MadLab’s UFC Greenville Breakdown and Predictions!!!
Korean Zombie $7600 vs. Moicano $8600
This is actually a very intriguing fight to kick off UFC Fight Night because if you look at both men’s styles they sit like a puzzle, to be honest. On one side you have the Korean Zombie that really just walks to the beat of his name. He fights in a manner where caution is thrown to yo wind and he will walk through fire with no boundaries or concern of damage. He is one of those fighters that you need to really put to sleep to stop him from moving forward. In his last fight against Yair Rodriguez, he was winning a tough fight all the way into the closing moments of the fight. With literally seconds left on the clock, he was caught and finished. There is a positive and a negative with fighters like KZ. You know that either win or lose there is a high probability that there will be a finish. You just need to hope that he’s on the right side of it obviously. In 14 wins he has 12 finishes with 8 of them coming by way of submission. He has a very slick submission game and is one of very few to land a twister in MMA play. In his 5 loses 3 of them have come by KO and 2 by decision. The reason I say this fight fits like a puzzle is because Moicano will give him that style that will either make or break one of them. A very capable striker with good power, pressure, and angles has proven the ability to put it on his opposition at a steady and consistent pace, but he like KZ is much more efficient on paper when it comes to the ground. With 13 wins, 6 have been by way of submissions and 7 by way of decision. So It’s quite clear that Moicano, like KZ, is much more comfortable finishing things on the ground. With that said Moicano is very comfortable on his feet and even tho he does not have KO efficiency there, he is efficient with his volume and technique. Both men are coming off losses and will really look to push matters a little further to get on the right side of the win column in a bright main event spot. This fight can get tricky in the championship rounds. Moicano has never been out of the 3rd round, and in a 5 round fight, the last 2 rounds can be crucial. We have seen KZ in these rounds and even tho some were up and some down, he’s been there. Moicano has 2 loses on his record and it really should only be 1. In a fight with Brian Ortega that he was on his way to a clear cut decision, he decided to secure a takedown against one of the highest level grapplers in the UFC and get caught in a submission at the very end of the fight. A decision that I really thought was absolutely boneheaded, and he paid the price dearly for it. Outside of that, he was beaten by Jose Aldo in which is nothing to hang your head down about. I am expecting Moicano to come out firing early with leg kicks and strikes to really try and soften KZ up a bit. As the fight wears on I think KZ will, in fact, have his spots, but in the end, the volume and the efficient fight style of Moicano will be the X factor in this one. I like KZ’s chances in any fight but this is one where I think Moicano just gets to his spots quicker and has the final say in most of the exchanges. Intriguing fight, good fight, but a fight that Moicano should win on being the busier fighter.
The Pick: Moicano
Linekar vs. Font (Canceled)
This fight is going to be a strikers delight. Two guys that have zero problem exchanging leather with anyone in the division. John Linekar is highly known for his granite chin and his ability to sit in the pocket and more likely than not get the best of you. His small stature and his shorter reach force him to get in close and bait you into a brawl. If you are a long and strategic striker, you can play matador with Linekar and put him on the chase for you. Cory Sandhagen has the right idea for the most part but he was baited into a firefight a few times in that fight and he almost paid for it dearly. The good news for Font is that he has seen this before. They faced each other in 2016 and lost a decision to Linekar, but he has felt his power. Saw his patterns, and understands what he is looking for. Now it’s time to see growth and adjustments. 3 years removed from that fight we can see more of the same or we can see an evolution in Font. Linekar is what he is and he accepts what he is. A full bore puncher that wants to test each other’s chin to see who is going to be the last man standing. Considering Linekar has never been KO’d before, in a slugfest, it’s hard to bet against Linekar. However, Font should be smart enough at this point to understand that you can’t let Linekar lead the parade. You need to let him chase you and keep a good distance. Frustrate him and make him feel as if you will not step into the pocket giving any sort of leverage or cushion to dig his feet in and let go. Font has to be patient and not give in to the pressure of Linekar. With that said Font needs to have some sort of pressure to feel comfortable and putting pressure on Linekar is not easy. He will not back up and he will encourage you to do so. I think Font will get in close to try and panic wrestle in which will open up spaces for Linekar to start Teeing off on him. Font has the tools to beat Linekar with the right game plan but at the end of the day your instincts tell you what to do and Font will not be able to play possum for 3 rounds given his history.
The Pick: Linekar
Barberena $9200 vs. Brown $7000
When you think about Barberena the one fight that comes to mind is his last one against Vicente Luque. A war to say the least where Barb stormed back from the depths of hell to be on his way to a big upset and in the closing seconds was completely flatlined by Luque to lose by way of KO. It was a loss for Barb but it wasn’t. Technically on his record, it goes down as an L. But the fans and the MMA community look at it as a win for him because he won the crowd with his unbelievable heart and will to win. There is nothing special about his game. He isn’t a master at any one thing. He relies on his toughness and durability to drag you into the murkiest of waters to see if you have the testicular fortitude to survive with him. Randy Brown is not that guy. A good fighter and a genetically capable one, but he just doesn’t have that kill or be killed persona so he will have to win on sheer technical ability and athleticism which is very possible. We have seen it happen on many occasions. The problem with Randy Brown is that he tends to put it on early and fade later on which means keeping up that pace is not usually realistic for him. This is where Barb thrives. While you are spitting fire, he will eat it and wait for his time to start coming on. Unless you are a fighter that is willing to bite down and really trade with him, he will most likely seal your fate either on the cards or before they get there. It’s just his style. Wait, weather, exploit. Brown will most likely look very good in round one but when Barb starts to get a bead on him late, he should start walking brown down putting him in very uncomfortable situations.
The Pick: Barberena
Lee $8700 vs. De La Rosa $7500
This is a really fun fight and a fight that intrigues me a lot. Lee is one of those fighters that you really never judge a book by its cover. She looks like your typical southern bell, but boy is she one with an attitude. This girl can fight. Solid striking, very slick grappling if she needs to use it and just a thirst to fight no matter where it goes. With a 10-2 record, Lee has only been submitted once and has 4 submissions of her own under her belt. Much more of a striker, Lee only has 2 by KO. However, a 60 percent finishing rate is not a bad one. She’s a fighter before she’s an athlete and that is really important. She likes to fight and she is not afraid to go into the trenches and pull you out into the open. However, she won’t have to dig deep or far to find De La Rosa. The wife of Mark De La Rosa, a high-level Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt has helped De La Rosa take her 3-time all American wrestling pedigree to a new level. With a 10-4 record, Montana is on a 4 fight win streak in the UFC and is showing off her wrestling and grappling game quite well. In her 4 loses she lost 1 by submission, 1 by KO and 2 by decision. In her submission loss, she was submitted by extremely high-level grappler McKenzie Dern and KOd by rising prospect Cynthia Calvillo. Outside of that She has been putting on clinics in submission grappling with 4 straight submissions in her last 4 fights. With 10 wins she has 8 submissions and 2 decisions. It’s quite clear where she wants this fight to go and it’s also quite clear that Lee knows that. The issue is will Lee be able to elude the high pedigree wrestling style of De La Rosa here. If she does she will really need to keep De La Rosa at range with her very savvy kicking game. It’s a fight I expect both ladies to have their spots, but when it comes to female MMA, when a fighter has a very high pedigree in wrestling, it is hard not to take her. Wrestling Is such a staple in MMA but not many ladies have this solid wrestling outside of a few. It’s a tough fight to call because I really do like Lee but if De La Rosa can secure some top time then that will look mighty good in the eyes of the judges. I’m not expecting fireworks here but this is a fight that De La Rosa may be the rightful dog, but a dog that has a very good chance of getting this one done. She is without a doubt a dog with a shot here so why not give her the nod and see what she can do.
The Pick: De La Rosa
Di Chirico $7400 vs. Holland $8800
Kevin Holland is a good talent and someone that the fans really enjoy watching. He has charisma and has a very interesting attitude to match long, rangy and he also has a very sneaky style on the ground when he’s there. He isn’t afraid to try things and that is a blessing and a curse depending on who you are facing. He has a very well rounded finishing rate with 6 subs and 6 KOS in 14 wins. In his loses he has only been submitted 1 time. He can be very frustrating to the opposition just for the mere fact that he can play around a little too much in there frustrating you and maybe taking you out of your game plan. As annoying as he can be, to say he isn’t someone to keep an eye on would be foolish. He does have some clear chops in there but he will have to display that against a very game Italian bred fighter that has very similar aspects to his game. Much like Holland his finishing rate is very well rounded. 5 KOS. 4 subs and 3 decisions tell a tale of this young Italian prospect. From his film study, there is no doubt he likes to stand with you creating pressure and just utilizing pace. With that said it will be easier said than done against someone like Holland. Durable as well he has only lost 2 fights only being finished 1 time by submission. I’m curious to see what kind of pace he looks to set against Holland. Pressing too hard will allow Holland to really get the clinch game going and if it does go to the ground, Holland seems a bit too tricky down there. The fight should be fun and both men most likely won’t give up too much ground, but in the end, I’m looking at Holland to oh and ah the crowd a little more which in turn can sometimes really sway the judges in a close fight. Interesting matchup and what to really expect here is not very clear, to be honest, but wherever this ends up, I just keep dovetailing back to Holland getting this one done.
The Pick: Holland
Yoder $8200 vs. Kondo $8000
This fight I will not spend too much time on but both ladies have had their downs under the UFC umbrella. Kondō, a former professional wrestler comes to us with a 6-2 record with both of her losses coming in her last 2 fights. 1 by KO and 1 decision. In her 6 wins, she has only 1 finish. Kondō progressed most of her career in Pancrase before transitioning over to the UFC but her luck hasn’t been as fruitful as she has liked it to be. She is an active striker on the feet and she will apply pressure and look to clinch with you often, but she can get sloppy at times and that is where Yoder may be able to find an opening. Yoder is another fighter with NO KO’S to her merit so outside of volume, both ladies don’t pack bazookas in their gloves but Yoder does have s very slick grappling game in which she does hold 4 submissions under her belt. She is on a 1 fight win streak against a very tough Amanda Cooper in which could have really gone either way but before that she dumped 3 straight. The fighters she did fight were not cans and with 1 split decision and 2 decisions, she held her own and def had her spots. I see kondo staking her to a fault and allowing Yoder at some point to change levels and possibly secure a takedown or 2 in which can play a huge factor here in a fight I expect to be razor close. It’s just a fight that I think Yoder can catch Kondo’s hips as she over pursues to secure some top control buying some time in the eyes of the judges.
The Pick: Yoder
Ige $7800 vs. Aguilar $8400
This is a really fun fight and one that should not be overlooked at all. If I looked at this fight months ago, I would be giving Ige a very good edge here, but after seeing the way Aguilar was able to shake the takedowns off against Barzola, my mind is a bit unsettled. Ige is the far better technical ground fighter in this matchup with a black belt in BJJ and a brown belt in judo, but what good is it if you can’t get it to the ground. Ige has 5 submissions and 3 KOS in 11 fights and in his 2 loses he has never been finished. The guy is tough and he is going to need that toughness against equally as tough, surprising up and comer Aguilar. The 17-1 Texas native has 10 KOS to his merit and he was KOd in his only loss. That loss came back in 2013 and since then Kevin has been on a 9 fight tear. The kid is durable, sharp hands, power to check your chin and just ready to scrap with confidence at any point in time. If you like strikers, chances are you are going to like the man they can “Angel of Death.” This is a great test for both men but more importantly a true measuring stick for Aguilar. We already know how good Ige is on the feet and on the ground but we really never saw Aguilar tested there. I know Barzola could not take this kid down but he really didn’t give a true effort or really commit to it fully. He was comfortable standing with Aguilar which is a huge mistake in his part. I think Ige will test his chances on the feet but I also think he will be smart enough to know when it’s time to test his chops on the ground. The issue is getting it there. I like Aguilar. I do, but something tells me that he is fighting a little over his head right now, almost like Cerone was when I said Ferguson was going to finally put an end to this. I know Aguilar is very tough and very game, but Ige is solid all the way around and very underrated I think. He had a very close stand up war with Julio Arce who has extremely sharp hands, so who’s to say that he can’t match Aguilar somewhat on the feet to be at least serviceable. If it goes to the ground, that is his world and that is where Aguilar will live or die. Interesting fight but I have to go with the Ige here. More well rounded, a little more tested and a really tough out for anyone at this point. I’ll take the dog.
The Pick: Ige
Pena $9500 vs. Wiman $6700
I’m kind of shocked that Wiman is back to be quite honest. The 35-year-old has been on a hiatus since 2014. He was slated to fight Leonardo dos Santos of recent but was forced out with a back injury. Make no mistake, the guy is tough. Really tough. However, a hiatus like this is really something to be concerned with. It’s not one year. It’s like a 5-year hiatus. That is a bit disturbing to me. Power and both hands and an aggressive style striker, watching film on him from 4-5 years ago gives you a streamline but is he really the same guy? That is a long time to be out of work and to trust that against someone like Pena is scary. Although Pena is not a world beater by any stretch of the imagination, he without a doubt is crafty, long, tricky, and well rounded. The AKA fighter trains with all of the top lineage fighters and can only be tightly wound and ready to go. Being active is a huge deal in fighting. Timing, range management, the reputations and just the overall adrenaline from the cage are all very real things. Pena is feeling all that on a much more recent level and that could pay off big here. The one issue is his cardio had been something I have been really watching and it can be concerning. With that said, Wiman’s cardio shouldn’t really be too glamorous out there either with such a layoff. It just is extremely hard for me to pick a guy that has been on the shelf for this long. I can’t get myself to do it, but stranger things have happened.
The Pick: Pena
Crowder $7200 vs. Rozenstruik $9000
Crowder made a name for himself against Hardy in a fight he was supposed to get steamrolled but ended up hanging in there and ultimately stealing a win by an illegal strike midway through the second round. Hey, a wins a win, right? Lol. With a 10-3 record, you would think he is quite the heavyweight finishing machine with 5 by KO and 3 by way of submission. Well, who has he really fought should be the question of the hour. One eyebrow raiser to me is that in his 3 losses, all have been by way of KO and his most recent was at the hands of Justin Willis who is no longer even with the company. I’m not saying Crowder is a bad fighter because he literally had Hardy gassed and on his bike in spots, but I wouldn’t consider him very good. With that said you don’t need to be very good in the heavyweight division today. A fight in the Heavyweight division doesn’t take much but a perfectly timed shot on the button. Mr. Rozenstruik may have something to say about that. At 7-0, he has 6 by way of KO and recently extended that streak with a KO against Junior Albini in his debut fight. A kickboxing background, the big man understands the ins and outs of striking and that can be a dangerous weapon in this fight. Albini was able to get him to the canvas, so I think Crowder will be best served to try to do the same but it will most likely come at a cost. Greg Hardy is not a polished striker and ran out of gas rather quickly. Crowder was able to hang in there with a man that was withering away with really no technique behind his punches. Rozenstruik has technique and power and that should really play to his advantage here. I’ll take the big kickboxer in this one to extend his record to 8-0 and possibly secure another finish in the process.
The Pick: Rozenstruik
Lipski $9100 vs. McCann $7100
The meatball is back. How can anyone not like Molly McCann? Not for her fighting talent but her toughness and her overall persona. The scrappy fighter reminds me of a modern day Tank Abbott with better more polished boxing skills but when push comes to shove, McCann will nite down and swing with anyone who cares too. The Liverpool based fighter has some clear holes in her game which I would say is her grappling but she actually impressed the masses in her last outing where she was able to out grapple Cachoeira and even had a few interesting spots when she was working down there considering in her last fight she was choked out choked by Roberson. She never tapped tho which shows how tough she is. She’s going against a firecracker in Lipski and this girl has been on the UFC radar for a bit. In her debut fight against Joanne Calderwood, she just couldn’t get it going and ended up losing in convincing fashion. The queen of violence as they call her has a very fast and sharp style to her. With an 11-4 record, she has 6 KOS and 2 submissions. In her 4 losses, she was stopped by strikes once and lost the others by decision. This fight is really important for her and the hype that was behind her coming in. Calderwood is no pushover but if she drops 2 straight then the spotlight may start to shadow some question marks about her. I think she is just going to be a little too fast and sharp for Molly. Beating her to the punch and just looking like the much faster fighter. McCann will keep this one interesting because she is so damn tough and if Lipski wants to finish her inside the horn she will literally have to shut her off to win, but if this goes to the cards, it’s just the volume and speed of Lipski that will give McCann a problem I believe. You never count out someone like Molly, but this is Lipski’s fight to win or lose.
The Pick: Lipski
Winn $9300 vs. Spicely $6900
When you talk about Winn, you have to understand that he is the protege of Daniel Cormier. So right off the bat you know he is a wrestler at heart. The 2-time junior all American and 3-time all American was taken under DC’s wing during his transition into the sport. Not a bad mentor huh? Well, it’s laying off. Winn is currently 5-0 and is looking to continue his rise making DC look mighty good in the process. I think we understand what and how he fights which is very important. Understanding what you are good at is a huge asset to your game and if you can’t do that then more likely than not you can falter. He understands that his wrestling will be his bread and butter in this sport and with a pedigree like his, that can be a blessing. He will take on late notice replacement Erik Spicely that was cut from the UFC after dropping 3 straight. A black belt in BJJ and a very crafty ground game when he uses it, Spicely sometimes is the guy that doesn’t go to his wheelhouse and that has plagued him in the past. After winning two in a row from another promotion the UFC is giving him the nod to come back and prove his worth one more time. However, it comes at a cost with a short notice fight and it will most likely be a fight where he will get it where he wants but just in all the wrong positions. I think Winn puts it on Spicely with the wrestling and controls the fight with good top control all the way through this one.
The Pick: Winn
Dos Santos $7900 vs. Ewell $8300
First fight of the night and we know how this goes. Both guys really are not to really be trusted, but at the end of the day, Ewell is a very long and rangy fighter that can really keep you honest if you don’t have the ability to close space. If you decide to play the range game with Ewell he is going to pick him apart. With that said Dos Santos is a Black Belt in BJJ and if he does go ground he can give Ewell a problem and Ewell’s length and range means nothing off his back. I just think Ewell is going to be able to really keep range and pick Dos Santos apart from there. Dos Santos will take some panic shots when he realizes he won’t be able to strike with Ewell, but I think Ewell stays long enough to keep Dos Santos at bay. Dangerous fight but a fight that Ewell should be able to outpoint him here.
The Pick: Ewell
- Korean Zombie $7600
5 round fight and sub $8k for a guy that really has kill or be killed style? Of course I will have some skin in the game here. How can you not? I do believe Moicano wins this fight but counting out KZ is not realistic. I’ll have some.
- Moicano $8600
He is a little more dangerous than he gets credit for. He is very efficient in his approach and extremely well rounded. My issue here is if he can last all 5 rounds. I think he will be ready here but KZ will not make it easy. He is really going to be active because KZ is going to keep coming. $8600 is not the most comforting spot here but KZ will give him some windows to finish it if he can jump through them. I’ll have skin in the game on this one because I don’t see this going yard.
- Barberena $9200
$9200 is a little pricey here because Barb really starts coming on later. He lets you blow your wad and then tests your conditioning and will when you pour it on him. So value can get dicey outside of the 1st round. However, Barb can pour it on hard and quick, so the value is still there. I am intrigued here to an extent but I will have some juice on Barb.
- Brown $7000
Randy Brown does have the chops here but I am not sure he can dig deep when he needs to face the flames that Barb brings. He will really need to dig deep here. I am expecting him to look good at the beginning of the fight where Barb will be sitting back, but when Barb decides to starts to bring Brown into a dark place I am not certain he will be able to withstand that. I can see Brown getting some love here, but he won’t get much if any from me here.
- Lee $8700
She is extremely well rounded and dangerous. $8700 isn’t a crazy price tag for someone that is active wherever it goes. However, it does give me a little pause when you think about the ground game of De La Rosa and how she may be able to control some time if she gets top control. In any event, even though I see paths for De La Rosa to win this fight, it can go either way and I wouldn’t hate ya if you wanted some Lee.
- De La Rosa $7500
I think she’s going a little overlooked here. In my guesstimation, she is one of the better dogs on this card. At $7500, she is worth a few roster spots. She has the grappling chops that she will try to lean on and test just how slick Lee is on the ground. If she can secure Top control and put Lee on the defense long enough, she can seal up some rounds and possibly even search for a submission. I’ll have my eye on her.
- Di Chirico $7400
I really don’t see him winning here but Holland is still young in the game and raw. Mistakes can be made and he would be able to capitalize. With that said I just think this is Holland’s fight to win or lose. However, I have seen much worse $7400 plays.
- Holland $8800
Little too expensive here for me. Holland is good and he does take chances but sometimes he can show boat a little too much instead of locking in and taking care of business. That could be worrisome.
- Yoder $8200 / Kondo $8000
Not a fight that I am ultra interested in, but it does have some upside, to be honest. Kondo will bring the pressure and Yoder will have no choice but to try and keep up. In a fight this close in price, you should know by now how to play it. I will be leaning slightly more on Yoder due to her ability to utilize her range and being more comfortable in the submission arena, but by no means should you not hedge this one if you plan on putting this fight in play.
- Ige $7800
Ige is another very live dog here and at $7800 there is no reason he should be ignored. Keep in mind that as good as Aguilar looked on his feet in his past few fights, we really don’t know how well rounded he is if he gets grounded. Ige is going to try and test that, and for that reason alone Ige should be someone to keep an eye on.
- Aguilar $8400
He’s on a tear and he has shown the ability to bang with whoever wants to bang with him. He is going to be looking to put on a show and at $8400 his price is ok. Keep in mind that all his points will be from strikes, so that can minimize things if he doesn’t get a KO. On a card where the higher priced guys are a little sketchy, mid-tier is where this game will be won and lost. Even though I am eyeing Ige more in this spot, he shouldn’t be ignored.
- Pena $9500
Price tag scares me a bit. I am expecting him to win this fight but there is always the element of the unknown in spots like this. Also, his cardio really has been concerning in spots. I fully expect him to win this fight against a guy that has not been active in years but if he is overlooking him then Wiman is a guy that is tough enough, experienced enough, and capable enough to drag this out and make this interesting in which can hinder that price tag. I would say be very careful here. I am..
- Wiman $6700
I can’t side with a guy on a layoff like this, but I will say that I am curious to see what happens given his history and reputation. With that said, I am passing here. Show me what you got and then we’ll talk…
- Crowder $7200
He beat Hardy, but he really didn’t. I’m not sure what to make of this guy but I do know that he can be KO’d and even though he gave Hardy a few rough patches in his fight and was able to win over the crowd in spots, I think the buck stops here. However, it is a heavyweight fight and anything can happen when the big boys start to bang. So at $7200 as much as I think Rozenstruik is going to beat him, it only takes one shot or him grounded Rozenstruik in a situation that makes him uncomfortable. I wouldn’t be thrilled with it but when it comes to heavyweights, don’t fear a shot on anyone.
- Rozenstruik $9000
He has the striking to really flat line this kid, but it’s the ground game that scares me. He’s a striker and his ground game can be the death of him if he gets put on his back. However, you need to take chances in these things and even tho $9k is a little inflated, the opportunity for a finish will be there if he can capitalize on it. I am not sold on this guy at all nor do I think he is a good fighter, but he can bang and he has power and that opens a line possibility for a finish. I’m interested.
- Lipski $9100
She is going to have to poor on some heavy volume on Meatball here because Meatball will not go away easily. At $9100, she most likely will have to rely on volume and I can see people being driven off her for the durability and tough factor of McCann. With that said when I here low owned in large field GPP, there is no reason for me to follow the masses. You have to take chances and I will take a few on her in the hopes that she can live up to the hype that was bestowed upon her before her last loss.
- McCann $7100
$7100 for a girl that refuses to tap and would rather be put to sleep. A girl who loves to sit in the pocket and bang? It may not be pretty but Molly is going to give you her all in every fight, win or lose. For that reason alone I wouldn’t fade her totally. However, I just see Lipski being too athletic and fast for her in this spot. McCann is really going to have to work here.
- Winn $9300
High Pedigree Wrestler under the watchful eye of Dan Cormier, the undefeated fighter has good power and sound wrestling background. I don’t see how you wouldn’t want to take a couple chances here against a guy that has very good grappling yes but has also been cut by the promotion. Spicely is dangerous and has something to prove, but I think this kid passes the test. I will take a few chances here.
- Spicely $6900
He was cut by the UFC; he is known to make some odd decisions, but at the end of the day, the guy is very very slick on the ground when he dials in. With that said on short notice, he has the chips stacked against him here. I have a feeling people will be taking some punts here but I will not be.
- Dos Santos $7900
You will be hoping for him to get this to the ground early and often. He is not going to fair well in a striking engagement with the longer fighter, but if he goes ground then it’s set/match Dos Santos. With that said the first fight always scares me and I don’t think he has great success cracking space against the longer fighter.
- Ewell $7900
Ewell is long, rangy and fast. He is going to really have to stay long and pick him apart. I really don’t hate this spot for him, but it does concern me. I am going to touch this one very lightly with Ewell, but don’t bury your night here. You have been warned.
You really have to lay a lot of wood in these fights this week and I really don’t like many of these lines. I tried to find some value to have some fun with but it was really slim pickens’. The picks in Bold are the ones I will be taking flyer on. You can bet however you like with the picks below tho.
Moicano -190 (2 Units to win 1.05)
Moicano by way of KO/TKO +330
(There is some value here .5 Units to win 1.65 Units)
De La Rosa +170
Ige +130 (1 Unit to Win 1.3)
1 Unit to win 1.38 Units
Good luck, y’all!