Landing at number ten, Lightweight Charles Oliveira is the latest active star to cross over into the promised land of the seven wins-in-a-row club.
Making his UFC debut way back in 2010, Oliveira was rated as the third best Brazilian prospect to keep your eye on by Sherdog that year and announced his arrival by tapping out Darren Elkins via armbar at UFC on Versus 2. This was a sign of things to come as Oliveira utilised his high level BJJ ability to submit many a foe during his first five years in the company.
Then things hit the rocks throughout 2016/17 as Oliveira fell to Anthony Pettis, Ricardo Lamas and Paul Felder, picking up just one win in four during that period.
Proving to be the turning point for the Brazilian, Oliveira took those losses on the chin and went on a winning run which began by making Clay Guida tap via guillotine at UFC 225.
Four more submission victories and two impressive KO finishes followed, with Oliveira now breaking into the Lightweight top ten rankings and looking like a serious obstacle for any other contender in that division.