Gabriel Miranda

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Brazil

Out
Injury Undisclosed
Est. Return 4/1/2024
Withdraws from Quarantillo fight
LightweightUFC
Out
March 3, 2024
Miranda is out of his UFC Vegas 89 fight against Billy Quarantillo, according to Nolan King of USA Today.
ANALYSIS
An undisclosed problem will prevent Miranda from fighting Quarantillo in just under three weeks' time at UFC Vegas 89. Without any specification as to what the former is dealing with, it is unclear when he will fight again.
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Scheduled against Quarantillo
LightweightUFC
Out
January 21, 2024
Miranda is scheduled to compete against Billy Quarantillo in a featherweight fight at UFC Vegas 89 on March 23, according to Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl.
ANALYSIS
Miranda only fought once during 2023, but it was a good fight. On enemy territory in Sydney, he forced Australian featherweight Shane Young to tap out in their catchweight bout.
Quickly taps out heavy opponent
LightweightUFC
Out
September 9, 2023
Miranda defeated Shane Young via submission (rear-naked choke) at 0:59 of Round 1 at UFC 293 on Saturday in Sydney, Australia.
ANALYSIS
It will almost certainly go down as the most lucrative night of Miranda's professional career. Not only will he walk away with his show and win bonuses, but he'll also take home 30 percent of Young's purse after the the latter missed weight by nearly four pounds Friday morning. Once the bell rang, Miranda scored an immediate, easy takedown and got to the back of Young before easily putting him to sleep. It was an excellent bounce-back performance from Miranda on the heels of his knockout loss to the surging Benoit Saint-Denis in his company debut a little over a year ago.
Facing heavy opponent
LightweightUFC
Out
September 8, 2023
Miranda's scheduled featherweight fight against Shane Young at UFC 293 on Saturday will proceed at catchweight after Young weighed in at 149.75 pounds Friday morning, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Miranda will pick up 30 percent of Young's fight purse as compensation for allowing the preliminary bout to proceed on schedule despite the weight miss. He currently sits as approximately a (+105) betting underdog for the matchup.
Another fight on enemy grounds
LightweightUFC
Out
July 19, 2023
Miranda will fight Shane Young in a lightweight bout at UFC 293 in Sydney on Sept. 9, according to Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl.
ANALYSIS
Miranda's previous bout resulted in a Paris defeat against French lightweight Benoit Saint-Denis. Once again, Miranda will compete against a UFC fighter at least relatively familiar with the location's region. Young, from the Oceanic region, is competing off three consecutive losses since 2020.
Knocked out in UFC debut
LightweightUFC
Out
September 3, 2022
Miranda lost to Benoit Saint-Denis via TKO (punches) at 0:16 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Paris.
ANALYSIS
This was an extremely difficult spot for Miranda. Making his UFC debut in enemy territory, he was quite lucky to last as long as he did. Outside of a first-round takedown, Miranda accomplished nothing. He was knocked down twice in the opening frame and somehow managed to see the bell. A knockdown in the opening seconds of Round 2 finally closed the show. The 32-year-old Brazilian seems quite likely to get another shot with the company, but little should be expected considering what we saw from him in this one.