As the staple of the Northeastern MMA circuit for many years, CES MMA remains the standard of excellence in terms of alumni who continue to make waves under the bright lights of the UFC like Yorgan De Castro. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a growling polar bear whose grinding claws have sent a fearful chill down many an opponent’s spines. A professional mixed martial artist since September 2016 and representing Regiment Training Center, Kris Moutinho owns an 8-4 record in 12 professional bouts comprised of five decisions and three knockouts. Moutinho has spent his entire 12 fight tenure as a pro-MMA fighter with CES MMA thus far. He has made it onto the scorecards five times during his pro career with each of those victories going the distance over a three-round 15 minute period and has finished three of his eight wins with two first-round finishes and one round two finish.
In his professional and promotional debut at CES MMA 38, he faced Matthew Maldonado and went on to defeat him via unanimous decision. Moutinho also defeated Mike Karam via unanimous decision at CES MMA 40. Then at CES MMA 41, he knocked out Jason Rine in the first round. Moutinho defeated Loyd Reyes at CES MMA 42 via unanimous decision. At CES MMA 50, he defeated Alfred Jones via TKO in the first round. Moutinho defeated Da’mon Blackshear at CES MMA 51 via unanimous decision. He defeated James Quigg via unanimous decision at CES MMA 53.
At CES MMA 61, Moutinho defeated Asheik Ajim via TKO in the second round. The victory earned Moutinho the third knockout win of his professional career. He also picked up win number eight under the CES MMA banner in the process. Always down and ever the entertainer through the rough times, Moutinho knows when to bury opponents in an icy grave six feet under!