Pat Cummins vs Vieira by Stanioooo

That's a match between Patrick Cummins and Gian Villante(sorry I posted Vieira, but there's no option for Villante) during UFC at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in New York.


These two fighters are both from USA, but Villante is a homie from New York, so he will be much more supported by the crowd. Patrick Cummins enters this fight with a 9-4 record. He won his last match against Jan Blachowicz in April, so this will be his second for the year. Cummins is almost 37 years old, a well conditioned fighter who lies on his accurate striking ability. The main weakness of Cummins is that he struggles against pressure style fighters and has been knocked out in all four of his losses. When Cummins is allowed to relax in the octagon and pick his spots, he’s really effective and can breakdown his opponent.


Gian Villante enters this fight with a 15-7 record. Gian is 31 years old and he is a powerful striker with 10 knockout victories. Villante can wrestle very well and has never been finished on the canvas. He lost his last match against the Brazilian Mauricio Rua, but he's an amazing fighter and it was an expected loss. This will be his second fight in New York where the crowd love him and against a fighter from his level, maybe a little bit weaker.


I'm totally going with Gian Villante to win this one. Cummins has a lot of problems against athletic fighters who has that pressure style. Villante is much younger- almost 6 years difference and much more powerful fighter. With the support of the crowd I have no doubt we will be the winner of this match.


Best of luck!


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Gian Villante Marathonbet 1.64 10 1 LOST (-10 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
+5 -2
Comments (3)
Lipták Peterson
07/22/2017 - 16:21
No, it's not boxing.
UFC(ultimate fighting championship)-the biggest MMA organization in Northern America, so I think it's clearly now :))
07/22/2017 - 17:59
Even tho I agree with the tip, reasoning behind is wrong. Cummins is also a wrestler, not a fighter with accurate striking ability. He is actually pretty sloppy and not tehnical at all. Just look at his last fight against Blachowicz. Good thing is that Villante is also decent wrestler, with better stand up and solid KO power. How do you mean Villante was never finished? He lost to average Lawlor and in decline Shogun via KO and TKO. Also, years do not mean much in MMA, especially in heavier weight classes. Alot of fighters from LHW and HW reach their prime in late 30s. Good luck with the tip tho!
07/22/2017 - 18:37
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