Allan Góes

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Allan Góes
Born (1971-04-20) April 20, 1971 (age 43)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; 14.6 st)
Division Light Heavyweight
Fighting out of Mission Viejo, California, United States
Rank 6th degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Years active 1995–2007
Mixed martial arts record
Total 17
Wins 10
By knockout 2
By submission 7
By decision 1
Losses 5
By knockout 4
By decision 1
Draws 2
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Allan Góes (born April 20, 1971) is a retired Brazilian mixed martial artist. He last fought for the Seattle Tiger Sharks of the International Fight League.

Biography[edit]

Goes started practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at the age of 7 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with his grandfather Alcides Goes, Judo Master. When he was 12 he was taken to the Carlson Gracie Team and fell in love with the sport embracing Jiu-Jitsu as a profession, totally dedicating himself to the "Gentle Art".

At the age of 18, he got his black belt from the hands of Carlson Gracie. At 19, after more than 200 Jiu-Jitsu fights and only one loss[citation needed], and achieving World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion 8 times[citation needed] he then moved to the United States to become a professional MMA Fighter. In the year of 2000 with his old team partners, he helped create a new Team, called Brazilian Top Team. Allan Goes did more than 30 professional fights and he is also a Pancrase, Ultimate Fighting Championships and PRIDE Fighting Championships Veteran, and made his comeback on the IFL on September 9, 2006.

Today, Black Belt Master 6th Dan, Allan Goes is known as one of the most technical fighters and has created his own system to teach Jiu-Jitsu.

Goes teaches at his Gym, Allan Goes Martial Arts, in Mission Viejo, California.

Personal life[edit]

Goes has a wife.[1]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 10–5–2 Alex Schoenauer KO (punch) IFL – Everett June 1, 2007 1 3:00 Everett, Washington, United States
Win 10–4–2 Homer Moore TKO (punches) IFL – Moline April 7, 2007 2 2:56 Moline, Illinois, United States
Win 9–4–2 Daniel Gracie TKO (punches) IFL – World Championship Semifinals November 2, 2006 2 1:03 Portland, Oregon, United States
Win 8–4–2 Devin Cole Submission (guillotine choke) IFL – Portland September 9, 2006 1 2:05 Portland, Oregon, United States
Win 7–4–2 Chris West Submission (kneebar) Rumble on the Rock 7 May 7, 2005 1 0:41 Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Loss 6–4–2 Gustavo Machado TKO (retirement) Heat FC 2: Evolution December 18, 2003 1 N/A Natal, Brazil
Win 6–3–2 Carlos Lima Submission (armbar) Meca 8 – Meca World Vale Tudo 8 May 16, 2003 1 7:50 Curitiba, Brazil
Loss 5–3–2 Alex Stiebling TKO (knees & punches) PRIDE 18 – Cold Fury 2 December 23, 2001 3 0:47 Fukuoka, United States
Loss 5–2–2 Mark Coleman KO (knees) PRIDE 13 – Collision Course March 25, 2001 1 1:19 Saitama, Japan
Win 5–1–2 Vernon White Decision (unanimous) PRIDE 9 – New Blood June 4, 2000 2 10:00 Nagoya, Japan
Win 4–1–2 Carl Malenko Submission (arm-triangle choke) PRIDE 8 – PRIDE 8 November 21, 1999 1 9:16 Tokyo, Japan
Draw 3–1–2 Kazushi Sakuraba Draw PRIDE 4 – PRIDE 4 October 11, 1998 3 10:00 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 3–1–1 Dan Henderson Decision (unanimous) UFC 17 – Redemption May 15, 1998 1 15:00 Mobile, Alabama, United States
Win 3–0–1 Todd Bjornethun Submission (triangle choke) EF 4 – Extreme Fighting 4 March 28, 1997 1 0:30 Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Win 2–0–1 Matt Andersen Submission (triangle choke) EC 3 – Extreme Challenge 3 February 15, 1997 1 5:59 Davenport, Iowa, United States
Win 1–0–1 Anthony Macias Submission (strikes) EF 3 – Extreme Fighting 3 October 18, 1996 1 3:52 Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Draw 0-0-1 Frank Shamrock Draw (majority) Pancrase - Eyes Of Beast 4 May 13, 1995 1 10:00 Urayasu, Japan

References[edit]

  1. ^ [Stated on an episode of IFL: Battleground]

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