UFC 184: Fight Night Bonus Predictions for Rousey vs. Zingano Fight Card

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The categorical eventuality for UFC 184 featuring women’s bantamweight champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano has a makings of a rival and energetic scrap. That’s not anything we’re used to observant about a Rousey bout, though Zingano‘s strength, ability and integrity creates some turn of doubt about a underline bout. 

In my preview, we picked Rousey to win, though we don’t design it to be easy. There should be some moving moments during stand-up encounters, though eventually a quarrel will go to a ground, and that’s where a Rowdy one is still unmatched. 

The reason this quarrel will be a many stirring in Rousey‘s career is given of Zingano‘s ability to hoop herself on a ground. The initial time this conflict spills to a mat, Rousey won’t have her approach utterly as quick as she does in other bouts.

The champion will eventually get a acquiescence victory; though on a way, Rousey and Zingano will paint a masterpiece that wins both women a reward for Fight of a Night. 

As a leader of an glorious scrap, Rousey is also my collect for one of a Performance of a Night bonuses. On Thursday, Rousey pronounced she indispensable to win on Saturday night to means pricey tickets to see Floyd Mayweather Jr. take on Manny Pacquiao on May 2, per TMZ

After her reward haul, Rousey should be means to buy a sheet and some beverages for a “Fight of a Century.”

Picks per Mazique

Ellenberger Will Claim a other POTN


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When Jake “The Juggernaut” Ellenberger and Josh “Kos” Koscheck collide, someone is going to get knocked out. My gamble is that Ellenberger will be a one station when this one is over. Both group are on three-fight losing streaks, though Koscheck is also traffic with a layoff. He hasn’t fought given Nov. 2013.

To supplement to a discouraging situation, Koscheck is entrance off dual infamous KO defeats that would lead we to trust he’ll be some-more receptive to another such setback. Kos is 37 years old, and Ellenberger is still one of a heaviest handed fighters in a welterweight division.

Per Mike Bohn of MMA Junkie, Ellenberger says he thinks Koscheck competence only be looking for a paycheck in this one. Kos denied those allegations saying: 

“That’s his opinion, though we don’t need a UFC income to make it. we have several businesses set up. What kind of event is it to come behind and get your face kick in only for a paycheck? That’s not me.”

Whatever a case, it all adds adult to a losing regulation for Koscheck and a height for Ellenberger to gleam with a highlight-reel KO. This one competence not get out of a initial round. If it doesn’t, it could be a quick $50,000 for a Juggernaut.

 

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