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A pair of surging welterweights will do battle in the next bout, as wrestler Colby Covington takes on tough-as-nails Bryan Barberena. He wants to close the distance, get a hold of your body and drag you to the ground, where he can easily take advantage of you. His top game is heavy and full of pressure. He can smash you to oblivion with ground-and-pound or open you up to a submission. He will have to employ a sprawl-and-brawl game plan here, as he will want to keep this fight standing with Covington.
A rematch from the Philippines card that was cancelled is up next, as welterweights James Moontasri and Alex Morono finally meet up. These men are polar opposites. On one end you have Moontasri, a technical taekwondo practitioner who utilizes man techniques on the feet and can finish you with his precision striking. On the other end of the cage you have Morono, a workmanlike grappler who excels on the mat.
There, he uses good passes and submission attempts to open up for a finish. He can also throw some good leather on the ground as well. The problem Morono is going to run into is taking Moontasri down. Moontasri wins this bout on the feet. The lightweights are up next, as prospect Josh Emmett looks to keep his record intact against Scott Holtzman.
Emmett is a Team Alpha Male member fighting in front of his home gym crowd. He is undefeated thus far in his career, winning an equal amount of fights by finish and decision. As for Holtzman, he came into the UFC with a good deal of hype. Smith likes to brawl and is extremely aggressive from bell to bell. She has fought some of the best fighters in the world, including Cris Cyborg in her most recent outing, where she was downed in an valiant effort.
She will be met by a fight-fire-with-fire opponent, as Aldana also loves to bang on the feet. Her most recent affair saw her blast through Faith van Duin in an impressive showing. In what should be a massive firefight, I think Aldana outguns Smith in a potential Fight of the Night. Bantamweight pioneers are set to square off in a pivotal bout next, as Eddie Wineland looks to rebuff the efforts of Japanese fighter Takeya Mizugaki.
Both Wineland and Mizugaki like to strike, which is why this should produce fireworks. Of the two, Mizugaki is likely the more technical, while Wineland is clearly the more powerful striker.
In what should be fun while it lasts, Wineland scores a vicious knockout, re-establishing himself as a bantamweight contender. The flyweights are up next, as Olympic wrestler Fredy Serrano looks to recover from his first career loss against Mexican-American Hector Sandoval.
Serrano is a good, explosive athlete, that has done a good job so far in his short MMA career. He takes on Sandoval, another Team Alpha Male fighter on this card.
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Remove this prop from the element. For details, see https: Following a spectacular knockout in her return to the Octagon following a stint on "Dancing with the Stars," Paige VanZant will look to get her second win in a row as she fights in her adopted hometown of Sacramento against ultra exciting strawweight prospect Michelle Waterson. VanZant and Waterson have both proven to be non-stop, action-packed fighters, so this five-round main event promises to be a thrill ride from start to finish.
Gall got his wish and now he faces Northcutt in a welterweight bout live on FOX. The card will also showcase Urijah Faber in his final fight as "The California Kid" calls it a career in front of his hometown fans while going up against heavy-handed striker Brad Pickett.
In today's fantasy preview, we'll examine some of the key fights on the upcoming card from Sacramento to see who has the edge and if there might be an upset brewing at FOX UFC Fight Night: Michelle Waterson Since arriving in the UFC, Paige VanZant has remained one of the most enjoyable fighters to watch in the strawweight division, but what's been even more amazing to witness has been her evolution over the past couple years. While VanZant had to endure a lopsided thrashing from Rose Namajunas two fights ago, she never allowed that performance to deter her and she showed off some flashy new striking skills with a second round knockout over Bec Rawlings in her last trip to the Octagon.
VanZant has proven to be a pressure fighter in every sense of the world - whether she's attacking on the feet or mauling an opponent in the clinch, she's going to be aggressive from the start of this matchup until it's finished.
VanZant lands over three and a half significant strikes per minute while also hitting her opponents with incredible accuracy at over 53 percent. Mix in an underrated ground game where she's taking her opponents down at just under two times per 15 minutes and it's impossible to predict where VanZant will want to keep this fight. As for Waterson, she has a ton of veteran experience under her belt going into this matchup, with a dominant performance in her UFC debut in July of Unfortunately, Waterson has dealt with a lot of time off since then including a knee injury that prevented her from returning until more than a year later.
That means Waterson will be dealing with some ring rust when she steps into the Octagon on Saturday night. At her best, Waterson is a very effective striker with a slick submission game on the ground to match her kickboxing on the feet. Waterson isn't the biggest fighter in the world for the strawweight division, but that should help her conditioning for a fight that could go as long as 25 minutes.
Where VanZant can take advantage is by pushing the pace in the early going to find out just how ready Waterson will be after a month layoff.
VanZant rarely slows down throughout her performances, which means Waterson won't get much time to knock the ring rust loose before she's fending off attacks from her opponent.
By the time Waterson finally gets her edge back, VanZant could already be in complete control. Waterson has shown a tendency to put herself in bad situations for the sake of a better offensive position, but that can often backfire and that's exactly the kind of opening VanZant will look for to get the finish. Northcutt will obviously enter this fight with more Octagon experience, but he will be giving up some size going to welterweight instead of his chosen division at pounds.
The key for Northcutt to negate the size difference is to use his speed and accuracy to hurt Gall on the feet. Northcutt is a very awkward striker with a karate background similar to top ranked welterweight contender Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson, which means he'll come at his opponents from odd angles with techniques that aren't typically seen that often in MMA.
Gall has said time and again that he's excited to show off his striking inside the Octagon, but that's probably not his best bet in this fight. Gall will enjoy a two-inch reach advantage over Northcutt, but toying with him on the feet could be hazardous to his health. On the flipside, Gall is a tremendous grappler with high-level submission skills and that's been one area where Northcutt seems woefully underdeveloped.
As long as Gall doesn't try to prove something by standing and striking with Northcutt, he has to know taking this fight to the ground will be his best chance to get a victory. While Gall will certainly look to test his striking skills during this fight, at some point expect the New Jersey native to swoop inside and work to get Northcutt to the ground. From there, Gall should maintain complete control, not only because he has tremendous grappling skills, but he will still enjoy his size and power advantage on the mat as well.
While Northcutt has shown the ability to survive on the ground, Gall is incredibly active with his submission attack and if this fight hits the mat, it's only a matter of time until he latches on to some body part to put this one away.
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