Viviane Araujo
Vivi

Brazil

Slated for UFC 240
StrawweightUFC
May 20, 2019
Araujo will face off against Alexis Davis at UFC 240 in Edmonton on July 27th, Nolan King of Flocombat reports.
ANALYSIS
After knocking out Alita Bernardo just shy of a minute into the third round of her UFC debut, Araujo will get ready for just her second UFC fight on just two months rest. It's unclear what weight the fighters will participate at, but as a natural Strawweight, Araujo had no trouble moving up weight in her last match to win. Alexis Davis usually fights at the flyweight division, so it will be interesting to see where the two sides agree to fight at.
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Scores KO win in short-notice debut
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May 11, 2019
Araujo defeated Talita Bernardo via KO (punch) at 0:48 of Round 3 at UFC 237 on Saturday in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
ANALYSIS
Making your UFC debut in 72 hours notice? No problem. Araujo easily rolled through an overmatched and ill-prepared Bernardo. Despite being a natural strawweight and giving up quite a bit of weight to her opposition, Araujo displayed a quality striking base and legitimate one-punch knockout power. Given the damage she did on Saturday in a weight class she isn't suited for, it's interesting to think of how Araujo's power could carry over to the 115-pound division.
Replaces Gato at UFC 237
StrawweightUFC
May 8, 2019
Araujo has been picked to replace Melissa Gato at UFC 237 on Saturday against Talita Bernardo, Brett Okamoto of ESPN reports.
ANALYSIS
For Bernardo, the swap to Araujo marks her third scheduled opponent for UFC 237 after Gato had originally been named as a replacement for Jessica-Rose Clark. Araujo will enter the bout looking to win her debut in the UFC after starting her professional fighting career at 6-2.