Chas Skelly (@2.1) vs Jordan Griffin (@1.72)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Jordan Griffin will win

Chas Skelly – Jordan Griffin Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 17:40

Based on that and their respective records, I like Hubbard here. Not going to lie, both of these men turned in such forgettable debuts that its hard to have faith in my assessment of their abilities. I actually had to go back and read what I wrote about them to jog my memory. Beyond having the stronger strength of schedule, he can hold his own on the feet and sports some wrestling chops in his back pocket to throw off Prepolecs striking.

Dos Santos, he was defeated via stoppage in the second round when he fought Jason Knight. At UFC 211: Miocic vs. The Korean Zombie by submission. In his last time out, Skelly was defeated in the second round against Bobby Moffett by submission. A few fights ago, Skelly earned a victory in the second round when he fought Chris Gruetzemacher at UFC Fight Night: Bermudez vs.

While he has demonstrated overall skill, he is an easy fighter to outwork with volume in a fight and has trouble consistently landing takedowns. On top of that, he has been able to secure 10 submissions in his pro career, along with three knockouts. Chas Skelly (17-4, 6-4 UFC) has cemented himself as an entertaining brawler on the feet with D1 wrestling to back it up.

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The gameplan to beating Demolidor is simple. The hype behind him only got larger when he knocked out Danny Roberts in his debut in just over a minute. All you have to do is wait for him to gas, which he will do, sometimes even in the first round. Michel Pereira (22-9, 1-0 UFC) made headlines even on the regional scene with his wild striking style, complete with spin kicks and superman punches and everything else you could ever imagine.

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The Native Psycho will look to show his skills here against the late replacement newcomer. After a first round submission in the Contender Series, Jordan Griffin lost his debut in a decision to Dan Age after being floored by the wrestling of Ige. Despite spending his match with Ige on his back, Griffin fired off no shortage of submission attempts but was still unable to close the show. Griffin is an offensive force in every area, holding 5 knockouts with his power and another 8 submissions.

He has a total of 9 fights in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Walking into the Octagon for this matchup, Chas "The Scrapper" Skelly has a total of 17 wins and 4 losses in the division. With 172 significant strikes, he ranks 282nd in the UFC and 36th in the division. The Team Takedown fighter competes in the featherweight division and has a 72.5" reach. In regards to strike accuracy, he is connecting on 55.0% of the shots he throws which has him sitting at 20th in the featherweight division and 194th in the UFC. The 34 year old out of Arlington, TX is 5'11" inches tall and weighs 145 lbs. In addition, Skelly ranks 13th in the featherweight division and 138th in the UFC with a total of 11 takedowns. Sitting at 27th in the division and 238th in the UFC, Skelly completes 39.3% of his takedown attempts. Skelly ranks 46th in the division for significant strikes directed at the midsection with 21 and 34th for significant strikes directed at the head with 146. In regards to strikes, Skelly is 259th out of all fighters in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and 35th in the division with 276.

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Ultimately, he seems well rounded and has a solid endurance and ability to keep the fight where he wants it. The UFC debut for Ryan MacDonald (10-1, 0-1 UFC) went south fast against Chris Gutierrez, where he was picked apart by the striking of Gutierrez. While Im hoping he has worked to remedy this, that will be an issue against someone with as good striking as Gutierrez. The issue with me for MacDonald is that he tends to not hold any defense.

Miles Johns (8-0) is a fucking savage, in the words of bossman Dana White himself. Fun-size Yoel has incredible wrestling, but his power and boxing really surprised me in his Contender Series match, where he dropped his opponent on numerous occasions. Wrestling is really the name of the game for Johns though, as he fought off every takedown from his jiu-jitsu credentialed opponent and then put in his own work.

I like everything I have seen from Azure and the first instance of his top control will be more than enough to take the wind from Katonas sails. The wrestling of Azure alone makes me more than willing to pick him in this matchup. He also has great submission skills and is also fighting out of the MMA Lab in my very own Phoenix, Arizona. Thats not to mention his speed and movement on the feet and pure volume.

I think he is very underrated and has a lot of potential going forward. Louis Smolka (15-6, 6-6 UFC) came into the Octagon with a string of losses that got him released. After growing a lot after his time off from the UFC he came back with a massive victory. He did falter to an triangle from Matt Schnell, but he remains an incredible finisher and entertaining prospect. He has cleaned up his gas tank concerns and his ground game will be his main advantage.

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The gas tank is the biggest problem for Duffee, but he has a simple solution: dont let the fight take that long. After more than four years away from the cage, Todd Duffee (9-3, 3-2 UFC) will be making his way back into the Octagon. Duffee is the definition of a fighter who lives and dies by the sword, with every win AND every loss by knockout, normally inside the first round.

Honda did well with counters and clipping his opponent with power shots, but showed some issues when he is being pressured. On top of that, his ground game was tremendously exposed and even a semi-decent wrestler will be able to get the drop on Sergey. A wild and fun fight with Rostem Akman gave Sergey Khandozkho (27-5, 1-0 UFC) a win inside the UFC.