Joe Rogan remembers Charles Oliveira’s last loss


Joe Rogan recalled lightweight champion Charles Oliveira’s last UFC loss in the last episode of his podcast.

Oliveira has been on a ten-game winning streak since losing to Paul Felder via TKO at UFC 218 in December 2017. He beat Dustin Poirier in the main event of UFC 269 for his first title defense.

Speaking in episode 1751 of The Joe Rogan Experience, the famous commentator and comedian explained how Felder dominated “Do Bronx” and proved his status as an elite fighter.

“Don’t look at who he was five or six years ago. Look at who he is right now. I don’t think it was that long ago. He fought with Felder. And he had Felder. , I believe in a guillotine. Then Felder got out of there, ran over him and stopped him. But Felder is the fucking man. You know, people forget how good Paul Felder is. He can -being retired and maybe never won the title. But Felder is an absolute elite fighter. There is one thing when you get to the top of a division, any Saturday night [anything can happen]. He finally found himself at the top [of Oliveira] and Felder screwed it up, ”Rogan said.

Listen to Joe Rogan in conversation with his comedic colleague Brian Simpson below:

“The Irish Dragon” holds a 17-6 professional mixed martial arts career record. He announced his retirement from the sport while commenting on UFC Vegas 27 earlier this year.

Charles Oliveira holds multiple solo and tied UFC records

Charles Oliveira is one of the longest-serving fighters in UFC history. He holds several records in the biggest promotion of MMA in the world.

The 32-year-old Brazilian has the most finishes (18), most submission wins (15) and most “Night Performance” awards (12) in the UFC.

UFC Records Held By Charles Oliveira: Most Finishes- 18Most Submissions- 15Most Submissions In Lightweight Division- 9Most Submissions In Featherweight Division- 6Most Post-Fight Bonuses- 18Most Bonuses night performance – 12

Charles Oliveira is tied with Donald Cerrone for the most post-fight bonuses in UFC history. Meanwhile, he has the promotion’s fifth-highest win-per-win percentage with a 90% success (18 out of 20).

As of now, Oliveira’s next fight has yet to be booked. However, rumor has it that he will face former interim UFC champion Justin Gaethje in 2022.

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