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TJ Dillashaw Breakdown:
With the weigh-ins finish, TJ looks sharp and has shown himself well prepared for the 125lb branch. On the feet he ought to have a significant edge over Cejudo. The length of TJ, together with his unorthodox style, will allow him to land severe volume contrary to the limited wrestler. Furthermore leg kicks are a mortal option against front hefty karate stance. Cejudo will be needing takedowns and significant top control if he is to win any rounds. Unfortunately for him, TJ has outstanding wrestling himself in addition to an arguably more dangerous grappling arsenal. His evasiveness should restrict Cejudo’s opportunities to take and on the ground he will be difficult to control for long periods. Overall the path to victory looks slim for Cejudo whilst TJ is an established finisher who conveys good aerobic and far superior volume to acquire over 5 rounds. The bet is TJ Dillashaw to function as dual champ!Rachael Ostovich Breakdown:
Both of these fighters have some defects to their match but stylistically this is a winnable fight for the underdog. On the toes Vanzant is unorthodox but likely quicker with more quantity. Ostovich has a simpler fashion but neither fighter is likely to land considerable harm . The strength and size of Ostovich will be a significant advantage on the ground where both girls have a tendency to bring the battle. Vanzant is stubborn but takes risky choices and leaves a great deal of openings for competitions. Ostovich can capitalise here and her superior control means she will spend much more time on shirt or in dominant positions. Anticipate a back and forth struggle where we get good value on the underdog chances.
Bet = Ostovich in 2.35 (+135) chances. Risk 3 Units to win 4.05 Units.
Ariane Lipski Breakdown:
Lipski that the”Violence Queen” is making her debut following an impressive run since the KSW champion. Matching up with Calderwood she has the benefit in many regions. The power and aggression of Lipski’s combos in the pocket will probably be overwhelming for Calderwood who lacks pace and head motion. This fight is probably to play out on the toes but even on the mat it’s Lipski with the far better skills. Calderwood is coming from a”lucky” entry win in a fight where she was having a great deal of trouble. Over her career she has been know to battle with adversity during fights and search for a way out. Lipski though looks to be very durable and struggles with heart. At 24 years old she will be revealing huge improvements between fights.
Bet = Lipski in 1.53 (-188) chances. Risk 5 Components to win 2.65 Units.
Alexander Hernandez Breakdown:
Cerrone is coming back down to 155lbs to get an unlikely matchup against an increasing prospect. Hernandez brings a design which is proven against Cowboy with his fast start and constant pressure. Whether this battle goes the distance it’ll be Hernandez pushing the pace, holding Cerrone from the fence and procuring takedowns to impress the judges. Cowboys best way to success is snatching a submission off his back but that is a little probability against a strong wrestler. The power, athleticism, youth and style of Hernandez is going to be a lot for the veteran to handle with only 3 rounds to operate with. Cerrone is typically a slow starter as well as the fall back to 155lb is not likely to help his durability issues.
Bet = Hernandez in 1.54 (-185) odds. Risk 4 Units to win 2.16 Units.
Dustin Ortiz Breakdown:
That is a rematch struggle in the first back in 2014, which Benavidez won via decision. Today it’s Ortiz who has shown the most improvements in his sport, now riding an impressive win series. Benavidez is still a top contender but does seem like he’s marginally diminishing in his recent appearances. As an underdog Ortiz has a few avenues to success. He’ll be at a disadvantage on the toes in terms of quantity, but packs considerable power. Benavidez was wobbled always in recent conflicts suggesting his strength is fading. Furthermore the 34 year old will slow down later in the struggle as Ortiz brings a constant grinding speed. This should be a close fight that looks to be lined overly wide.
Bet = Ortiz in 3.05 (+205) odds. Risk 2 Units to win 4.1 Units.
Karl Roberson Breakdown:
Roberson is going up as a late replacement to take on the tough veteran Glover. On the toes the disparity is wide. Roberson is lightning fast and has powerful counters. Glover has slowed considerably to his later years and together with his durability fading his lack of head motion is apparent. Cory Anderson (Roberson’s training partner) isn’t known for his striking yet found huge victory himself on the feet in his final fight against Glover. The clear dilemma for Roberson is that his grappling defence, but working with Anderson he should be improving here as a young prospect. Glover may get some takedowns but if he doesn’t get an early submission it will be challenging to keep up with the younger, quicker and more athletic Roberson. Additionally if he can’t get it into the mat his options look bleak. As an underdog, Roberson looks a good bet.
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