MMA veteran Fabricio Camoes is seeking work, making his pitch to both the World Series of Fighting and Bellator MMA after confirming his release by the UFC.
— Fabricio Camões (@fabriciocamoes) January 7, 2015
The 36-year-old Brazilian lost his last three with the promotion, including a pair of submission defeats to Tony Martin and Jim Miller. Overall, Camoes is 14-9-1 in his career, including a 1-4-1 mark inside the Octagon over two stints.
In Camoes’ second pro fight in 1997, he lost via TKO to Anderson Silva. He won seven consecutive fights between 2006-2009.