Marcos Mariano
Dhalsim

Brazil

Not competitive once again
LightweightUFC
September 21, 2019
Mariano lost to Claudio Puelles via unanimous decision (25-30, 25-30, 25-30) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Mexico City.
ANALYSIS
Through two UFC bouts, Mariano has been inside the octagon for a grand total of 19:55. In those two losses, Mariano has been credited with a grand total of FIVE significant strikes landed. It's one of the strangest and most unbelievable statistics you will ever see and one that clearly proves Mariano is not a UFC-caliber fighter. The odds of him getting a third opportunity with the company are not high.
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Struggles to get on track
LightweightUFC
February 9, 2019
Mariano lost to Lando Vannata via submission (Kimura) at 4:55 of Round 1 at UFC 234 on Saturday in Melbourne.
ANALYSIS
Mariano had a lot of trouble in this fight. He could not get anything going on the feet. After that, Vannata scored a takedown and went to work on the ground. He knifed through Mariano's guard, moved to a dominant position and finished with a Kimura. This was Mariano's UFC debut, and he falls to 6-5 as a professional.
Added to UFC 234
LightweightUFC
January 24, 2019
Mariano will take on Lando Vannata in a light heavyweight matchup at UFC 234 on Feb. 9, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Mariano is just 6-4 as a professional and will be making his UFC debut at the age of 32. He likely draws this spot on the undercard due to the fortunate fact he's teammates with Anderson Silva, who will be taking on Israel Adesanya in the pay-per-view portion of the event. Mariano stands at 6-1 and will look like the bigger man when the two meet, but Vannata has a big experience edge with six UFC fights (1-3-2) under his belt, despite being nearly six years younger.