10 Bantamweight Prospects the UFC Should Sign in 2022


Vinicius “Lok Dog” de Oliveira

26 | 5’9″ | Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil | 17-2 | 14 Finishes | 12 KO/TKOs, 2 Submissions’ (RNC, Guillotine) | Combined Opponents’ Record: 77-52 | Best Win – Xavier Alaoui (12-3)

With an impressive MMA resume, Oliveira is also a black belt in Muay Thai and a purple belt in jiu-jitsu. Oliveira is the current UAE Warriors champion with one title defense under his belt. He’s on a six-fight win streak and with his exciting style he’s one of the most deserving prospects out there. If a UFC shot don’t come soon expect to see him go for the UAE featherweight title to become double champ.

Oliveira is an absolute wild man when he’s in the cage. He reminds you of a lesser version of fellow Brazilian and UFC fighter Michal Pereira. Oliveira is an all-action freestyle-type athlete who will always put on a show. Being the diverse athlete he is, the Brazilian loves to go for broke throwing a lot of switch kicks, wheel kicks, going off the cage, and flying knees. He really brings that Brazilian capoeira style.


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