Covington vs Woodley
My feeling says Covington will take the win. He should use his speed and movement to win the striking war. Instead of using his wrestling offense to win the fight, he should keep it as a backup for defense and focus on out striking Woodley. Though history teaches us that Covington doesn’t really have the power to put his rival to sleep – just two of his 15 wins have come via KO/TKO and the last of them came over four years ago – he should focus on the amount of significant strikes. If he combines that with clinch exchanges, he could easily tire Woodley, and in my opinion, cardio will determine the winner of the fight ahead. If Covington can secure at least one of the first three rounds, I see no way that Woodley can out-point him in the championship rounds. But we can’t rule out Woodley completely. After all he won and successfully defended his title for 4 times.
Donald Cerrone vs Niko Price
This is a very close one, and as much as I would like to see the very experienced “Cowboy” Cerrone get back in the game and win this bout, I will have to go for Price. If Price starts aggressive, stays on the feet and avoids Cerrone’s lethal headkicks, I think we might be looking at another first, maybe second round finish by KO/TKO. Price has proven to be a very dangerous striker with knockout power, and his record already shows eight first round finishes by KO/TKO. On the other hand Cerrone has a lot more experience but lately seems to be overwhelmed when his opponent starts off very aggressive and doesn’t allow him to grow in the fight. Nevertheless Cerrone should not be underestimated, as mentioned earlier he only needs one of those headkicks to knock out or shock his opponent and finish the fight. Still, my feeling says Price will take the win by KO/TKO in the first round.
Khamzat Chimaev vs Gerald Meerschaert
The undefeated upcoming rising star Chimaev will win by TKO, I suspect early in the fight. He will do what he’s known for. Start with furious aggression, be all over his opponent, maybe go for the takedown and overwhelm him with punches. I simply don’t see Meerschaert taking out Chimaev.
Kevin Holland vs Darren Stewart
Kevin Holland will benefit from his huge range advantage, keeping the distance by throwing jabs and legkicks. Stewart has the power to knock any opponent out, but because of this reach difference, it’s unlikely this is going to happen. My guess would be Holland winning this one by decision.
All Tips And Winnings
|Covington vs Woodley||Covington will win the fight after decision.||1.88||6||Unibet|
|Donald Cerrone - Niko Price||METHOD OF VICTORY W NIKO PRICE BY KO, TKO OR DQ - YES||2.3||6||1XBet|
|Khamzat Chimaev vs Gerald Meerschaert||METHOD OF VICTORY W KHAMZAT CHIMAEV BY KO, TKO OR DQ - YES||2.5||4||1XBet|
|Kevin Holland vs Darren Stewart||Kevin Holland will win the fight after decision.||2.2||4||1XBet|
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