Victory dance? Poatan took the pressure off with music and singing before knocking him out at UFC 300; look

Brazilian danced and sang 'Morango do Nordeste', by the group Karametade, behind the scenes of the fight against Jamahal Hill

Alex Poatan is the UFC light heavyweight champion. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Alex Poatán He is the UFC light heavyweight champion. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Last Saturday night (13), the T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas (USA), was the stage for one of the biggest cards in history with the UFC 300. And the name that shone the most was that of the Brazilian Alex Poatán, who was not intimidated by the responsibility of being the main attraction of the event.

With an devastating knockout In the first round, Poatan masterfully defended his light heavyweight belt (up to 93kg) against Jamahal hill. What caught the eye was not only the dominant performance inside the octagon, but also the fighter's relaxed demeanor behind the scenes.

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On his YouTube channel, Poatan shared images showing him and his team partner, Plínio Cruz, singing and dancing to the song “Morango do Nordeste”, by the group Karametade, on the way to the arena and even minutes before the fight.

Alex's laid-back stance isn't new. The fighter, known for his aggressive and hard-hitting style, had already shown on other occasions that he does not let pressure get him down. With the victory in UFC 300, Poatan established himself as one of the most dangerous fighters in light heavyweight history. In his career, there are ten positive results and two negative ones.

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