Antonio Arroyo


Next fight booked
July 22, 2021
Arroyo will take on Joaquin Buckley in a middleweight bout at the UFC event Sept. 18, reports.
Arroyo was supposed to fight Tom Breese on June 5, but his opponent was forced to withdraw on the day of the fight. Arroyo was last in the Octagon back in December when he lost to Deron Winn by unanimous decision. Buckley is looking to shake off being knocked out in his last fight back in January.
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Saturday fight called off
June 5, 2021
Arroyo will not fight Tom Breese Saturday after Breese pulled out of the fight for undisclosed reasons, Brett Okamoto of reports.
The reasons for Breese's withdrawal aren't known at this point. Arroyo hasn't fought since December so he'll likely be in search of an opponent for a fight in the near future.
Fighting Breese in June
April 15, 2021
Arroyo (9-4-0) will fight Tom Breese (12-3-0) at a UFC event on June 5, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Arroyo last stepped into the Octagon in December and was handed a loss to Deron Winn via unanimous decision after a layoff of over a year in between fights. The 31-year-old typically wastes little time when fighting, as a majority of his victories have come in Round 1. On paper, this bout appears to be pretty even with both fighters lining up at 6-3 and having a reach of 73 inches.
Struggles following long layoff
December 19, 2020
Arroyo lost to Deron Winn via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Fighting for the first time in more than 13 months, Arroyo's poor takedown defense was ultimately his undoing. While the Brazilian remained competitive, he also allowed Winn to land 8-of-12 takedown attempts and in the end, that was simply too much to overcome in the eyes of the judges. Arroyo is a fairly effective striker who has displayed the ability to mix in a submission here and there, but he has now lost each of his first two UFC bouts and is without a victory dating back to July 2018. With jobs at a premium these days, there is no guarantee the 31-year-old Arroyo gets a third opportunity with the company.
Stepping in versus Winn
November 21, 2020
Arroyo will face Deron Winn in a middleweight bout at the UFC event Dec. 19, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Arroyo lost his opponent Eryk Anders last week due to health issues after weigh-ins, but he'll get back in the Octagon before the end of 2020. Winn was originally set to face Antonio Braga Neto, but he was forced to withdraw for undisclosed reasons.
Fight cancelled
November 14, 2020
Arroyo will not square off against Eryk Anders at UFC Apex due to his opponent's "health issues," reports.
Arroyo's oppoenent, Anders, missed weight on Friday and subsequently backed out of the fight Saturday due to undisclosed health concerns. He will now be forced to look ahead for a new opportunity.