As a new year startswe reunite with your traditional list of ian fighters that are worth keeping an eye in 20-19. Can they triumph?

Glyan Alves, 2-4, may be your reining Shooto super bantamweight (140 pounds) champion. The 13-3 gift has won five in a row, four of the during the last twelve months, including an instant first-round destruction of former champion Luciano Benicio.

Training under the tutelage of heavy-weight veteran Pedro Rizzo and Laerte Barcelos, father of fighter Raoni Barcelos, the 24-year-old gift is your recent Shooto featherweight champion.

Jackson Loureiro, a member of this legendary Chute Boxe team, was successful in all of his professional fights. In 7-0-1, with five finishes to his credit, the 24-year-old light weight recently won a championship name in , finishing his opponent having a set of knees to your body.

In 23 decades of age, Fernandes is 5-0 as a professional, stopping four of his opponents and claiming the Shooto super featherweight name (150 pounds) at August.

The 26-year-old gift won a four-woman, one-night tournament in November.

Geraldo de Freitas, that also at one point of his livelihood held that the Shooto bantamweight belt and never lost it inside the cage, is riding an six-fight winning series that contains a triumph over Bellator veteran Zeilton Rodrigues.

Lara Procopio is just another intriguing potential from Nova Uniao team.

Rafael Ramos, 22, is undefeated in seven professional spells with all the victories coming by way of stoppage. The Macapa native caught the Shooto flyweight belt at June.

Luis Rafael might have left the list years ago whether he hadn’t even fought questionable resistance for most of his livelihood. “Japa”, 26, holds a 33-1 record from the game. After suffering the first loss of his livelihood in 20-16, “Japa”, who competes at both 135 and 145, ” he asked his trainer to manage just difficult competition moving ahead. Since then, he won two in a row, including a featherweight title win within a fellow Irish in in December. Worth keeping tabs on who he faces in 2019.