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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is delivering thirsty MMA fans a five-round slobberknocker between 145-pound knockout artists Calvin Kattar and Josh Emmett, who will spend 25 minutes (or less) pounding each other's heads in until one of them falls out. Their featherweight bout is the main event of the upcoming UFC Austin event, which will be live on ESPN tomorrow night (Saturday, June 18, 2022) from the Moody Center in Austin, Texas.
Even though "Blessed" is one of the greatest featherweight champions in history, Calvin Kattar lost a lot of momentum when he fought Max Holloway, because Kattar was beaten pillar-to-post for a full 25 minutes at UFC on ABC, to the point where promotion president Dana White was afraid "The Boston Finisher" would walk out of the cage and die. Though bookies had "The Boston Finisher" at +200 in his rematch with Giga Chikadze, a fight Kattar won by unanimous decision, he didn't... and neither did his career. Under the UFC banner, the Boston native is now 7-3 and ranked No. 4 in the official rankings. That puts him three slots ahead of Emmett, who has won four in a row and has two unpleasant finishes.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will stage its debut event in the brand-new Moody Center on Saturday, June 18, 2022, for the first time since 2018. The main event will feature a Featherweight bout between No. 4-ranked challenger Calvin Kattar and No. 7-seeded Josh Emmett, which is likely to be exciting. Cowboy Cerrone finally faces fellow veteran Joe Lauzon in the co-main event at UFC Austin, while respected veteran Tim Means challenges fan favorite Kevin Holland one bout before.
The fact that this featherweight title fight matches accuracy versus power appeals to me. After the Holloway thrashing, Kattar claims to be the best boxer in the 145-pound weight class, which may be questionable. Although his aggregate metrics were impacted by the loss, he still outperformed Emmett in terms of strikes landed and striking accuracy. That doesn't give you carte blanche to stand-and-trade with the Californian. Emmett has just three knockouts in his eight UFC victories, but he has scored a knockdown in each of his previous seven fights. That's a scary figure, and it should be a red signal for any standup fighter, including Kattar. Both combatants had outstanding high school wrestling careers — Emmett went on to Menlo College under the NAIA before graduating in 2010 — but I doubt we'll see them again.
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For 95% of their time in the Octagon, the outcome of Donald Cerrone vs. Joe Lauzon would have been evident. As the combinations piled up and Lauzon's historically bad gas tank wore out, Cerrone would withstand Lauzon's early onslaught and gradually take control with the inevitability of an avalanche. That first part appears to be less certain these days. Cerrone has always been a sluggish starter, but he's proven more unable to rebound and retain his cool under pressure. It's one thing to get blasted by top lightweight challenger Justin Gaethje and former 155-pound champion Conor McGregor. Another is succumbing to Alex Morono's punches, who's only other (T)KO finish in the past six years was a ground-and-pound defeat of Zak Ottow.