18 May, 2023
Andre Fialho vs Joaquin Buckley Free Pick, Predictions UFC Vegas 73 Odds
by Doc’s Sports
Andre Fialho vs Joaquin Buckley
UFC Vegas 73
UFC Apex in Las Vegas, NV
Saturday, May 20, 2023On Saturday, May 20, 2023, Andre Fialho and Joaquin Buckley will face off in the Octagon at UFC Vegas 73. The odds place Fialho at +175 while placing Buckley at -225.
The 16-6-0 (1 NC) record of Andre Fialho’s career stands at stake. The 29-year-old, who weighs 170 pounds and is 6’0,” climbs onto the scale. The orthodox combatant increases his reach by 74.” Joaquin “New Mansa” Buckley weighs 170 pounds and stands at 5’10”. The southpaw athlete enters the ring with a record of 15-6-0. The 29-year-old’s arms are 76 inches long. Andre Fialho connects on 3.17 significant strikes per minute, while Joaquin Buckley scores 3.87 significant strikes per minute. Fialho connects on 38% of his significant strikes, while Buckley is making 32%. Fialho permits 6.22 important attacks per minute whereas “New Mansa” absorbs 3.53 in terms of defense. Additionally, Fialho stops 46% of the important hits that his opponents try to land on him, whereas Buckley parries 55% of the blows that are directed at him.
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73 UFC VegasFialho, AndréOpening odds for Joaquin Buckley: +175 -225
16-6-0 (1 NC) record15-6-0 Average 8:08-9:29 (fight time)
Reach 74″ 76″ Height 6’0″ 5’10” Weight 170 lbs. 170 lbs. Strikes Landed Per MinuteStriking Accuracy 3.17 3.87 38% 32%
Andre Fialho is not as effective a wrestler in the grappling department; he achieves a takedown 0.30 times every 15 minutes. Fialho is completing 0% of his takedown attempts, while defending 71% of those that his opponents have attempted. On 30% of his takedown attempts, Buckley succeeds, and 66% of the ones made against him are unsuccessful. Fialho is less adept at going for the finish when it comes to attempting 0.5 submissions every three rounds, while Buckley aims for 0.7 submissions every three rounds.
Andre Fialho lost to Muslim Salikhov in his most recent match after receiving a wheel kick to the head in round 3. Out of the 123 total strikes Salikhov released for this match, 77 were successful. Fialho ended the battle having connected on 29 of his total 80 blows. Salikhov ultimately managed to land 56 out of 95 major strikes, giving him a percentage of 58%. Of the 70 significant head strikes he made, 38 were successful. On the other hand, Fialho managed to land 17 of 66 important strikes, or 25% of the total he threw. He made 10 of 55 strikes that were targeted towards the head, which is a significant strike accuracy. Salikhov connected on 62% of the significant hits, and Fialho connected on 82% of them, all from a distance.
Joaquin Buckley faced Chris Curtis in his final bout, which he lost after taking a hit to the head in the second round. While Buckley succeeded in landing 96% of the important blows he attempted at a distance, Curtis was only able to land 80% of his significant attempts. By completing 50 of 163 significant strikes, Buckley succeeded on 30% of his attempts. Of the 134 significant head strikes he made, 27 were successful. In the bout, Curtis ultimately connected on 36 of 87 major punches. Of those serious blows, 25 of his 72 hits were directed at the head. In terms of total strikes thrown in that bout, Curtis connected on 36 of 87, whereas Buckley was 50 of 163 overall.
You should also pay attention to the bout between Michael Johnson and Diego Ferreira in the Octagon. Ferreira has a 17-5-0 record going into this fight. The 38-year-old is 5’9″ tall and weighs 155 pounds. The traditional combatant reaches 74.” Johnson is listed as being 5’10” tall and 155 pounds. The southpaw fighter aims to improve on his current 22-18-0 record. The 36-year-old increases his radius to 73. When it comes to grappling, Michael Johnson and Diego Ferreira each manage to take their opponents down 0.47 times every three rounds. In terms of striking, Ferreira averages 4.67 strikes per minute and connects on 37% of his throws. Michael Johnson, who is fighting alongside him in the Octagon, tags his opponent on 38% of his attacks and connects on 4.27 times per minute.
If you’re going to be watching the fights, be sure to see Viacheslav Borshchev’s matchup with Hayisaer Maheshate in the Octagon. Maheshate enters the Octagon with a 9-2-0 record. The 23-year-old is 6 feet tall and weighs 155 pounds. The arm span of the traditional fighter is 71″. With a height of 5’11”, Borshchev weighs 155 lbs. The fighter’s record is 6-3-0 in orthodox combat. The 31-year-old has a 69-inch reach. In terms of wrestling, Hayisaer Maheshate stops 45% of the takedown attempts made by his opponents and completes 0% of his takedown attempts. Borshchev fails to take down opponents on 0% of his attempts while successfully stopping 31% of takedown attempts made against him. Maheshate is striking at a rate of 2.59 strikes per minute while landing 3.33 strikes per minute. Borshchev, however, is averaging 3.29 strikes per minute and connecting on 3.36 of them.
Who will triumph in the UFC battle tonight?
Take Joaquin Buckley (-225)