In the Middleweight division, we have newcomer Alen Amedovski vs UFC veteran Krzysztof Jotko, in which should be a heavy hitting clash at the Yubileyny Sports Palace in Russia.
Alen comes in on an 8-fight career win streak, winning all of his fights by KO/TKO. Although Alen does have a few red flags here, Jotko has an undesirable chin and is prone to a knockout. Versus somebody with Amendovskis power, I worry Jotko might be served up his fourth consecutive loss.
In the Lightweight division, Rafael Fiziev will be making his UFC debut against after a successful KO in Titan Fighting Championship he has been called up to the big leagues. Making his debut against Magomed Mustafaev won’t be an easy one, but with much time spent away from the octagon for Magomed… I think Rafael has what it takes to get the job done this weekend.
6-0 professional career for Fiziev has seen him finish five out of six of those fights in the first round! Fiziev strikes very technical and packs some serious power behind it as well. His Muay Thai back is evident, with his stance and great clinch work resembling the Muay Thai style. I like Fiziev to impress in his UFC debut here and he might even take Magomed to his first decision fight. In fact, between both fighters, they have had 21 professional fights and none have gone to decision.