Stats & Records
Wins by Knockout
Wins by Submission
- Sig. Strikes Landed
- Sig. Strikes Attempted
- Takedowns Landed
- Takedowns Attempted
- Sig. Str. Defense is the percentage of significant strikes attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Takedown defense is the percentage of takedowns attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Knockdown Avg. is the average number of knockdowns per 15 Minutes window.
Sig. Str. By Position
Sig. Str. by target
Win by Method
- Team Werdum on TUF LATAM
- Pro since 2007
- 4-5 in last nine fights
- Four wins by KO, four by submission (4 RNC)
- Has finished all but two of his wins, with all finishes coming in the first round
- Was on four fight pre-TUF winning streak
- Owns 11-second KO win over WEC vet Rafael Dias in 2012
UFC Fight Night (3/11/23) Cannetti was submitted by Mario Bautista via rear naked choke at 3:18 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (10/1/22) Cannetti submitted Randy Costa via rear naked choke at 1:04 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (3/12/22) Cannetti stopped Kris Moutinho via strikes at 2:06 of the first round
UFC on ESPN (8/28/21) Cannetti lost a three round split decision to Mana Martinez
UFC 248 (3/7/20) Cannetti was knocked out by Danaa Batgerel at 3:01 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (11/17/18) Cannetti was submitted by Marlon Vera via rear naked choke at 1:31 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (5/19/18) Cannetti won a three round unanimous decision over Diego Rivas
UFC Fight Night (1/14/18) Cannetti was submitted by Kyung Ho Kang via triangle choke at 4:53 of the first round
UFC 190 (8/1/15) Cannetti won a three round unanimous decision over Hugo Viana
UFC 180 (11/15/14) Cannetti was submitted by Henry Briones via rear naked choke at 1:44 of the second round
The Ultimate Fighter LATAM
Cannetti was brought back to the competition to replace Marlon Vera, and on episode 10 (semifinals), he was stopped by Alejandro Perez via strikes at 1:40 of the first round.
On episode seven (quarterfinals), Cannetti lost a two round split decision to Marco Beltran
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training long ago, around 2000, and I noticed I was good in kickboxing competitions. Then I started looking for something tougher, and MMA was calling and I knew it was my kind of sport.
What ranks and titles have you held? I don’t hold any titles or official ranks because in Argentina there are no big leagues or a big franchise.
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means achieving an impossible dream. When I started out, my friends told me it
was going to be impossible to get to fight in the UFC, yet with a lot of sacrifice, here I am.
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Yes, I am a physical education professor.
What was your job before you started fighting? I was a personal trainer and worked at gyms
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? When I was an amateur, I took part in a competition named “Super 8.” At first I wasn’t accepted because they only needed 8 fighters to dispute a title, but when one of them got injured I jumped in and I ended up defeating all of the Super 8 contestants.
Specific accomplishments in pro competition? I fought in Brazil against Rafael Dias, and I knocked him out in 11 seconds.
Favorite grappling technique: Lateral control
Favorite Striking technique: Kicks