UFC on ESPN 6: Reyes vs Weidman Odds and Picks

The TD Garden will sponsor the UFC October 18, this Friday night. Headlining UFC around ESPN 6 in Boston is a tilt in the light heavyweight division between Dominick”The Devastator” Reyes and Chris”The All-American” Weidman, who’s making his light heavyweight debut. Although the All-American is currently arriving back in +145, the Devastator is a favored in this particular bout.
Weidman (+145) is getting the jump into the light heavyweight division after falling four of the last five fights by knockout at middleweight, although his only win was a entry triumph over Kelvin Gastelum. Meanwhile, the Reyes (-175) is looking to keep his perfect 11-0 record intact. Recently, a success was scored by the Devastator in March over Volkan Oezdemir.
With half of his 11 pro successes end in knockouts , the 29-year-old Reyes is very strong and has great power in his hands. He mixes his strikes with kicks to maintain his opponents. Reyes’ conditioning can be pretty good and he retains a high pace late. In terms of the All-American, his impressive has really improved over the years, but his bread and butter remains his wrestling because he averages 3.76 takedowns a 15 minutes. On the floor, he’s a fantastic job passing guard and working with a entry.
The road to success for Weidman is getting the fight but Reyes stuffs 85 percent of takedown attempts and was just taken October down once in a bout vs Ovince Saint Preux. Meanwhile, the All-American was knocked out in all four of the losses and that is the method of victory for Reyes.
This fight was designed to happen in the main occasion for UFC Fight Night 159 in Mexico City four months ago, however a accidental eye sip on Jeremy Stephens resulted in the struggle. Rodriguez (–130) is 7-1 in the UFC with his only loss coming from doctor stoppage from Frankie Edgar at UFC 211 at 2017. Stephens (EVEN) is looking for his first win since February 2018, coming away back-to-back losses to Jose Aldo and Zabit Magomedsharipov.
“Lil’ Heathen” likes to stalk his rivals and look to allow his heavy hands fly. The fighter does not necessarily set this up well also really loads up on his right hand, but he puts his rivals in a poor way when it lands. As for”El Pantera,” he has tremendous kicks and he’s long, wild and creative. This ingenuity was on full screen past November when he landed an upward elbow by a really strange angle.
This is a matchup between a kickboxer that is inventive and a thick brawler. Locate a spot for his hand and he will have to corner Rodriguez if Stephens wants to secure a success. El Pantera could find success at long distance with his head kicks or turning strikes.
Hardy (-335) is searching for his third win in a row at the Octagon plus a third directly first-round knockout also. “The Prince of War” lost his UFC debut to Allen Crowder due to the illegal knee disqualification, but he has rattled off two consecutive knockouts since then. On the other side, this is going to be the UFC introduction for Australian-born Ben Sosoli (+255). “Seki” appeared season 3 Dana White’s?? Tuesday Night Contender Series at August but the fight ended in a no contest from a casual eye .
Hardy, the former NFL star, is an fighter who storms right in his opponents looking to land his hands. Long punches who have enormous power throw but he does not keep his hands which leaves him vulnerable to counters. As he overextends his cries this is an issue. Sosoli looks to allow his hands fly and will back down his opponents. Of his seven specialist wins, six have come by knockout, and that he does well in exchanges that were near, moving his head off the centerline when projecting punches that were heavy.
Hardy will have a large height and reach advantage and when he could use it in order to maintain Sosoli at bay, then he should have some achievement. Seki’s head movement will be intriguing as Hardy’s cries tend to get overextended and lengthy, therefore he could put the Prince of War in trouble, that he could prevent the strike and fire .
Octagon veteran Joe”J-Lau” Lauzon (+150) is intending to set a stop to his three-fight decreasing slip and pick up his first win since January 2017. He frees Jonathan Pearce (-185) into the Octagon which makes his??debut. Pearce earned a UFC contract with his own knockout victory over Jacob Rosales at July at Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series.
Lauzon is as 17 of the 27 pro wins have ended in that manner, but his very best attack is in the entry game. His shield is quite bad although like to test himself at the striking match with his 13, he does and he has been knocked out three occasions, including in his last two fights. Pearce is a tiny striker, projecting everything with goals that are bad, with lots of flying and kisses stairs. The 27-year-old will tend to telegraph his strikes a bit before he throws them by loading up and that he opens his arms??up enabling for direct punches out of his opponents.
Despite Lauzon history, he is somewhat well-rounded and very seasoned. As two of his three losses have been submissions if J-Lau is able to receive the fight Pearce might be in trouble. Furthermore, the punches of Lauzon are inclined to be directly and he may find a way to sneak through Pearce’s defense.
Maycee”The Future” Barber (-150) lays her perfect 7-0 record online as she eyes her third straight triumph in the Octagon. Six are endings, including four TKO wins. Looking to bring a reduction to Barber’s record is Gillian”The Savage” Robertson (+120), who’s seeking her third consecutive win.
The Future has strong striking and showed her off resiliency inside her last bout, getting dropped a few occasions by J.J. Aldrich prior to earning a TKO victory in the next round. Barber showed gaps inside her striking, when throwing a strike, which captured her often dropping her hands. In terms of the Savage,??she’s a more individual fighter that looks for her opportunity to bring the battle instead of getting into a exchange. When she makes a takedown, she weighs heavy and has a ground and pound.
This is actually the first time that Barber has faced somebody who’ll actively look to take the battle. The Future will have an edge on the toes and includes a 100 per cent takedown defense so far. On the other hand, the Savage has earned a minumum of one takedown in each of her five fights from the Octagon and has finished her opponent in a few of these bouts.
Winn (-140) creates his second walk to the Octagon trying to remain undefeated and proceed to 7-0. He made his debut in June against Eric Spicely and secured a success. Opposing Winn is Stewart (+110), who’s entering the Octagon to the ninth time and is looking for his second two-fight win streak. “The Dentist” struggled in the early phases of his UFC career, going 0-3 with one no competition in his first four fights, but has gone 3-1 in his last four.
He has tremendous power and also has a right that is really good he cries although winn is little to the division at five-foot-six. He is quite competitive and can continue to keep a high rate, projecting 169 strikes . Meanwhile, the Stewart has good kicks and good footwork, constantly bouncing about on the outside before lunging in using a spinning attack or a good leg kick.
Although Stewart constantly showboats??and rebounds around the outside, he does not have a lot of output, averaging only 32 strikes over his last two fights that went the distance, using a mean of 2.76 considerable strikes per second within his UFC career. Meanwhile, Winn averaged 11.27 significant strikes per minute in his introduction against Eric Spicely so it’ll be interesting to learn how Stewart handles that type of fight where he must throw his handson. Winn has great wrestling, though it hasn’t been shown and Stewart has been shot last 28, down eight times against Edmen Shahbazyan.
Here’s a look at all matchups and chances on ESPN 6: Reyes vs Weidman:
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