The city of Greenville, South Carolina hosts a Featherweight crossroads bout this Saturday night (June 22, 2019) when”The Korean Zombie,” Chan Sung Jung, faces Brazilian standout Renato Moicano in the primary event of UFC Fight Night 154 on ESPN+.
Veteran bruiser John Lineker measures up on short note to rematch Rob Font at the night’s bantamweight co-feature, while Bryan Barberena squares off with Randy Brown at a guaranteed Welterweight slobberknocker.
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Naught. Aljamain Sterling and Alexa Grasso wear terrific performances, and while Petr Yan had more trouble with Jimmie Rivera than expected, his two knockdowns carried him to a decision victory.
Kevin Aguilar (-150) vs. Dan Ige (+130)
Luis Pe??a (-380) vs. Matt Wiman (+315)
Jairzinho Rozenstruik (-220) vs. Allen Crowder (+180)
Ariana Lipski (-280) vs. Molly McCann (+240)
Deron Winn (-280) vs. Eric Spicely (+240)
Anderson Dos Santos (-125) vs. Andre Ewell (+105)
Thoughts: this week isn’t going to break the bank. Let us see what we could squeeze from Deron Winn and Kevin Aguilar.
I’ve been high on Aguilar for a while, and after watching him completely shut down Enrique Barzola’s wrestling match in March, I finally feel as though I can have faith in his takedown defense. Ige’s a dangerous grinder, but is much more grit than technique on the toes, leaving him in the mercy of Aguilar’s killer jab. I think”The Angel of Death” punches his ticket into a top 15 opponent on Saturday about the strength of his boxing.
Winn is still a work-in-progress, but he’s a stylistic nightmare for Spicely, who relies on his top control. “Zebrinha” is woefully outgunned from the wrestling from a former Olympic hopeful and Winn’s got the superior hand speed and power. Cormier’s prot??g?? comes out victorious in his Octagon introduction.
A bit on Andre Ewell can also work. He’s got a ridiculous reach benefit and Dos Santos hasn’t been hard to hit. Do not go too difficult, though; Ewell’s ground game is his Achilles’ heel and”Berinja” is much more than good enough to finish him whether it strikes the mat.
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