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UFC Fight Night 163 Picks and Predictions

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UFC FIGHT NIGHT 163 Free Picks and Analysis
After last Saturday for the BMF belt, with the President and the Rocks appearences, the UFC looks to follow up with a good fight night card where Zabit Magomedsharipov takes on Calvin Kattar in a featherweight bout.

Fight Card

Fight Night 163 Fight Card

Date:Sat, November 9th, 2:00 PM
Location:CSKA Arena
Watch on:ESPN+
Zabit-Magomedsharipov

-275

Zabit Magomedsharipov
vs
Calvin Kattar

+215

Calvin Kattar

The Fight:

At first planned for a month ago’s ESPN appear, this captivating conflict of Featherweights was moved here for undisclosed reasons and has now been chanced upon the headliner space following the rejecting of the battle between Junior Dos Santos and Alexander Volkov. You’d think that its elusive any fans who might guarantee these two don’t merit the spotlight, as they’ve both been on incredible runs and have a joined UFC record of 9-1.

The more prominent publicity in this battle has been on Zabit Magomedsharipov, he’s been pushed by the UFC and its commentators as a potential future victor since the day he went into the advancement, yet for some odd reason there’s a reasonable contention to make that Kattar has beaten the harder resistance. Zabit’s best win is Jeremy Stephens, and outside of that he’s just confronted periphery contenders, as a matter of fact through no flaw of his own.

Kattar then again has solid successes over Andre Fili, Shane Burgos and Ricardo Lamas, with a misfortune to the ultra-dubious Renato Moicano going along the way as well. ‘The Boston Finisher’ has been battling for over 10 years now, and at 31 years of age, this is in all likelihood his opportunity to break into the genuine tip top of the division. Will he have enough to beat Zabit?

PICK: Zabit Magomedsharipov -275

Why?

He has too much momentum and the skills to back it up

VOLKOV_ALEXANDER

-260

Alexander Volkov

VS

Greg Hardy

+220

greg hardy

Previous NFL player Greg Hardy is uncommon for a possibility in that UFC fans have been asking to see him abandoned basically since he made his full debut in the advancement in January. Normally most fans like to see possibilities fabricated gradually, yet Hardy is so detested because of his dubious foundation including aggressive behavior at home that the standard can fundamentally be tossed out of the window with regards to his treatment.

Sensibly, the UFC were presumably going to keep on building him gradually at any rate; he’s battled multiple times in 2019 as of now, beating Dmitry Smoliakov, Juan Adams and Ben Sosoli in to a great extent uneven, however not enormously noteworthy design in the wake of dropping his Octagon introduction to Allen Crowder by means of preclusion.

The main explanation we’re seeing him battle Alexander Volkov – a bonafide contender at Heavyweight who was inches from a title shot in 2018 – is on the grounds that he was happy to take the battle without prior warning Junior Dos Santos pulled back because of leg damage.

The Fight:

Greg Hardy finally has a test on his hands with a top ranked guy. I think this move up in competition will be a little too much for him. He hasn’t been doing mma for long enough. Volkov is a long veteran of the sport and I’m not sure Hardy even is close to this level yet

PICK: Alexander Volkov -260

Take Volkov on this one, he’s way more experienced and expected to win.

Zelim Imadaev

-210

Zelim Imadaev

VS

Danny Roberts

+170

ROBERTS_DANNY

This could well be the last possibility cantina for the two contenders; Zelim Imadaev was carried into the UFC with some promotion behind him following an unbeaten sudden spike in demand for the Russian circuit, yet wound up battling in his introduction against Max Griffin, especially on the ground. Britain’s Roberts in the mean time has lost his last two battles, and most as of late was KO’d in brutal design by Michel Pereira.

The probability is that this battle ought to be chosen by what Roberts looks like to play things. In spite of the fact that he’s all the more a striker than a grappler, ‘Hot cocoa’ is no amateur on the ground; he submitted Nathan Coy in his UFC debut and was additionally ready to outwork the dubious David Zawada in a battle loaded with scrambles and hooking trades.

Given the way that Imadaev battled such a great amount to anticipate the takedown against Griffin – another man known more for his striking than his hooking ability – at that point it’s unquestionably not out of the domain of plausibility that Roberts could hope to verify a takedown and maybe chase for an accommodation.

PICK: Zelim Imadaev -210

Bet on the Knockout on this one. Imadaev is too strong for Roberts, and he will get the job done.

Khadis_Ibragimov

-185

Khadis Ibragimov

VS

Ed Herman

+150

Ed herman

At long last at Light-Heavyweight, Ed Herman is back, going head to head with Khadis Ibragimov. Ibragimov lost his UFC debut, a late-see battle in China back in August, yet it’s about difficult to put all our money on Herman at this stage; he’s been in the UFC for a long time now and has taken crazy measures of discipline over his time.

PICK: Ed Herman +150

Why?

Ed Herman has proven to be durable. Lets go with the long time veteran on the upset.

anthony rocco

+130

Anthony Rocco Martin

VS

Ramazan Emeev

-160

EMEEV_RAMAZAN

It’s been quite a while since we last observed Ramazan Emeev; the Dagestani is 3-0 in the UFC, yet hasn’t battled in over a year because of a blend of wounds and Visa issues. A ground-breaking striker, Emeev has a great record and hasn’t tasted rout since 2014, yet this is an entirely significant advance up in rivalry for him.

Anthony Rocco Martin was most recently seen in an intense misfortune to Demian Maia. ‘Rocco’ was not able stop the ace grappler in the initial two adjusts and afterward just couldn’t do what’s needed to complete the Brazilian in the third round. Outside of that however, he’s been immaculate at 170lbs, vanquishing Jake Matthews with his ground-breaking catching game and utilizing his striking to beat Sergio Moraes and Ryan Laflare.

Looked with a striker as incredible as Emeev, all things considered, Martin will need to force his will on the Dagestani by taking him to the ground, as opposed to standing and exchanging with him. ‘Gorets’ is certifiably not a complete learner on the ground – he got away from some perilous situations in his battle with Alberto Mina – yet Martin is an amazingly gifted grappler fit for taking out everything except the best on the tangle.

PICK: Ramazan Emeev -160

Why?

From my experience, it’s hard to bet against these Dagestani fighters.

shamil gamzatov

-210

Shamil Gamzatov

VS

Klidson Farias de Abreu

+170

klidson-farias-de-abreu

I’m not exactly sure how this Light-Heavyweight session has made the primary card; Shamil Gamzatov resembles an interesting possibility at 13-0, however while Klidson Abreu grabbed his first UFC win in July over Sam Alvey, he was serenely beaten by Magomed Ankalaev back in February and Ankalaev is battling on this present show’s undercard against another hot possibility in Dalcha Lungiambula. At any rate, ideally this battle will be more engaging than the Ankalaev/Abreu tilt was.

That battle to a great extent observed Ankalaev utilize his ground-breaking tackling game to pound Abreu down for an obvious choice, and truth be told, I could without much of a stretch see something very similar occurring in this battle. Gamzatov’s feature reel seems to show a super-forceful striker who tosses with genuine power, yet in fact his experience is increasingly founded on his catching game. In the same way as other of his kindred Dagestani contenders, he’s a specialist in Sambo and has the same number of accommodation wins (5) to his name as he does knockouts.

PICK: Shamil Gamzatov -210

Why?

Again must I state, It’s hard for me to bet against those Dagestani wrestlers. Pick this win by decision for more juice.

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