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2019年7月3日

A pair of high profile bouts from the UFC lightweight and heavyweight divisions are added to forthcoming fight cards, and I will give my first thoughts on these brand new matchups in today’s MMA odds and ends. Justin Gaethje vs. Edson Barboza, UFC Fight Night 148 An intriguing lightweight connection between strikers Justin Gaethje and Edson Barboza is being targeted for UFC Fight Night 148, which takes place March 23 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Farah Hannoun broke the information, although ESPN’s Brett Okamoto reported that the struggle may take place at UFC Fight Night 149 another week at Philadelphia. Either way, it appears like this fight is going to take place, which is fantastic news for MMA fans because it pits two of the most dangerous and exciting strikers in the lightweight division against each other. Gaethje (19-2) is 2-2 so much in the UFC but has become a household name to MMA fans as a result of his ability to put on an amazing show. He’s already racked up five bonus awards, including three”Fight of the Night” awards and two”Performance of the Night” awards, such as a bonus for his KO over James Vick past August. He’s been prone to being knocked out at the UFC as he dropped to Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez, however because he demonstrated against Vick and Michael Johnson, he has unbelievable knockout power himself. Barboza (20-6) is 14-6 overall in the UFC and in his last fight he place on the 2018″Beatdown of the Year” for his barbarous TKO win over Dan Hooker. Barboza is known for his deadly leg kicks and incredible knockout power, but such as Gaethje he’s been prone to this knockout too. This looks to be an wonderful fight on newspaper, and the fact it is set for five rounds is just tremendous. Both guys are terrific fighters and I’m anticipating a close gaming lineup. Now, it looks like near a Select ‘em fight, but thinking about how great Barboza appeared in his last fight he may find more support from bettors due to recency bias. Curtis Blaydes vs. Justin Willis, UFC Fight Night 148 A heavyweight matchup between Curtis Blaydes and Justin Willis is also set for UFC Fight Night 148. FloCombat’s Nolan King broke the news. Blaydes (10-2, 1 NC) is 5-2, 1 NC in the UFC and in his last fight suffered a brutal knockout loss to Francis Ngannou. He had won four consecutive fights before that, though, like a TKO over Alistair Overeem, and may easily get back to the heavyweight title talks with another couple of wins. Willis (8-1) is 4-0 in the UFC and in his last fight picked up the biggest win of his career to date over Mark Hunt. The problem with Willis is that he has not shown off considerably completing ability in the UFC, and his wrestling is likely to be negated in this matchup against Blaydes. It’s heavyweight so you can not ever count anyone out, but on paper this seems like Blaydes’ struggle to win and I expect him to be a strong favorite as soon as the odds come out. Disclaimer: This page contains affiliate links and MMA Odds Breaker is going to be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on the hyperlinks. Read more: nroda.org