Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje – UFC 249 – Tony Ferguson is a 36-years-old North American fighter with a 25-3 record.
Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje – UFC 249 –He has 12 victories by KO/TKO, 8 by submission and 5 by decision. Ferguson is my favourite fighter and he is someone that’s spectacular to watch.
He comes into this fight after 12 consecutive victories, and he was supposed to fight against Khabib for the title, but the coronavirus outbreak left Khabib stuck in Russia and the UFC owner Dana White booked Tony against Gaethje for the lightweight interim title.
It’s sad because that fight was already postponed 5 times and Tony really deserved this one, and despite thinking that he would lose, it was a fight that everyone wanted to see. Ferguson is a physical fighter, with great cardio and that attacks a lot and leaves his opponents in a very poor state.
Justin Gaethje is a North American 31-year-old fighter with a 21-2 record. He has 18 victories by KO/TKO, 1 by submission and 2 by decision.
Gaethje is a super aggressive fighter, with a lot of power in his hands, and that starts fights very well, with the proof of that being his 3 victories on the 1st round.
He comes into this fight on “short-notice” 12 days prior to the fight and he already tweeted that he was scared, but that he enjoyed that feeling.
He is a “striker” and the key aspect here is explaining that he prepares very well for fights and that isn’t a possibility here.
After 2 consecutive defeats, he is becoming more patient and more intelligent on his attacks. We will see what he brings here.
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Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje – UFC 249 – Betting Tips: :
I really believe Ferguson will win, despite the odds not being the best.
Ferguson has been training for 5 months to fight against Khabib but Gaethje is on a much worse position, since he just got called up for the fight, and he usually likes to have 2 or 3 months to prepare for a fight.
I think that Justin won’t be at 100% and unless he gets things done in the 1st round, he shouldn’t stand a chance.