Andy Ogle: Charles Oliveira is a 'f---ing turd' with a 'serious lack of professionalism'

Jason Silva-USA TODAY Sports

Tell us how you really feel!

Andy Ogle has a "Little Axe" to grind with Charles Oliveira.

"Do Bronx" was able to upend the former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 15 contestant on the main card of last Saturday night's (Feb. 15, 2014) UFC Fight Night 36 event on FOX Sports 1 in Brazil, and was complaining that his opponent felt greasy during their initial grappling exchanges.

Something Ogle was not too pleased to hear (via Facebook):

"So Charles says he thought I was greased. Greased? Ya won the fight you fucking turd. Just coz you couldn't finish me in the first or second doesn't mean I was greased. Serious lack of professionalism there."


Oliveira improved to 17-4 with the third round submission win -- good enough to secure "Performance of the Night" -- and sent Ogle (9-4) to his second straight loss at 145 pounds. See the full fight video highlights of their featherweight scrap here.

Any fans out there who watched this contest have an opinion on the greasy allegations?

For more results, play-by-play and LIVE fight coverage of the UFC Fight Night 36: "Machida vs. Mousasi" event, including recaps, videos, reactions and more click here and here.

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