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The Great History of Brazil vs. England


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There has been only 9 Brazil vs. England fights in UFC History, and I felt compelled to study this aspect of the sport out and find out what the stats are regarding Brazil vs. England.

 

Enjoy benefiting from my hard work. ;)

 

 

 

Paul Taylor (E) defeated Edilberto de Oliveira (B) via TKO (Strikes) at 0:37 of Round 3

UFC 70, July 13, 2002

Brazil: 0

England: 1

 

Junior Assuncao (B) defeated David Lee (E) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:55 of Round 2

UFC 70, July 13, 2002

Brazil 1

England: 1

 

Gleison Tibau (B) defeated Terry Etim (E) via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

UFC 75, September 8, 2007

Brazil: 2

England: 1

 

Wanderlei Silva (B) defeated Michael Bisping (E) via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

UFC 110, February 21, 2010

Brazil: 3

England: 1

 

Andre Winner (E) defeated Rafaello Oliveira (B) via Unanimoust Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

UFN: Florian vs. Gomi, March 31, 2010

Brazil: 3

England: 2

 

Rafael Dos Anjos (B) defeated Terry Etim (E) via Submission (Armbar) at 4:30 of Round 2

UFC 112, April 10, 2010

Brazil: 4

England: 2

 

Fabio Maldonado (B) defeated James McSweeney (E) via TKO (Punches) at 0:48 of Round 3

UFC 120, October 16, 2010

Brazil: 5

England: 2

 

Rob Broughton (E) defeated Vincius Kappke de Queiroz via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 1:43 of Round 3

UFC 120, October 16, 2010

Brazil: 5

England: 3

 

Edson Barboza (B) defeated Ross Pearson (E) via Split Decision (29-28, 29-28 Barboza, 29-28 Pearson)

UFC 134, August 27, 2011

Brazil: 6

England: 3

 

 

 

Brazil: 6

England: 3

 

Looks like you just can't be better than Brazil. ;)

 

Additional stats:

 

Etim lost twice for England.

Queiroz got pegged for PED's after losing via Submission to Broughton and got cut.

First fight, England won by a Knock Out.

Second fight, Brazil won by a Submission.

 

 

What other Brazil vs. England fights would you be interested in seeing?

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Bisping Wandy was maybe bad judging..... Pearson Barboza was definately bad judging....

 

 

But to be fair I don't think anyone who know anything about MMA would argue that UK are in the same league as Brazil at the moment...

 

So what's the point?

 

i dont know about that, UK doesnt really have nothing to show for it. brazilians been dominating for a long time. UK has ways to go.

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i dont know about that' date=' UK doesnt really have nothing to show for it. brazilians been dominating for a long time. UK has ways to go.[/quote']

 

Yeah thats what i meant.....

 

In terms of the world stage;

 

#1 Brazil/USA

 

#3 Canada (basically just because of St Pierre)

#4 UK

 

& everybody else is miles behind...

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Bisping Wandy was maybe bad judging..... Pearson Barboza was definately bad judging....

 

 

But to be fair I don't think anyone who know anything about MMA would argue that UK are in the same league as Brazil at the moment...

 

So what's the point?

 

Bump... More people must see.

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