Kris Moutinho

USA

Matched against Guido Cannetti
BantamweightUFC
December 2, 2021
Moutinho will take on Guido Cannetti on March 12, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
Moutinho withdrew from a scheduled October fight against Aaron Phillips for undisclosed reasons but will be ready to go by March. He'll be looking for his first UFC win, having lost by TKO against Sean O'Malley in his promotional debut in July. His opponent, Cannetti, has two UFC victories, but those are spread out across seven fights with the promotion, with the last one coming back in May of 2018.
Read More News
Fight Log
Loading Fight Log...
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Kris Moutinho
The MMA Mashup: UFC 264 Preview
202 days ago
No event in MMA is bigger than a Conor McGregor fight weekend, but does Chris Olson think he can win the trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier? Chris breaks down strategies for five different platforms.
RotoWire Staff Picks: UFC 264
202 days ago
Outside of what looks like a Sean O'Malley freebie, the RotoWire staff appears to be torn on many of the pay-per-view fights set to take place Saturday at UFC 264.
Drake's Takes: UFC 264 Poirier vs McGregor 3
202 days ago
With six-figure prize pools up for grabs at UFC 264 this weekend, Drake runs down each fight on the card, offering fighter breakdowns and DFS-specific implications.
MMA Best Bets: Cole's Picks for UFC 264
203 days ago
Get your tickets ready for one of the most highly-anticipated MMA gambling events of 2021. Cole Shelton breaks down four different bets for UFC 264 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
More Fantasy News
No longer fighting Phillips
BantamweightUFC
September 17, 2021
Moutinho will no longer fight Aaron Phillips on October 23, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
The reason for Moutinho's withdrawal isn't clear at this point. Jonathan Martinez will slot in to fight Phillips in his void.
Second UFC fight set
BantamweightUFC
August 24, 2021
Moutinho will take on Aaron Phillips in a bantamweight bout at the UFC event Oct. 23, MMAJunkie.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Moutinho came in on short notice and put on a good show against Sean O'Malley back in July, but ultimately was defeated via TKO. Moutinho will hope for a different end result when he takes on a fighter also making his second start with the UFC.
Legendary effort in UFC debut
BantamweightUFC
July 10, 2021
Moutinho lost to Sean O'Malley via TKO (punches) at 4:33 of Round 3 at UFC 264 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
The UFC has a new fan favorite. Taking this fight on short notice, Moutinho ate everything O'Malley threw at him and then some. He deserved to see the final bell, but referee Herb Dean decided to half the action with about 30 seconds left despite the fact Moutinho was continuing to push forward and nowhere near finished. Yes, it is the referee's job to protect the fighter, but Moutinho deserved the right to see the final bell given how hard he competed. No one knew anything about Moutinho coming into the night, but he's cardio looked exceptional and his chin is obviously made of granite. He deserves a $75,000 (for tonight only) Fight of the Night bonus given how hard he competed.
Stepping in to fight O'Malley
BantamweightUFC
June 30, 2021
Moutinho will take on Sean O'Malley in a bantamweight bout at UFC 264 on July 10, Nolan King of USA Today reports.
ANALYSIS
Moutinho will be stepping in for Louis Smolka who had to withdraw from this UFC 264 bout due to an injury. Moutinho will be making his UFC debut. He is coming off a win against Andrew Sala in the CFFC back in late May.