Aline Pereira, Younger Sister of UFC’s Alex Pereira, Signs Deal With Legacy Fighting Alliance

GLORY Kickboxing standout Aline Pereira has signed with the Legacy Fighting Alliance and is scheduled to make her MMA debut on November 18th at LFA 147

Aline Pereira
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Aline Pereira, the sister of UFC middleweight title challenger Alex Pereira, has signed with Legacy Fighting Alliance. The promotion announced the signing on Twitter.

“LFA is excited to announce that we have signed top prospect #AlinePereira. She is a #GLORY kickboxing star and the younger sister of the #UFC’s next middleweight title challenger, former #GLORY champ-champ, and LFA great @AlexPereiraUFC.” 


Aline Pereira is slated to make her MMA debut at LFA 147 on November 18th against The Ultimate Fighter alumni Helen Peralta. The 32-year-old is the younger sister of former two-division GLORY Kickboxing champion Alex Pereira who will challenge UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya at UFC 281 on November 12th. 

Aline Pereira Will Face a Tough Test in Her MMA Debut

Aline Pereira (6-2-0) will face a tough test in her mixed martial arts debut when she steps into the cage with Helen Peralta. Most fans will recognize Peralta as a member of The Ultimate Fighter 30 cast that pit coaches Amanda Nunes and Julianna Pena against one another. 

With a record of 5-3 (7-3 with bare-knuckle fights included) in her career, Peralta is a tough-as-nails scrapper who has competed for Invicta FC and Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. Her biggest win came against Christine Ferea, the current BKFC women’s flyweight champion, at BFKC 7 in 2019. She also holds a victory over current UFC fighter Cheyanne Vilismas. 

You can watch Aline Pereira’s MMA debut at LFA 147 on UFC Fight Pass on November 18th. 

Published on November 3, 2022 at 6:01 pm
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