Brazilian withstands initial pressure and submits rival at the last second in dream UFC debut

Jean Matsumoto withstands initial pressure, takes advantage of Dan Argueta's gap and wins by submission at UFC Vegas 90

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Jean Matsumoto finished Dan Argueta No. UFC Las Vegas 90. Photo: Reproduction/Twitter UFC News

Jean Matsumoto debuted with the right foot in UFC Las Vegas 90, this Saturday afternoon (6). In an electrifying fight in the bantamweight division (up to 61,2 kg), the Brazilian produced a spectacular outcome in the last second of the second round, to finish the North American Dan Argueta with an impeccable guillotine.

With victory, Jean Matsumoto expands his record to 15 wins and no losses, consolidating himself as a promising name in the UFC's bantamweight division.


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Yes, Dan Argueta, who came from three fights without losing, suffered his second setback in the organization, and now has nine victories and two setbacks.

Jean Matsumoto applies a masterful guillotine and submits Dan Argueta at the last second

The fight started with Argueta looking to put pressure on Matsumoto, relying on takedowns and clinches to control the fight. The Brazilian, however, proved to be resilient and skillful, managing to reverse the situations and escape the American's attempts.


In the second round, Argueta's dominance intensified, with the American landing six takedowns and controlling the center of the octagon. However, Matsumoto's persistence was rewarded.

In a takedown attempt, Argueta found himself in an unfavorable position, allowing the Brazilian to trap him in a precise guillotine. With no time to escape, Argueta passed out with just one second left in the round.


Undeterred, Victor Hugo extends his undefeated streak to nine years with victory over Pedro Falcão

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Relentless, Victor Hugo extends undefeated streak to nine years with victory over Pedro Falcao. Photo: Reproduction/Twitter/UFC News

On Saturday night (6), the Octagon at UFC Vegas 90 was the stage for an epic duel between striker and grappler. Victor Hugo dominated the octagon at UFC Vegas 90 this Saturday (6) and achieved his 14th consecutive victory in his career by overcoming Pedro Falcao by unanimous decision of the judges.

As a result, Victor Hugo He has reached 14 consecutive victories and, in addition, he has gone nine years without losing a fight in professional MMA, having been defeated in the last one in just March 2014. In total, there are 24 positive results and four negative ones.


Yes, Pedro Falcao, who took responsibility for the fight at short notice, had a good performance, compared to having just three days to prepare for his UFC debut. Despite this, he has broken the series of five consecutive victories and has 16 triumphs and four setbacks.

The combat unfolded like a ballet of precise blows and well-defined strategies. Pedro Falcao, true to his grappler style, sought to shorten the distance and take the fight to the ground, where he felt more comfortable. Already Victor Hugo, adept at standing up striking, exploited his precision and power in kicks and punches, seeking to keep his opponent at a distance.

In the first round, Pedro Falcao dominated the scene, pressing Victor Hugo against the fence and looking for a fall. Despite the effective strategy, the “Sniper” resisted bravely, demonstrating excellent defense and precise counterattacks that prevented the finish.

In the second round, the rhythm of the fight changed. Victor Hugo, more adapted to the octagon, began to find his space and explore the gaps in the defense of Pedro Falcao. Low kicks and precise counterattacks undermined the grappler's physique, who looked increasingly tired.

The third and decisive round was a show of strength and endurance. Victor Hugo, capitalizing on his opponent's wear and tear, he intensified his striking, connecting round kicks and “flying” kicks that shook Pedro Falcao. The grappler, in turn, sought to reverse the situation with powerful strikes, but fatigue was already preventing him from maintaining the pace.

UFC Las Vegas 90 results


Average weight (up to 83,9 kg): Brendan allen derrotou Chris Curtis in the judges' split decision (47-48, 48-47, 49-46)

Featherweight (up to 65,7 kg): Damon Jackson derrotou Alexander Hernandez in the judges' split decision (27-30, 29-28, 29-28)

Featherweight (up to 65,7 kg): Chepe Mariscal derrotou Morgan Carriere in the judges' split decision (29-28, 27-30, 29-28)

Light weight (up to 70,3 kg): Ignatius Bahamondes derrotou Christos Giagos by knockout (kick) at 3:34 of R1

Light weight (up to 70,3 kg): Charlie Campbell derrotou Trevor Peek in the unanimous decision of the judges (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)


Welterweight (up to 77,1 kg): alex morono derrotou Court mcgee in the unanimous decision of the judges (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Heavy weight (up to 120,2 kg): Lukasz Brzeski derrotou Walter Walker in the unanimous decision of the judges (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Bantam weight (up to 61,2 kg): Norm Dumont derrotou Germain de Randamie in the unanimous decision of the judges (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Bantam weight (up to 61,2 kg): Victor Hugo derrotou Pedro Falcao in the unanimous decision of the judges (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

Bantam weight (up to 61,2 kg): Jean Matsumoto derrotou Dan Argueta via submission (guillotine) at 4min59s of R2

Average weight (up to 83,9 kg): Cesar Almeida derrotou Dylan Budka by technical knockout (elbows and punches) at 2min13s of R2

Bantam weight (up to 61,2 kg): Nora Cornolle derrotou Melissa Mulins by technical knockout (knee and kicks) at 3min06s of R2

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