Two or three exciting welterweight bouts were shown for upcoming March fight cards, and I will give my first thoughts on these new matchups in the current MMA odds and ends.
UFC Fight Night 146, curtis Millender vs. Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos Surging welterweights Curtis Millender and Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos will fulfill UFC Fight Night 146, which takes place March 9 at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas. Globo revealed the news . This is an important welterweight fight between two fighters on hot streaks that should bump the victor into the top-10 on the planet at 170lbs.
Millender (17-3) is an ideal 3-0 so far in the UFC, and he went 4-0 entire in 2018 for example his time in LFA. He began his UFC debut with a bang when he knocked out Thiago Alves, then followed it up with conclusion wins Max Griffin and Siyar Bahadurzada. Overall, Millender has won nine straight fights and many believe he has the potential be a potential winner as a consequence of his size for the welterweight divison and his elite striking technique. Dos Santos (20-5) has gone 6-1 in the UFC and has not lost inside the Octagon since a split decision defeat Nicholas Dalby in his introduction. His last two conflicts were incredible as he showed off his awesome knockout power with barbarous wins over Sean Strickland and Luigi Vendramini. He’s already broken into the top-15 positions and could jump into the top-10 when he defeats Millender. This is a fight on paper that I could see either guy carrying. I honestly think it’s about as close to as even of a fight as you can get, and I’m expecting a Select’em line in the sportsbooks.
Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson vs. Anthony Pettis, UFC Fight Night Nashville
Former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis has decided to make the move up to welterweight, and he’ll make his debut in his new weight class against leading competition Stephen”Wonderboy” Thompson in what is an intriguing conflict between elite strikers. The set will meet in a UFC Fight Night card that has not been declared yet on March 23 at Nashville, Tennessee, according to a report from ESPN’s Ariel Helwani. The scribe reports which the bout has been verbally agreed to, and the UFC should announce it soon. Thompson (14-3-1) is 9-3-1 at the UFC and in his final outing lost a very controversial choice to Darren Till. He is just 1-2-1 in his past four fights, but it’s difficult to say he’s on a decrease when two of these non-victories came from UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, and his triumph over Jorge Masvidal revealed he is still a top fighter in 170lbs. Pettis (21-8) is 8-7 overall at the UFC and in his final fight was TKOed by Tony Ferguson in a 2018″Battle of the Year” contender. All of Pettis’ previous spells came in featherweight and lightweight so this move to welterweight is intriguing. Having said this, I don’t believe I could select Pettis here only based on all the damage he is accepted as of late and the reality Thompson is a natural welterweight. Look for Thompson to start as a solid favorite here.
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