MadLab’s UFC STOCKHOLM Breakdown and Predictions!!!
This is not a card we need to spend oodles of time on. At the end of the day, it is a card that was thrown together with a good main event, not a great one, but a good one. Outside of that, there is a lot of fights that were really just thrown together to fill in some gaps. Not a terrible card, but with the following card being an absolute titan, this one is merely an appetizer to wet the pallet before the storm.
Alexander Gustafsson $9300 vs. Anthony Smith $6900
This is a fight that really as intriguing as it is, it really probably shouldn’t be. Anthony Smith has been around for quite some time. This is a guy that has without a doubt paid his dues and with over 40 fights at the young age of 30 really understands what’s going on in that cage. With all that said it is odd to me that people aren’t saying “why”? Why now, after 45 fights, is this man taking a surge in the sport? Did he really transcend into this overnight contender with all of his experience or will he be here today and gone tomorrow? It’s a very valid question to ask. If you look at his record in its entirety, you will see majority of his fights have been against less than stellar competition. He worked his way up and beat who they put in front of him as of late, but really how good were they even? A washed-up Rashad Evans, a washed-up Rua, a very unproven Volkan and a few others that are serviceable, but no one that would blow your hat off. Is he good? Yes. Powerful and talented? Yes. However, people fail to realize just how good Gus really is. He has fallen on some hard times as of late with layoffs and even a not very good showing against Jon Jones and a very unbalanced win-loss ratio in his last hand full of outings, but look at who he lost to and look at the outcomes of some of those losses. He lost a fight to Jon Jones the 1st time that the world, including myself, thought that he won. He lost a split decision to Daniel Cormier, and he was KO’d by Rumble. These are all losses that were very respectable losses and could have gone either way against 2 of the most dominating figures in the sport. That says something about how tough he really is. This is a step down for him and much more of a major step up for Smith. Now don’t get it twisted. Smith is a rabid dog right now and he is thirsting to get that lose out of the way against Jones, so you never really know what corner he can turn having a been so close to UFC gold and watching it slip away round by round. With that said, at the end of the day you still need the talent to really back it up and even tho he is a very talented and smart fighter. He isn’t as polished and crisp as a Gus. His gas tank isn’t what Gustafsson’s gas tank is, and I am not sure his chin and durability are either. I can see Smith having his spots in close and if he catches Gus clean then I can totally see him ending the night early, but Gus plays the range game so very well and it isn’t going to be easy to get the fight that Smith needs to win. He likes to be in close and get dirty where he can implore his knees and elbows in the clinch because even tho he is very powerful in space he is best suited when he can get dirty and play in a phone booth. I just don’t see Gus allowing him to dictate terms here and Gus being the bigger fighter, more talented fighter, and the overall tougher fighter should be able to let Smith start slowing down where he will be able to take this fight over and pick and choose his spots. This fight does not go without any consequences for Gus. If he wins this fight then he did really what he should do and if he loses then there needs to be serious consideration on what is next for him and what road he should really choose next for himself. The pressure is much more on Gus than it is Smith here and even tho Gus is the better fighter, it doesn’t mean that Smith isn’t dangerous enough and powerful enough to catch Gus sleeping. We can play the variable and narrative game all day here but when all is said and done the better fighter here is Gus and I think being in his home element this is a fight that he gets back in the win column in an impressive way. Betting against him here just is not something that I am willing to do. Smith is dangerous for anyone but he also has a window that he needs to do it. I can’t rest my hat on that.
The Pick: Gus
Volkan Oezdemir $8400 vs. Ilir Latifi $7800 (Canceled)
Both of these guys are really tricky to put a bead on. On one end, you have Volkan, who took the UFC by storm knocking guys out with phantom punches that seemed like he has cement in his gloves. I knew there would come a time where he would come back down to earth but he started to make me wonder if his timing and precision was really that devastating. You guys need to understand that it isn’t all about how powerful and strong you are when it comes to punching. There is a technical aspect to striking that plays a far bigger role. Delivery, catching the impact at the right point, and obviously placement. He seemed to have all that in the first 3 fights under the UFC umbrella. Some fighters see things in a slower motion than others. I truly believe that. They understand body reads better and they just see things quicker the other fighters. I was starting to become curious if Volkan was one of those fighters. With that said my initial read on him was correct and he has dropped 3 straight since. There are clear holes in his game and they aren’t that hard to find. One is his ability to make a positive out of a negative when he is grounded. For all the very good things he can do on his feet, the ground game and the ability to find shelter or regain control has been a clear issue against grinding style fighters. Take away his space, and put him on his back and his offense is cut almost completely. On paper, this fight is a horrible matchup for him. Latifi is everything that Volkan should have trouble with, but Latifi is and can be one of those fighters that really can be baited into a fight outside of his wheelhouse and his cardio is also something of a concern due to the size of him. More muscles mean more oxygen needed to really fuel his gas tank to go deep into a fight. The ADCC European gold medalist in submission wrestling clearly should know that his oath should be his roots of wrestling but trusting that he does that is a hard sell sometimes. He has proven to be able to finish you in numerous ways with 10 finishes in 14 wins (5 subs and 5 by way of KO). But his bread and butter is taking his powerful low frame and grounding you where he can really start to work. In his 5 losses, he has been KO’d 3 times and the other 3 were by way of decision. So the possibility of Volkan finding his mark at some point standing is very very real if Latifi is foolish enough to play that game with him. With that said, I really can’t imagine that he isn’t going to go right for his hips and try to make this a wrestling match where he will have full control at that point. If Latifi really understood that it’s should be his power wrestling and nothing but then this would be an easier pick to make but understanding that he can and has been baited away from that in the past is a clear cause for concern here. In closing, I will say even tho we really don’t know what Latifi will decide to engage upon, the clear path for him is there, and between the two of them, his path is much more clear and present if he wants it. For that reason alone I need to pick him here. I think he stays low, gets in on Volkan’s hips and spends time in top control pocketing important minutes that can ultimately hand him over some rounds.
The Pick: Latifi
Aleksandar Rakic $8900 vs. Jimi Manuwa $7300
Manuwa is that guy that has always been a cusp fighter. He walked the fine line of being average and pretty damn good, but he was never able to really pick or stay on a side of either. Some fights he looked very good and some he just looked very bad. When Manuwa first came into the UFC he really strung some good wins together but sometimes that can be smoke and mirrors. As of late, Manuwa has dropped 3 straight and the trajectory of his career has taken a bit of a dip. Being KOd 2 of his last 3, he seems to be on a little bit of a decline in all aspects of the game. The Volkan fight is one that really raises an eyebrow after he was KOd the way he was. It’s not to say that Manuwa is not still one tough customer because he absolutely is. Solid frame, very good striking, powerful hands, and much experience. The issue is, after a while, you start to lose that sharpness, and the durability that once was begins to rust away a bit. We could be seeing a little of that now with Manuwa. It’s either that or some strokes of bad luck as of late. With that said he is taking on a guy, that much like him when he was coming up, is causing some waves on his rise. 3-0 in the UFC, Rakic is really making himself known as a dangerous name in the division. Extremely high pedigree striking. Solid frame for the division, very good power, and his takedown defense in his last fight which was a question mark coming in seemed to stand tall. There are still question marks that swirl around any new fighter creating such waves, but those question marks are ones that Manuwa really doesn’t possess. If there is one thing that is a question mark for Rakic it is without a doubt his ground game. What will happen if he is out on his back for long periods of time? This is a fight where I don’t think we need to worry about that. Manuwa is a very willing striker and he is not going to care to go ground at all. As good as a striker that Manuwa is, I feel as if this is a very dangerous game to play with Rakic. He is fresher, sharper, and extremely well polished on the feet. This is not a debuting striker that has no pedigree behind him. I can see him really using his range and his leg kicks to keep Manuwa honest. This is without a doubt his toughest test to date but it’s one I think he is in line to win due to the stylistic matchup that Manuwa presents.
The Pick: Rakic
Chris Fishgold $8300 vs. Makwan Amirkhani $7900
At one time, about a year ago, I would think this fight would surely take place on the ground. Both men are extremely good grapplers, and their record shows clear indication that they can both finish it if given the opportunity. In 18 wins, Fishgold has 13 submissions and in 14 wins, Amirkhani has 9. So it’s quite obvious how effective both of their ground games actually are. However, there is a little wrench in this one. Amirkhani has not fought in a while and he claimed to have really put down the grappling to catch up his striking. Apparently, his game looks very new and he seems to be extremely caught up and well rounded per camp sources. This can be the equalizer here. We know both men have the grappling. We know both men are more than capable of handling each other in that aspect, but this new found striking can be the X-Factor here. There is something about both fighters that I do like but there is something about Amirkhani that I like a little more. He seems to be a very fly under the radar type of fighter. A lot of talent and a swag to go with it. Fishgold isn’t too far behind for me but there is something about a fighter that understands his holes. For him wanting to put down grappling for the better part of a year to pick up his striking really says something about his character. I usually don’t like picking SBG guys. I don’t like the camp and I think they are extremely one dimensional, but there are exceptions where someone does have talent going in. Something about this kid that I like but he will have a MAJOR test in front of him with Fishgold. I’ll give him a cautious nod here with the hopes he throws a new tool of striking into his game and tries to showcase that in a spot against a fighter that would feel much more comfortable on the ground. See what this kid learned on his feet in the past year.
The Pick: Amirkhani
Damir Hadzovic $9100 vs. Christos Giagos $7100
Giagos reminds me of a much more upgraded Phil Baron for some odd reason. I like this kid and he has shown clear ability to win fights and be tough. Good striker with a very throw caution to the wind type style to his game which is always fan friendly. The few things I did see in his game that was a bit alarming was his grappling ability isn’t exactly great and his gas tank seemed to tucker out late on a few of his fights where he was fighting on his back foot a bit which would obviously expose him for hip entries against better wrestler/grapplers and as a striker it’s common sense that you lose steam on your punches when your tired and throwing off the back foot, but nothing crazy alarming. However, he is fighting a guy who adores the striking game and I would say is the better more polished striker as well. Damir is doing ok for himself in his stay here under the umbrella. With a 3-2 record, Damir is coming off a 2 fight win streak in which he really is showing more wrinkles to his game and an overall toughness showing that he loves and has no problem with banging with you in the pocket or in space. I wouldn’t say he has big names on his UFC resume, but he has serviceable ones who are not wins to overlook. His fight against Marco Polo Reyes was impressive and he showed the ability to really sit down on his punches and take some to give some. His fight with Nick Hein was also an impressive win when he stole a split decision in Nick Heins backyard. The kid is not great and has a lot to learn but he is in fact game. He does lack in athletic ability but he does tie his punches together quite well. His grappling is not where I would personally like it to be but his striking and his strong frame makes you think twice before taking a shot so quickly. This can really be a banger of a fight to be quite honest and it can be a game of who hits the button first or who just finds the most spots. I don’t see this as a fight that will hit the ground all that much if any. I think we are in for a slugfest at some point here where Damir gets the best of the exchanges late. Giving him the edge with volume and damage.
The Pick: Hadzovic
Sung Bin Jo $8800 vs. Daniel Teymur $7400
Do not get the name twisted. This is the brother of the better Teymur. Daniel Teymur is not his brother and he is not on the same plane as his brother either. Does he have some chops in the striking department? Yes. Is he what I would call a serviceable striker that thinks his game is better than it is. He is a very willing striker in which his octane of volume becomes his defense when he feels threatened. The problem is his cardio cannot keep up with his hands and what he wants to do. I have seen him gassed to the gills in fights where volume was a staple in the contests. He is 0-3 in the UFC and even with a win here, I am not sure it will save him from being taken out from under the banner. He takes on 9-0 fighter Sung Bin Jo who has a very well rounded record in his finishing patterns. A very well balanced submission and KO ratio he is much more of a striker. A long striker who understands how to fight in space but he also will March forward with an array of strikes with flying knees and just anything to back you up on your heels. I can see this being a firefight that Teymur will be able to keep up with for a short period until he starts to let go of the rope and fade slowly. Expect the wheels to fall off slowly and watch him start to take steps back while he is getting attacked when Sung Bin Jo starts to smell blood in the water. I think if Teymur tries to match this kid fire for fire, then there is a good chance he blows his load earlier then normal and it can end before the horn. Don’t count Teymur out here tho. He is still a very willing striker with good power but I just don’t see him have the consistency or the tank to dish out what he will be dishing out early on. For that reason alone I will take my chances against him and hopefully watch him gasp for air at some point near the end of the 2nd going into the 3rd…
The Pick: Sung Bin Jo
Sergey Khandozhko $8800 vs. Rostem Akman $7400
These fights are always dangerous when a guy comes in on short notice. I don’t like going deep into breakdowns with stuff like this, because camps change, variables change, and the element of surprise can always be there. Akman is 5-0 with 4 finishes, but don’t let that cloud you. He is coming in on about 2 weeks notice for this one, and Khandaozhko is on a full camp and the much more seasoned vet with a record of 26-5. Akman seems tough enough to give some pause, but at the end of the day, it is very hard to pick a guy who has so many negatives coming into this one. Akman has a hill to climb here, and I just can’t pick him, even tho these fights always scare me.
The Pick: Khandozhko
Tonya Evinger $9000 vs. Lina Lansberg $7200
Both of these fighters are really on their last train tickets here. Both are tough in their own right but will never be true contenders here under the UFC umbrella. Spending too much time here would not make all that much sense but the fight is on so we need to look at it at least a little. Lansberg does have a dynamic aspect to her game in which she carries a very Tim Means type elbow game. The elbow queen will not hesitate to throw razor sharp elbows early and often. The decorated Muay Thai specialist has had ups and downs literally in the UFC with a perfect balance of wins and loses. She has never able to tie 2 wins together as of yet, and she will look to start the win streak again, as she is coming off a loss against Yana K. She will have her hands full with extremely scrappy Vet Tonya Evinger. The former Invicta champion has a very nice balance of submissions and Kos to her merit. With 8 KOs and 7 submissions, Evinger can finish you anywhere she pleases. She has beaten some very good competition but there is just something missing from her game to make her elite. I dare to say it’s her genetic code of lacking athleticism that is hurting her coupled with her age of 37 bringing it down more. With all that said, she is still the much more well-rounded fighter, and toughness will carry her through many bad situations. If Lansberg cuts her with her elbow game you can be assured that unless Evinger is out, she will keep walking forward. I think the lack of Landsberg’s ground game is going to be the death of her here. At some point, if Evinger gets this to the ground, it can end shortly after. Even tho Lansberg has never been submitted, it doesn’t mean Evinger can’t, nor does it mean she can’t be trapped on bottom, getting finished by strikes. Even if there is no finish here, I just Evinger gaining much more control time here. Hard to pick against her here when she has the much more well-rounded attack.
The Pick: Evinger
Leonardo Santos $9200 vs. Stevie Ray $7000
Now, this is interesting to me. If this fight was a year or 2 ago, I would agree with the pricing here. I would not even bat an eyelash at agreeing with this price and pick. With that said Santos has not fought in over 2 years and that is a very long time to be on a shelf in the fight game. There is slot involved when you are fighting. It’s not just talent and chops. Timing, range, and just that entire familiar feeling plays a very big role. Many people believe cage rust is not a thing and I wholeheartedly disagree. If you go to the batting cages every day for a year, eventually you will have some sort of rhythm that will ultimately allow you to hit balls on a consistent basis consecutively. However, if you stop going for 1 month and hop back into the cage, there will be an adjustment period will you need to get that stroke and feel back. Fighting is the same way. When you are coming off a 2.5-year layoff, there is a period where you need to get it all back. Some take longer than others but there is a period that it all seems rustic and just off. This is what fears me about this fight. There is no doubt in my mind that Santos is the better fighter but Stevie Ray is just more active and his timing might be able to sneak in the backdoor before his Santos gets his timing down and feels comfortable again. It’s hard to believe that Santos is going to look like he didn’t lose a step here. If I was Stevie Rays team I would urge him to step on the pedal early. Don’t give Santos a chance to get settled in there. Don’t give him time to measure and feel the cage. Get right on him early and don’t give him any breathing room. Take your chances losing steam in the later minutes by collecting gold coins early. Let Santos play from the deficit and see what happens. There is a part of me that wants to still pick Santos here because Stevie Ray is just a very even keel style fighter and never puts on a hard pace which will give Santos time to get into his pocket, but then there is a bigger part of me that wants to swing on the dog here. I think any smart fighter and their camp need to buy into cage rust and need to understand that early is key in these situations. If Stevie gets on him early and banks the early rounds, Santos may be fighting out of desperation at that point and never really have a chance to secure any type of timing or control. I’m going to take my chance on the dog here. Not comfortably, but I can’t pick Santos blindly after not being able to see him in over 2 years
The Pick: Stevie Ray
Nick Hein $8200 vs. Frank Camacho $8000
I’m actually excited for this fight. Hein is just a super scrappy fighter but just can never beat the names that he needed to in order to catapult him into some different conversations. I wouldn’t say that he isn’t an action fighter or a boring one but he does tend to drag things out to the horn. 9 of his 14 wins have gone to the cards. In his 4 losses, he was stopped once by sub, once by KO and 2 by decision. The Judo Black Belt is someone you really don’t want to tie up with if you can avoid it and even tho he isn’t known for it, his grappling isn’t exactly neophyte status but he won’t exactly lean on it if he doesn’t need to. However, in a fight like this, he may want to get in a little closer and try to take away some of the attributes of Camacho. His biggest assets are without a doubt his overall toughness. This kid has displayed an amazing chin in spots and just a crazy ability to fire back when he seems out on his feet. He has been KO’d before but he’s not a guy that you are just going to Merck. It is really going to take a load of volume along with power to clean Camacho’s clock and I am Not sure that Hein that type of power or volume. For what Camacho lacks in skill set, he makes up for in just sheer will and desire to survive. Hein will fight and make this interesting but Camacho will eventually eat all of Hein has to give and realize that he can’t hurt him.
The Pick: Camacho
Duda Santana $8600 vs. Bea Malecki $7600
Really with this fight. Do you guys want an in-depth break down of this one? Between the 2 of them, they are 5-0. Yes, between the 2 of them. I have zero interest in this fight, but I’m going to take Malecki here. Both of these ladies are not very good at all, and honestly, anyone can win this fight. No one is leaps and bounds better anywhere, and mistakes can be made at any time. So why should anybody be favored in this one, to be quite frank? Give me Malecki, but who really gives a shit.
The Pick: Malecki
Darko Stosic $8700 vs. Devin Clark $7500
Another fight where I don’t see how Stosic should be this big of a favorite here. Sometimes, I think DK looks way too far into certain previous fights and lean on them as gospel a little too much. Do I think Devin Clark is ever really a safe pick? No. Not in any way, shape or form. However, he does have a certain element to his game that can possibly be built upon to improve and make certain adjustments. Stosic for sure hits hard and we have seen Clark our out before. In his last fight against Rakic was a perfect example of one of those times, but you can’t lean on that and expect that outcome all the time just because he is fighting a good and powerful striker. If that was the case there would be no such thing as game planning and adjustments. With a 3-3 record in the UFC, the former RFA champion has yet to find a finish under the UFC umbrella. Odd to say because he is a very powerful kid. Then Stosic on the flip side seems to be quite the finishing machine with 13 wins and 9 coming by way of finish (8 KO). So if you really want to keep this simple the path to victory here for Clark is to just keep this close and grinding. Look for Darko’s hips and ground this fight taking away Darko’s offensive ability and power. There is not a single part of me that would be shocked if Clark gets sparked early here but I am going to hope that he uses his powerful frame to push forward and make this as dirty in close quarters as he can. Both men have not shown the ability to have overall stellar gas tanks but if Clark leans on wrestling then pocketing some early time can be crucial for him, especially with his track record as of late with the nonability to finish. It’s a fight that is close but I just think DK has this one priced off and I am willing to take a swing on Clark here.
The Pick: Clark
Joel Alvarez $8500 vs. Danilo Belluardo $7700
Here comes Italy with a debuting fighter in Belluardo. So far the fighters they have produced for the UFC have not been too shabby. There isn’t many of them but they are serviceable and interesting to keep an eye on. Here is another one that I really don’t know what to make of him just yet. The first thing I did notice was he fights very very erect and can be easily hit which scares me because he has been KO’d 3 times. In fact, all 3 of his losses have been by way of KO. What started as some rocky film study became a little more comfortable for me when I saw some of his hip entries and how he really sticks to his commitment once he has some kind of grappling position on you. It was quite impressive to see. Once he commits it seems like he really locks in on what he wants and tries to get it at any cost. However, in this matchup, he is fighting Alvarez, who is in search of his first UFC win after losing to Ismagulov by way of decision. The impressive thing about this kids record is that in 15 wins he has finished all of them and a mind-blowing 14 by way of submission. The kid has a ground game and a red flag to me was how many times I have seen on film Alvarez exposes his neck a little too much for my liking. The upside for a finish for Alvarez is there quite clearly but I actually like the wrestling if this Italian kid. He looks to improve position, and although he can get sloppy and open a door for Joel to sink something, I’ll take my chances with the dog here.
The Pick: Belluardo
- Gustafsson $9300
There is always a danger fighting a guy like Anthony Smith, but at the end of the day, this is a fight for GUS to either win or lose. The choice is really his here. If he shows up, he wins. 5 rounds in Sweden looking for a finish. I’ll have some.
- Smith $6900
I can see the temptation here at this price, but by no means should you get your hopes up. The odds are stacked against him in this one.
- Rakic $8900
Price scares me a bit, to be honest. This is his biggest test to date. I know there is upside for a finish here, but it still scares me because Manuwa will be firing back as well with his own power and offense. I would say tread lightly here.
- Manuwa $7300
He is worth a look for sure. He’s the more seasoned fighter, and I think it’s fair to say, he has fought much better talent than Rakic. He had been on the decline as of late, but he is still dangerous and we have no idea what and how Rakic will react if someone like Manuwa has him on the cusp.
- Fishgold $8300 / Amirkhani $7900
Hedgeable fight here. Both men have their bright spots. I will have more weight on Amirkhani. I am very curious to see what this past year of striking brings to his already slick ground game. But Fishgold is no slouch and should not be overlooked here if you play this fight.
- Hadzovic $9100
I like him in the fight, but I am not certain I like the price this much. With that said, Giagos can be a bit of a wild man and dump his gas tank early. If that happens, than Hadzovic can expose that before the horn. I’m interested but won’t be putting both feet in the water. A few ties is fine.
- Giagos $7100
He is tough. Had a high pace and will really try to grind. It’s not out of bounds here, but I just think Hadzovic has his number in this fight. But I won’t hate you if you took a few swings.
- Sung Bin Jo $8800
Another tough tag to swallow, but given Teymur’s recent outings and how he tends to spill over late with nothing left, this high paced fighter can expose that late and possibly get his hand raised before the judges get their say. I have my target on a few here.
- Teymur $7400
I mean, he’s not a terrible striker, but he’s not his brother. I just think his style is not disciplined enough to tie together a healthy style win with many styles. He had no patience or pace, and that can be the death of him here. I’m off it.
- Khandozhko $8800
Not sure he gets the finish here, but I do expect him to win. He is much more seasoned and is on a full camp. Fights like this do scare me when there is always the fear of the unknown with short notice opponents, but I may dabble small here to see if I can get him in low ownership and hope he takes advantage of it.
- Akman $7400
Too short of a notice here against a guy who has more experience than him with a full camp. Don’t let his undefeated record fool you. Careful here. I am off.
- Evinger $9000
I actually think Evinger has a good chance to finish this before the horn. Lansberg has no game from the ground, and if Evinger controls her there, then it can be All Evinger/All Day, even if it goes to the cards. The price tag for an aging fighter is meh, but I actually will have some plays here.
- Lansberg $7200
- Santos $9200
2.5 years off and you want me to spend $9200? I’ll pass and see how he looks.
- Stevie Ray $7000
He’s been more active, and he has a really good chance to catch Santos cold. At $7k, I like the value.
- Hein $8200 / Camacho $8000
This fight intrigued me to a point, but I just don’t see how Hein finishes Camacho here. He may win the fight in a decision, but I’m not even sure about that. Camacho is a really tough kid, and although they are close in price, I just see Camacho being the more damaging fighter. Camacho would be the play for me here.
- Santana $8600 / Malecki $7600
I can probably tell you these girls will be single-digit owned because they both don’t belong here. However, for shits and giggles in a GPP setting, I may take a bullet on Malecki just to be different. Outside of that, this fight is a fade for me.
- Stosic $8700
The KO power is there, and it’s very real. Even at $8700, it’s an intriguing play. I picked against him here but with no real conviction, so I don’t mind a couple plays if he can find his mark before the horn.
- Clark $7500
$7500 is not a bad swing for Clark here. If he can get his power wrestling working, it can be a win on the cards for him. I’m interested, and I will have some juice on him.
- Alvarez $8500
The submission is always there for this kid, but I’m not willing to really buy until he shows me more against better.
- Belluardo $7700
I like this kid’s entries and his want to stay on you like a leach. His wrestling and pressure can cause Alvarez problems here, but he will need to watch his neck. He is worth a look for sure
- Gus -320
- Evinger -290
2 units to win 1.53
- Evinger Inside the Distance +200
1 unit to win 2
- Hadzovic -160
2.5 to win 1,56
Good luck, y’all!