Oskar Piechota Bounce Back Against Rodolfo Viera UFC ESPN + 14

Oskar Piechota, Cage Warriors Middleweight Champion now with a record of 2-1 with the UFC lost to Gerald Meerschaert at the Ultimate Fighter 27 Finale in his latest fight. Piechota look to bounce back against BJJ Black Belt Rodolfo Viera in his UFC Debut.

Rodolfo Vieira, 29, is a four-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu world champion and a six-time World Cup Champion. The Brazilian won Gold at ADCC in São Paulo back in 2015 in the 99KG category. Vieira also won gold in Abu Dhabi for four consecutive years from 2011-2014. Nicknamed “The Black Belt Hunter,” Vieira is also a successful Mixed Martial Artist. Vieira made his professional debut back in 2017, where he won by first-round Rear-Naked Choke submission. Currently, Vieira is 5-0 in MMA with a perfect finish rate. This includes three wins inside of ACA/ACB. He most recently finished 10-0 Russian Vitaliy Nemchinov by Rear-Naked Choke last weekend at ACA 96 in Łódź, Poland.


Oskar Piechota has a tough fighter on his hands in Rodolfo Viera, Best grappler Oskar has faced but beat Vinny Magalhaes one of the best BJJ Grapplers in the world and grappled with Keenan Cornelius.

Some of Piechota’s main achievements are:
Second place in the World Championship No-Gi Grappling, Toronto, category -84 kg
I place World Championship Gi Grappling, Toronto, -84 kg category
Second place in the European Championship ADCC Submission Fighting, Krakow, cat -87.9 kg
I place European Championship No-Gi Grappling, Budapest, category -84 kg
I place in the Polish Cup Grappling, Szczecin, -84 kg category


Rodolfo Viera definitely the best Grappler, Piechota will ever face but Piechota won’t struggle as much because Piechota is now a BLACK BELT, Given by Robert Drysdale.

Piechota, 29 years old at the prime of his career looking to END 2019 on a good note with a win over Rodolfo Viera and a top 20-30 Middleweight. Looking forward Piechota fight against Rodolfo Viera and his future in the UFC.

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