Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong
Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira offers advice for life inside and outside the ring during Covid-19

  • The 30-year-old Brazilian says adaptability is key in turning a negative like the global pandemic into a positive opportunity
  • Former world champion Oliveira, who has 107 professional fights under his belt, says now is the time to sharpen your skills and improve your weaknesses

Topic |   Martial arts
Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong
Muay Thai coach Jeferson Oliveira with his three belts: Xtreme Muay Thai world champion (2014), IPCC Intercontinental champion (2018) and Thapae Boxing Stadium (2019). Photo: Jonathan Wong
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