When you look at this card from looking at the main event it doesn’t seem like that great of an event, but don’t be fooled. This is actually a decent card with quite a few interesting fights. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that we’ll see several finishes, I think this card will deliver. Let’s look at some fighters to target.


The only guy above 9k I like is Ludovit Klein but I won’t be all-in. He had an impressive performance against a subpar fighter and now he’s going up against a better guy in Michael Trizano but he’s coming off a 2-year layoff. Klein’s striking looks solid but I just don’t know how good he really is. I have no interest in Marina Rodriguez or De Lima.

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Gregor Gillespie/Carlos Diego Fereira – I’m a fan of both guys and this is definitely one of the better fights on the card. Gillespie is coming off a knockout loss to kevin Lee but he’s taken a lot of time off. CDF is coming off a split decision loss to Beneil Dariush. Gillespie is going to take this to the ground, but the question is can he keep him there. Ferreira is the way better striker and is a high level Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt. If Gillespie wins he will score well, and if CDF wins it will be via TKO in my opinion. I’ll have more Gillespie but will definitely have some CDF in my lineups as well.


Carlston Harris – Many may not be familiar with Carlston Harris, but he does have wins under his belt against the likes of Wellington Turman and Michel Pereira. Granted, those wins were a while ago but this guy is a serious athlete with solid wrestling and a good submission game. Aguilera has some power but when it comes to his all-around game I think Harris is the far better guy. I think Harris can score well here and is capable of finishing this fight early or racking up points with takedowns and control time. This is his UFC debut and it’s a risk but I think Harris does really well here.

Donald Cerrone – This is one of the bigger mismatches on the card in my opinion. Yes, Cowboy is getting up there in age but seriously Cowboy is the way better guy here. Morono is taking this fight on short notice and he’s going up against a guy that’s better on the ground and on the feet. I don’t blame anyone for taking a shot on Morono, but Cowboy has too many paths to victory here, and he’s just levels above Morono.


Neil Magny $7200 – We know that Geoff Neal had some medical issues before his fight with Stephen Thompson. That fight against Thompson he was totally outclassed, now he goes up against a veteran in Neil Magny that is in my opinion a bad stylistic matchup for Neal. Magny’slong, far superior grappler, cardio for days, and a guy that has exceptional fight IQ. Neal is a solid guy, but I just think Magny’s length and grappling will be too much to handle. I’ll take Magny here.

Michelle Waterson and Junyong Park are some dogs I’m interested in as well.