The UFC heads to Australia for the first time this season when it sets up shop in Perth for UFC 221. Although the card is far from the sexiest you will notice, there are still lots of persuasive bouts to stay diehard fans intrigued.
The main event features Yoel Romero and Luke Rockhold facing off. This bout was for the interim middleweight crown but after Romero failed to make weight, the name will only be online for Rockhold. The remaining portion of the card is filled with loads of hometown ability that’ll look to get the audience in Perth eager for their first event .
Yoel Romero vs Luke Rockhold
Romero (+120) is an athletic freak. Despite being 40 years old,”The Soldier of God” has more speed, ability and athleticism than fighters half his age. This is the base of Romero’s entire game. In the striking phase, the Cuban only begs and begs for his moment to burst into strikes. It functions exactly the same because of his wrestling. Romero is an Olympic wrestler and depends upon that skill set over any other but that he still prefers to property takedowns with explosiveness rather than grinding it out.
But, Romero has a gas tank. He is patient in the Octagon since he burns through his cardio extremely fast. You can see him visibly breathing after a significant explosion of movement. That’s why his entire game is built around controlled proportions of energy leading to controlling his competitor.
Not to be outdone, Rockhold (-150) is much more athletically gifted than 95 percent of those fighters in the UFC. The former winner is fast and powerful but uses his normal size benefit better than most in the branch, whether that’s working from range behind his left body and hook kick or dominating the leverage battle in the clinch. Offensively wrestling isn’t something Rockhold concentrates on — unless functioning from the clinch — he is one of the craftier submission fighters in the branch.
There are not many holes in Rockhold’s game. The only minor flaw which sticks out is his tendency to rely on particular strikes on the feet. He could rely too much on his left body and hook kick, telegraphing and giving a opportunity to get countered.
Romero is very harmful as they come but his cardio is not really there to compete with Rockhold. “The Soldier of God” can always land a KO shot — he’s proven that — but Rockhold’s clinch work will wear Romero down.
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