The wait has nearly ended.
Ever since Nate Diaz called Jorge Masvidal to be the largest UFC gangster in the world, fans from all over the world have been battling with two of the worst guys on the planet. Diaz came back to Octagon in fine form in a decision win over Anthony Pettis in August, delivering blood and cuts classic brawler’s. Diaz’s been competing in the UFC for three long years, but he was certain that Heck didn’t fight like that.
Masvidal was one of the world’s hottest MMA stars after he gave the quickest knockout in UPC history over previously unbelieved Ben Askren in July, from his own hardcore fighting fan.
Now both of them will be competing for the first-ever (and only once) BMF Belt created specifically for the competition at Madison Square Garden in New York. It’s not bigger or better, except that the undercard is filled with even-seeking matches between stubborn competitors.
Never before has anything like that been scheduled for a pay-per-view UFC 244 on Saturday night, so all we could think of was to get Scott Harris, Kelsey McCarson and Jonathan Snowden’s B / R MMA team together to supply their BMF official forecasts to match such an excellent slate of melees.
Gregor Gillespie vs. Kevin Lee
The fight of two great wrestlers of MMA, here. Gillespie isn’t unfair to say next to Lee, but Lee isn’t the best fighter. During his days in the UFC and before, Gillespie was nothing short of dominant. Lee is on a different level, but this dominant line is on the middle. He’ll not do it here, because Lee’s going to have a very clear edge on her foot. This is how great the wrestling of Gillespie was.
Unanimous decision, Gillespie
Five years ago, Gillespie’s right where Lee was. He is an unbeaten prospect that many feel he has the ability to reach the top of the game. Lee nearly did so, after a few years of fighting for an interim title. Yet recently he really fought. All fighters are good fighters and they have shown their ability to make some really difficult bonds with their enemies. So far, Gillespie has steamed everybody and I think he’s a warrior who just marches all the way in the right direction. This week, I don’t believe change. He won’t dominate Lee, but I assume he will do enough to remain unbeatable.
Unanimous decision, Gillespie
Kevin Lee, who comes from Detroit to Las Vegas, was welcomed into the cult shortly after he dedicated myself entirely to mixed martial arts. His mentor, late Robert Follis, told me he could be a champion.
Such kinds of praise were not given by Follis lightly.
Until now, Lee did not reach the height expected by his mentor. He gave everything to it and brought it at the cusp of contention— but he dropped, losing his last four when the competition stiffened.
As Kelsey points out, Lee was just a few years ago, where Gillespie is. First of all, the former champion of NCAA increases the competition. Lee is the veteran benchmark, now fifteen fights on his UFC journey. Time is a circle, as they say.
Gillespie, unanimous decision
Stephen Thompson vs. Vicente Luque
The Wonderboy’s rose is blooming; in its last five, Thompson has one winless in four dates back to 2016. That could be more than just a matter of fact. The age (36) and ongoing and serious knee injuries are all concerned, along with its recent failure to pull the lever into live action. The hyper-aggression of Luque could play in favor of Thompson. But what else do you know? Perhaps not, too. The alarms ring up.
Luque, TKO, Rd. 1
The willingness of Thompson to land from a variety of sources gives him a stylistic advantage over Luque, a stalker with more aggressive power and who is throwing a lot of strikes to do it. Two years ago, Thompson’s last victory over Masvidal demonstrated how powerful it is when it is in its peak. He has lost two in a row as Luque gets into the hot stuff. Nonetheless, I want’ Wonderboy’ to take the ship right and get back into the winning column by pushing Luque to fight for Thompson.
Thomspon, unanimous decision
Thompson lost three out of four, including Kevin Lee. Including Lee, he struggled against pressure from the elite. In contrast to Lee, given to a monster to try to tease him, “Wonderboy” is in a stylistically good match. His battle to lose is that.
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