Pedro Munhoz had a perfect 10-0 start to his career which includes four straight in the RFA.

Following that, he also won the promotion’s bantamweight title.

Once he was done defending the title, he got a shot in the UFC. He was brought back to the reality on ground in the UFC after his first four fights. His first in the UFC was against Raphael Assuncao and it came on such short notice thatit made him drop a decision.

In his next two fights, he came off victorious but his victory over Jerrod Sanders got overturned after he tested positive for testosterone from an outside origin.

In November 2015, he lost a split decision to Jimmie Rivera after a suspension. 2016 was however a very good year for Munhoz, which saw him winning both of his fights by guillotine choke.

He also won $50,000 performance bonuses in each of them. His opponents, Russell Doane and Justin Scoggins both experienced what it could be like to have the Brazilian cranking on their necks.

Munhoz (13-2 MMA, 3-2 UFC) will go after his third straight win on Sunday when he engages Damian Stasiak (10-3 MMA, 2-1 UFC) in a bout at the UFC Night 109 holding at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm.

The card will air on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass. On this card, Munhoz remains the biggest favorite with odds at 7-1. This might just be because the odds makers have figured out how dangerous the Brazilian can be.

“I was able to show that I’m a dangerous fighter,” Munhoz told MMAjunkie.

“I’m training hard at American Top Team. I’m focused, as always. My time will come.”

Munhoz has continued to keep tabs on his opponent whom he sees as a world champion karate fighter.