Former UFC lightweight champ Charles Oliviera is not the kind who will go out of his way to start a feud with his fellow fighter. He maintains a stance that he is an athlete and the people he fights are not his enemies but rivals. Still, if you are in the field of martial arts, you can avoid conflict for so long. And something similar happened to our beloved ‘Do Bronx’. Recently, in a bitter situation, including Diaz, Charles Oliviera found himself in a tough spot.
Back in 2022, McGregor teamed up with Nate Diaz to talk smack against Charles Oliviera. When the water went above his head, the quiet Brazilian star responded with a tweet demanding to fight both men on the same night and promised to finish them off.
But in a recent interview, Oliviera came forward with a groundbreaking revelation that put the whole situation in clearer perspective. According to Oliviera, Nate Diaz believed that the former stole his limelight. According to Oliviera, “When I got to the mall, I saw this huge line [queue]. I had just become a champion. When I walked in, the line rushed towards me. They abandoned whoever that was and they all came over to me. Who was the guy signing the autographs? Nate Diaz! Things got super awkward. They thought I showed up to steal the spotlight!”
As soon as the Combatalk social media handle posted the video, it went viral.
The beef between the fighters has been going on for a while now. Even though they hardly faced each other in their fighting career, their feud is one of the most talked about and documented rivalries in UFC History. Therefore, it will be amazing to see the two fighters face each other in order to allay the doubt as to ‘who will win?’ But till then, what we have is the drama between the two.
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