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Joanderson Brito vs Westin Wilson 7/1/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Joanderson Brito vs Westin Wilson 7/1/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

With about between Joanderson Brito and promotional newcomer Westin Wilson in the featherweight division, UFC Vegas 76: Sean Strickland vs. Abus Magomedov gets things rolling on the preliminary card. Wilson has won in the past three matches after making his short-notice debut, while Brito is coming off back-to-back victories. 

When he fights short-notice newcomer, Justin Wilson, Joanderson Brito (14-3-1) is hoping for his third straight stoppage victory after two straight ones. Due to an injury, Brito had to withdraw from his bout against Khusein Askhabov, initially scheduled. 

The Rising Force: Joanderson Brito’s Explosive Fighting Preview

 In terms of extensive experience, Brito enjoys a considerable advantage. In 18 professional MMA matches, he has competed and won 14. Conversely, Wilson has participated in 23 professional MMA matches, winning 16 of them. Brito will prevail over Wilson thanks to his prior octagon expertise.

Joanderson Brito vs Westin Wilson 7/1/2023 Analysis, Game Tips and Picks

Wilson’s skill set is less diverse than Brito’s. Brito possesses a proficient ground game and is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Additionally, he is a skilled striker who frequently wins via knockout. Wilson, meanwhile, specializes in grappling and only possesses a few striking abilities. It will be challenging for Wilson to expose a vulnerability in Brito’s game because of his versatility in the ring.

As he approaches this event, Brito is on a two-fight winning run. In October last year, he defeated Lucas Alexander with a first-round rear naked choke submission. His fighting record lists 14 victories, including two decisions, six knockouts, and six submits. His 14 wins have included nine first-round finishes. He also suffers one defeat in each category.

“Tubarao” has a 50 percent striking accuracy and a 70 percent takedown accuracy. He engages in 3.08 significant strikes per minute and lands 3.65. Although his ratio is good, he needs to play more aggressively or have better defense. He has a 51 percent strike defense but still needs statistics for takedown defense. Per 15 minutes of fighting, he also scores 3.76 takedowns and 0.54 submissions on average.

Unyielding Strength and Precision: Decoding Westin Wilson’s Dominant Fighting Stance

With three straight victories, Westin Wilson (16-7) enters the biggest matchup of his career against Joanderson Brito. Although he faces a challenging assignment, having training partners like Stephen Thompson will undoubtedly help him prepare for a chance like this. Going into this bout, Wilson is presently on a three-fight winning run. In March this year, he defeated Fabricio Franco via rear-naked choke submission in the first round.

His fighting resume lists 16 victories, including 11 submissions and five knockouts. Four of his six defeats were through submission, while 14 16 triumphs were first-round finishes.

He joined the bout in the place of another competitor, making his UFC debut. Due to his poor track record versus more formidable opponents, many supporters have been dissatisfied with the replacement ever since his arrival. Over the years, he has moved about in several combat leagues. He has a 1-0 record in Bellator and a 0-3 record in the Legacy Fighting Alliance. He has mostly faced off against underdogs or those with poor records.

Wilson is a shrewd submission grappler who has 11 victories. He can terminate the battle on the feet or the ground, and he has won five fights via knockout. At the same time, Brito has a more diverse skill set but has only achieved four career knockout victories. Wilson’s grappling skills may be the difference-maker in this contest.

Coming into this battle, Wilson is on a three-fight winning run. Despite not having fought as tough opposition as Brito, his recent triumph will give him confidence going into the bout. Since Brito was preparing for Askhabov, fighting Wilson so soon after may make him unprepared.

Anderson Brito vs. Westin Wilson Even without Westin Wilson, this would be a difficult debut on such short notice. Wilson possesses the ability to compete in the UFC, but dealing with Jonas Brito may be risky. In the end, Wilson will have some early success due to his height and length before Brito finds his timing and knocks him out in the first round.

Prediction: Joanderson Brito, first Round KO/TKO (+140); Under 1.5 Rounds (-310)

Location: UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada

Date: Saturday, July 01, 2023

Main Card: 7:00 PM ET

Prelims: 3:00 PM ET

Watch on: ESPN and ESPN+


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