Formiga beats Pantoja and defends Shooto belt

Held this Saturday, the sixteenth edition of Shooto Brasil featured seven MMA fights and a Muay Thai title fight. Among several good duels, highlight the lightweights Felipe Olivieri and Bruno Carvalho, who provided a mind-blowing and very busy fight, with Olivieri getting the upper hand and submitting the CM System athlete with a rear-naked choke in the first round. In the fight for the South American flyweight belt, Jussier formiga used his arsenal of takedowns to escape the good striking of Alexandre pantoja  and successfully defended the organization's under-56 kilos title, winning by decision of the judges.




– Leonardo Porto submitted Fábio Larvinha with a guillotine choke 4min59s into R1;


– Miguel Duran defeated Rodrigo Savedra by technical knockout at 3min18s of R1;

- Jussier formiga derrotou Alexandre pantoja in the unanimous decision of the judges;


- Felipe Olivieri submitted Bruno Carvalho with a rear naked choke 4min19s into R1;

– Hernani Pérpetuo knocked out Alexander Andreotte 3min30s into R1;

– Jamil Silveira knocked out William Parrudinho 28s into R2;


– Rony Marques defeated Wanderlan Vila Cruzeiro by technical knockout in R1;


Brazilian Muay Thai belt dispute:

– Sheymon Moraes (Boxe Thai/ Minotauro Team) defeated Renan Luiz Cruz (Beto Padilha) in a unanimous decision by the judges.


Leave a comment

Check out all the results from UFC Las Vegas 92 UFC St. Louis results UFC 301 results UFC Las Vegas 91 results UFC 300 results