“My strategy is to walk forward all the time and pressure him. He is a guy who has my respect, he is tough and a great striker. However, his jiu-jitsu is not so sharp. I have to take advantage of that. This will be one of my biggest fights and the way to victory is to walk forward. I always try to take the fight to where I’m best at, which is jiu-jitsu. I’m training my striking really hard, too. I think it will be a great fight no matter where it goes.”
That’s what Charles Oliveira told Tatame that he plans on exploiting what he feels is Max Holloway’s weakness when they meet in the octagon.
This fight has fight of the night written all over it, who do you think walks away the victor?
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