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Kamaru Usman Breakdown:
Woodley seems to be gaining confidence in the public after dismantling Till but he is a champion with obvious holes waiting to be vulnerable. There is not any denying he is a wise fighter who has so far been able to make opponents fight into his game-plan. The low output of Woodley is a result of his explosive style and recognized cardiovascular problems in high intensity fights. When he lands his big shot opponents autumn, but when it does not go his way he may be left looking quite human. Usman is comparable in some ways but offers a very different approach. Both of these men have strong wrestling and it’s likely to cancel out here, unless Woodley gasses in the later rounds.
Usman approaches fights with a high volume, continuously moving ahead and keeping competitions fighting. This may create opportunities for Woodley but also means a fight going beyond rounds 2-3 will greatly swing at the favour of Usman and his persistent cardio. The value on Usman at pet odds indicates a wager in a struggle that is very likely to be a very close affair. Look for Usman to press ahead early and both men to struggle up against the fence. Usman is yet to exhibit any durability problems which will be crucial here as he will surely be absorbing some damage early. Since Woodley slows it’ll probably be Usman yanking on the scorecards and taking over.Robbie Lawler Breakdown:
Askren is coming into the UFC with massive hype that is being reflected from the betting line. While he does have some big name wins, these were all over 5 years back. Since then Askren has fought rather typical opponents with no answer to his takedown game. He looked to semi-retire but is coming back for a UFC run so there is surely a question mark there. Lawler has been out with injury giving him time to recover from several recent wars. On the scale he looked in very good shape which is promising in the tail end of a profession. This battle will return to Lawler’s capacity to prevent takedowns and keep the fight standing. Askren is a complete specialist on the ground but almost laughably awful standing. Historically Lawler has demonstrated a great sprawl game and on the toes is obviously much more dangerous. Askren is a deserved favourite but this fight could easily turn for Lawler is that the takedowns don’t come readily. At this big underdog odds it is worth a wager on the former UFC champion.
Bet = Lawler at 3.30 (+230) odds. Risk 3 Units to acquire 6.90 Units.
Pedro Munhoz Breakdown:
Munhoz has been advancing at a quick pace and can no longer be considered just a BJJ specialist. On the toes he brings pressure and volume and his opponents always have to be weary to prevent his grappling attempts. Gabrandt is coming from two significant loses and as a confidence fighter, he has to be at an all-time low. Since his back surgery he hasn’t looked the same and his struggle IQ is questionable at best. He brings significant power on the feet and good takedown defense that is what will make this battle interesting. The durability of Munhoz though ought to help even his chances standing compared to Gabrandt who’s coming off two premature TKO’s. Expect a top paced battle here with Munhoz outworking Gabrandt and capitalising on errors. This is the ideal place to wager against a well known former winner with a hungry fighter rather unknown to the general public.
Bet = Munhoz at 2.45 (+145) chances. Risk 3 Units to acquire 4.35 Units.
Misha Cirkunov Breakdown:
Walker comes in as another hyped up competitor following flashy wins over two low ranked fighters. He clearly is dangerous on the toes but his unorthodox aggression and striking will find him in trouble against better opposition. On the regional landscape Walker his not shown the ideal chin and while his floor game appears adequate, it is not on the level of Cirkunov’s. Walker remains clearly raw and improving but using such a quick turnaround from his final fight can’t have had much chance to prepare for the completely different fashion which Cirkunov brings. A BJJ specialist and Judo blackbelt, the game-plan will probably be obvious with Cirkunov looking to obtain top ranking and submit Walker. On the feet Cirkunov has shown recent developments and if he can steer clear of the energy, he can be harmful himself. He has looked chinny in the past which combined with Walkers electricity is the biggest risk. This is supposed to be a brief fight where the first person to gain an edge is very likely to press a finish. We enjoy the more solid fighter in Cirkunov within the unproven prospect, particularly at underdog odds.
Bet = Cirkunov in 2.42 (+142) odds. Risk 3 Units to acquire 4.26 Units.
Diego Sanchez Breakdown:
Sanchez is a fan favorite but clearly nearing the finish of his career. Luckily his grappling and tenacity stays, shown in his wins BJJ specialists White and Held. A black-belt himself, Sanchez has never been submitted more than a 40 fight profession in mma. This looks to be still another spot for Sanchez to press his advantage above a climbing prospect who is based on grappling. Gall is a submission pro but still quite young and unproven. He looks content to fight off his back and brings a typical striking game. Sanchez has some fairly obvious durability issues but when this is mainly contested over the ground he’s the scrappier fighter that will be trying to find position and always pressing the action. Gall can surely catch Sanchez with a wild punch, but when he can avoid the KO we favour Sanchez to grind out a traditional wrestling operation.
Bet = Sanchez at 3.05 (+205) odds. Risk 3 Units to win 6.15 Units.
Hannah Cifers Breakdown:
This reduced degree womans fight appears to be lined too wide for the skills introduced. Viana has the physical benefits and superior grappling but has shown herself to be fairly one dimensional and brings a questionable gas tank. Cifers is a tough and rocky brawler who are going to want to keep this one standing. She will need to avoid the first swarm of Viana but if she can this fight can certainly turn in her favour. Considering that the chances on offer the underdog seems to get the worth over an unreliable favorite.
Bet = Cifers in 3.30 (+230) odds. Risk 2 Units to win 4.60 Units.
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