Analysis of the most important fights of the UFC FIGHT ISLAND Event

Analysis of the most important fights of the UFC FIGHT ISLAND Event

Analysis of the most important fights of the UFC FIGHT ISLAND Event

Calvin Kattar  vs Dan Ige 

The main event of the night fight, the fighters are well prepared for this battle, and the winner of this battle will jump at least two places in the rankings, in particular Dan, ranked 10th in the featherweight, and the advantage in fighting on the stand will be for Calvin expected to finish the fight without going to the referees' decision, but in the ground battle, it is expected that Dan is the one who has the advantage of either finishing the fight by submission or going to the referees' decision.

Tim Elliott  vs Ryan Benoit 

They have lost all of their last fights, and Tim may have his last fight in the UFC if he loses this fight, but Ryan, although his record fluctuates in the UFC, has an advantage in ending the battle by knockout.

Jimmie Rivera  vs Cody Stamann 

Both lost from Stirling, are very similar in the way of fighting, where both have the ability to read the opponent for a long time may reach the entire round, and the expected in this fight is to end with the referees' decision for one of them.

Abdul Razak Alhassan  vs Mounir Lazzez 

Between them 18 knockouts, a very interesting fight, from the fights expected to be the winner of the fight of night, sniper Mounir Lazzez is considered one of the best fighters in the Middle East where he is very popular in the region, but this fight is considered the hardest fight in his life for two reasons.

The first is the pressure and tension because it is his opening fight in the ufc, which affects his performance on the cage.

The second is the strength of the competitor, Abdul Razak, who has experience on the ufc cage, where he has won in the last three fights, two technical knockout wins and a knockout victory.

John Phillips  vs Khamzat Chimaev 

John has four fights in the UFC with one win and three losses, and on the other side Khamzat fights for the first time in the UFC.

Although Khamzat has fought six battles in his unbeaten career, watching him fight, especially in the Brave Combat Federation, knows he is a real monster and has the opportunity to compete for a UFC title, and he trains with Gustafsson and Latifi, two prominent figures in the UFC.

His winning percentage in this battle may be as high as 80 per cent or more.

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