UFC on ESPN+ : Assuncao vs. Moraes II Predictions

The UFC and ESPN hit a home run in their debut card to kick off their five year partnership. Now, they look to keep the momentum going as they head to Fortaleza, Brazil with an excellent Bantamweight rematch of Raphael Assuncao and Marlon Moraes headlining the card. The winner should be in line for a…

UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Predictions

A week after a thrilling UFC 224 card in Brazil, which featured eleven finishes, the UFC heads further down South America to Chile. This will be the promotions first event in Chile and outside of Brazil, the second market in South America the UFC has attempted to tap into. Headlining the event, is a pair…

UFC Fight Night 119: Machida vs. Brunson Predictions

The UFC is back in action, as UFC Fight Night 119 marks the second of eleven UFC events in eleven consecutive weeks. Headlining the card is the return of the Dragon, Lyoto Machida. The former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion has been shelved for the past two years with a suspension and will need to shake…

UFC 214: Cormier vs. Jones II Predictions

The Biggest and Baddest UFC card this year has finally arrived! On paper, UFC 214 is can’t miss. From the prelims to the main card, every fight should be fireworks. I mean, we got THREE TITLE FIGHTS! Headlining the card is one the most anticipated rematches in UFC History as UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Daniel…

UFC 211: Stipe Miocic vs. Junior Dos Santos II

It’s been a rare and long lull between UFC action, but the wait has only built up the excitement for this banger of a card. On paper, UFC 211 is the best card the UFC has put together all year and it all goes does down in Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Arena. Headlining the…

UFC on Fox 21: Maia vs. Condit Predictions

After an unbelievably epic UFC 202 fight card, the UFC is back in action a week later on big Fox. Headlining the card is a Welterweight showdown between contenders Demian Maia and Carlos Condit. For Maia, a win over Condit all but guarantees a title shot (After Stephen Thompson). It would mark his six consecutive victory,…

UFC 198: Survivor Game

I’m on some streak now! I absolutely loved Kyoji Horiguchi against Neil Seery, as he is just above and beyond better than the veteran. Seery is a tough dude, but Horiguchi is elite in my opinion. Let’s not talk about my upset pick though, as Struve absolutely starched Antonio Silva. I rarely say this too,…