PFL's Antonio Carlos Jr. Revitalized His Career by Moving up to Light Heavyweight

  • Posted on Jun 13, 2022

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Moving up a division after he joined the Professional Fighters League was one of the best decisions in Antonio Carlos Jr.’s career. Following his Ultimate Fighting Championship stint at middleweight, Carlos (13-5, 2NC; 4-0, 1NC PFL) opted to go back to light heavyweight following his agreement with the PFL. Unlike his first foray at 205 pounds that ended with a decision loss to Patrick Cummins in 2014, “Cara de Sapato” made the most out of his new weight category this time. Since his 205-pound transfer, the Brazilian fighter is undefeated and became the PFL 2021 light heavyweight champion by quickly submitting Marthin Hamlet in October. Now, Carlos is scheduled to face Bruce Souto at the upcoming 2022’s PFL 4 event, and he isn’t willing to let go of his winning streak. (00:00) Intro (00:27) Discussing the Brazil national soccer team (01:08) His favorite modern soccer player (01:22) His all-time favorite soccer player (02:30) His camp for Souto (03:35) Training in Thailand (04:23) Whe

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