Acriano signs first international contract with US MMA organization BC

Acriano signs first international contract with US MMA organization  BC

Matthias Pinheiro, 20, from Acre received his first professional international contract in MMA. The fighter signed a contract with Extreme Fighting Championship from the United States last Saturday (17). There are likely to be four fights in agreement and the first event will take place on August 6th.

Matthias Pinheiro, Acre Fighter – Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Matthias Pinheiro started this new challenge against American Darnell White Jr. in the 66kg featherweight division. The first event will take place at the DeltaPlex Arena & Conference Center in Michigan (USA).

– My first international contract, I think I am the second fighter from Acre to do so. The first was Bodo. This is an external event and it is an event that will open doors for me. Soon I will fight in the UFC or some big event – that highlights.

Having lived in the United States for a little more than three months, the Acre native has kept his preparations hard and plans to win his first three appearances in, who knows, the category’s final clash in the contract. Disputes the title. .

Matthias Pinheiro, Acre Fighter — Photo: Personal Archive/Brawler Bible

– My preparation is very strong. I am hard worker from Brazil, when I came here I continued my work. I am really happy to be able to fight here in America. This is where everything works in the world of fighting, where most of the world’s greatest fighters excel. I’m walking the same path, it inspires me to move forward every day – he says.

– I am very focused and very thirsty for victory. So glad to be able to represent my kingdom – Absolute.

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