Todd Duffee (@1.8) vs Jeff Hughes (@2.0)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Todd Duffee will win

Todd Duffee – Jeff Hughes Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 21:30

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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.

In February 2012 Duffee signed an exclusive four-fight deal with Super Fight League, India's first professional Mixed Martial Arts fighting league launched and owned by Raj Kundra & Sanjay Dutt.[19] He faced fellow UFC veteran Neil Grove on the SFL's second show held on April 7, 2012.[20] He won via TKO after just 34 seconds in the first round, following up a right-hook that dropped Grove with heavy ground-and-pound. After the fight he thanked his training partners at the American Kickboxing Academy and credited them with helping him through a rough training camp, and stated that he is looking to fight again as soon as possible, adding that he "missed this". Duffee was appealing to promoters on Twitter for fights in both MMA and Professional Boxing but none came to fruition by the time of SFL's next event. Shortly after his win, with SFL taking a 4-month break until their next event it was revealed that Duffee would be allowed to fight outside of the organization that summer if he could find fights.

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Duffee and SFL agreed his departure in September and he returned to free agency. Duffee was originally announced to fight at SFL 4 on September 29 against former UFC title contender Jeff Monson but after the event was pushed back twice the SFL decided to change the structure of their shows, with weekly events replacing monthly events.

The issue with me for MacDonald is that he tends to not hold any defense. Ultimately, he seems well rounded and has a solid endurance and ability to keep the fight where he wants it. While Im hoping he has worked to remedy this, that will be an issue against someone with as good striking as Gutierrez. 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.

Hubbard mainly has decisions in his background and uses volume and quick movement to get there. grappler match, he got pieced up on the feet as well. Fellow striker and replacement fighter Austin Hubbard (10-3, 0-1 UFC) took the short straw against Davi Ramos, but survived until the final bell with the world-class jiu-jitsu fighter. The issue for me was that even though he was in a striker vs.

Just glancing at prior opponents and single UFC match, I have to lean with Prepolecs venture into the 170-pounder territory. On top of that, he has the better wrestling and much more developed power and technical striking. This should actually be a really entertaining fight as we have two strikers who love to stand and bang and are both desparate for their first Octagon victory.

Todd Duffee vs Jeff Hughes

However, when DREAM, a promotion based out of Japan, was unable to secure an opponent for former Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion Alistair Overeem in DREAM's first Heavyweight Championship bout at Dynamite!!, Duffee had his manager throw his name in the mix of potentials for the bout. As the bout started Duffee charged in very aggressively flurrying punches to no avail, and the veteran Overeem stayed calm and landed a knee that rocked Duffee then followed by punches that put Duffee out cold at 19 seconds of the first round. Overeem brought Duffee in for his training camp in preparation for his UFC debut vs. Less than two weeks before the event, he was officially named to take on Overeem in the title fight, leaving him very little time to prepare, but an opportunity to fight a big name in the sport. Duffee said after the fight that he respected Overeem's ability but felt that if he had sufficient time to train and prepare that it would have been a completely different outcome. After his release from the UFC, Duffee was scheduled to compete in Titan FC at the beginning of 2011.

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. 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.

However, Duffee was then pulled from that match and instead was matched up against Tim Hague at UFC 102.[7] Duffee set the record for the fastest KO in UFC heavyweight history (0:07) after flooring Hague with a stiff jab and rendering him unconscious with follow-up ground and pound. Duffee was set to make his UFC debut against Mostapha al-Turk at UFC 99 until the UFC pulled Duffee from the fight. Duffee was replaced by Mirko Filipovi.[6] He was next announced by the UFC to face fellow UFC newcomer Mike Russow.

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