Carlos Augusto Inocente Filho (born May 29, 1986), better known as Guto Inocente, is a Brazilian kickboxer and former professional mixed martial artist and boxer. A professional competitor since 2005, Inocente formerly competed for the UFC and Strikeforce in MMA.
|Born||Carlos Augusto Inocente Filho|
May 29, 1986
Brasília, DF, Brazil
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Weight||250 lb (110 kg; 18 st)|
|Reach||76.0 in (193 cm)|
|Fighting out of||Delray Beach, Florida, United States|
|Rank||Second degree black belt in Kickboxing |
Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
|Mixed martial arts record|
|Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog|
As of 1 November 2018, he is ranked the #7 heavyweight in the world by Combat Press.
Originally from Brasília, Brazil, Inocente first began training in striking at the age of four, coached by his father, and then began training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu at the age of seven. Inocente would go on to have accomplished careers in professional boxing and kickboxing, winning various titles; Inocente is a former five-time Brazilian Kickboxing Champion, a three-time Pan-American Champion, and a three-time South American Champion, among other titles.
Mixed martial arts careerEdit
Inocente made his professional MMA debut in 2005 and fought seven bouts in five years, two of them being for Shooto. There he defeated Vitor Miranda and one month later Gustavo Moia, to become the Shooto South American Heavyweight (220 lb) Champion. In 2011, with a record of 5-2, Inocente signed with Strikeforce.
Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipEdit
After the demise of Strikeforce, Inocente signed with the UFC.
Inocente was expected to face Shane del Rosario in a Heavyweight bout on December 28, 2013 at UFC 168. However, both participants pulled out of the bout citing injuries. Inocente's knee injury was exacerbated when he was re-injured by Alistair Overeem during training; a move that resulted in Overeem being asked to leave the Blackzillians. Reportedly, Inocente was sparring with Overeem and, despite having a broken hand, was getting the better of the exchanges until Overeem took Inocente down, causing the injury to Inocente's knee.
After over two years away from active competition due to injuries, Inocente made his UFC debut at The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale on July 6, 2014 against Derrick Lewis. He lost the fight via KO in the first round.
Inocente then dropped to Light Heavyweight and faced Australian Anthony Perosh at UFC Fight Night 55 on 8 November 2014. He lost the fight via submission in the first round and later dismissed from the promotion.
Glory World SeriesEdit
Controversy at Glory 43 New YorkEdit
He scored controversial decision upset of Benjamin Adegbuyi in the main event of Glory 43: New York, after appearing to lose two of the three rounds they had fought. The result was met with boos from the crowd, venting fury on Twitter shortly afterwards.
Championships and accomplishmentsEdit
- Mixed martial arts
- 2017 World Combat Games, Wroclaw, Poland (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2016 WGP world Super Heavyweight championship;
- 2015 WGP world Light Heavyweight championship;
- 2010 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship in Guarujá, Brazil (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2010 20th W.A.K.O. Brazilian Championships in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2009 W.A.K.O. South American Championship in Asunción, Paraguay (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2009 W.A.K.O. World Championship in Villach, Austria (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2008 and 2009 W.A.K.O. Brazilian Championships in São Paulo, Brazil (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2008 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship in Viña del Mar, Chile (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2007 W.A.K.O. South American Championship in São Paulo, Brazil (K-1 rules +91 kg)
- 2006 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship in Niterói, Brazil (K-1 rules +91 kg)
Kickboxing record (Incomplete)Edit
|Professional kickboxing record|
36 wins (17 KOs), 9 losses, 0 draws
Mixed martial arts recordEdit
|Professional record breakdown|
|11 matches||7 wins||4 losses|
|Win||7–4||Cristiano Bob||TKO (head kick and punches)||Capital Fight 5||June 11, 2015||2||2:05||Brasília, Brazil|
|Loss||6–4||Anthony Perosh||Submission (rear-naked choke)||UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Bisping||November 8, 2014||1||3:46||Sydney, Australia||Return to Light Heavyweight.|
|Loss||6–3||Derrick Lewis||KO (punches)||The Ultimate Fighter: Team Edgar vs. Team Penn Finale||July 6, 2014||1||3:30||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||Heavyweight bout.|
|Win||6–2||Virgil Zwicker||Decision (unanimous)||Strikeforce: Barnett vs. Cormier||May 19, 2012||3||5:00||San Jose, California, United States||Light Heavyweight bout.|
|Win||5–2||Gustavo Moia||KO (knee)||Shooto Brazil 18||September 17, 2010||1||0:40||Brasília, Brazil||Won Shooto South-American Heavyweight (220 lb) Championship.|
|Win||4–2||Kléber Raimundo Silva||TKO (shoulder injury)||Win Fight and Entertainment 7||August 21, 2010||2||N/A||Salvador, Brazil||Won WFE Light Heavyweight Championship.|
|Win||3–2||Vitor Miranda||Submission (punches)||Shooto Brazil 17||August 6, 2010||2||1:43||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Loss||2–2||Ismael de Jesus||Decision (unanimous)||Goiânia Open Fight 2||May 12, 2007||3||5:00||Goiânia, Brazil|
|Win||2–1||Junior Beba||Submission (triangle choke)||Paraúna Fight||August 12, 2006||1||2:30||Paraúna, Brazil|
|Win||1–1||Diego Nunes||Submission (armbar)||Extreme Fight Brasilia||April 6, 2005||1||N/A||Brasília, Brazil|
|Loss||0–1||Leandro Silva||Decision (unanimous)||Goiânia Open Fight 1||March 19, 2005||3||5:00||Goiânia, Brazil|
- Guto Inocente beats Gustavo Moia in Shooto Brazil 18 df.superesportes.com.br (September 19, 2010)
- "Combat Press Kickboxing Rankings: November 2018". combatpress.com.
- Raimondi, Marc (2014-05-02). "Is Guto Inocente the next big star in the UFC heavyweight division?". FOX Sports. Retrieved 2016-02-27.
- "Guto Inocente – Official UFC® Fighter Profile". Ufc.com. Retrieved 2016-02-27.
- Guto Inocente is the new South-American Shooto Champion onthemat.com (September 21, 2010).
- Guto Inocente out, Lionel Lanham faces T.J. Cook at Strikeforce Challengers 17 by John Morgan (mmajunkie.com) on July 18, 2011.
- 'Strikeforce: Heavyweight Grand Prix Final' results: Guto Inocente outstrikes Virgil Zwicker by John Morgan and Steven Marrocco (mmajunkie.com) on May 19, 2012.
- Strikeforce Announces Cancellation of Saturday's Event In Sacramento strikeforce.com (September 23, 2012).
- Strikeforce Cancels September 29 Event After Lightweight Champion Gilbert Melendez withdraws by Tristen Critchfield (Sherdog.com) on September 23, 2012.
- Guto Inocente is the newest brazilian in UFC by Rogerio B. Vasques (ImperioMMA.com) on January 23, 2013.
- "Guto Inocente To Make Octagon Debut Against Shane Del Rosario At UFC 168". cagereligion.com. 2013-10-04. Retrieved 2013-10-04.
- "UFC 168 Loses Shane del Rosario vs. Guto Inocente Due to Injuries". uk.eurosport.yahoo.com. 2013-11-22. Retrieved 2013-11-22.
- Guilherme Cruz (2014-05-07). "Gilbert Burns: Alistair Overeem left Blackzilians because he injured Guto Inocente". MMAfighting.com. Retrieved 2014-05-26.
- "TUF 19 Finale". Ultimate Fighting Championship. Retrieved 2014-03-19.
- Guilherme Cruz (2014-08-30). "Guto Inocente returns to light heavyweight, meets Anthony Perosh at UFC Fight Night 55". mmafighting.com. Retrieved 2014-09-10.
- "Inocente takes controversial decision win over Adegbuyi". glorykickboxing.com. Retrieved 18 July 2017.
- "GLORY 43 New York roundup and results: Adegbuyi 'badly robbed', Jauncey TKO'd and Vannostrand triumph". k1anoop.tv. Retrieved 15 July 2017.
- Guto Inocente gets belt in Bahia by Carlos Eduardo Ozório (Graciemag.com) on August 25, 2010.
- 2010 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 20º CAMPEONATO BRASILEIRO ADUTO E 14º SUB 17
- 2009 W.A.K.O. South American Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 2009 W.A.K.O. World Championship in Villach, Austria Results W.A.K.O. official website.
- 2008 W.A.K.O. Brazilian Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 2009 W.A.K.O. Brazilian Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 2008 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 2007 W.A.K.O. South American Championship Results CBKB official website.
- 2006 W.A.K.O. Pan American Championship Results CBKB official website.
- "WGP #26 Quick Results". Liverkick.com. Retrieved 2016-02-27.