64-8-0 (22 KO)
Luis The Infamous  Tavares
Rank atual
#1 Light Heavyweight
192 CM / 6'3"
Netherlands Netherlands
Classe de peso
Light Heavyweight
95 KG / 209 LBS
Mídia social
The Infamous

Lutador Estatísticas

Glory Record 4-2-0 (0 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Tempo médio de luta 7:41 Fight Duration
Proporção knockdown 1:2 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 9.89 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 7.22 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Diferencial de golpeio 2.67 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Precisão de golpeio 52.23% Proportion of Strikes Landed

Lutador Meios de comunicação

Lutador Registro

Resultado Oponente Evento Método Olhar
Ganhar Donegi Abena Glory 77
Jan 30 2021
Decision - Unanimous
Ganhar Stephane Susperregui Glory 74: Collision 2
Dec 21 2019
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Ganhar Michael Duut Glory 69: Dusseldorf
Oct 12 2019
Decision - Unanimous Icon fighter video play
Perda Felipe Micheletti Glory 66: Paris
Jun 22 2019
Decision - Split
Ganhar Artur Gorlov Glory 62: Rotterdam
Dec 08 2018
Decision - Split Icon fighter video play
Perda Artem Vakhitov Glory 9: New York
Jun 22 2013
01:06 of Round 1
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Lutador Biografía

Twitter Luis The Infamous  Tavares

4-2-0 (0 KO) Netherlands

European IRO Champion

Luis Tavares was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands to parents who came from Cape Verde. 

Rotterdam is home to Feyenoord, one of Europe’s most successful football teams, and Tavares at one point looked likely to spend his athletic career wearing a Feyenoord jersey. 

He was a prodigious footballer as a youngster, playing for Excelsior and Sparta before being scouted for the Feyenoord youth team.

But Tavares’ older brother was a keen kickboxer and when he introduced Luis to the sport, football soon took a back seat. Luis grew up in what he calls “a tough neighborhood” and had some scrapes growing up, earning him the nickname “The Infamous”.

“This sport is a road to understanding the deepest layers of myself and it really motivates me every hour of the day to work my hardest and explore my true being,” he says.

“I have a lot of belief in myself and my abilities. My willingness to talk about this is take responsibility for my actions and words can sometimes be mistaken for arrogance. But I’m actually a humble person, I’m just confident in myself.”

Tavares’ decision to swap soccer for striking arts did raise a few eyebrows among his family members when he told them, but his career success has since more than justified the decision. 

He’s won significant titles in the Netherlands at light-heavyweight and heavyweight and his wins include a victory over the highly-ranked GLORY heavyweight Jahfarr Wilnis.

Tavares works hard at his craft and says that “because I take my sport so seriously, there isn’t a lot of spare time for me. But when there is, I like to spend it with my young son, because I am a family man. And of course I remain a big fan of Feyenoord.”