko(punches) at 2:07 in the second round in Montreal during UFC 83: Serra vs St-Pierre 2 against Kuniyoshi Hironaka. The fight with Hironaka earned "Fight of the Night" honors for UFC 83. Goulet was scheduled to fight Paul Kelly at UFC 85 but had to withdraw due to lack of training time.