Round 1 – Ogle quickly forward. The taller Oliveira grabs a clinch, but Ogle pulls away. Oliveira presses forward for a takedown, and he’s immediately on top. Oliveira moves to mount. Ogle turns, giving up his back. Ogle stands, and Oliveira locks in a figure-four around his body. Ogle remains on his feet, supporting the full weight of both fighters. Oliveira uses elbows from behind to open up space. The fighters fall back as Oliveira still hunts for the choke. Ogle refusing to go away, but he’s also in a bad spot and has been just about the whole time. Two minutes remain. Oliveira adjusts his legs as Ogle rolls. Ogle continues to defends the choke. Oliveira is stuck on his back. Ogle continues to turn and look for a way out of this trouble. Oliveira won’t get the choke, but he gets the opening round on the MMAjunkie card, 10-9.
Round 2 – Ogle defends an early takedown. Oliveira relentless though and immediately scores with a second effort. Ogle alertly spins in a transition and moves to top position. Oliveira eventually stands, and Ogle backs away. Oliveira again to the takedown, and this time he gets it in the center of the cage. Ogle scrambles to his feet. On the restart, Oliveira again wants the takedown. Great scrambling from Ogle, but Oliveira turns to attack the neck. Ogle survives it and briefly turns for his own choke before the push up to the feet. They stall against the fence before Ogle picks Oliveira up and slams him to the floor. Oliveira again tries to grab the neck, but there’s no pressure on it. Oliveira pushes his legs high and looks for potential submissions, but Ogle postures and keeps himself safe. Oliveira crawls to his feet and lands a solid knee before getting to the back in the final seconds. MMAjunkie leans toward Oliveira, 10-9, though Ogle made it close with his control time.
Round 3 – Oliveira just misses a big front kick. He follows with a left that sends Ogle to the floor. Oliveira follows, but a gritty Ogle escapes and gets back to his feet. Oliveira wants a guillotine. It’s not there, and Ogle pops free as Oliveira falls to his back. They eventually move back to the feet. Ogle wants to scrap, but Oliveira using his long limbs to keep him away. They hit the ground again in a scramble, and Ogle is again on top. Halfway through the final round. Oliveira gets his legs high, and the triangle choke is in. Ogle is stuck, and there’s a quick tap.
Result: Charles Oliveira def. Andy Ogle via submission (triangle choke) – Round 3, 2:40