UFC Fight Night Sandhagen vs Dillashaw is all set to be one of the best UFC events of the year. People are especially excited to see how the Sandhagen vs Dillashaw fight plays out. However, apart from that, there are a plethora of other good fights happening at the Preliminary card as well. One such fight is the Bantamweight clash between Julio Arce and Andre Ewell.
Arce is coming into this fight on the back of a hard-fought loss against Hakeem Dawodu at UFC 244. This was Arce’s second loss in 3 fights and the fighter will look to get back to winning ways when he faces Ewell. Arce has an impressive MMA record of (16-4) however his UFC career has not been great till now (3-2).
Therefore, the fighter would love to get a victory at UFC Vegas 32 and move up the bantamweight division. When it comes to Andre Ewell, the fighter is also coming into this fight on the back of a loss. ‘Mr. Highlight’ last faced Chris Gutierrez at UFC 258 and lost via a unanimous decision.
Ewell has had a similar UFC career to Arce and has a UFC record of (4-3). Both fighters have not been in substantial form and would love to prove their worth when they step inside the Octagon this weekend.
Julio Arce vs Andre Ewell: Analysis
Many people believe Julio Arce to be the slight favorite in his fight against Andre Ewell. It might seem weird as Arce is the shorter fighter and will suffer from a height and reach disadvantage to Ewell. The fighter also hasn’t competed in the Octagon for lost 2 years now and yet is still considered the favorite to win against Ewell.
This is because Arce is a tremendous kickboxer and has the grappling ability to deal with Ewell. And even though Ewell has shown great attacking prowess, his defense hasn’t been great at times. This could be problematic against someone like Arce whose only concern could be the lack of fighting in recent times.
Final Prediction: Julio Arce wins via unanimous decision.
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