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Oliveira captured the UFC lightweight title earlier this year with a stunning second-round knockout over Michael Chandler, boosting his winning streak to nine and extending his record for most stoppage wins in UFC history.

As he prepared to defend his throne for the first time against Dustin Poirier at Saturday’s UFC 269 in Las Vegas, his longtime coach Diego Lima discussed Oliveira’s options for the future.

“Honestly? It would definitely be viable to see him in both weight classes, below and above,” Lima said on this week’s episode of MMA Fighting’s Portuguese-language podcast Trocação Franca.

Charleswalks around 176, 180 pounds when he’s off camp now. When he gets his diet going, he makes weight with no problem.

“You can see his last 10 fights, he basically didn’t even use the extra pound. And not because he didn’t want to, but he just went there and made weight. He made weight the night before [the weigh-ins] for all his fights. There was one fight, the [David] Teymur one if I’m not mistaken, that he made weight two days before.”

The Brazilian talent nonetheless continued to ask for another chance at 145 pounds in his first years back at lightweight, but eventually found his way towards the 155-pound championship. His head coach at Chute Boxe now sees room for more in the future, adding 15 extra pounds or once again going through the process to cut down to featherweight.

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“With a work well done and [enough] time, he makes 145 pounds well and strong and recovers [well],” Lima said. “He makes 155 with no effort, thank God, and that’s why he’s getting stronger after each fight. And 170, he’d also fight really strong.

“Charles is someone that, in my opinion, with [enough] time … we’re not saying, ‘Let’s do this, let’s catch two, three [belts]. No, 155 is our focus, it’s Poirier, it’s the [title] defense. That’s out focus. But Charles absolutely has what it takes to fight at 145 and 170, no doubt about it.”

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