Ultimate Fighter Vet Arrested For International Cocaine Trafficking

A Ultimate Fighter Brazil season 1 contestant was arrested and charged recently with international drug trafficking, after being caught with four pounds of cocaine in a Portugal airport.

Combate reports:

MMA fighter Alexandre “Sangue” Ramos was arrested last month in Portugal for international drug trafficking. The curitibano tried to enter the country carrying 2kg of cocaine, according to the Combate.com , according to sources close to the athlete. He can get four to ten years in prison.

Alexandre Sangue became known in Brazil when he participated in the “break-break” at the end of the match between Coritiba and Fluminense at Couto Pereira stadium in 2009 for the last round of the Brazilian Championship. At the time, the young man, then a 21-year-old member of the organized crowd of the Alviverde Empire, was disgusted with the lowering of the Thigh – the 1-1 draw had decreed the team’s descent – and broke into the field alongside dozens of supporters , Participating in the pitched battle.

The episode of vandalism at the time led Alexander Blood to be expelled from the University of Fight (UDL), academy led by Mauricio Shogun and Murilo Ninja, in the capital of Parana. The following year, he was reinstated to the team. In order to do this, he disassociated himself from the organized Coritiba fans and had to participate in the UDL social work.