Jussier da Silva vs Scott Jorgensen, Thiago Perpetuo vs Kenny Robertson Booked for UFN 38

Jussier Da Silva

Jussier Da Silva

  • 15-3 MMA / 1-2 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Chris Cariaso, Alexandre Passidomo, Mamoru Yamaguchi

Scott Jorgensen

Scott Jorgensen

  • 14-8 MMA / 3-4 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Losing Streak
  • Notable Wins: Antonio Banuelos, Brad Pickett, Jeff Curran

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Thiago Perpetuo

Thiago Perpetuo

  • 9-2-1 MMA / 1-1 UFC Record
  • Won 5 of Last 6 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Leandro Mafra Teixeira

Kenny Robertson

Kenny Robertson

  • 12-3 MMA / 1-3 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Igor Almeida, Brock Jardine, Lucio Linhares

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UFC Fight Night 38

March 23rd, 2014

Natal, Rio Grande d0 Norte, Brazil

Ginasio Nelio Dias

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Jussier da Silva suffered his second loss in three fights during his tenure with the UFC, after a first round knockout loss to Joseph Benavidez at UFC Fight Night 28. The former #1 world ranked flyweight made his UFC debut in October of 2012, losing by knockout to John Dodson, but followed it up with a unanimous decision win over Chris Cariaso in his sophomore appearance.

Former WEC title challenger, Scott Jorgensen, is in desperate need of a win, losing four out of his last five fights in the UFC. Following a 3-3 record as a bantamweight, he dropped to the UFC’s flyweight division, but lost to former Bellator bantamweight champion, Zach Makovsky by unanimous decision.

Thiago Perpetuo was one of the latest victims of the Russian invasion in mixed martial arts, falling to Omari Akhmedov by first round knockout at UFC Fight Night 32. After appearing on the first season of the Ultimate Fighter: Brazil, Perpetuo made his official UFC debut at UFC 147, upsetting Leonardo Mafra Texiera with a third round TKO victory.

Kenny Robertson lost a controversial majority decision to Sean Pierson at 161. He previously earned his first victory in the octagon with a first round submission victory over Brock Jardine last February. Robertson is now 1-3 during his time in the UFC, including losses to Mike Pierce and Aaron Simpson.

Kenny Robertson Out; Joao Zeferino vs Elias Silverio Set for UFC Fight Night 28

Joao Zeferino

Joao Zeferino

  • 13-5 MMA / 0-1 UFC Record
  • Won 7 of Last 8 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Sean Salmon

Elias Silverio

 

Elias Silverio

  • 8-0 MMA / UFC Debut
  • 8 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable WIns: Gilmar Dutra Lima

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UFC Fight Night 28

September 4th, 2013

Brasilia, Brazil

Ginasio Nilson Nelson

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Joao Zeferino made his UFC debut on short notice against Rafael Natal at UFC on FX 8, fighting well, but ultimately lost a unanimous decision. The loss to Natal snapped a seven-fight win streak dating back to November of 2011. Zeferino will drop to welterweight for his sophomore appearance with the promotion.

Elias Silverio makes his UFC debut with a perfect 8-0 record to begin his mixed martial arts career. He’s been a staple of Brazil’s top regional promotion, going 4-0 under the Jungle Fights banner with three victories coming by way of stoppages. Silverio made his stateside debut in January of this year, earning a split decision victory over Pat DeFranco at a Ring of Combat event.

Kenny Robertson vs Joao Zeferino Added to UFC Fight Night 28

Kenny Robertson

 

Kenny Robertson

  • 12-3 MMA / 1-3 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Igor Almeida, Brock Jardine, Lucio Linhares

Joao Zeferino

 

Joao Zeferino

  • 13-5 MMA / 0-1 UFC Record
  • Won 7 of Last 8 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Sean Salmon

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UFC Fight Night 28

September 4th, 2013

Brasilia, Brazil

Ginasio Nilson Nelson

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Kenny Robertson lost a controversial majority decision to Sean Pierson at 161. He previously earned his first victory in the octagon with a first round submission victory over Brock Jardine last February. Robertson is now 1-3 during his time in the UFC, including losses to Mike Pierce and Aaron Simpson.

Joao Zeferino made his UFC debut on short notice against Rafael Natal at UFC on FX 8, fighting well, but ultimately lost a unanimous decision. The loss to Natal snapped a seven-fight win streak dating back to November of 2011. Zeferino will drop to welterweight for his sophomore appearance with the promotion.

UFC 161 Quick Results

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Main Card:

 

  • Rashad Evans def. Dan Henderson via Split Decision
  • Stipe Miocic def. Roy Nelson via Unanimous Decision
  • Ryan Jimmo def. Igor Pokrajac via Unanimous Decision
  • Alexis Davis def. Rosi Sexton by Unanimous Decision
  • Shawn Jordan def. Pat Barry via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 0:59

Preliminary Card:

  • Jake Shields def. Tyron Woodley via Split Decision
  • James Krause def. Sam Stout via Guillotine Choke – Round 3, 4:47
  • Sean Pierson def. Kenny Robertson via Majority Decision
  • Roland Delorme def. Edwin Figueroa via Unanimous Decision
  • Mitch Clarke def. John Maguire via Unanimous Decision
  • Yves Jabouin def. Dustin Pague via Split Decision

TJ Waldburger Out; Sean Pierson vs Kenny Robertson Booked for UFC 161

Sean Pierson

Sean Pierson

  • 13-6 MMA / 3-2 UFC Record
  • 2 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: Matt Riddle, Jake Hecht, Lance Benoist

Kenny Robertson

 

Kenny Robertson

  • 12-2 MMA / 1-2 UFC Record
  • Won 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Igor Almeida, Brock Jardine, Lucio Linhares

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UFC 161

June 15th, 2013

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

MTS Centre

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Sean Pierson earned his second consecutive victory inside the octagon, with a unanimous decision win over Lance Benoist at UFC 152. He previously snapped back-to-back losses from Jake Ellenberger and Dong Hyun Kim with a decision victory over Jake Hecht in June of last year.

Kenny Robertson got his first win inside the UFC in impressive fashion, submitting Brock Jardine in the first round with a modified kneebar. He previously was 0-2 for the promotion, getting stopped by Mike Pierce by TKO and losing a unanimous decision to Aaron Simpson at UFC on Fuel TV 4.

 

UFC 157 Quick Results

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Main Card

  • Ronda Rousey def. Liz Carmouche via Armbar – Round 1, 4:49
  • Lyoto Machida def. Dan Henderson via Split Decision
  • Urijah Faber def. Ivan Menjivar via Rear Naked Choke – Round 1, 4:34
  • Court McGee def. Josh Neer via Unanimous Decision
  • Robbie Lawler def. Josh Koscheck via TKO (Punches) – Round 1, 3:57

Preliminary Card

  • Brendan Schaub def. Lavar Johnson via Unanimous Decision
  • Michael Chiesa def. Anton Kuivanen via Rear Naked Choke – Round 2,
  • Dennis Bermudez def. Matt Grice via Split Decision
  • Sam Stout def. Caros Fodor via Split Decision
  • Kenny Robertson def. Brock Jardine via Kneebar – Round 1, 2:57
  • Neil Magny def. Jon Manly via Unanimous Decision
  • Nah-Shon Burrell def. Yuri Villefort via Unanimous Decision

Brock Jardine vs Kenny Robertson Added to UFC 157

Brock Jardine

 

Brock Jardine

  • 9-2 MMA / 0-1 UFC Record
  • Won 3 of Last 4 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Dave Terrel, Kenny Ento, Blas Avena

Kenny Robertson

 

Kenny Robertson

  • 11-2 MMA / 0-2 UFC Record
  • Lost 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Igor Almeida, John Kolosci, Lucio Linhares

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UFC 157

February 23rd, 2013

Anaheim, California

Honda Center

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Brock Jardine looks for better results inside the octagon than what he had in his UFC debut, losing a unanimous decision to Rick Story at UFC on FX 4. The loss snapped a three-fight win streak, which included a second round TKO victory over WEC veteran, Blas Avena at a Showdown Fights event.

Kenny Robertson got a second chance in the UFC, when he took a short notice fight against Aaron Simpson at UFC on Fuel TV 4. The result wasn’t what he hoped for, dropping a unanimous decision to Simpson. Previous to his return to the UFC, Robertson stopped UFC veteran, Lucio Linhares in the first round with a spinning back fist knockout in October of last year.