Cosmo Alexandre

Cosmo Alexandre

Career

(Taken From Wikipedia)

Kickboxing:

Alexandre began his professional kickboxing career in October 2004 in his native Brazil. In 2007 he experienced the highs and lows of the kickboxing world as he won the WMC Middleweight (160 lbs) Intercontinental Championship and the WPMF Middleweight (160 lbs) World Championship, only to lose them later in the year.
In 2008, Alexandre became a contestant on the It’s Showtime Reality TV series. He made it to the finals against Sem Braan, losing via majority decision.
In 2009, Alexandre picked up his biggest kickboxing win as he defeated John Wayne Parr via TKO in the second round at Evolution 17: King of the Square Ring. He fought a total of three times that evening, winning the Evolution 17 King’s Cup Qualifying tournament title in the process.
He defeated Nampon PKMuaythai via unanimous decision in the lackluster main event of Lion Fight 11 in Las Vegas on September 20, 2013.
He was scheduled have his rubber match with John Wayne Parr at Powerplay Promotions 22 in Melbourne, Australia on November 8, 2013. However, he did not apply for his visa in time and was unable to enter the country and so he was replaced by New Zealand’s Brad Riddell who Parr defeated by unanimous decision.
He defeated Mark Holst via UD in the main event of Lion Fight 15 in Ledyard, Connecticut on May 23, 2014.
In 2015, Alexandre defeated John Wayne Parr in a trilogy by unanimous decision at Lion Fight 25. He won the Lion Fight Super Middleweight Belt.

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