Carlos Barreto (fighter)

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Carlos Barreto
Born Carlos Barreto
(1968-07-22) July 22, 1968 (age 46)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Other names Carlão
Nationality Brazilian
Height 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Weight 230 lb (104 kg; 16 st 6 lb)
Division Heavyweight (265 lb)
Style Vale Tudo, Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Team Brazilian Top Team[1]
Rank 2nd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Years active 1996-2005
Mixed martial arts record
Total 23
Wins 14
By knockout 4
By submission 9
By decision 1
Losses 9
By knockout 2
By decision 7
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Carlos Barreto (born July 22, 1968 in Rio de Janeiro is a retired Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter who was trained by the legendary Carlson Gracie. A veteran of both the UFC and Pride Fighting Championships, Barreto holds notable wins over Ben Rothwell, Kevin Randleman and Dan Bobish. He won the IVC heavyweight championship in 1999.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • International Vale Tudo
    • IVT Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • Meca World Vale Tudo
    • MWVT Heavyweight Championship (One time)
  • Universal Vale Tudo
    • UVC 6 Tournament Winner (1996)

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 14–9 Vladimir Matyushenko TKO (knee injury) Jungle Fight 4 May 21, 2005 1 0:26 Manaus, Brazil
Loss 14–8 Martin Malkhasyan Decision (unanimous) M-1 MFC: Heavyweight GP December 4, 2004 2 5:00 Moscow, Russia
Loss 14–7 Aleksander Emelianenko Decision (unanimous) M-1 MFC: Middleweight GP October 9, 2004 3 5:00 St. Petersburg, Russia
Win 14–6 Bobby Hoffman Submission (punches) Jungle Fight 2 May 15, 2004 2 n/a Manaus, Brazil
Loss 13–6 Travis Wiuff Decision (unanimous) Heat FC 2 December 18, 2003 3 5:00 Natal, Brazil
Win 13–5 Ben Rothwell KO (head kick) Heat FC 1 July 31, 2003 1 N/A Natal, Brazil
Win 12–5 Marcelo Souza TKO (doctor stoppage) Meca World Vale Tudo 6 June 15, 1997 1 7:08 Curitiba, Brazil Won Meca World Vale Tudo Heavyweight Title[1]
Loss 11–5 Ian Freeman Decision (unanimous) HOOKnSHOOT Kings 1 November 17, 2001 3 5:00 Evansville, Indiana For HOOKnSHOOT Heavyweight Title
Loss 11–4 Gilbert Yvel KO (flying knee) 2 Hot 2 Handle 2 March 18, 2001 1 2:20 Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Loss 11-3 Chris Haseman Decision (unanimous) Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block B December 22, 2000 2 5:00 Osaka, Japan
Win 11–2 Tra Telligman TKO (corner stoppage) Pride 9 June 4, 2000 2 10:00 Nagoya, Japan
Win 10–2 Gary Myers Submission (broken leg) International Vale Tudo Championship 10 August 26, 1999 1 8:13 Sao Paulo, Brazil
Loss 9-2 Igor Vovchanchyn Decision (unanimous) Pride 6 July 4, 1999 3 5:00 Yokohama, Japan
Win 9-1 Pedro Otavio Submission (punches) International Vale Tudo Championship 10 April 27, 1999 1 6:19 Brazil Won IVC Heavyweight Championship.[1]
Win 8-1 Branden Lee Hinkle Submission (guillotine choke) International Vale Tudo Championship 8 January 20, 1999 1 4:32 Aracaju, Brazil
Loss 7–1 Dave Beneteau Decision (unanimous) UFC 15 October 17, 1997 1 15:00 Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, United States
Win 7–0 Paul Varelans TKO (elbows and punches) Brazil Open '97 June 15, 1997 1 2:33 Brazil
Win 6–0 Kevin Randleman Technical Submission (triangle choke) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 6 March 3, 1997 1 22:24 Brazil Won UVF 6 Tournament
Win 5–0 Dan Bobish Submission (triangle choke) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 6 March 3, 1997 1 7:47 Brazil
Win 4–0 Geza Kalman Submission (guillotine choke) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 6 March 3, 1997 1 3:02 Brazil
Win 3–0 Alexander Rafalski TKO (corner stoppage) Martial Arts Reality Superfighting November 22, 1996 1 1:00 Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Win 2–0 John Dixson Submission (punches) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 2 June 24, 1996 1 1:38 Brazil
Win 1–0 Mikhail Ilyukhin Submission (rear-naked choke) Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 1 April 5, 1996 2 3:15 Japan

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