This past weekend, at UFC Fight Night 36, Charles Oliveira submitted a very game Andy Ogle late in the third round in the opening bout of the main card. Oliveira attempted a multitude of submissions in the first and second rounds, but could not lock them in.
While many expected the result, Oliveira apparently accused Ogle of greasing as the reason why he could not lock up a submission earlier. As of now, there is no official word from when Oliveira made the accusation, but BloodyElbow reported Ogle’s retaliation on his Facebook:
So charles says he thought i was greased. Greased? Ya won the fight you f**king turd. Just coz you couldnt finish me in the first or second doesnt mean i waa greased. Serious lack of professionalism there.
If there are any further developments in the story, we will update you accordingly.
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