The 28-year-old talent, who faces “The Spartan” on Sept. 22 in Brazil, recently posted footage of his sparring sessions at the Chute Boxe Diego Lima gym in Sao Paulo. In the short clip, “do Bronx” spars two opponents at the same time.
”We’re always putting ourselves in bad situations so we can put on great fights,” Oliveira told MMA Fighting. “If I can do well with someone in my back or brawling two guys at the same time, imagine when it’s only one.”
In a separate video, Oliveira works on his ground and pound while another fighter tries to take his back. The 32-fight veteran, who submitted Clay Guida in his last fight in June, says the UFC could put him against two opponents at the same time inside the Octagon, so only facing Giagos in Sao Paulo should be easier.
”This is Chute Boxe-style. This is Chute Boxe,” said Oliveira, who agreed to the fight on less than four weeks’ notice. “Chute Boxe is the biggest team in the world and I fear f***ing nothing. I walk straight forward. If they put someone in there against me, brother, it’s going to be a war and I’m going for the win.”