Following a long line of UFC lightweights who are becoming CEOs of more than only the hurt business—Conor McGregor pouring bottle after bottle of Proper 12 Whiskey; Dustin Poirier spicing things up with his own brand of Louisiana style hot sauce; Justin Gaethje partnering with his head coach, Trevor Wittman, to establish a line of MMA-centric training gear called ONX—Charles Oliveira launched a new line of olives known as Chucky’s Olives.
The Brazilian on the bubble of title contention grows and manufactures the delicious olives in his hometown of São Paulo. Riding an eight-fight win-streak in a division filled with piranhas, Oliveira decided to invest his sixteen UFC Performance Bonuses and further challenge himself by becoming a leader in the olive industry. Since Chucky’s Olives entered the market at the beginning of January, cans can’t stay on the shelves of grocery stores.
Of course, the rich South American soil injects Chucky’s Olives with a taste that dances on the tip of the tongue; however, the most unique aspect of these olives is their shape; each is crafted to resemble an MMA glove.
Talk about a snack that’s a hit at parties!
To order a can of Chucky’s Olives, visit chuckyolives.com for more information.