Preliminary Card | Featherweight · 145 lbs | MMA
Locks 12.05.2020, 6:00 PM ET
|13-0-0||Pro Record At Fight||14-3-0|
|Last 5 Fights|
|Ingushetia, Russia||Fighting out of||Clarksville, Tennessee|
|26 years, 9 months, 3 weeks, 3 days||Age at Fight||32 years, 5 months, 4 weeks|
|146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs)||Latest Weight||146.0 lbs (66.2 kgs)|
|5'7" (170cm)||Height||5'9" (175cm)|
|72.5" (184cm)||Reach||70.5" (179cm)|
Tiger Muay Thai
Fight Club Nart (Primary)
|Gym||SSF Submission Academy|
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Evloev vs. Landwehr Fight Predictions
11.28.2020 | 12:26 PM ET
11.28.2020 | 12:57 PM ET
I think that's a difficult question to answer since this is such an individual sport, and a fighters mentality and confidence can change from fight to fight. I think mentally he'll be ready, but "tactically" it's hard to say.
There are some fighters, like Tony and Khabib, who have said many times before that they focus mainly on training their own skills and not focus too much about the opponents. I think they have just insane confidence in their individual styles that they crafted and the skills they posses, they probably truly do feel like they can fight anyone, any time, any place.
Jack might be taking that same approach, just focus in on taking his current toolbox and sharpening all the tools he normally uses and then trying to just win the fight either on the fly, or see what the coaches came up with for him in the time they had to study the new opponent. I just don't know what Jack does in the weeks leading up to the fight - does he have the time to drill and go over scenarios for certain tactics, or is he one of those guys that just does some basic workouts and padwork drills to cut all the weight? We also don't know if his travel and all the COVID guidelines affect any of his preparation. Too many variables to get through, and this isn't a PPV so we don't even get an embedded to try and get some clarity on this.
11.28.2020 | 5:07 PM ET
Marvin Vettori, TKO, R2
A lot better of Hermansson vs Holland, great matchup! They're both great wrestlers, i think Jack has the better ground game, but Marvin has the better striking game, hard to predict but i think Vettori can use his great takedown defence to stay on the feet and beat Hermansson with striking.