Beneil Dariush predicts Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan

Beneil Dariush shares his thoughts on Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan.

by Aryan Lakhani
Beneil Dariush predicts Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan
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The historic UFC 300 card is getting filled with thrilling match ups every now and then; Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan is one of the those fights that has hooked everyone’s attention. It is a must-win for both the fighters as the winner will most likely face the current UFC lightweight champion Islam Makhachev.

Both Oliveira and Tsarukyan came out of a 1st round knockout win against Beneil Dariush. Because of the successive defeats, Beneil Dariush will have to build up strong winning momentum before making his way to the top again.

Beneil Dariush recently took the time to share his prediction for Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan. Based on his analysis, he shared a neutral response.

Beneil Dariush on Charles Oliveira vs Arman Tsarukyan

In a recent interview with The Schmo, Beneil Dariush shared his prediction for the upcoming lightweight clash between Charles Oliveira and Arman Tsarukyan.

“Man, that’s a really good fight,” Dariush said, as quoted by “I think Arman has a strength and speed advantage, but experience is with Charles. So, it’s just how far in the fight goes and how the fight goes.

There’s a lot of components to it. But, yeah, it’s going to be a good fight. It’s hard to say, I think early I would go with Arman, but if we go deeper into the fight, I would go with Charles. He seems to come alive as the fight goes.

He’s got a lot of tricks, and he’s a great fighter, too. Great fighters seem to find holes as a fight gets longer, and I think he could pull that off. But at the same time, Arman could finish it early on, or he could ride him out because he’s got all the skills”.

The UFC 300 event is scheduled to take place on 13th April; two recent fights were added to the card:

  • · Jim Miller vs Bobby Green
  • · Justin Gaethje vs Bobby Green

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