UFC Fight Night 57 goes down this Saturday night from Austin, Texas.
A pivotal battle in the featherweight division headlines the event, as former UFC Lightweight Champion Frankie Edgar takes on Cub Swanson.
UFC Fight Night 57 Kountermove Preview
The image below is all of the prices of fighters in the UFC Fight Night 57 Kountermove games. If you are interested in playing and unsure of whom to pick for your five, we will give you a bit of our insight.
If you have never played Kountermove before, it’s very simple — you have $25,000 to spend. To make the most of your money, you will more than likely not be able to take more than one favorite. With a team of five, you will look to stay at about a $5,000 average
Luke Barnatt ($5200) – Coming off his lone defeat on his professional MMA record, Barnatt will likely come into this bout with a bang. His opponent Roger Navarez is also coming off a loss and was undefeated prior to that. They are both in the same boat, but my money’s on Barnatt.
Doo Ho Choi ($5100) – Even though this is Choi’s UFC debut, he comes in on a nine-fight winning streak. His opponent, Juan Manuel Puig has fought once inside the Octagon and it was a first round knockout loss to Adriano Martins at the TUF 19 Finale. Choi is known for his knockout power, in fact, on this nine-fight winning streak, seven of his nine victories have come via TKO or KO.
Isaac Vallie-Flagg ($4600) – The Jackson’s MMA fighter may have lost his last two fights, but this bout against Matt Wiman plays right into the 36-year-old’s game. Both combatants like to throw and bang, and Vallie-Flagg has beaten some of the best that stand in front of him, like Yves Edwards.
Bobby Green ($4700) – Green was expected to take on Donald Cerrone, however that bout got changed up due to the signing of Eddie Alvarez. This bout with Edson Barboza is an interesting one with Green coming in on paper as a slight underdog. He is currently riding an eight-fight winning streak, so him being an underdog against the Brazilian is a shock. Green doesn’t just step in the cage to fight, he steps in the cage to finish.
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