The Braga family will never forget the night of July 26, 2019, when father and son were both victorious inside the Future MMA cage in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The first to compete at the Clube Indiano was Gabriel Braga (4-0), a 21-year-old featherweight prospect who made quick work of Jean Inacio Soares (5-3) in the first round. With his father, Diego Braga in his corner, Gabriel stopped Soares with a precise ground and pound in just 85 seconds.
Later that night, his 40-year-old father took on 32-year-old veteran Jamil Silveira in a lightweight contest, winning via unanimous decision (29-28 x3). Both Braga (23-8-1) and Silveira (44-19-1) announced their retirements after the three-round fight.
Future MMA 7 was headlined by Herbert Souza (14-1) vs. Taigro Costa (15-4) for the inaugural bantamweight belt. All “Indio” needed was 3:10 to drop Costa with a left hand and tap him with a guillotine choke to claim the title and extra $500 for the “Fighter of the Night” bonus.
Herberth Indio is New Future FC BW Champion— Jolassanda (@Jolassanda) July 27, 2019
yime yo bring this guy to UFC :) pic.twitter.com/TsQU0hMrp5
Check the complete Future MMA 7 results below.
Herbeth Souza def. Taigro Costa via first-round submission (guillotine choke) (3:10)
Jackson Loureiro def. Anderson Ferreira via first-round knockout (0:14)
Diego Braga def. Jamil Silveira via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Marcelo Dias def. Danilo Adreani via first-round TKO (doctor stoppage) (5:00)
Brendo Bispo def. Luiz Fernando Lima via third-round submission (rear-naked choke) (2:33)
Carlos Augusto da Silva def. Carlos Soares via unanimous decision (29-28 x3)
Elder Amorim def. Joao Paulo Silva via unanimous decision (30-27 x3)
Maria Silva def. Jainne Aguiar via first-round submission (guillotine choke) (0:49)
Marcos Matos def. Marcos Conrado Jr. via first-round knockout (1:03)
Gabriel Braga def. Jean Soares via first-round TKO (1:25)
Lua Franco def. Pedro Lima via third-round knockout (4:42)
Junior Baianinho def. Euclide Viana via first-round TKO (4:59)