Philipe Lins



Out of UFC 282
November 23, 2022
Lins withdrew from his upcoming fight against Ovince Saint Preux at UFC 282 on Dec. 10, Marcel Dorff of reports.
After previously stepping in for Alexander Gustafsson, Lins will now have to withdraw as well for an undisclosed reason. In his place, Antonio Trocoli will fill in to fight Saint Preux.
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Stepping in to fight OSP
November 15, 2022
Lins will take on Ovince Saint Preux at UFC 282 on Dec. 10, Marcel Dorff of reports.
Lins will step in for Alexander Gustafsson, who had to withdraw for an undisclosed reason. Lins was supposed to fight Maxim Grishin back on Oct. 1, but the bout was canceled last minute. Lins was last in the Octagon in April when he defeated Marcin Prachnio by unanimous decision.
Fight scratched last minute
October 1, 2022
Lins will no longer fight Maxim Grishin at UFC Vegas 61 on Saturday after the fight was canceled due to a medical issue, Aaron Bronsteter of reports.
The UFC announced the cancelation after the fight had already been moved from the prelims to the main card. While Jon Anik didn't specify which fighter had a medical issue, reports that Lins was not cleared to fight. As a result of the bout being called off, Saturday's main card will proceed with five fights.
Grishin on tap
August 25, 2022
Lins will fight Maxim Grishin at the UFC event on Oct. 1, Marcel Dorff of reports.
Lins earned his first victory with the promotion in April when he defeated Marcin Prachnio via unanimous decision, so he'll look to make it two straight when he meets Grishin in October. Lins just recently turned 37 years old, so "youth" will be on his side against Grishin, who will enter the Octagon at 38 years of age.
Earns first UFC win
April 23, 2022
Lins defeated Marcin Prachnio via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Unable to find his footing at heavyweight, Lins dropped down to 205 pounds and picked up his first UFC victory in three attempts, which almost certainly saved his job. It didn't come easy, as Prachnio got off to a fast start, but Lins leaned on his wrestling game over the course of the final ten minutes to secure the win. All told, Lins connected on 4-of-11 takedown attempts, three of which came in the final frame. A former winner of the 2018 PFL heavyweight tournament, Lins -- who is just 6-foot-1 -- is better suited to compete at 205 pounds. His largest issue at this point is the fact he will be turning 37 years of age this coming August and has zero room for error moving forward.
Taking on Prachnio
April 6, 2022
Lins is set for a light heavyweight bout April 23 against Marcin Prachnio, Marcel Dorff of reports.
Lins is searching for his first UFC victory April 23 against Marcin Prachnio. The 6-foot-2 Brazilian fighter stands one inch shorter than Prachnio, though will sport a four-inch reach advantage. The former PFL Champion won his last three PFL fights by either TKO or submission.