Champions of biggest Shooto Brazil event so far

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Guto front-kicks Moia. Photo: Carlos Ozório

The 18th installment of Shooto Brazil, in Brasilia, was the biggest in the organization’s history. Ten fights were held at the Nilson Nelson gymnasium and the five thousand paying spectators were delivered all the excitement they could hope for.

In the evening’s main event, Guto Inocente didn’t have much work in putting away Argentina’s Gustavo Moia. A straight front kick literally left his opponent dangling from the ropes, and a follow-up knee to the body dropped Moia, who was unable to get up. The win in just forty seconds was worth the promotion’s heavyweight title.

Eder win by footlock. Photo: Carlos Ozório

Eder Jones showed his well-rounded MMA game. The beast from the Brazilian state of Bahia did well in the standup department and took Guilherme Braga down at will. The bout ended with a foot lock that caused Braga to scream, and referee Marlon Sandro called an end to the fight. Despite Braga’s protests about not having tapped, the decision was correct.

John Lineker strikes with Alvino Torres. Photo: Carlos Ozório

One of the revelations of the under 56 kg division, Alexandre Pantoja didn’t take long in beating Bruno Azevedo in a fight full of rivalry. After getting taken down, Pantoja tried for an armbar, but the finish came with a choke from back mount while still in the first round. The first round of the fight between John Lineker and Alvino Torres was breathtaking. Lineker, a boxing specialist, connected with a string of solid crosses. Alvino Torres responded with his muay thai, landing knees and kicks. In the second round, though, Lineker changed strategies and took the fight to the ground, where he ended the fight with a rear-naked choke.

Vicente Luque lands knee on Rodrigo Medeiros. Photo: Carlos Ozório

Junior Field did well in the standup department and landed takedowns to take the unanimous decision over Antener “Peixe”. Rodrigo Medeiros and Vicente Luque had one of the most lively matches. Luque got the better of the standup, while Medeiros had the better time on the ground. The result yielded a draw. Claudio Rocha took Ermeson Queiroz down and finished up with an arm triangle in just one minute. Vinicius Silva didn’t need much time either. After knocking Vanderley Camilo down with a hard right, the fighter followed up with strikes until the referee intervened.

Juju and Jack. Photo: Carlos Ozório

In the early matches, Gilberto Dias sunk an arm triangle on Heliovanio Batista. Now Fabio Shon beat Fabio Lima via unanimous decision.

Confira os resultados:

Check out the results:

Shooto Brasil 18
Brasília, Brazil
September 17, 2010

100kg belt
Guto Inocente (BSB) defeated Gustavo Moía (Argentina) via KO in R1

83 kg- Eder Jones (Bahia) submitted Guilherme Braga (Formosa – GO) via footlock
56 kg- Alexandre Pantoja (RJ) submitted Bruno Azevedo (BSB) via rear-naked choke inR1
60 kg- John Lineker (Curitiba) submitted Alvino Torres (BSB) via rear-naked choke in R2
– Junior Field defeated Antenor Peixe via unanimous decision
76kg – Vicente Luque (BSB) and Rodrigo Medeiros (Goiania –GO) fought to a draw
65kg- Claudio Rocha (BSB) submitted Ermesson Queiroz via arm-triangle in R1
76 kg- Vinícius Silva (Formosa –GO) defeated Vanderley Camilo (BSB) via TKO in R1
60kg – Gilberto Dias (BSB) submitted Heliovanio Batista (Goiania – GO)
70 kg- Fábio Shon (Goiânia) defeated Fábio Lima (BSB) via unanimous decision


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