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LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT
Ryan Bader (27-5) vs Vadim Nemkov (12-2)
- Bader rides a 7 fight win streak, and is 8 fights unbeaten
- 28 year old Nemkov is riding a 6 fight win streak
- They have a common opponent in former champ Phil Davis, and both beat him by split decision (Bader twice by SD). These 3 are 21-5 Davis’ only losses in his past 12 fights. Davis recently scored a finish win over the last competitor to beat Nemov (King Karl Albrektsson) and is rumored to be fighting Lyoto Machida (in a years-later rematch) who’d lost to former MW champ Mouasi in a close fight after retiring Chael Sonnen with flying knees the fight prior.
- Nemkov’s last 4 wins came against future/former MMA champs
- 2 fights ago Bader sparked Nemkov’s mentor Fedor Emelianenko to win the HW tournament (and vacant HW belt formerly held by current no2 contender 22-1 Vitaly Minakov). His last bout was a no contest vs lineal Bellator HW champ Cheik Kongo (who’d given then lineal champ Vitaly Minakov his first career defeat in a close fight).
Vadim uses multiple feints, circling, and hands-to-feet/feet-to-hands combinations, coupled with powerful Sambo grappling. One of his best traits is the variations on combo’s he uses. He doesn’t repeat himself very often, other than coming down the middle with a straight right catch n’ counter to low kicks (although he’s shin-check capable if the angle isn’t there). Bader isn’t really a kicker, and that works out for him he won’t have to adjust his game majorly. Carvalho is a kicker, and he got owned practically every time he kicked low at the multiple-time combat sambo world champion.
Nemkov is quite the MMA-kickboxer, and his submission prowess is considerable, but he’s not invincible and Phil Davis had some moments in their fight, especially toward the end. Deep waters have been his undoing earlier in his career, and though the issue hasn’t re-emerged 25 minutes with Bader is going to be a new level of cardio-challenge for him if he can’t put major damage on early in the fight. The 28 year old will need to bring his best game ever, because Bader is capable of KO punches even with the lead hand, throws a very crisp 1-2 as well, and the way he throws his lead hook can look the same as when he’s going to shoot for a single or double until the last moment. Bader is more explosive than Davis, his stamina is excellent, and he doesn’t telegraph punches.
Nemkov’s low kicks might be a liability if Bader is waiting to catch and counter or grab a single/high crotch/knee tap TD or blast him back to the cage. If he keeps strikes below the knee the little bit of extra range could see him piling on damage that’ll impact Bader’s penetrating step as the fight goes on - without exposing himself to takedowns as much. Much like Marciano working the body/arms to win Nemkov needs to punish the legs and inhibit Bader’s movement, then come upstairs. His other best avenue to victory is snatching a submission in a scramble. He’s a protege of the greatest big-man scrambler in history Fedor Emelianenko, so although unlikely, a sub shouldn’t be counted out entirely from the equation especially early on before they’re really sweating heavily.
Bader’s best bet is a wrestlef\cking (if he can), blast double to the cage, stuff him, put his weight on him and work toward that wrist ride and bash him out like he did Linton Vassell at Penn State. If he can get the positions but Nemkov has too much in the chin department, he could still win via ‘Mitrioning’ (as he did to Matt at Mohegan Sun IIRC eating only 1 or 2 strikes in 15 minutes basically deserving three 10-8 or 10-7 rounds. Bader’s other best avenue to victory is that amazing lead hook/jab to wobble him and spring into wrestle/GnP mode, but Nekmov mixes his straight right and looping punches marvelously and loves to kick on the break as well as go hands-to-feet. He does some things like jab off the counter and mix in high kicks to keep the guard honest. Punching at him without a kick threat might be problematic. Reducing the factors speeds up Nemkov’s fight computer much as it has Fedor’s to this day. TO THIS DAY. Rampage doesn’t kick, Fedor just boxed him up like a champ.*
PREDICTION: Leaning Nemkov 55% to win best guess 3rd round stoppage for Nekmov, or a UD for Bader as they go deep in the 4th, 5th. If it goes the distance, it might be a fight where one of them wins the early rounds, the other the deep waters and the middle turning-point round is the decider. Nekmov comes out strong and keeps a pace, I think he’ll have a slight advantage early and it’ll come down to ‘can he put enough hurt on Bader in the first 3 to make sure getting drowned in the deep waters won’t possibly kill the win absent a finish?”
The winner of this is the no1 LHW on the planet with Jon Jones abandoning 205 for HW waters, although former HW Grand Prix finalist and lineal Rizin LHW champ Jiri Prochazka fighting someone amazing for the UFC title and winning could make a case, considering his prolonged success and finish rate.
WOMEN’S FEATHERWEIGHT BOUT
Julia Budd (13-3) vs Jessy Miele (9-3)
- 37 year old Budd had her 11 fight win streak snapped by Cris Cyborg in January. Prior to that she’d made 3 successful defenses of the inaugural Bellator wFW belt she’d won vs Marloes Coenen in 2017)
- 35 year old Miele is riding a 4 fight win streak, most recently defeating common Budd opponent Talita Nogueira (then 7-1) by split decision last October.
- Budd and Miele have another common opponent Charmaine Tweet (who Budd defeated and Miele lost to)
PREDICTION: I think Budd will prove too much, but if Miele can turn Julia on the cage when they inevitably end up clinching there and stuff the TD threat, she’d mostly have the front kicks and strong straight punches to worry about, and there are opportunities there, as Cyborg showed, using flurries of looping punches around the guard to counter Budd’s teep and stamp kicks at range. That’s a great way to close the gap, but it’s difficult to implement and takes great speed/cardio. Advantage Julia the Jewel, but not a given. Miele has been winning and were she not talented, she’d have lost badly to Nogueira.
Valentin Moldavsky (9-1) vs Roy Nelson (23-18)
- Moldavsky - a teammate/student of Fedor - rides a 4 fight win streak.
- Moldavsky’s only pro loss came by split decision to new ONE Championship signing Amir Aliakbari (currently 10-1, with his only loss coming to Mirko CroCop in the 2016 Rizin Openweight Grand Prix Finals which followed his semi-final defeat of Moldavsky)
- Nelson and Moldavsky have a common opponent in Javy Ayala - whom they both beat by UD. Ayala was Nelson’s last victory in the cage.
- Big Country Nelson comes in on a 4 fight losing streak (recently to Frank Mir, and previously to Mirko CroCop, Sergei Kharitonov and Matt Mitrione)
This fight should be a banger, because whatever youth and sambo takedown edge Moldavsky might bring to the table, Roy is extremely hard to keep down. Now a caveat to that would be Moldavsky training with the great Fedor, who was a famously hard GnP puncher. Fedor’s other team members all have great power striking on the ground so it’s possible Nelson if grounded can’t take the heat, but we’re talking Roy Nelson chin, it would have to be some mighty shots to get it done. FedorTeam members do love to bring GnP under the armpit in certain positional situation it should be noted. It’s the ones they don’t see that hurt the most (as Fedor found out vs Hendo ironically). I don’t think it’s likely Big Country can outwrestle Moldavsky, BUT I’m wrong a lot, and that has been his go-to of late, when the standup isn’t going his way.
John Salter (17-4) vs Andrew Kapel (15-6)
- Salter comes in off 2 wins (over Costello Van Steenis and Chidi Njokuani), and has only 1 defeat in his last 10 bouts (to former champ Rafael Lovato jr who retired undefeated at 10-0 due to health concerns following a title win over Gegard Mousasi
- In his 21 career bouts Salter has only been to decision once (in his last fight vs Van Steenis)
- Kapel rides a 5 fight win streak, his last loss coming to Taras Pikhunyk in Sep 2016. He’s won 7 of his last 8 bouts.
Kapel got a major HL reel stoppage against King Mo, smoothing in a fist when Mo caught a kick and looked to catch-n-counter. Salter is more apt to kick than keep it mostly hands like King Mo, and is a southpaw, but stylistically he will present a somewhat similar look, although he isn’t past prime like Lawal was by the time of that bout. Salter will pressure to the cage, and has both wrestling chops, and a bjj black belt to make life hell over there. Kapel wants to be wary of Salter’s varied striking, but also keenly tuned in to Salter’s setting up of cage-stuffing and even takedowns in open waters at times. Also, he should be wary of ending up on top of Salter on the ground, as dude can really slap some gnarly submissions on.
Both of these men are serious, but I think stylistically the advantage lies on Salter’s side. He’s an able striker (although the unpredictable and dynamic Van Steenis did outstrike him, and Lovato jr was competitive on the feet) but has a fully integrated skillset, and can take the fight where it needs to go (with the lone recent exception of Lovato jr who is a brilliant grappler on a level above). The winner of this bout is (by my measure) one of the two top contenders to the Mousasi/Lima winner along with 29-3 AnotolyTokov (who hasn’t been announced for a fight yet since the return to Bellator events started a few weeks ago). Machida lost the pre-Lovato-retirement title-shot eliminator to Mousasi that snapped his 4 fight streak, and is now newly confirmed to be fighting Phil Davis at LHW in September which I imagine is a LHW eliminator for the BadeNemkov winner, so he’s likely out of the MW picture for now.
Josh Hill (19-3) vs Erik Perez (19-7)
- Hill rides a 3 fight streak, and has wins in 5 of his last 6 bouts.
- Perez comes in off a loss to Toby Misech at B235, and had 5 straight wins prior.
- Perez is a UFC veteran who went 6-2 in the promotion.
At BW Raufeon Stots is now 14-1 he’s making some noise, James Gallagher and Cal Pacino are both coming into a presumable millionth-try re-booking on win streaks, and Hill wants to get in on that top contender action. Perez had momentum, but lost it vs Misech so a win here doesn’t really put him that deep in ‘the conversation’, especially once Horiguchi fights NYE in Rizin and then looks to recapture Bellator gold during Rizin’s usual early in the year break from events. Both of these competitors have a great deal of experience, and to differing degrees both can rise in the ranks with a good convincing win. If ever 2 guys wanted to get a monster highlight reel finish it’s this fight right here. Standing out at BW right now isn’t as easy as it once was.
Adam Piccolotti (12-3) vs Sidney Outlaw (14-4)
- AKA’s 31 year old Piccolotti comes in off a win over (then 7-2) Jake Smith. He’s won 3 of his last 4 bouts and is 8-3 in Bellator. His recent loss came by split decision to Benson Henderson (who recently had his win streak snapped by Iron Michael Chandler)
- ATT’s 28 year old Outlaw comes in off a short-notice knockout loss to Michael Chandler last December at Bellator Japan (he replaced Henderson). Prior to that he rode a 9 fight win streak.
Outlaw was looking nimble until Chandler slaughtered him and it was a short notice opportunity, but in spite of the late announcement for this bout these athletes often know to prepare for a certain timeframe when they aren’t replacements, I think we’ll see the best of Outlaw in the bout. Whether or not it’s enough to take out Piccolotti remains to be seen. Stylistically Outlaw has training partners with similar threats to Piccolotti, so this won’t be entirely unfamiliar ground he’s traversing….BUT ‘The Bomb’ does bring his own flavor, and he’s tricky in there from every position. Enough so he had Bendo in some real spots, and one does not simply put Bendo in bad spots. I’d lean toward Piccolotti possibly getting a sub, but it’s not a given at all maybe a 55-45% fight. Great booking, should be fireworks. We’lll find out in R1 if Outlaw can keep it upright and/or lay some damage on the feet before it’s grappletime.
Vladimir Tokov (5-0) vs Chris Gonzalez (4-0)
- Vladimir is a member of FedorTeam and the (much) younger brother of top MW contender Anatoloy Tokov (29-3)
- A sambo stylist, Vladimir is 5-0 as a pro, and went 1-1 as an amateur.
- Gonzales was a 2-0 amateur, and comes off the best win of his career over (then 7-1-1) Aaron McKenzie
Gonzalez could make a real statement with a win here. He’s going to have to navigate an energetic combat sambo attack to win. He should be wary of ever leaving his head or a limb out there in transitions, because Tokov is looking for them. With a victory, either would be putting himself in a position for a ranked opponent and LW is all fluid until Patricio either wins the FW tournament or loses and comes back to LW to defend his remaining belt. There’s a good chance Iron Michael Chandler goes to the UFC and Bendo/Patricky are coming off losses. The time is ripe for the new blood to make a statement and climb that ladder. The winner of this begins to do exactly that, although it’s just a start. Assuming it’s re-booked 2x contender (3 if we count Rizin) Patricky Pitbull fights Peter Queally later this year, and there are other factors out there like Soren Bak who’ll be making their own cases for an eventual shot.
This is the kind of fight that can earn either guy a big fight with the right performance. The way Bellator cultivates prospects they value undefeated clashes highly. With a dominant showing, either competitor could see himself facing a ‘name’ in his next bout.
SUPER-WELTERWEIGHT BOUT (175 lbs)
Yaroslav Amosov (23-0) vs Mark Lemminger (11-1 pro, 5-0 amateur)
ANALYSIS: On the longest (purely at pro) win streak in the promotion - by my measure Yaroslav ‘Dyanmo’ Amosov is second only to Lorenz Larkin in WW contendership. It’s probably safe to assume Bellator wants to book MVP (no3c) vs Larkin (no1c) to define the next WW challenger, and with 170 lbs king Douglas Lima moving to 185 lbs to take on Mousasi for Lovato jr’s vacant belt, Amosov finds himself against Mark Lemminger, who was briefly booked to fight undefeated Heir to the Fitch-throne offensive-wrestling extraordinaire Logan Storley earlier this year. Once Bellator events resumed Lemminger took out Jake Smith (then 7-3 pro, 7-3 amateur) a few weeks ago brutally in the 2nd round, and must have impressed the staff on style points, because here he is with a chance to leap into the upper top 10.
To put Amosov’s record into context, he had a pre UFC Khabib-esque rise in that a lot of his wins were against inexperienced opponents but as he stepped up he kept winning. He’s had I’d suggest 5-6 tough opponents, but he beat them all and looked like a boss doing it. For obvious reasons (not limited to, but including his win over Paul Daley, his charisma and HL reel style) MVP has a glow about him, but Amosov has been putting in some real work and a win here might see him fight Old Man Fitch should Jon win his upcoming fight in early Sep. Fitch is older, but still hasn’t lost since 2014 (albeit the lineal WSOF champ hasn’t fought that many bouts in that span).
THE WELTERWEIGHT LANDSCAPE:
Bellator is possibly ranking MVP above Amosov internally, but though he went 4-1 last year and finished on 3 dominant wins, MVP did get sparked by Phenom Lima and that does dent the momentum. I have the bracket Lima, Larkin, Amosov, MVP, Old Man Fitch, Semtex Daley, Koreshkov, and finally Sabah Homasi, Jason Jackson, and Judo Jim Wallhead in the highly competitive and fluctuating lower top-ten. A lot of fighters could make an argument for 7-10. I have Neiman Gracie outside the top 10 but if he beats Fitch in September he climbs his way into the mid rank discussion above Koreshkov, but below Daley IMO. Fitch would fall to the bottom of the bracket due to inactivity with a loss. With a win, Fitch ends up climbing by default if MVP/Larkin happens, as the loser would fall behind Daley. If Daley/Homasi is re-booked the winner could make a case to climb and definitely the loser drops way low.
PREDICTION: Amosov I think will be too much, but Lemminger has opportunities, he’s got experience, and Amosov’s wins weren’t all wall-to-wall dominations. Dynamo isn’t someone to easily out wrestle (as 3x national champ wrestler EZ Ed Ruth found out), so perhaps it comes down to Lemminger’s power with his hands (kicking is begging to be caught and countered/taken-down against the Ukrainan Sambo stylist) and how his power and ability to deliver it relates to Amosov’s chin which to this point is looking aces - that probably defines Lemminger’s chances at least generically. He’ll have seen Amosov and have an approach ready, this could be his big breakout win - there isn’t a longer pro-streak in the org than Dynamo’s, and being the guy who snaps it would propel Lemminger into the divisional stratosphere, maybe HE gets that fight with Fitch if Jon wins in Sep.
Weber Almeida (3-0) vs Salim Mukhidinov (7-4)
ANALYSIS: Almeida looked stunningly dynamic in his last bout, and gets a bit of a step up vs Salim Mukhidinov who’s more experienced than his previous opponents. That’s not to write Salim off though, the 26 year old Mukhidinov is coming off a split decision loss to one of Featherweight’s brightest prospects Cris ‘Sunshine’ Lencioni (7-2 pro, 8-0 amateur), in a fight where he represented himself admirably. Almeida is a special level of epic-looking even for a young highly touted prospect, a win for Salim puts him in the ‘rising prospect’ category, because the gent he’s fighting is one to look for, so he can steal some of that shine by dominating.
OTHER BOUTS ON THE CARD:
Lucas Brennan (2-0) vs Will Smith (3-1)
Lance Gibson Jr (3-0) vs Shane Kruchten (12-5)
SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT BOUT (150 lbs)
Vladyslav Parubchenko (16-1) vs John De Jesus (12-8)
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