Carlos Felipe

Boi

Brazil

Out
Injury Suspension
Est. Return 4/16/2023
Hit with 18-month ban
HeavyweightUFC
Out
January 18, 2022
Felipe was suspended for 18 months Tuesday after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug Boldenone, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
The failed test took place back on Oct. 16, the same date he lost to Andrei Arlovski by unanimous decision. Felipe will now be ineligible to compete until April 16, 2023.
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Win streak snapped at three
HeavyweightUFC
Out
October 16, 2021
Felipe lost to Andrei Arlovski via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
There's an argument to be made that Felipe deserved a better fate, but the truth of the matter is that there was extremely little separating these two men, and it's difficult to get worked up about the decision one way or another. Felipe's best round was the third, but he appeared to clearly lose the first while the second could have gone either way. The overall striking numbers were quite close, with Arlovski holding a slight 84-73 edge (unofficially). The loss snaps a three-fight winning streak for Felipe, although the Brazilian is just 26 years of age and there should be plenty of time for him to recover moving forward.
Taking on Arlovski in October
HeavyweightUFC
Out
July 7, 2021
Felipe will fight Andrei Arlovski at the Oct. 16 UFC event, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Felipe is on a roll, as he's won his last three fights, including a split decision over Jake Collier in June. The 26-year-old Felipe will look to keep that momentum rolling against the 42-year-old Arlovski.
Win streak hits three
HeavyweightUFC
Out
June 12, 2021
Felipe defeated Jake Collier via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) at UFC 263 on Saturday in Glendale, Arizona.
ANALYSIS
It's remarkable this fight saw the final bell considering the bombs these two men were unloading upon each other. Felipe deserves credit for picking up the pace following a slow start. On the flip side, he attempted just 192 total strikes compared to 281 from Collier. In a bout with little separating the two men, Felipe's inactivity could have potentially cost him. The judges (well, two of them) ultimately deemed Felipe did enough to win, and he picked up his third straight decision victory, all in the span of the past eight months.
Booked for UFC 263
HeavyweightUFC
Out
March 3, 2021
Felipe will take on Jake Collier (orbital) in a heavyweight matchup at UFC 263 on June 12, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
Felipe is coming off back-to-back victories, and June will present him an opportunity to secure a third straight win. Collier, meanwhile, is coming off a six-month medical suspension due to a fracture of his left lateral orbital wall, but should now be fully healthy.
Secures win in Abu Dhabi
HeavyweightUFC
Out
January 16, 2021
Felipe defeated Justin Tafa via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) at UFC on ABC 1 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi.
ANALYSIS
This was not a technical masterpiece, but it was a highly entertaining fight that could have legitimately gone either way. Felipe started slowly before improving over the course of the bout. His best round was clearly the second. Perhaps in an attempt to save energy, Felipe attempted nearly 30 less total strikes than his opponent. If that was indeed the case, it was an interesting strategy given the fact Tafa is known for having more power. Whatever Felipe's plan was, it ultimately worked. The big man has now scored back-to-back decision victories since dropping a majority decision to Sergey Spivak in his company debut last July.