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Residence
  
Role
  
Actor

Name
  
Randy Couture


Reach
  
75 in (191 cm)

Nationality
  
American

Height
  
1.87 m

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Born
  
Randy Duane Couture June 22, 1963 (age 52)Everett, Washington (
1963-06-22
)

Other names
  
The Natural, The Handy, Captain America

Weight
  
205 lb (93 kg; 14 st 9 lb)

Division
  
Light heavyweightHeavyweight

Children
  
Ryan Couture, Aimee Couture, Caden Couture

Spouse
  
Sharon Couture (m. 1981–1993), Tricia Couture (m. ?–2005)

Martial arts
  
Muay Thai, Wrestling, Jujutsu, Boxing, Greco-Roman wrestling

Movies and TV shows
  
The Expendables, The Expendables 3, The Expendables 2, The Ultimate Fighter, Dancing with the Stars

Similar People
  
Terry Crews, Dolph Lundgren, Ryan Couture, Tito Ortiz, Fedor Emelianenko

Profiles

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Randall "Randy" Duane Couture (; born June 22, 1963) is an American actor, retired United States Army Sergeant, retired mixed martial artist and former collegiate and Greco-Roman wrestler. During his tenures in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Couture became a three-time UFC Heavyweight Champion, two-time UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, an interim UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and the UFC 13 Heavyweight Tournament Winner. Couture is the first of only three fighters to hold two UFC championship titles in two different divisions (along with B.J. Penn and Conor McGregor).

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Couture has competed in a record 16 title fights. He holds the most title reigns in the UFC with six. His last fight with Lyoto Machida marked his 24th fight in the UFC, the tenth largest number of fights in the UFC (Michael Bisping, Frank Mir, and Tito Ortiz are tied for first with 27). Couture is the fourth member of the UFC Hall of Fame. He is the only person over the age of 40 to have won a UFC championship fight, having done so four times. Couture has also been one of the few MMA champions to have recovered a title he had previously lost, and is the only fighter to have achieved it three times (twice at Heavyweight, once at Light Heavyweight).

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Couture was an Olympic wrestling alternate and has lived in Corvallis, Oregon, throughout much of his career, where he served as an assistant wrestling coach and a strength and conditioning coach for Oregon State University. He established Team Quest with Matt Lindland and Dan Henderson, a training camp for fighters, based out of Gresham, Oregon, and headed by coach Robert Folis. In 2005, Couture moved to Las Vegas, where he opened his own extensive chain of gyms under the name Xtreme Couture. Couture partnered with Bas Rutten to open Legends Gym in Hollywood, California.

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Couture is generally recognized as a clinch and ground-and-pound fighter who uses his wrestling ability to execute take downs, establish top position and successively strike the opponent on the bottom. Couture has displayed a variety of skills in boxing and catch wrestling and has submitted four opponents using different chokeholds. Couture is the only athlete in UFC history to win a championship after becoming a Hall of Fame member and is the oldest title holder ever in the UFC and MMA.

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Background

Couture was born in Everett, Washington, the son of Sharan Amelia (née King) and Edward Lewis "Ed" Couture. He wrestled at Alderwood Middle School in Lynnwood, Washington, then moved on to Lynnwood High School, where he won a State Championship during his senior year in wrestling. He served in the U.S. Army from 1982 to 1988, attaining the rank of Sergeant in the 101st Airborne, where he "wrestled and did a little boxing." While he was in the Army he applied for tryouts with the U.S. Army Freestyle Wrestling team; however due to a clerical error his application was sent to the Greco-Roman tryouts and rather than wait until the next year he decided to pursue it. Despite never having competed in Greco-Roman he made the team.

Upon discharge, Couture became a three-time Olympic team alternate (1988, 1992 and 1996), a semifinalist at the 2000 Olympic Trials, a three-time NCAA Division I All-American and a two-time NCAA Division I runner-up (1991 and 1992) at Oklahoma State University. In 1992, he was the Division I runner-up at 190 pounds, coming in second after Mark Kerr. He was working as a wrestling coach at Oregon State University when he decided to compete in MMA.

Ultimate Fighting Championship and RINGS

Being called to the tournament as an alternative on three weeks notice, Couture made his professional mixed martial arts debut at UFC 13 in May 1997, as part of a four-man Heavyweight tournament. His first opponent was Tony Halme, who outweighed him by nearly 100 pounds (45 kg; 7.1 st). Couture immediately hit a double-leg takedown and, after some ground and pound, moved to back mount and secured a rear-naked choke submission to win in under a minute. In the tournament final, he defeated Steven Graham, another larger opponent (290 lb), by TKO at 3:13 into the first round.

On October 17, 1997, at UFC 15, Couture fought Vitor Belfort to determine the number one contender for the UFC Heavyweight Championship. Couture was an underdog, as 19-year-old Belfort was the UFC 12 Heavyweight Tournament Champion, winning all of his matches with devastating punches. After circling away from Belfort's left hand, Couture got the clinch. The fighters broke up and, when Belfort attempted a flurry of punches, Couture hit a takedown. He immediately gained side control and landed strikes. As Belfort scrambled to his feet, Couture landed knee strikes. He clinched again and wore Belfort down with dirty boxing. By the 7-minute mark, Belfort was exhausted. Couture again took him down, and finished him with punches from back mount, for one of the biggest upsets in MMA at the time.

At UFC Japan on December 21, Couture challenged the UFC Heavyweight Champion, Maurice Smith to his second title defense since winning the belt from Mark Coleman earlier that year. It was a slow-paced fight, and neither fighter significantly damaged the other, but Couture hit several takedowns and held positional control throughout the fight. After 21 minutes, he won a majority decision and became the new UFC Heavyweight Champion.

In 1998, UFC matchmakers wanted Couture to defend the belt against Bas Rutten, former King of Pancrase. Couture instead signed with Vale Tudo Japan, and was stripped of the title. He had his first and only match against Shooto veteran and grappling especialist Enson Inoue. After taking the fight to the ground, Couture tapped out to an armbar, just over 90 seconds into the bout.

Still in Japan, Couture was signed up with Fighting Network RINGS, debuting against Mikhail Illoukhine on March 20, 1999, in RINGS. Couture submitted to a kimura, though the loss was controversial due to Illoukhine locking the hold while they were being re-positioned on the center of the ring. After that loss, he took a break from MMA to focus on his amateur wrestling career.

Couture returned to MMA in October 2000, for the RINGS King of Kings Tournament 2000. He won a unanimous decision over UFC veteran Jeremy Horn in his first fight, and then another over Pancrase veteran Ryushi Yanagisawa. These two wins qualified him for the final event of the tournament, in March 2001. Before that, he was offered a shot at the UFC Heavyweight Championship against Kevin Randleman on Nov. 17, 2000. He was taken down in the first two rounds, but defended well from his back, negating most of Randleman's ground and pound attempts. In the third round, he tripped Randleman to the mat and landed several strikes from full mount for a TKO victory and his second UFC Heavyweight Championship.

In March 2001, Couture continued in the RINGS King of Kings Tournament 2000 Final. After winning an even decision over veteran Tsuyoshi Kohsaka in the first fight, he got caught in a guillotine choke by Valentijn Overeem after committing himself in a takedown and had to submit. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira won the tournament, and Couture returned to the UFC.

His first title defense was against Brazilian kickboxer Pedro Rizzo, at UFC 31. This was the first UFC event under Zuffa management, with Dana White as the new president. Both fighters inflicted substantial damage. After five 5-minute rounds, Couture won a close unanimous decision. Some fans felt Rizzo had won, so the UFC set up an immediate rematch for UFC 34, in November 2001. This time, Couture won decisively by TKO in the third round.

His third title defense was in March 2002, against up-and-comer Josh Barnett. In the second round, Barnett mounted Couture and landed several strikes to win the title by TKO. After the fight, it was revealed Barnett had tested positive for anabolic steroids. He was subsequently stripped of the title and cut from the UFC.

Couture then faced Ricco Rodriguez for the vacant UFC Heavyweight Championship at UFC 39, in late 2002. After dominating the first three rounds, 39-year-old Couture became noticeably fatigued. In the fifth round, Rodriguez took him down and landed an elbow strike to his orbital bone, breaking it and making him submit. This was the first time a UFC fight had finished in the fifth round.

Move to light heavyweight and trilogy with Chuck Liddell

After two consecutive losses to larger opponents in the Heavyweight division, Couture moved down to the Light Heavyweight division. In his Light Heavyweight debut, he fought long-time number one contender Chuck Liddell for the UFC Interim Light Heavyweight Championship. He was again the underdog but, after outstriking Liddell for three rounds, took the fight to the ground and won by TKO via strikes from full mount, becoming the first UFC fighter to win titles in two weight classes.

His next match, against five-time defending champion Tito Ortiz, was billed as a "Champion vs. Champion" fight. 40-year-old Couture won a unanimous decision to become the undisputed UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

Couture's first title defense was against Vitor Belfort, whom he had previously defeated in 1997 at UFC 15. In the first round, as Couture closed the distance to attempt a clinch, Belfort grazed his right eye with a left hook. His glove opened a cut, and Belfort was declared the winner when the cageside doctor advised the fight be stopped. A rubber match took place later that year. Couture dominated all three rounds before winning by doctor stoppage due to a cut, and became a two-time UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

On April 16, 2005, in a rematch with Liddell, Couture lost his title and suffered the first knockout loss of his career. He came back in August to defeat Mike Van Arsdale and reestablish himself as a top contender. He faced Liddell for the third and final time in a championship match at UFC 57, on February 4, 2006. He was knocked out in the second round and, immediately afterwards, announced his retirement from MMA.

On June 24, 2006, on The Ultimate Fighter 3 Finale, Couture became the fourth inductee to the UFC Hall of Fame, joining Royce Gracie, Dan Severn, and Ken Shamrock.

Retirement

After retiring from MMA, Couture became a regular broadcast commentator for UFC events and co-host of Before the Bell and After the Bell on The Fight Network. He appeared in the Rob Schneider movie Big Stan, with fellow mixed martial artists Don Frye and Bob Sapp.

On November 17, 2006, Couture fought and drew with Brazilian jiu-jitsu champion Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza in a submission wrestling contest. After the match Couture invited Souza to train at his gym. Souza accepted and started training at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas.

Couture was featured in the season two premiere episode of the Spike TV show Pros vs. Joes, which aired January 25, 2007. His teammates on the episode were Michael Irvin, Kevin Willis, and José Canseco. He returned for the finale, where he took part in a football-based round. His teammates were Willis, Randall Cunningham, Bruce Smith, Roy Jones Jr. and Tim Hardaway.

Reclaiming the Heavyweight Championship

On January 11, 2007, Couture announced his return from retirement in an interview on the Spike TV magazine show, "Inside the UFC". In a conversation with Joe Rogan, he confirmed he would face Tim Sylvia for the UFC Heavyweight Championship at UFC 68, on March 3, 2007. He also announced he had signed a four-fight, two-year deal with the UFC.

At the age of 43, Couture defeated Sylvia by unanimous decision to become UFC Heavyweight Champion for a third time (a UFC record). Couture's first punch, eight seconds into the fight, sent the 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) Sylvia to the mat. He controlled the pace of the fight for five rounds, smothering Sylvia with strikes and numerous takedowns. All three judges scored the bout 50–45 for Couture.

At UFC 74 on August 25, 2007, Couture successfully defended the title against Brazilian Gabriel Gonzaga, defeating him via TKO by strikes. Couture suffered a broken left arm when he blocked one of Gonzaga's kicks. The kick cleanly split his ulna, requiring him to wear a splint for six weeks.

Resignation and dispute with the UFC

On October 11, 2007, Couture announced he was severing all ties with the UFC, leaving two contracted fights, a position as an on-air analyst and the UFC Heavyweight Championship behind. He received $250,000 (plus $936,000 of PPV revenue) for his comeback fight with Tim Sylvia. He received a $250,000 purse for defeating Gabriel Gonzaga (plus a $35,000 "Fight of the Night" bonus and $787,000 in PPV revenue). He complained Chuck Liddell was allegedly paid more than he was, despite losing his previous two fights. Couture cited the UFC's failure to sign #1 ranked Heavyweight fighter Fedor Emelianenko, as well as disputes with UFC management, for his decision.

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On October 18, 2007, UFC president Dana White said Couture remained the UFC Heavyweight Champion despite his plans to quit, and reiterated he would not release Couture from the final two fights on his contract. Couture held a press conference on October 25, 2007, where he denied his departure from UFC was a "retirement", set forth his grievances about his pay, and reiterated his belief that he would be free from any contractual obligations to the UFC after nine months. On October 30, 2007, White and Zuffa CEO Lorenzo Fertitta held another press conference, where White reiterated the UFC's position of twelve days prior, and released documents refuting Couture's claims about the pay he received.

White and Couture had a "good" conversation at UFC 78. They met again on Thanksgiving weekend to discuss a possible UFC return, but Couture said he had no desire to do so at the time.

Cornering some of his fighters from Xtreme Couture at HDNet Fights on December 15 in Dallas, Texas, Couture answered questions about Fedor Emilianenko, stating that he would like to fight him in October, once his UFC contract expired, if the UFC could not come to a co-promotion agreement with Russia's M-1 Global beforehand.

On January 15, 2008, Zuffa filed a lawsuit in Clark County District Court in Nevada, citing breach of contract and irreparable damage, seeking over $10,000 in damages. This suit only concerned Couture's employment contract and not his promotional contract. On February 28, 2008, Judge Jennifer Togliatti handed down the first ruling in the case, issuing a preliminary injunction barring Couture from participating in an IFL event held the following day.

On August 2, 2008, a Texas appeals court granted Zuffa's request for a stay against a motion for a declaratory judgment in a suit filed by HDNet regarding Couture's contractual status with the UFC. The stay effectively ended the dispute in the state of Texas, and Zuffa was allowed to move forward with the Nevada suit.

Return to the UFC

On September 2, 2008, the UFC announced it had signed Couture to a new three-fight contract. On November 15, he returned at UFC 91 in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he lost the UFC Heavyweight Championship to Brock Lesnar. At first a closely contested match, Lesnar knocked Couture down in the second round and struck him with hammerfists for a TKO victory at 3:07. In a post-fight interview with Joe Rogan, Couture declared his desire to keep fighting and said he felt he was still becoming a better fighter, blaming the loss on his performance, not his age.

On August 29, 2009, Couture faced former UFC Interim Heavyweight Champion and former PRIDE Heavyweight Champion Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 102 in Portland, Oregon, and lost a unanimous decision. After the bout, Couture stated he felt he was in the best shape of his life, and would wait and see what the UFC had in store for him. The fight received the "Fight of the Night" award.

Return to light heavyweight and retirement

After the Nogueira loss, Couture signed a new six-fight deal, which superseded his previous contract.

On November 14, 2009, at UFC 105, Couture faced Brandon Vera. Vera landed effective strikes and scored a takedown, but Couture won a somewhat controversial unanimous decision. The fight was his first at Light Heavyweight since losing to Chuck Liddell in 2006. With the win, the 46-year-old Couture became the oldest fighter to win a UFC bout.

Couture fought fellow UFC Hall of Famer Mark Coleman at UFC 109. The bout marked the first time UFC Hall of Famers fought each other in the UFC. They were scheduled to meet at UFC 17 in 1998, but an injury to Couture forced the cancellation of the bout. They wrestled each other in a freestyle match at the 1989 Olympic Festival at Oklahoma State University; Coleman won the match by one point. Couture modified his training for this bout, focusing on catch wrestling and refining his boxing under coach Gil Martinez. The combined age of these fighters (91) is the highest in any UFC match. Couture made Coleman pass out to a rear-naked choke submission in the second round, getting his first submission win in over four years.

Couture was scheduled to fight Rich Franklin at UFC 115, but Franklin instead fought Chuck Liddell, replacing Liddell's original opponent, Tito Ortiz. Couture instead faced three-time boxing world champion James Toney at UFC 118. Couture dominated Toney, taking him down and mounting him within seconds, and quickly making him submit to an arm triangle choke. Many felt that this fight had been made as an attempt to repair damage done to the credibility of MMA after Ray Mercer knocked out former UFC Heavyweight Champion Tim Sylvia.

Couture had stated he was interested in fighting either Lyoto Machida or Maurício Rua (in a non-title bout). Since Rua had an upcoming title defense against Jon Jones, UFC matchmakers gave him Machida. They fought on April 30, 2011, at UFC 129, before 55,000 fans in Toronto. Couture had stated before the bout it would be his final fight. Machida knocked him out in the second round with a jumping front kick. After the fight, Couture announced he was "finally done fighting", at the age of 47.

Bellator Fighting Championships

On January 29, 2013, Couture signed with Bellator to be a coach in the first season of their reality show, Fight Master: Bellator MMA which debuted in June 2013. Couture also did commentary for Bellator 96.

Acting

Couture made a cameo appearance on the season finale of the CBS show The Unit, as a military guard. He played fight commentator Terry Flynn in the film Redbelt. He appeared on an episode of The History Channel show Human Weapon on September 27, 2007, and starred in the 2008 film The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior. He played Toll Road in the 2010 movie The Expendables and reprised the role in the 2012 and 2014 sequels. He did several public service announcements, one against crystal meth. He starred alongside 50 Cent and Bruce Willis in the 2011 film, Setup, as an enforcer named Petey. In 2012, he played the leading role of hard-bitten cop Paul Ross in Brandon Nutt's action film Hijacked, alongside Dominic Purcell.

On September 4, 2014, it was announced that Couture would be one of the celebrities competing on the 19th season of Dancing with the Stars. He paired with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff. The couple was eliminated on the third week of competition finishing in eleventh place.

Couture has appeared in 3 episodes of the TV series Hawaii Five-0 as Jason Duclair.

Personal life

Couture was previously married to Sharon, Tricia, and Kim Couture (née Borrego). He and Kim filed for divorce in May 2009. He continued to coach her and support her MMA career. He has three children: sons Ryan and Caden, and daughter Aimee. Asked if MMA could be improved, he suggested health insurance, retirement plans as well as more equal compensation regarding other athletes and sports. He lives in Las Vegas. He enjoys hunting.

Greco-Roman wrestling

  • Pan American Games
  • Pan American Championship Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – second place (June 13, 1990)
  • Pan American Championship Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – winner (January 1, 1991)
  • Pan American Championship Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – second place (January 1, 1992)
  • Pan American Championship Greco-Roman Seniors 97 kg – third place (May 21, 1997)
  • Pan American Championship Greco-Roman Seniors 97 kg – second place (March 24, 1998)
  • Pan American Games Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – winner (August 6, 1991)
  • FILA Wrestling World Championships
  • FILA test tournament Greco-Roman Seniors 97 kg – third place (March 14, 1998)
  • FILA World Cup Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – third place (November 9, 1991)
  • FILA World Cup Greco-Roman Seniors 90 kg – third place (November 21, 1992)
  • Collegiate wrestling

  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
  • NCAA Division I All-American (1990, 1991, 1992)
  • NCAA Division I 190 lb/86.4 kg - 6th place out of Oklahoma State University (1990)
  • NCAA Division I 190 lb/86.4 kg - Runner-up out of Oklahoma State University (1991)
  • NCAA Division I 190 lb/86.4 kg - Runner-up out of Oklahoma State University (1992)
  • Mixed martial arts

  • Black Belt Magazine
  • 1997 Full-Contact Competitor of the Year
  • George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame
  • George Tragos award (2013)
  • Fighting Network RINGS
  • 2000 RINGS King of Kings Tournament Semifinalist
  • Inside Fights
  • 2009 Fight of the Year - vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira on August 29
  • Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • UFC Heavyweight Championship (Three times)
  • UFC Light Heavyweight Championship (Two times)
  • Interim UFC Light Heavyweight championship (One time)
  • UFC 13 Heavyweight Tournament Champion
  • Fight of the Night (Two times)
  • UFC Hall of Fame
  • UFC Viewer's Choice Award
  • Winner of The First UFC Hall of Famer vs. UFC Hall of Famer bout in UFC History
  • Most Championship reigns in UFC history (6)
  • Most Championship fights in UFC history (15)
  • Most Championship fights lost in UFC History (6)
  • Oldest fighter to win a title in UFC history (43 years, 255 days)
  • Oldest fighter to defend a title in UFC history (44 years, 65 days)
  • Oldest fighter to win a fight in UFC history (47 years, 68 days)
  • First fighter to hold Championships in two weight classes
  • First fighter to hold an Interim UFC Championship
  • Tied (Tim Sylvia) for most successful Heavyweight title defenses (3)
  • Tied (Tim Sylvia, Brock Lesnar, Cain Velasquez and Stipe Miocic) for most consecutive heavyweight title defenses (2)
  • Tied (Chuck Liddell) for fourth most wins in the UFC (16)
  • All-time leader in UFC fight cards headlined
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter
  • 2003 Most Outstanding Fighter
  • 2007 MMA Most Valuable Fighter
  • MMA Most Valuable Fighter of the Decade (2000–2009)
  • 2001 Fight of the Year vs. Pedro Rizzo on May 4
  • World MMA Awards
  • Outstanding Contribution to MMA
  • ESPY Award
  • 2007 Best Fighter ESPY Award - Nomination
  • Sherdog
  • Mixed Martial Arts Hall of Fame
  • Filmography

    Actor
    -
    Cameron and Eddie Lose the Belt (pre-production) as
    Razor Reynolds
    -
    Fight Pride (pre-production) as
    Bull
    -
    Street Death Fight (pre-production) as
    Gorsuch
    -
    Angels Fallen: Warriors of Peace (post-production) as
    Marcus
    -
    Clown Motel (post-production) as
    Cranston
    -
    F Plus (post-production) as
    Terry Grimes
    -
    The Bell Keeper (completed) as
    Hank
    2023
    Expend4bles (completed) as
    Toll Road
    2023
    Outlaw Johnny Black (completed) as
    Bill Basset
    2023
    Phoenix as
    Everett Grant
    2023
    NCIS: Los Angeles (TV Series) as
    ATF Special Agent Bill Newsome
    - New Beginnings, Part Two (2023) - ATF Special Agent Bill Newsome
    - New Beginnings (2023) - ATF Special Agent Bill Newsome
    2022
    MVP as
    Randy
    2022
    Demon Pit as
    G Man
    2022
    Blowback as
    Jack
    2021
    Surviving Mann (TV Series)
    - Mission Execution (2021)
    2021
    The Manson Brothers Midnight Zombie Massacre as
    Thump Hanson
    2020
    Alpha Code as
    agent Ray Bowie
    2020
    Final Kill as
    Deacon Long
    2018
    Ballers (TV Series) as
    Randy Couture
    - Municipal (2019) - Randy Couture
    - Forgiving Is Living (2018) - Randy Couture
    2019
    D-Day: Battle of Omaha Beach as
    Major Cleveland Lytle
    2019
    The Hard Way as
    Briggs
    2018
    Antidote as
    Victor
    2018
    The Row as
    Detective Cole
    2015
    Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series) as
    Jason Duclair
    - A'ole e 'olelo mai ana ke ahi ua ana ia (2017) - Jason Duclair
    - Ka Pono Ku'oko'a (2016) - Jason Duclair
    - Lehu a Lehu (2015) - Jason Duclair
    - Nanahu (2015) - Jason Duclair
    2016
    Good Kids as
    Tough Husband
    2016
    Range 15 as
    Zombie Couture
    2014
    Stretch as
    The Jovi
    2014
    The Expendables 3 as
    Toll Road
    2013
    Ambushed as
    Jack Reiley
    2013
    3 Geezers! as
    Randy
    2012
    The Expendables 2 as
    Toll Road
    2012
    Hijacked as
    Paul Ross
    2011
    Setup as
    Petey
    2010
    The Expendables as
    Toll Road
    2008
    Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (Video Game) as
    Cmdr. Warren Fuller
    2008
    The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior (Video) as
    Sargon
    2008
    Redbelt as
    Dylan Flynn
    2007
    Big Stan as
    Carnahan
    2007
    The Unit (TV Series) as
    Sgt. Strickland
    - M.P.s (2007) - Sgt. Strickland
    - Paradise Lost (2007) - Sgt. Strickland
    2006
    Invincible as
    'Toruci' Player #1
    2006
    The King of Queens (TV Series) as
    Priority Plus Driver
    - Fight Schlub (2006) - Priority Plus Driver (uncredited)
    2005
    No Rules as
    Mason
    2005
    Today You Die (Video) as
    Vincent's Bodyguard #1 (uncredited)
    2003
    Cradle 2 the Grave as
    Fighter #8
    Stunts
    2018
    Antidote (stunts)
    2002
    Oz (TV Series) (stunts - 2 episodes)
    - Junkyard Dawgs (2003) - (stunts)
    - Impotence (2002) - (stunts)
    Producer
    2022
    Demon Pit (executive producer)
    2013
    Ambushed (producer)
    Thanks
    2012
    On the Assault: The Real-Life Weaponry of the Expendables 2 (Video short) (special thanks)
    2008
    Blonde and Blonder (the producers would like to thank)
    Self
    -
    Chuck Zito: An American Story (Documentary) (post-production) as
    Self
    -
    Dolph (Documentary) (post-production) as
    Self
    2023
    Criss Angel's Magic with the Stars (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Video Game to Life (2023) - Self
    2018
    Professional Fighters League (TV Series) as
    Self - Color Commentator / Self - Ringside Commentator
    - 2022 PFL World Championship (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - 2022 PFL World Championship Prelims (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - 2022 PFL Playoffs: Featherweights & Women's Lightweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - 2022 PFL Playoffs: Welterweights & Heavyweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 7 2022 Playoffs: Lightweights & Light Heavyweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 6: Welterweights & Women's Lightweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 5: Featherweights & Heavyweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 4: Lightweights & Light Heavyweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 3: Welterweights & Women's Lightweights (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 2: Featherweights & Heavyweights, Part 2 (2022) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 10 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 9 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 8 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 7 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 6 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 5 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 4 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 3 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - Week 1 (2021) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL Championship (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - Playoffs Night 2 (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - Playoffs Night 1 (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 5 (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 4 (2019) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 2 (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 1 (2019) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 11 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 10 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 9 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 8 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 7 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 5 (2018) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 4 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 3 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    - PFL 2 (2018) - Self - Color Commentator
    - PFL 1 (2018) - Self - Ringside Commentator
    2022
    For the Love of Catch (Documentary) as
    Self
    2022
    Made in Hollywood (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Elvis/The Black Phone/The Summer I Turned Pretty (2022) - Self
    2021
    Svengoolie (TV Series) as
    Self - Actor (Flashback Weekend Panel)
    - Indestructible Man (2021) - Self - Actor (Flashback Weekend Panel)
    2021
    Surviving Mann (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Walk the Plank (2021) - Self
    - The Team (2021) - Self
    - Find Yourself (2021) - Self
    - Roll the Dice (2021) - Self
    - Hang On (2021) - Self
    - The Target (2021) - Self
    - The Mission (2021) - Self
    2021
    Home Base (TV Mini Series) as
    Self
    - At Home with Randy Couture (2021) - Self
    2020
    PN & Friends (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Summer Distancing (2020) - Self
    2020
    Banned, Exploited & Blacklisted: The Underground Work of Controversial Filmmaker Shane Ryan as
    Self (segment :"The Making of Samurai Cop 2")
    2020
    Fox Nation Outdoors (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture (2020) - Self
    2019
    Lights Out with David Spade (TV Series) as
    Toll Road
    - Episode #1.69 (2019) - Toll Road
    2019
    Ariel Helwani's MMA Show (Podcast Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #2.45 (2019) - Self
    - Episode #2.18 (2019) - Self
    2019
    Through My Father's Eyes (Documentary) as
    Self
    2019
    30 for 30 (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Former UFC Champion
    - Chuck & Tito (2019) - Self - Former UFC Champion
    2019
    GunnyTime (TV Series) as
    Self - Host
    - Shotgun Vetting (2019) - Self - Host
    - Pirates of the Mediterranean (2019) - Self - Host
    - Blast Into the Future (2019) - Self - Host
    - Teamwork Makes the Dream Work (2019) - Self - Host
    2019
    Celebrity Family Feud (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Milo & Camryn Manheim vs. Marissa-Jaret Winokur and Bella Twins vs. MMA Fighters (2019) - Self
    2019
    In the Spotlight (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture (2019) - Self
    2019
    Ok! TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.127 (2019) - Self
    2018
    Impractical Jokers (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Pantsing with the Stars (2018) - Self
    2013
    Bellator MMA Live (TV Series) as
    Self - Ryan Couture's Corner / Self / Self - MMA Legend / ...
    - Bellator 209 (2018) - Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    - Bellator 207 (2018) - Self - MMA Legend / MVP Co-Founder
    - Bellator 201 (2018) - Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    - Bellator MMA 135: Warren vs. Galvao 2 (2015) - Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    - Bellator MMA 130 (2014) - Self
    - Bellator MMA 124 (2014) - Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    - Bellator MMA 101 (2013) - Self
    - Bellator MMA 96 (2013) - Self - Fight Master Coach
    2018
    GunnyTime: Celebrity Edition (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Don't Go Towards the Light (2018) - Self
    - Hotchkiss Bang Bang (2018) - Self
    2018
    Professional Fighters League 3: Shields vs. Cooper III (TV Special) as
    Self - Fight Commentator
    2017
    IX Annual Fighters Only MMA Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Interviewee
    2017
    Professional Fighters League: Everett (TV Special) as
    Self - Fight Commentator
    2017
    Professional Fighters League: Daytona (TV Special) as
    Self - Fight Commentator
    2017
    Bill Nye Saves the World (TV Series) as
    Tardigrade
    - The Original Martian Invasion (2017) - Tardigrade
    2016
    LeagueOne: In the Spotlight! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture: Xtreme Couture GI Foundation! (2016) - Self
    2016
    IRON WILL: Veterans Battle with PTSD (Documentary) as
    Self
    2016
    The Domenick Nati Show (TV Series short) as
    Self - Guest
    2016
    Criss Angel Trick'd Up (TV Special) as
    Self
    2016
    The Hurt Business (Documentary) as
    Self
    2016
    The Weekend in Vegas (TV Series) as
    Self (2016-)
    2016
    UFC 200 Greatest Fighters of All Time (TV Mini Series) as
    Self
    - Greatest Fighters: 10 - 1 (2016) - Self
    - Greatest Fighters: 30 - 11 (2016) - Self
    2016
    Hell's Kitchen (TV Series) as
    Self - Restaurant Patron
    - 5 Chefs Compete (2016) - Self - Restaurant Patron
    2016
    Lip Sync Battle (TV Series) as
    Self - Competitor
    - Gabriel Iglesias vs. Randy Couture (2016) - Self - Competitor
    2016
    Nine Legends (Documentary) as
    Self
    2015
    Whose Line Is It Anyway? (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Randy Couture (2015) - Self - Guest
    2015
    Safest Place on Earth (Documentary) as
    Self
    2015
    World Series of Fighting 17: Shields vs. Foster (TV Special) as
    Self - Former MMA Fighter
    2014
    Dancing with the Stars (TV Series) as
    Self - Contestant
    - The Finals: Part 2 (2014) - Self - Contestant
    - Most Memorable Year (2014) - Self - Contestant
    - It's Movie Night (2014) - Self - Contestant
    - Week 2: My Jam Monday (2014) - Self - Contestant
    - The Results (Week 1) (2014) - Self - Contestant
    - Week 1: Premiere (2014) - Self - Contestant
    2014
    The Expendables 3: New Blood - Stacked and Jacked (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2014
    The Expendables 3: The Total Action Package (Video short) as
    Self
    2014
    Good Morning America (TV Series) as
    Self - Dancing with the Stars / Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 30 September 2014 (2014) - Self - Dancing with the Stars
    - Episode dated 4 September 2014 (2014) - Self - Guest
    2014
    The View (TV Series) as
    Self - Dancing with the Stars
    - Lena Dunham/Analeigh Tipton & Jake McDorman/Karina Smirnoff & Randy Couture (2014) - Self - Dancing with the Stars
    2014
    IMDb: What to Watch (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Expendables 3 (2014) - Self
    2014
    The 2nd Annual Geekie Awards (TV Special) as
    Self - Presenter
    2014
    Gym Rescue (TV Series) as
    Self - Gym Expert
    - When Push Comes to Shove (2014) - Self - Gym Expert
    2014
    Unscripted (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Expendables 3 (2014) - Self
    2014
    Larry King Now (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Randy Couture (2014) - Self - Guest
    2014
    GeekRockTV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Batman 75th/TMNT 30th Anniversary (2014) - Self
    2014
    I Am Steve McQueen (Documentary) as
    Self
    2014
    Miss USA (TV Special) as
    Self - Judge
    2014
    World Series of Fighting 9: Carl vs. Palhares (TV Special) as
    Self - Audience Member
    2014
    Blood Guts Glory (Documentary) as
    Self
    2013
    Criss Angel Believe (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Double Straight Jacket (2013) - Self
    2013
    Behind the Scenes: Ambushed (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2012
    The Roots of Fight (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Ali vs. Frazier 'Thrilla in Manilla' (2013) - Self
    - Bonnar vs. Griffin (2012) - Self
    - Bruce Lee's Jeet Kun Do Influence on MMA (2012) - Self
    - Iron Mike Tyson (2012) - Self
    2013
    Guys Choice Awards 2013 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2013
    Strikeforce: Marquardt vs. Saffiedine (TV Special) as
    Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    2012
    UFC Ultimate Insider (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Flashback Seattle/Heavyweights Collide (2012) - Self
    - Urijah/Lombard (2012) - Self
    - Tito: End of the Road (2012) - Self
    - Inside the Blackzilians (2012) - Self
    - Evans on Jones (2012) - Self
    2012
    UFC on Fox (TV Series) as
    Self - Co-Host / Self - Co-host
    - UFC on Fox: Henderson vs. Diaz (2012) - Self - Co-Host
    - UFC on Fox: Shogun vs. Vera (2012) - Self - Co-Host
    - UFC on Fox: Diaz vs. Miller (2012) - Self - Co-Host
    - UFC on Fox: Evans vs. Davis (2012) - Self - Co-host
    2012
    Big Guns, Bigger Heroes: The 1980's and the Rise of the Action Film (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2012
    Gods of War: Assembling Earth's Mightiest Anti-Heroes (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2012
    On the Assault: The Real-Life Weaponry of the Expendables 2 (Video short) as
    Self
    2012
    MMA Uncensored Live (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture Checks In (2012) - Self
    2012
    Reel Junkie (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The Expendables 2 (2012) - Self
    2008
    Up Close with Carrie Keagan (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 16 August 2012 (2012) - Self
    - Episode dated 18 August 2008 (2008) - Self
    - Episode dated 28 April 2008 (2008) - Self
    2012
    Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy (TV Special) as
    Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    2012
    Beyond the Trailer (TV Series) as
    Self
    - The Expendables 2 Interview @ SDCC 2012 (2012) - Self
    2012
    Comic Con 2012 Live (TV Special) as
    Self
    2012
    Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey (TV Special) as
    Self - Ryan Couture's Corner
    2012
    Lendas do UFC (TV Series documentary) as
    Randy Couture
    2011
    Action: 'the Expendables' (Video short) as
    Self
    2011
    MMAthletics (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.10 (2011) - Self
    - Episode #1.8 (2011) - Self
    - Episode #1.7 (2011) - Self
    - Episode #1.5 (2011) - Self
    - Episode #1.2 (2011) - Self
    2011
    Once I Was a Champion (Documentary) as
    Self
    2011
    Strikeforce: Feijao vs. Henderson (TV Special) as
    Self - Audience Member
    2010
    FightZone Presents (TV Series) as
    Self - Interviewee
    - Blackeye Promotions: Rise of the Champions (2010) - Self - Interviewee
    - Art of Fighting 9: Apocalypse (2010) - Self - Interviewee
    - Tuff-N-Uff (2010) - Self - Interviewee
    - Raging Wolf XI - Self - Interviewee
    - Art of Fighting 8: The Fury - Self - Interviewee
    2010
    MMA H.E.A.T. (TV Series) as
    Self
    - It Happened in Vegas (2010) - Self
    - Training Day (2010) - Self
    - The Fight Game (2010) - Self
    - Premiere (2010) - Self
    - Episode #1.11 (2010) - Self
    - Episode #1.10 (2010) - Self
    2010
    Fighters Only Mixed Martial Arts Awards 2010 (TV Special) as
    Self - Host
    2010
    Before the Battle: The Making of' 'The Expendables' (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2010
    The Expendables: Comic Con Panel (Video documentary) as
    Self
    2010
    EA Sports MMA (Video Game) as
    Self
    2010
    The One Show (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 15 October 2010 (2010) - Self
    2010
    The Body Issue (TV Movie) as
    Self
    2010
    UFC 118: Edgar vs. Penn II (TV Special) as
    Self
    2010
    Inferno: The Making of 'The Expendables' (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2010
    UFC Countdown (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Countdown to UFC 117 (2010) - Self
    2010
    MMA Live (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 22 July 2010 (2010) - Self - Guest
    2010
    Guys Choice (TV Special) as
    Self
    2010
    World Extreme Cagefighting (TV Series) as
    Self - Audience Member
    - Brian Bowles vs. Dominick Cruz (2010) - Self - Audience Member
    2010
    UFC 110: Nogueira vs. Velasquez (TV Special) as
    Self - Audience Member
    2008
    Inside MMA (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture/Mike Swick/Bobby Lashley (2010)
    - Episode #2.42 (2008)
    - Episode #2.7 (2008) - Self
    2010
    UFC 109: Relentless (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards 2009 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    NWCA All-Star Classic (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    UFC 107: BJ Penn vs. Diego Sanchez (TV Special) as
    Self - Ringside Guest
    2009
    UFC 105: Couture vs. Vera (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    UFC 102: Couture vs. Nogueira (TV Special) as
    Self
    2009
    Xtreme Couture Presents: Masters of MMA. Randy Couture's Wrestling for Fighting (Video) as
    Self
    2009
    Strikeforce: Carano vs. Cyborg (TV Special) as
    Self - Gina Carano's Corner
    2009
    How Bruce Lee Changed the World (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2009
    Comedy Is Pain (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2009
    TV total (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 5 March 2009 (2009) - Self
    2008
    UFC 91: Couture vs. Lesnar (TV Special) as
    Self
    2008
    Battlecast Primetime (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest
    - Live from London (2008) - Self - Guest
    - Leipzig Special (2008) - Self - Guest
    2008
    Redbelt: Fighter Profiles (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2008
    Redbelt: Inside Mixed Martial Arts (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2008
    Fight Like an Akkadian: Black Scorpion Training Camp (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2008
    The Making of 'the Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior' (Video documentary short) as
    Self
    2008
    Spread TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.9 (2008) - Self
    2008
    Ultimate Knockouts 5 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2008
    ESPN Friday Night Fights (TV Series) as
    Self - Audience Member
    - Episode dated 16 May 2008 (2008) - Self - Audience Member
    2007
    Human Weapon (TV Series documentary)
    - Mixed Martial Arts (2007)
    2007
    UFC 76: Knockout (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC 75: Champion vs. Champion (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC 74: Respect (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    UFC 74 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    Rome Is Burning (TV Series) as
    Self - Correspondent / Self
    - Episode dated 17 August 2007 (2007) - Self - Correspondent (as Randy 'The Natural' Couture)
    - Episode dated 31 July 2007 (2007) - Self
    2007
    The Best Damn Sports Show Period (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 16 July 2007 (2007) - Self
    2007
    UFC 73: Stacked (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC All Access (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Randy Couture (2007) - Self
    2007
    UFC 72 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    UFC 71 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    UFC 70: Nations Collide (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC 70 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #4.46 (2007) - Self
    2007
    UFC 69: Shootout (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC 68: The Uprising (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    UFC 68 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2007
    UFC 67: All or Nothing (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2007
    UFC 69 Countdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC 57 Countdown: Liddell vs. Couture 3 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC 66: Liddell vs. Ortiz (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    UFC 65: Bad Intentions (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2005
    The Ultimate Fighter (TV Series) as
    Self - Coach / Self
    - Dewees vs. Cote (2006) - Self
    - Lutter vs. Sell (2006) - Self
    - Carter vs. Serra (2006) - Self
    - Semi-Final Match-Ups (2006) - Self
    - True Colors (2006) - Self
    - Drop to a Knee (2006) - Self
    - Captain Miserable (2006) - Self
    - The Comeback Begins (2006) - Self - Coach
    - Ultimate Finale III (2006) - Self
    - Light Heavyweight Semi-Finals (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Middleweight Semifinal 2 (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Middleweight Semifinal 1 (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Low Blow (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Sprawl 'N Brawl (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Ground and Pound (2005) - Self - Coach
    - The Fight Is On (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Un-Caged (2005) - Self - Coach
    - On the Ropes (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Making Weight (2005) - Self - Coach
    - Team Challenges (2005) - Self - Coach
    - The Quest Begins (2005) - Self - Coach
    2006
    UFC 64: Unstoppable (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    Fighter (Documentary)
    2006
    UFC 63: Hughes vs. Penn (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    UFC 62: Liddell vs. Sobral (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    UFC: Fight Night 6 (TV Special) as
    Self - Cornerman
    2006
    7th Inning Stretch (TV Movie documentary) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC 61: Bitter Rivals (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    X-Training with Randy Couture Volume 1: Boxing & Wrestling Takedowns (Video) as
    Self
    2006
    X-Training with Randy Couture Volume 2: Kick Boxing & Submission (Video) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC 60: Hughes vs. Gracie (TV Special) as
    Self - Announcer
    2006
    Ken Shamrock Presents: Valor Fighting - No Holds Barred (Video) as
    Self
    2006
    Fight Science (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC 59: Reality Check (TV Special) as
    Self - Audience Member
    2006
    UFC 57: Liddell vs. Couture 3 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2006
    UFC: Ultimate Fight Night 3 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2005
    UFC 56: Full Force (TV Special) as
    Self
    2005
    Beyond the Glory (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Ultimate Fighting Championship (2005) - Self
    2005
    UFC 54: Boiling Point (TV Special) as
    Self
    2005
    UFC: Ultimate Fight Night (TV Special) as
    Self
    2005
    UFC 52: Couture vs. Liddell 2 (TV Special) as
    Self
    2004
    UFC 49: Unfinished Business (TV Special) as
    Self
    2004
    UFC 47: It's on! (TV Special) as
    Self
    2004
    UFC 46: Supernatural (TV Special) as
    Self
    2004
    Jimmy Kimmel Live! (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #3.18 (2004) - Self
    - Episode #3.1 (2004) - Self
    2003
    UFC: Spectacle to Sport (TV Movie) as
    Self
    2003
    UFC 44: Undisputed (TV Special) as
    Self
    2003
    UFC 43: Meltdown (TV Special) as
    Self
    2002
    UFC 39: The Warriors Return (TV Special) as
    Self
    2002
    UFC 36: Worlds Collide (TV Special) as
    Self
    2002
    UFC 35: Throwdown (TV Special) as
    Self - as commentator
    2001
    UFC 34: High Voltage (TV Special) as
    Self
    2001
    UFC 31: Locked & Loaded (TV Special) as
    Self
    2000
    UFC 28: High Stakes (TV Special) as
    Self
    1998
    Vale Tudo Japan: VTJ 1998 (TV Special) as
    Self
    1997
    UFC: Ultimate Japan 1 (TV Special) as
    Self
    1997
    UFC 15: Collision Course (TV Special) as
    Self
    1997
    UFC 13: The Ultimate Force (TV Special) as
    Self
    Archive Footage
    2014
    Sports Jeopardy! (TV Series short) as
    Self
    - Episode #1.1 (2014) - Self
    2012
    Everybody Is in the Expendables Sequel (Short)
    2010
    ESPN Friday Night Fights (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 28 August 2010 (2010) - Self
    2008
    Rome Is Burning (TV Series) as
    Self / Self - Correspondent
    - Episode dated 14 November 2008 (2008) - Self
    - Episode dated 11 January 2008 (2008) - Self - Correspondent
    2007
    UFC: Ultimate Ultimate Knockouts (TV Special) as
    Self (as Randy 'The Natural' Couture)
    2005
    UFC Unleashed (TV Series) as
    Self - Commentator / Self
    - Episode #2.1 (2007) - Self - Commentator
    - Episode #1.3 (2005) - Self
    2000
    UFC Hits: Volume 1 (Video) as
    Self
    1998
    UFC: Ultimate Brazil (TV Special) as
    Self

    References

    Randy Couture Wikipedia