UFC fighter Michel Pereira is rescuing dozens of dogs that were left behind during Brazil's massive floods

UFC fighter Michel Pereira is rescuing dozens of dogs that were left behind during Brazil’s massive floods


UFC middleweight fighter Michel Pereira has been captured on video rescuing dozens of dogs from forgotten areas as Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, suffers from catastrophic flooding.

More than 25 inches of rain have hit the Brazilian region in just a couple of weeks, which is reportedly more rainfall than London, England, sees on average in an entire year.

Lake Guaiba flooded the state capital of Porto Alegre and has caused water levels to rise to over 17 feet, with flooding expected to last for several more weeks, according to a report from Reuters.

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After a remarkable 54-second victory on May 4, 2024, in Rio de Janeiro, Pereira quickly got to work and started rescuing stranded and abandoned dogs from the flood zone. The 185-pound fighter has been

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