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Charles Oliveira net worth 2023, age, biography, height and more



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Charles Oliveira net worth 2023, age, biography, height and more.

Charles Oliveira net worth 2023, age, biography, height and more.

Charles Oliveira is a professional MMA fighter and a Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner. He is a former UFC Lightweight Champion. He currently competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight division.

Biography & Profile Summary

Full Name:Charles Oliveira
Born Date:17 Oct 1989
Age:32 years
Lucky Number:9
Lucky Stone:Peridot
Lucky Color:Blue
Best Match for Marriage:Gemini
Profession:MMA Fighter,
Height:5 feet 10 inches (1.55m)
Marital Status:married
WifeTalita Oliveira
Net Worth$2.5 million
Eye Colordark brown
Hair Colordark brown
Birth PlaceGuaruja, Sao Paulo
MotherOzana Oliveira
SiblingsHermison Oliveira
KidsTayla Oliveira

Charles Oliveira Height And Weight

Charles is 5’10” tall and weighs around 70 kg. Furthermore, this fighter has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.

Charles Oliveira Career

Charles began training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu at a young age under Roger Coelho. In 2003, at the age of 12, he won his first major title as a white belt. In 2010, Ericson Cardoso and Jorge “Macaco” Patino awarded him his Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt. Later, in 2007, he began his amateur and then professional MMA career in his home country of Brazil, where he amassed a 12-0 record with six knockouts and five submissions. He makes his professional debut in March 2008 at the Predator FC 9 Welterweight Grand Prix event. Similarly, he submitted Jackson Pontes to advance to the tournament’s second round.

His second stage fight was against Viscardi Andrade, whom he TKO’d to advance to the tournament’s final round. He also won the tournament after TKOing Diego Braga in the first round. He also competed in another event, winning by KO and TKO over Daniel Fernandes and Eliene Silva, respectively. In February 2010, he competed twice in one night, defeating Rosenildo Rocha via submission in the first round and Diego Battaglia via KO in the second.

He was named the third-best Brazilian prospect to watch in 2010, and he signed with the UFC, where he made his debut against Darren Elkins, which he won in 41 seconds in the first round. He met Jim Miller at UFC 124 on December 11, 2010 and was immediately submitted via kneebar in the first round; this was the first loss of his career. On June 26, 2011, he faced Nik Lentz at UFC Live: Kongo vs Barry, and the fight ended in the second round after Charles hit Lentz with an illegal knee that went unnoticed by the referee, and the stunned Lentz was submitted via rear-naked choke.

On November 19, 2011, he was scheduled to face Joe Lauzon at UFC 138. Instead, on August 14, 2011, he fought Donald Cerrone in place of an injured Paul Taylor at UFC on Versus 5. At 3:01 of the first round, he was knocked out by TKO. On January 20, 2012, he was linked to a fight with Robert Peralta at UFC on FX: Guillard vs Miller, but on January 28, 2012, he faced promotional newcomer Eric Wisely in a featherweight bout at UFC on Fox: Evans vs Davis. He won the first round with a reverse calf slicer submission.

More on Career

He faced Frankie Edgar at UFC 162 on July 6, 2013, and lost by unanimous decision, but he defeated Andy Ogle at UFC Fight Night 36 on February 15, 2014. This fighter faced Hatsu Hioki at UFC Fight Night 43 on June 28, 2014. He won the fight by submitting Hatsu and becoming the first man to do so. He defeated Jeremy Stephens in the Ultimate Fighter 20 Finale on December 12, 2014, by unanimous decision. On May 30, 2015, he faced Nik Lentz in a rematch, which he won via guillotine choke submission in the third round at UFC Fight Night 67.

He defeated Max Holloway at UFC Fight Night 74 on August 23, 2015, but he defeated Myles Jury at UFC on Fox 17 on December 19, 2015. On August 27, 2016, he faced Anthony Pettis at UFC on Fox 21, and on November 5, 2016, he faced Ricardo Lamas at The Ultimate Fighter Latin America 3 Finale. Ricardo won the fight by submission in the second round. After defeating Will Brooks in a lightweight match at UFC 210 on April 8, 2017, he joined Chute Boxe Diego Lima in Sao Paulo in 2018.

He defeated returning veteran Christos Giagos by second-round submission on September 22, 2018, at UFC Fight Night 137. On December 15, 2018, at UFC on Fox 31, he defeated Jim Miller via rear-naked choke submission in the first round. Furthermore, the first fight of his new five-fight contract was a trilogy fight with Nik Lentz at UFC Fight Night 152 on May 18th, 2019. Charles won the fight by TKO in the second round.

On March 14, 2020, he faced Kevin Lee in the main event of UFC Fight Night 170 and won by submission with a guillotine choke in the third round. He will also face Beneil Dariush at UFC on ESPN: Holm vs Aldana on October 4, 2020. In contrast, Charles withdrew from the fight in early September for unknown reasons. He also defeated Tony Ferguson by unanimous decision in the co-main event of UFC 256 on December 12, 2020.

Following that, Charles faced former three-time Bellator Lightweight Champion Michael Chandler for the vacant UFC Lightweight Championship at UFC 262 on May 15, 2021, after former champion Khabib Nurmagomedov retired. With the knockout victory, he set a new record for the most finishes in UFC history.

On December 11th, 2021, he won his first title defense against Dustin Poirier at UFC 269 by submitting Poirier with a standing rear-naked choke in the first minute of the third round. At UFC 274, Charles will defend his title against Justin Gaethje, another former UFC Interim Lightweight champion. He won the fight via rear-naked choke submission in the first round and was named the UFC Lightweight Championship’s top contender.

Charles Oliveira record

Oliveira is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who competes in the Lightweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

He has a professional MMA record of 34-9-0 (1 NC). He has won 16 of his last 18 fights, including 14 by submission. Oliveira holds the UFC record for most submission wins (16) and most finishes (20).

He is also the former UFC Lightweight Champion.

Oliveira’s most recent fight was a victory over Justin Gaethje at UFC 274 on May 7, 2023. Oliveira won the fight via submission in the first round to become the UFC Lightweight Champion for the second time.

Here is a breakdown of Oliveira’s professional MMA record;

  • Wins: 34
  • Losses: 9
  • Draws: 0
  • No Contests: 1
  • Submissions: 16
  • KO/TKOs: 10
  • Decisions: 8

At UFC 262, he won the World MMA Awards for Comeback of the Year against Michael Chandler. Furthermore, Charles names the 2014 Submission of the Year vs Hatsu Hioki. And he was named Fighter of the Year in 2021. His net worth is currently estimated to be $2.5 million as of March 2023, and he earns approximately $4,177,300 per year.

Charles Oliveira Wife, Marriage

He married Talita Roberta Pereira in 2014. Tayla Oliveira is the name of the couple’s daughter. The family is content to live together. There is no evidence of their split, and this UFC fighter is not involved in any controversy or rumors.

  1. 1. Who is Charles Oliveira?Charles Oliveira is known as a Brazilian mixed martial artist. Charles Oliveira was born on 17 October 1989 and presently Charles Oliveira is 33 years old.
  2. 2. What is Charles Oliveira Net Worth?As of 2023, Charles Oliveira’s net worth is $7 Million dollars. Charles Oliveira is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who was born on 17 October 1989.
  3. 3. What is Charles Oliveira’s weight?Charles Oliveira the successful Brazilian mixed martial artist weighs 70 Kg (155 lbs).
  4. 4. How tall is Charles Oliveira?Charles Oliveira is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who stands 178 cm tall.
  5. 5. How old is Charles Oliveira?Charles Oliveira was born on 17 October 1989. Charles Oliveira is 33 years old.
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