Ariane Lipski (@1.5) vs Priscila Cachoeira (@2.62)

Our Prediction:

Ariane Lipski will win

Ariane Lipski – Priscila Cachoeira Match Prediction | 16-11-2019 20:00

Violence Queen is an incredibly successful kick boxer with serious one-punch power. Ariane Lipski (11-4, 0-1 UFC) came into her UFC debut as one of the biggest female prospects but lost in decision to Joanne Calderwood in January. After a poor switch to MMA resulting in a 2-3 record in her first five fights, she put on a 9-fight win streak that got her into the worlds biggest MMA promotion. On top of her kickboxing, Lipski has a serviceable ground game on top and on her back that has provided her with two submissions and some ground beatings that hurt me just watching.

With that being said, Winn gives up an enormous 7-inch (or 5, depending on your source) height advantage. While Winn may not be a submission threat, he is a ground specialist as good as they come. If 2018 taught us anything about MMA, its the importance of wrestling. However, Winn is used to being the smaller man in the cage and his wrestling acumen will either wear out or finish the pure striker.

He got knocked out by Justin Willis, and although everyone at 265 pounds can make you go night-night, Willis is not one of the hand cannons of the division. Despite showing that his biggest weakness is his chin, the UFC has repeatedly thrown him up against the heaviest hitters they can find. After that, they gave him to Greg Hardy, but Crowder got lucky with a DQ victory. Pretty Boy has gotten his success because of his ability to mix his abilities, using striking along with wrestling to get the job done. I feel bad for Allen Crowder (10-3, 1-1 UFC).

The path to victory for Crowder is the same as in the Hardy fight: use his wrestling to get the fight away from danger. The issue is that Crowder has a worrying tendency of getting hit, which is a huge problem from someone with the strength and force of Jair. However, Jairs skill level in opponents is honestly abysmal and even the raw athleticism of Crowder could wear him out. If he can avoid the heavy shots, he should be able to work into a victory.

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Dan Ige (11-2, 3-1 UFC) is hot off a first round win over Danny Henry in March. Before submitting Henry in the last match, Ige dropped him with a heavy right. Ige has a punishing top game when he wrestles and a ruthless drive whenever he gets the back. His wrestling and submissions have given him a lot of success, but dont forget about his power. The only loss he suffered was his debut against Julio Arce where he was soundly outboxed to a decision. Dynamite made his way to the UFC off of the Contender Series and has a well-rounded game.

Kevin Aguilar (17-1, 2-0 UFC) came into the UFC after an insane war on the Contender Series. Aguilar is a boxer who is as good as they come with amazing combinations and striking, plus a power that has earned him 10 knockouts. The Angel of Death most recently overcame the wrestling of Barzola by stuffing pretty much every takedown attempt and then piecing him apart to get his victory.

Silva became the M-1 champ last June and defended it once. Blindado is a striker with brutal stopping power, finishing 16 of his fights with knockouts. On the feet, Silva is as dangerous as they come, but his weakness is on the ground, taking all of his losses (except one DQ) by submission. Silva has a killer right hand and loves to throw a flying knee whenever he has the chance. Bruno Silva (19-6) is our other debuting fighter and this one hails from Brazil.

The heavy hitter facing Crowder here will be Jairzinho Rozenstruik (7-0, 1-0 UFC). Bigi Boy makes his money as a knockout artist, finishing all but one of his professional fights in brutal knockout. His UFC debut was no different as he finished off Junior Albini early in the second round. Still, thats Albini, one of the weakest fighters in the UFC Heavyweight division, so Rozenstruiks level of talent remains to be seen. Another element of his game entirely untested is his ground game, which could be exploited.

Anderson dos Santos (20-7, 0-1 UFC) lost his debut in decision to Nad Narimani in a striking bout. Berinja has 12 wins in submission but was unable to take advantage of that in the Narimani match. Instead, he was picked apart on the feet. Dos Santos has a nice chin on himself but his defense leaves too much able to clip him right in the noggin.

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Between the four first round ground and pound finishes, elite wrestling, and stout (even a tad chubby) frame make Winn every bit the embodiment of the Heavyweight champ. Once again, we have another dreaded D-D-D-DOUBLE DEBUT!!! Deron Winn (5-0) has been a long-time pupil of Daniel Cormier and it shows. Winn has been fighting top rung competition for a while now, competing in Bellator and beat vet Tom Lawlor at the Liddell Ortiz III card on Golden Boy. Much like Cormier, The three-time NCAA All-American gets things done with his wrestling and it has proved entirelydominant to this point.

Ewells skill in the sport comes from his 511 frame at 135 pounds, which is absolutely ludicrous. Highlight is a jack of all trades, but master of none with decent BJJ/wrestling and 7 knockouts to boost his record. Andre Ewell (14-5, 1-1 UFC) is coming off a submission loss to Nathaniel Wood last December, which followed his controversial split decision win over Renan Barao. Mr.