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Alexander Munoz vs Carl Deaton 7/15/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Alexander Munoz vs Carl Deaton 7/15/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Carl Deaton III vs. Alexander Munoz, a match in the lightweight class, follows Holly Holm vs. Mayra Bueno Silva in the preliminary round. Munoz has lost two fights in a row in the Octagon, and this is his first fight in 27 months. Deaton III just suffered a loss on short notice in his first match. On Saturday, July 15, 2023, at UFC Vegas 77, Carl Deaton and Alexander Munoz will face off in the Octagon. Munoz is at -135 in the starting odds, while Deaton is at +110.

After two consecutive losses and a 27-month break, Alexander Munoz (6-2) enters this battle. He disclosed that he had been out for all these months because of a second ACL rupture and was taking the necessary time to get better. He will face Carl Deaton III this weekend, fully recovered and prepared to seek his maiden octagon triumph.

6-2-0 is Alexander Munoz’s record. 33-year-old is 155 lbs. and is 5’10” tall. The 33-year-old is 5’9″ tall and weighs 155 pounds. The arm span of the switch fighter is 72″. Carl “The Anishinaabe Kid” Deaton is 57″ tall and weighs 155 pounds, according to his measurements. 

The orthodox boxer enters the Octagon with a 17-6-0 (2 NC) record. 33-year-old possesses a 69-inch reach. Alexander Munoz connects on 3.96 significant strikes per minute, while Carl Deaton scores 0.10 significant strikes per minute. Munoz scores on 43% of his attempts at big strikes, while Deaton is scoring on 8%. Munoz takes 5.49 important blows per minute in self-defense, but “The Anishinaabe Kid” only takes 0.20. Deaton blocks 75% of the shots sent to him, whereas Munoz deflects 52% of the critical blows directed at him.

Since he can score a takedown three times out of every three rounds, Alexander Munoz averages more takedowns in the cage. When Munoz tries to take his opponent to the mat, he succeeds 39% of the time and fails 15% of the time. Deaton successfully thwarts 33% of the attacks against him while putting opponents down on 15% of his attempted takedowns. Regarding submission attempts, Munoz attempts 0.5 subs every three rounds, whereas Deaton attempts 0.6 reserves every three rounds.

In his last match, Alexander Munoz faced Luis Pena, who he ultimately lost to by split decision in round three. Pena threw 195 total blows in that battle, 90 successful. Munoz prevailed in this bout, connecting on 82 of 172 total blows. Pena managed to land 90 of 195 critical strikes, giving him a rate of 46%. He ultimately succeeded in connecting 74 of 171 significant headshots.

Conversely, Munoz scored 80 of 169 or 47% of his essential blows. He had 40 of the 110 serious hits aimed at the head. 97% of Pena’s big hits and 96% of Munoz’s significant impacts were launched from a distance.

Alexander Munoz vs Carl Deaton 7/15/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Carl Deaton faced Joe Solecki in his final battle, which he ultimately lost in round two via rear-naked choke. Deaton ultimately connected on all the critical strikes he attempted from a distance, but Solecki only managed to land 50% of the significant strikes he tried. Deaton was only successful on 1 out of 12 essential strikes, or 8% of his attempts. He made ten serious head blows, one of which was successful. In the game, Solecki hit on two of the eight crucial swings. He connected on one. Six serious blows were targeted at the head. Regarding total strikes thrown, Solecki finished with 49 of 67 hits, and Deaton finished with 13 of 29 hits.

On short notice, Carl Deaton III (17-6) entered his first match against Joe Solecki on a two-match winning streak that included victories over Justin Jaynes, a former UFC fighter. 

Unfortunately, his battle with Solecki proved too much to handle; he was submitted via rear-naked choke in round two. He will now face Team Alpha Male’s Alexander Munoz to secure his first victory inside the cage.

Alexander Munoz vs Carl Deaton. Alexander Munoz made a name for himself when he defeated Nick Newell in the Contender Series. He subsequently quickly battled Nasrat Haqparast, a difficult opponent, which he finally lost. This duel will be his first fight in 27 months following surgery for an ACL tear, and he is still winless in the UFC.

Due to his wrestling history and Team Alpha Male affiliation, he will want to succeed as Joe Solecki did in Deaton III’s first bout. He could go in there and finally earn his first victory in his UFC career if the ring rust doesn’t bother him after being away for so long.

Prediction: Alexander Munoz: -192, Over 2.5 Rounds: -235

Location: UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada

Date: Saturday, July 15, 2023

Main Card: 10:00 PM ET

Prelims: 6:00 PM ET

Watch on: ESPN and ESPN+


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