Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino Head to Head Record

Last Modified May 1, 2024 03:59 GMT
Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino Head to Head Record
Anthony Smith will fight Vito Petrino at UFC 301. [Image courtesy: Getty Images]


Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino is an upcoming mixed martial arts event organized and produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on May 4, 2024, at UFC 301. The event will be held at the Farmasi Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and this light heavyweight clash is scheduled for the main card of the fight night.


Being a former UFC light heavyweight challenger, Anthony Smith has been a contender in the UFC and is currently ranked as the No.10 prospect in the weight class. However, Smith has managed to win only two of his last five outings. For his previous fight, Anthony Smith suffered a third-round TKO loss to Khalil Roundtree Jr. in December 2023.


Whereas, Vitor Petrino is an undefeated light heavyweight contender in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and is currently ranked as the No.10 prospect in the division. Moreover, Petrino is coming off a unanimous decision win in his last outing against Tyson Pedro on March 3, 2024.


Thus, UFC 301 plays a crucial role in both fighter’s stint in the promotion. For Anthony Smith, it is his chance to defeat an undefeated contender in his weight class and hold on to his position in the rankings table. Meanwhile, for Petrino, it is his chance to defeat a veteran like Smith and become one of the top ten contenders in the weight class. Moreover, a win against Anthony Smith will enhance his run for the title in the coming years.



Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino Stats


StatsAnthony SmithVitor Petrino
Record37-19-011-0-0
Ranking(light heavyweight)No.10No.15
Age3526
Height6 feet 4 inches6 feet 2 inches
NationalityAmericanBrazilian
Reach76 in77.5 in
Win Streak (Active)-11
Professional Debut20082019



Anthony Smith MMA Record


Starting his professional career in 2008, Anthony Smith currently boasts a record of 37 wins and 19 losses in MMA. The majority of his wins are via knockout(20), submission(14) and decision(3).


56 matches37 wins19 losses
By knockout2011
By submission144
By decision34



Vitor Petrino MMA Record


The 26-year-old Brazilian fighter, Vitor Petrino currently holds a record of 11 wins and no losses. The undefeated fighter has a majority of his finishes via knockout(7) and submission(1).


11 matches11 wins
By knockout7
By submission1
By decision3






*Last updated on May 1, 2024.

FAQs

A. Anthony Smith vs. Vitor Petrino is an upcoming mixed martial arts event organized and produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on May 4, 2024, at UFC 301.


A. The event will be held at the Farmasi Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and this light heavyweight clash is scheduled for the main card of the fight night.


A. Starting his professional career in 2008, Anthony Smith currently boasts a record of 37 wins and 19 losses in MMA.


A. The 26-year-old Brazilian fighter, Vitor Petrino currently holds a record of 11 wins and no losses.

A. Vitor Petrino is a Brazilian fighter.

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