2019年10月04日 category : 未分類 

The Octagon heads to Yubileyny Sports Palace at St. Petersburg, Russia on April 20 for UFC Fight Night 149, along with the card is Now Beginning to shape up.

Though the UFC has not formally announced the subsequent bouts, many media sources have reported themand it is expected the UFC makes them official shortly. Here are my ideas on the initial three famous struggles for UFC St. Petersburg.
Alistair Overeem vs. Alexander Volkov, UFC Fight Night 149
The main event of UFC Fight Night 149 is scheduled to be a five-round heavyweight bout between Alistair Overeem and Alexander Volkov. Denis Geyko broke the news. Overeem (44-17, 1 NC) is 9-6 overall in the UFC and is coming off of a TKO win over Sergey Pavlovich. Volkov (30-7) is currently 4-1 in the UFC and is coming from a shocking last-second KO loss to Derrick Lewis. Prior to that he had been on a six-fight win series and was nearing name contention. Had Volkov lasted only 10 more minutes against Lewis he likely would have been battling for a title by now. I’m hoping people forget just how near Volkov was to winning that struggle, and perhaps he will be the dog here against Overeem because he is coming from a knockout win. I just don’t believe Overeem’s chin could be trusted against a long, skinny and powerful striker like Volkov, and that I lean towards the Russian within this one.
Sergey Pavlovich vs. Marcelo Golm, UFC Fight Night 149
A fun heavyweight fight between Sergey Pavlovich and Marcelo Golm will even take place on this card. Via MMADNL, Igor Lazorin broke news. Pavlovich (12-1) was undefeated as a pro with the majority of his wins coming by knockout until he himself was knocked out by Overeem in his UFC debut. This has been too much of a step up for Pavlovich and the UFC is finally giving him a more favorable matchup in his home nation. Golm (6-2) completed Christian Colombo in his Octagon introduction but has since dropped conclusions to Arjan Bhullar and Tim Johnson. Golm just has not been notable in the UFC whatsoever and although Pavlovich didn’t look good against Overeem he has several advantages in this fight. I expect the Russian to be a fairly big favorite to receive his hands raised as a result.
Roxanne Modafferi vs. Antonina Shevchenko, UFC Fight Night 149
And lastly, women’s flyweights Roxanne Modafferi and Antonina are put to fight at this function. MyMMANews.com broke the fight first. Modafferi (22-15) is 1-3 complete from the UFC and is coming off of a decision loss to Sijara Eubanks. She has had a bit of a career revival since moving to flyweight, but is obviously at an athletic drawback in this matchup. Shevchenko (7-0) is the sister of UFC flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko and she’s so far 1-0 in the Octagon with a decision win over Ji Yeon Kim. This is a very favorable matchup for Shevchenko over someone who can’t match her in the striking and that I expect her to acquire a clear decision in this one. Look for her to be a big preferred to collect the win.
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