The extraordinary Brazilian fighter from UFC, Michel Pereira, he shared a video on his Instagram, which he will surely remember forever. His dream debut in the maximum Mixed Martial Arts company took place on May 18, 2019, at UFC Fight Night 152 against Danny Roberts. There, he himself was moved to tears to achieve his main goal.
Periera He started the contest with a right counter hook, which already hurt his rival. Then, it was followed by a kick attempt that began with his great display in the cage. The “superman punch” appeared on several occasions, which is pushing himself from the cage and with his fist forward. Finally, Michel won the fight by a knee to the face of his opponent, jumping. To kill him, a terrible right hand bomb sent him to sleep. Thus, she was awarded the Performance of the Night award.
This time, more than a year after that great night, he himself remembered her on his Instagram and was filled with comments. Of course, he already has the support of thousands of fans, who understand MMA and know that this last name will surely contest a title at some point. His quality is unique and, as he himself said, he enjoys every fight in the Octagon. “Sonho is Realizing!”, Was what he wrote in the audiovisual. “Dream come true” in Spanish.
One of those mentioned fans was Kamaru Usman, who said: “I loved everything I saw of him because he showed everyone, our bosses and myself included, that he can be a complete fighter. I mean, everything was spectacular: his conscience, his conscience in the cage, the way he was moving, the way he was setting those traps by moving from side to side and then landing those big shots. It was a spectacular performance of him.
After the spectacular performance he left at UFC Vegas 9, the South American was not afraid to ask for a fight against Jorge Masvidal, with whom he says he would give an entertaining fight in the cage. “It would be a great battle and an incredible show. We both like to give good fights ”, was what he expressed on social networks. Michel terminated seventeen opponents prematurely throughout his professional career and in UFC added his third performance bonus.