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Throughout the three-decade history of the UFC, few fighters have made quite the same impact in as short a time as Alex Pereira. 

In just seven fights in the UFC, the Brazilian former kickboxing world champion has held world titles in two separate weight divisions, headlined an event inside the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden, and defeated four past-or-present world champions.

Next month, you can add another accolade to the list: a headline slot at the biggest card the organisation has held in years, UFC 300.

Fittingly, that fight on April 13 comes against another former UFC world champion in Jamahal Hill and presents ‘Poatan’ with another opportunity to make history just two-and-a-half years removed from his debut with the organisation.

And if you needed a reminder of what the Brazilian is capable of in the cage, look no further than his November clash with Prochazka, which you can see in full below.