Ronaldo Souza (Brazil) vs Gegard Mousasi (Netherlands) — video


Who is Ronaldo Souza?

Ronaldo Souza is one of the best Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighters in the world and has won many championships.

It was not easy for Ronaldo to become a boxer. He had to overcome many obstacles, including his father’s disapproval of his career choice.

He started boxing at age 14, and by 17 he had already won a silver medal at the Pan American Games. By age 19, he had been awarded a gold medal at the World Championships.

In 2003, Ronaldo became the youngest Brazilian champion in history when he defeated Rafael Feijao in just 25 seconds with a knee to the face and an arm lock submission hold. In 2004, Ronaldo became World Champion by defeating Roy Jones Jr.. In 2005, Ronaldo became UFC Champion when he beat Matt Hughes with an armbar submission.

Who is Gegard Mousasi?

Gegard Mousasi is a Dutch-born professional mixed martial artist. He has been a professional fighter for almost 20 years and was the UFC’s first ever middleweight champion.

Mousasi was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands on March 17th, 1984. His father is from Indonesia and his mother is Dutch. Mousasi started training in kickboxing at the age of 8 and later transitioned to MMA. His first fight was a loss against Gilbert Yvel, who went on to become the UFC’s first ever welterweight champion.

Gegard Mousasi has been fighting professionally since he was 18 years old and has won multiple titles throughout his career including being the UFC’s first ever middleweight champion.