UFC Vegas 40 predictions

The most exciting and thrilling UFC event is to take place on October 16. In which famous UFC fighters can inflict some damage on their opponents for their victory. Lets tell you about the Fight TV predictions for this event. Note: Full details and details about this event are available on Fight TV. If you haven't read them, you can visit the Fight TV blog now to find out more about UFC 40 and the world's exciting news.  As you know, with Holly Holm out of the commission, Aspen Laud will make his featherweight debut against Norma Dumont on the latest card inside the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada this week (October 16, 2021). ۔ Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Erlovsky will face the growing possibility of Carlos Felipe at the UFC Vegas 40 co-host event. First let's talk that 185 pounds: Andrew Sanchez vs. Bruno Silva:  If you look at Andrew Sanchez's (12-6) career, he has managed to beat only two of his last four, including a Wellington Termin bonus-winning knockout. That momentum did not last long, as he was defeated five months later by Makhdoom Muradov. El Dirte, on the other hand, will enter the field with Bruno Silva (20-6). Bruno Silva scored 17 knockouts as a professional. "Blendado" entered the UFC against Alexander Schlemenko and Artem Frulov, for a failed drug test with a delay of only two years. He made up for the lost time in his debut last June, defeating Wellington Tourman for the fifth consecutive knockout. According to Fight TV: Sanchez is a well-rounded ground specialist who exploits Silva's limited take-down defense and sloppy striking offense with his toolset. Sanchez just lacks the stability to take the win. Silva only needs to open a little to drop the hammer, and Sanchez has a long history of separation during the fight. If Sanchez wins, he does so by moving his boat early and often without wrapping his feet or in a position to handle Silva's terrifying ground and pounds. On the contrary, Silva will throw him out somewhere around the midpoint Prediction: Silva through the second round of technical knockouts.


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