Ovince Saint Preux grabbed just his second career submission at UFC Nashville on Saturday, but that wasn't the only statistical oddity that stood out. Richard Mann is back for a full stats-based breakdown.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter fighting his way to a perfect record in WSOF, Gaethje will take his talents to the big show and will attempt to work his way up in a tough lightweight division. The 28-year-old is an exciting fighter and could draw a big fight within the next few months.
Fantasy AnalysisAkhmedov has been with the UFC since 2013 and has faced some key names such as Gunnar Nelson and Sergio Moraes, but has been largely inconsistent over the last few years. The American Top Team product will have an experience advantage, though momentum lands on the side of Alhassan, who is 7-0 in his career with a 100 percent KO/TKO rate.
Fantasy AnalysisAlhassan has been on a tear since getting into the fight game, starting his career 7-0 with a 100 percent KO/TKO rate. He'll take on a UFC veteran in Akhmedov, who is 4-3 under the UFC banner, but lost two of his last three bouts. If Alhassan can keep his stoppage streak going, he won't be scheduled on the prelims for much longer.
Fantasy AnalysisWallhead (29-10) dropped his debut back in September in a split-decision loss to Jessin Ayari. Chagas (14-2-1) is making just his third UFC appearance and has also yet to record a win.
Fantasy AnalysisChagas, who has a 14-2-1 record as a fighter, is making his third appearance in the Octagon while Wallhead (29-10) is still looking for his first UFC victory. The fight is now the 11th bout on the night.
Fantasy AnalysisKlose took care of business in his UFC debut last January, putting his striking on display in a decision victory over Devin Powell. The promotion will waste no time in challenging the 29-year-old, matching him up against one of their top lightweight prospects in Diakiese. Klose's undefeated record will now be on the line in his toughest test to date.
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