|RECORD:||15 - 3 - 0 (WIN - LOSS - DRAW)|
4 (T)KOS (26.67%)
5 SUBMISSIONS (33.33%)
6 DECISIONS (40.00%)
1 (T)KOS (33.33%)
0 SUBMISSIONS (.00%)
2 DECISIONS (66.67%)
|CITY:||Rio de Janeiro|
PROFILES & HIGHLIGHTS
FIGHTER NEWS & UPDATES
Q & A
Who or what inspires you?
What do you do in your spare time, when you’re not preparing for a fight?
I love going to the beach, training on Saturdays with friends, dining out and playing around on my computer.
If you were describing yourself as a fighter, what would you say?
I am a young, hardworking and determined fighter who is always looking to evolve.
What does it mean to you to be fighting for Bellator Fighting Championships?
This is my opportunity that I will not miss. To become a Bellator Champion is my dream.
What are your thoughts on the Tournament Format?
It is the best format and I want to fight with the best, so it works out perfectly.
What does it mean to you being a Bellator World Champion?
It means fulfilling my dream of changing my life and my mother’s, and I will not allow anyone to eliminate me from that goal. It won’t happen.
In 3 years, where do you see yourself?
To be the champion of my division, and just to keep getting better.
Which victory are you most proud of in your career?
I love to fight and all my victories are special to me in their own way for different reasons.
What is your message to aspiring fighters that dream of fighting on a big stage?
If you have a dream, believe and fight without stopping, because one day you might get it. Always keep your faith in God.
What’s the one thing you are most proud of that you’ve accomplished so far in your life?
Signing with Bellator, because I it means that I have caught the attention of the greats with my skills and I believe it will be a path to success.
How did you get into fighting and when/where was your very first pro fight?
My first fight was when I was 17-years-old at Shooto Brazil against veteran William Parrudinho at the Academy Brazilian Top Team, where I became a champion.
In a perfect scenario, what would be your favorite way to end a fight?
With a nice and classic high kick KO.
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