We are excited to know what will be happened in upcoming UFC Fight night 135 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln. See who picked who below…
Justin Gaethje versus James Vick
Gaethje’s hostile style has at long last begun to make up for lost time with him in his last two battles, both of which prompted him being ceased by strikes.
Vick is a dangerous fighter in his own privilege, however, holding a physical advantage as far as his tallness and reach, while he’s additionally the harder, more specialized boxer of the two.
Justin Gaethje to win by Technical knockout in Round 4.
Michael Johnson versus Andre Fili
Johnson is the more athletic built with quicker hands and places more into his punches, however, truly that additional effort implies he’s the more inclined to feel burnt out on the two.
Fili could have a slightly preferred position if the battle goes to the tangle, yet I believe it’s Johnson’s work on the feet that will choose this one, prompting a win on the scorecards to break his losing streak finally.
Michael Johnson to win by knockout or referee decision.
Jake Ellenberger versus Bryan Barberena
Ellenberger truly needs to get a win the match to stay in UFC, having just won twice in his last ten appearances in the Octagon.
Ellenberger still hits hard however and has strong wrestling on the off chance that he utilizes it, yet I think the young, fresher, and hungry Barberena has the striking aptitudes and capacity to make match difficult for the veteran, prompting a stoppage because of strikes in the second round.
Bryan Barberena to win by Technical knockout in Round 3.
Cortney Casey versus Angela Hill
Casey is the harder-hitter of the two, however, I think Hill is the speedier, more agile boxer on the feet and her development and quick paced style will be the huge distinction between them, empowering her to pile on more decisive strikes throughout 15 minutes to rise with her hand raised at the end.
Angela Hill to win by judge’s decision.
John Moraga versus Deiveson Figueiredo
Figueiredo is at present be the harder-hitter here taking a shot at the counter and furthermore has great accommodation abilities as well, yet he’ll be managing an insightful contender in Moraga who is balanced himself and ought to arrive at a higher clasp on the feet and have the capacity to deal with himself on the tangle as ell.
This is a very close one and could be Figueiredo’s chance to sparkle, however, I’ll take Moraga to edge him out and assert a win.
John Moraga to win by knockout.
Eryk Anders versus Tim Williams
This is the main event of the night with Anders came second in his last match another main event against Machida, while Williams was knocked out in his first Octagon trip of the career.
All things considered, it’s difficult to call this out. This may be a battle to get Anders back to winning ways and I figure he’ll do that, keeping Williams from getting the battle to the tangle and rebuffing him on the feet, prompting a knockout.
Eryk Anders to win by Knocked out in round 2.