Pedro Munhoz
"The Young Punisher"
18 - 3 - 0
Brazil
DOB:
07-9-1986
Age:
33 years
Division:
Bantamweight
City/State:
Sao Paulo
Promotion:
Weight
135
Height
5'6
Wins
18
Losses
3
Draws
0
  • KO/TKO
    18/4
    22%
  • SUB
    18/9
    50%
  • DEC
    18/5
    28%

Mixed martial arts career

Early career

A professional since 2009, Munhoz began his career competing in local promotions in his native São Paulo, Brazil before moving to the United States in 2011. He competed in several regional promotions across the United States, compiling an undefeated record and eventually became Resurrection Fighting Alliance bantamweight champion on August 16, 2013, after defeating notable veteran Jeff Curran by split decision.[6][7] Munhoz defended his title for the first time on January 24, 2014, defeating Billy Daniels via first round submission. After the victory over Daniels, Munhoz signed with the UFC in early February 2014.[8]

Ultimate Fighting Championship

Munhoz made his promotional debut on February 22, 2014, as a short notice replacement for an injured Francisco Rivera and faced top contender Raphael Assunção at UFC 170.[9] Assunção defeated Munhoz via unanimous decision.[10]

Munhoz faced promotional newcomer Matt Hobar on May 31, 2014, at The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 3 Finale.[11] Munhoz defeated Hobar via first round TKO.[12]

Munhoz faced Jerrod Sanders on October 4, 2014, at UFC Fight Night 54.[13] He won the fight via submission in the first round.[14] A few months later, it was revealed that Munhoz tested positive for elevated levels of testosterone. Munhoz’s camp requested testing documentation and didn’t receive it until three months later. He said a review of the results by anti-doping specialist Paul Scott determined that his testosterone was not, in fact, elevated, coming in at 850 ng/mL, or on the high end of the normal range for men his age. He admitted to using two supplements allowed by the UFC that may have elevated his testosterone, but not outside the legal limit.[15] On November 4, 2015, Munhoz was suspended for one year retroactive to his fight due to testosterone metabolites of an exogenous origin and his win was changed to a no-contest.[16]

Munhoz faced Jimmie Rivera on November 7, 2015, at UFC Fight Night 77.[17] He lost the fight via split decision.[18]

Munhoz next faced Russell Doane on July 7, 2016, at UFC Fight Night 90.[19] He won the fight via submission in the first round and was awarded a Performance of the Night bonus.[20][21]

Munhoz faced Justin Scoggins on November 19, 2016, at UFC Fight Night 100.[22] He won the bout submission in the second round and was awarded a Performance of the Night bonus.[23][24]

Munhoz faced Damian Stasiak on May 28, 2017, at UFC Fight Night 109.[25] He won the fight by unanimous decision.[26]

Munhoz faced Rob Font on October 28, 2017, at UFC Fight Night 119.[27] He won the fight via submission in round one.[28] This win earned him a Performance of the Night bonus award.[29]

Munhoz was expected to face John Dodson at UFC Fight Night 125 on February 3, 2018.[30] However, Munhoz missed weight by four pounds over the bantamweight non title fight upper limit of 136 pounds, and Dodson declined to take the fight and the fight was cancelled.[31] The fight was rescheduled to UFC 222 on March 3, 2018.[32] Munhoz lost the fight via split decision.[33][34]

Munhoz faced Brett Johns August 4, 2018, at UFC 227.[35] He won the fight by unanimous decision.[36]

Muhnoz faced Bryan Caraway on November 30, 2018, at The Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale.[37] He won the fight via technical knockout in round one.[38]

Muhnoz faced Cody Garbrandt on March 2, 2019, at UFC 235.[39] He won the fight via knockout in the first round.[40] The win also earned Muhnoz his first Fight of the Night bonus award.[41]

Article source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedro_Munhoz

UFC Fight Record
Bantamweight