The UFC continued to announce a range of fresh bouts for its upcoming cards. Here are the brand new matchups, along with my initial thoughts on them.
David Teymur vs. Charles Oliveira, UFC Fight Night 144
Lightweights David Teymur and Charles Oliveira will struggle at UFC Fight Night 144, taking place February 2 at Centro de Forma????o Ol??mpica do Nordeste in Fortaleza, Brazil. Teymur (8-1) is 5-0 in the UFC and in his last outing defeated Nik Lentz. He’s had trouble getting competitions to fight himas he’s very dangerous but not rated from the top-15. Oliveira (25-8, 1 NC) is 13-8, 1 NC in the UFC and is coming off of a three-fight win series, including a submission win over Jim Miller in his final fight. As good as Oliveira is on the floor, this looks like the sort of matchup that is kryptonite for him against a much-better striker in Teymur who also has exceptional takedown defense. Because of this, I’d actually favor Teymur inside this fight.
Junior Albini vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik, UFC Fight Night 144
Because of an accident to Dmitry Sosnovskiy, Junior Albini will take on short-notice replacement Jarizinho Rozenstruik at UFC Fight Night 144. DWT broke the information. Albini (14-4) is 1-2 at the UFC and lost to Aleksiy Oleinik through Ezekiel choke in his last fight. Rozenstruik (6-0) has won five of his fights by strikes except for his one look at RIZIN, which he won a decision in. Most bettors will seem to fade Albini, but it is hard to say if this is the right place to fade him as Rozenstruik is quite unproven against a decent degree of competition.
Rani Yahya vs. Ricky Simon, UFC 234
Bantamweights Rani Yahya and Ricky Simon are set to battle UFC 234, occurring February 10 in Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. Combate broke the information. Yahya (26-9, 1 NC) is 11-3, 1 NC from the UFC and has won seven of his last eight battles complete. He’s a really underrated fighter and with a win here should land a top-10 opponent. Simon (14-1) is currently 2-0 in the UFC and is riding a seven-fight win series in general. Yahya has all the experience but Simon has lots of upside and I would rather go with the younger fighter in this spot.
Sam Alvey vs. Gadzhimurad Antigulov, UFC Fight Night 145
Light heavyweight action between Sam Alvey and Gadzhimurad Antigulov will happen at UFC Fight Night 145, on February 23 at O2 Stadium in Prague, Czech Republic. Igor Lazorin broke the news. Alvey (33-11, 1 NC) is 10-6 in the UFC and has been most recently knocked out by Antonio Rogerio Nogueria. Antigulov (20-5) is 2-1 at the UFC but suffered a KO loss to Ion Cutelaba in his last fight. This should be a true banger of a fight but I have to fade Alvey in this area and proceed with Antigulov, although I am hoping a close line either way.
Cezar Ferreira vs. Tom Breese, UFC Fight Night 147
Because of an injury to Alessio di Chirico, Cezar Ferreira has awakened to fight Tom Breese at UFC Fight Night 147, which takes place March 16 in the O2 Arena in London, England. Ferreira (13-7) is 9-5 overall in the UFC but is coming off of a disappointing conclusion loss to Ian Heinisch. Breese (11-1) is 4-1 at the UFC and blasted Dan Kelly in his UFC middleweight debut. Ferreira is a solid fighter but I do not trust his chin against a strong puncher like Breese, who I hope to be heavily preferred here in his home country.
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