Joe Duffy coming in with such a favoured line was quite a surprise. Ok, so Marcs record from the outset looks like he should be faded but what has Joe Duffy shown us in recent fight’s that would compromise Marcs striking game plan? Joe has looked like a former shell of himself after once being known as the guy that beat Conor McGregor. Marc has been dealt some very tough outings in his previous few fights, Daniel Hooker and Nasrat Haqparast are no joke and losses to them aren’t something Marc should be ashamed of.
Gunnar Nelson is one of the UFC’s most dangerous ground specialist’s so when I saw this opening line it did jump right out at me, when Gunnar win’s a fight it’s almost certain to come by way of submission so anybody ever laying money down with Gunnar would be smart to get that extra juice and back him to win by submission. Today as I write this article (Tuesday) there are currently no prop lines available so hold tight until books release them but I will be taking a very close look at Gunnar to win by submission without a doubt!
Home town boy Nathaniel Wood steps into the octagon on a 7 fight win streak finishing them all via TKO or submission. The only advantage I see Jose having would be his toughness, other than that Nathaniel out classes him in every aspect. He might find himself with another submission or knockout victory here most probably in the first or second round with what seems to be a showcase fight for Nathaniel.
Cashing as the underdog in his previous fight by totally outclassing Andre Ewell through three rounds finally ending the fight by read naked choke, he now steps in as a huge favourite holding onto an undefeated record in London. The wider range of skills combined with the home town advantage will for sure give Nathaniel the opportunity to impress fans worldwide once again.