Video: Marcus ‘Buchecha’ taps Anderson Silva fast with north-south choke in MMA debut at ONE

Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida can officially can himself a MMA fighter now. The 13-time jiu-jitsu world champion and two-time ADCC gold medalist entered the cage for his MMA debut Friday morning in Singapore, battling kickboxing specialist Anderson “Braddock” Silva in a heavyweight bout at ONE Championship: Revolution, and won in under three minutes. “Buchecha” wasted no time on the feet, securing a takedown in the first seconds of the match and immediately getting the mount. Almeida connected a few punches from the mount before moving to side control and then north-south position, landing knees to the head. “Buchecha” eventually locked a north-south choke to force Silva to tap. Buchecha’s grounded knees went AIRBORNE! ✈️ @MarcusBuchecha #ONERevolution #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/4hebCAvgNa— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) September 24, 2021 BJJ legend Buchecha FINISHES Anderson Silva with a north-south choke in his mixed martial arts debut! @MarcusBuchecha #ONERevolution #WeAreONE #ONEChampionship pic.twitter.com/73ft7TYq78— ONE Championship (@ONEChampionship) September 24, 2021 “It’s like a dream coming true,” Almeida said in his post-fight interview. “Starting a new sport from zero, something hard, but my life is about challenges. I did everything in jiu-jitsu so I don’t feel I have anything else to prove, so I decided to start a new career in MMA and that was the first step of feeling great, feeling blessed. I’m really thankful.” “Buchecha” admitted he didn’t think the choke was that deep, but longtime jiu-jitsu coach Leo Vieira told him otherwise from the corner. “He was locking my arm and I heard my coach Leonardo Vieira say ‘wait for the right moment’ and then when I locked the hands together I couldn’t get a good grip,” he said. “Leo said ‘he’s about to tap,’ so it’s now or never. I squeezed as hard as I could and he tapped. “I didn’t say I would submit him in the first round, I said in the perfect world that would be perfect, a first-round submission, so the perfect world happened for me.”

Video: Marcus ‘Buchecha’ taps Anderson Silva fast with north-south choke in MMA debut at ONE

Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida can officially can himself a MMA fighter now.

The 13-time jiu-jitsu world champion and two-time ADCC gold medalist entered the cage for his MMA debut Friday morning in Singapore, battling kickboxing specialist Anderson “Braddock” Silva in a heavyweight bout at ONE Championship: Revolution, and won in under three minutes.

“Buchecha” wasted no time on the feet, securing a takedown in the first seconds of the match and immediately getting the mount. Almeida connected a few punches from the mount before moving to side control and then north-south position, landing knees to the head. “Buchecha” eventually locked a north-south choke to force Silva to tap.

“It’s like a dream coming true,” Almeida said in his post-fight interview. “Starting a new sport from zero, something hard, but my life is about challenges. I did everything in jiu-jitsu so I don’t feel I have anything else to prove, so I decided to start a new career in MMA and that was the first step of feeling great, feeling blessed. I’m really thankful.”

“Buchecha” admitted he didn’t think the choke was that deep, but longtime jiu-jitsu coach Leo Vieira told him otherwise from the corner.

“He was locking my arm and I heard my coach Leonardo Vieira say ‘wait for the right moment’ and then when I locked the hands together I couldn’t get a good grip,” he said. “Leo said ‘he’s about to tap,’ so it’s now or never. I squeezed as hard as I could and he tapped.

“I didn’t say I would submit him in the first round, I said in the perfect world that would be perfect, a first-round submission, so the perfect world happened for me.”

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Morning Report: Dustin Poirier distances himself from the ‘uncrowned champion’ title: ‘It’s cool, it’s fun, but I’m not’
Esther Lin, MMA Fighting

2021 has been a big year for Dustin Poirier and things keep looking up for “The Diamond.”

In January, Poirier avenged his loss to Conor McGregor, knocking out McGregor in the second round at UFC 257. The two then fought for a third time six months later, with Poirier again getting his hand raised, this time by doctor stoppage due to McGregor breaking his leg. The pair of wins over McGregor launched Poirier into a different stratosphere of stardom and the good run continued for Poirier last night when he was honored at the UFC Hall of Fame ceremony as the inaugural winner of the Forrest Griffin Community Award for his the work his Good Fight Foundation has done in his local community and around the world. And with that now behind him, Poirier can focus all his energy on his upcoming title fight against UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira.

“To be the world champion is the reason I ever put on a pair of gloves, not to make money or make a name,” Poirier told the media at the Hall of Fame ceremony. “Everything else is great but those are just by-products of trying to be the best and I have another chance here. I came up short against Khabib but I have another chance to put a gold, undisputed belt in my home and add that to my legacy, and that’s what I’m solely focused on.”

Poirier and Oliveira are expected to fight at UFC 269 later this year. The bout will be one of the most highly anticipated title fights in some time as, following Khabib Nurmagomedov’s retirement from the sport last year, many people view Poirier as the true number one lightweight in the sport (Poirier is currently the top-ranked lightweight in the MMA Fighting Global Rankings), in part because Oliveira claimed the vacant title by beating the fourth-ranked fighter in the division, Michael Chandler, instead of Poirier. However, Poirier disagrees with the “uncrowned champion” moniker that he has been given.

“I’m not,” Poirier said. “It’s cool, it’s fun, but I’m not. Charles is the world champion and I’m trying to be that and I have an opportunity. I have 25 minutes to make that happen so it’s up to me....

“Charles Oliveira had a tough road, like me. He put in his work, he cut his teeth, he’s bled and clawed his way to being the world champion, and he is the undisputed world champion, no doubt about it. I see a lot of hate and shade being thrown online, that’s never gonna stop for anybody but the guy has earned it. It’s inspiring to see guys like that, a guy like (Michael) Bisping, Charles Oliveira. If I can do it, I’ll put myself in the same category. Guys who have been knocked down and climbed back up, never say die. Respect. I don’t know the guy personally but I respect his journey to be world champion.”

Among those who have been critical of Oliveira’s championship is former interim champion Justin Gaethje. Gaethje was the last man to fight Khabib before “The Eagle” retired, losing via second-round submission, and Gaethje hasn’t pulled any punches when talking about Oliveira, calling the champion “a quitter.” But as he prepares to face off with Oliveira for the title, Poirier says Oliveira has proved the exact opposite.

“I’ve seen Charles in a lot of fights,” Poirier said. “He’s been in a lot of fights at a high level so I’ve seen him kind of fold in fights before. But I’ve also seen him rise to the occasion and show up in adversity. If he was a quitter, he had a chance to quit when Chandler hurt him but he came back and put him away. If that shows anything - like they say, your last fight is your most important and your next fight is your most important. The guy showed a championship mentality, he showed a championship effort, got hurt, pulled it together, finished the guy. There was no quit that night.”

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