STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 631
Significant Strikes Landed: 281
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 10
Ange Loosa is a successful MMA fighter and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) champion. He has been competing since 2003, and has proven himself to be one of the toughest competitors in the sport. His record currently stands at 27 wins out of 33 fights, with 8 submissions and 15 knockouts. He holds an impressive 16-2 record inside the UFC octagon.
Ange Loosa was born in Curitiba, Brazil on April 18th 1983 to parents Joao Paulo de Souza and Leilane da Costa Souza. Growing up in a humble home didn’t stop Ange from pursuing his dreams of becoming a professional martial artist – he trained religiously from the young age of 12 years old, when his father encouraged him to join his school’s Judo club. It wasn’t long before Ange picked up wrestling as well, training with both disciplines for several years before turning pro in 2003 at just 20 years old.
Loosa initially fought mainly in smaller promotions around Brazil until 2010 when he signed with Bellator Fighting Championships – then one of the biggest MMA organisations outside the UFC – where he won many championships over three consecutive seasons with them after going 5-1 within their promotion alone during that time period. After two wins against some tough Japanese opponents under The Deep Championship banner Ange moved into what would turn out to be his most successful career move yet; signing with UFC in 2014 which saw him make appearances all over US soil as well as fight pay per view main cards on more than one occasion since then!
His first win under UFC was achieved against Dennis Bermudez at UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs Miller on July 16th 2014 via unanimous decision after 3 rounds of back and forth action between both fighters which ultimately resulted victory for Loosa who also earned Fight Of The Night honours afterwards too! Since competing within this organisation Ange has gone 13-2 including 4 submission victories & 11 Knockouts equalling what can only be described as success beyond expectations given his relatively short stint thus far compared other long time veterans such as Anderson Silva or Georges St Pierre who have been fighting longer than him inside Octagon walls so it’s safe say that much yet seen best ‘Angry’ Loosa can offer fans come next match!!
He continues to train hard and compete vigorously every time he steps into an Octagon cage providing viewers thrilling bouts full energy no matter outcome result may eventually become by evening’s end! As well being known competitively inspiring mentor young aspiring mixed martial artists all throughout South America due influence spread across continent thanks very own success story – something makes proud truly great Ambassador sport worldwide meaning will continue watch grow ever higher heights future ahead awaits..