Russian Businessman Spends $95K At Neymar Auction For A Charles Oliveira Experience

A fan will get to be part of "Do Bronx's" next fight.

Fan Pays 95k
Fan Pays 95k - Image credit @charlesdobronxs Instagram
  • A businessman won the bidding for a special Charles Oliveira experience at Neymar’s annual auction in Brazil
  • “do Bronx” shared the news on social media

A huge MMA fan and businessman paid a staggering $95,000 for a special Charles Oliveira experience at the annual Neymar auction in Brazil.

Money isn’t a thing for a huge Oliveira fan

Out of all the bidders, Russian businessman Roman Shpigel was the luckiest at the recent annual Instituto Projeto Neymar auction in Sao Paulo, Brazil. That night, Shpigel spent $95,000 or 500,000 in Brazilian Real to watch “Do Bronx” train at Chute Boxe Diego Lima and also travel to where Oliveira will have his next UFC fight.

On top of that, Shpigel will be there to watch the Brazilian cut weight and join Oliveira’s team for the post-weigh-ins day. The deal also included two tickets for the entire event.

Charles is overwhelmed with joy

As expected, Oliveira is grateful for the opportunity to be part of Neymar’s annual auction. He also acknowledged Shpigel in a heartfelt post about the spectacle.

“Yesterday was a very special day. I was invited to participate in the 4th charity auction of the Neymar Jr. Institute, where an experience with me was auctioned off in the amount of $500,000. So firstly, thank you God for everything he has done in my life, to all of you my people. fans and my team we are more than together 👊🏼🙏,” the former lightweight champ wrote on Instagram.

As it stands, Oliveira has yet to be booked for his next fight. He is coming off a split decision loss to Arman Tsarukyan at UFC 300.

Published on June 5, 2024 at 12:38 pm
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