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Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5/13/2023 Odds, Predictions and Tips

Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5/13/2023 Odds, Predictions and Tips

Matt Brown will enter the Octagon with Court McGee at UFC Charlotte on Saturday, May 13, 2023. The line has Brown priced at +175 while McGee is at -210.

UFC aficionados will be treated to the upcoming fight between Matt “The Immortal” Brown and Court “The Crusher” McGee. Brown is 42 years old, stands at 6’0″, and weighs 170 lbs. He fights in the orthodox style and has a 75″ reach. McGee, who is 38 years old, has a height of 5 ’11”, weighs 170 lbs, and also fights in the orthodox style. He has a reach of 75″.

With respect to strikes, McGee has the advantage, landing an impressive 4.68 per minute compared to Brown’s 3.77. However, Brown has a higher accuracy rate, connecting on 55% of the significant strikes he throws compared to McGee’s 37%. When it comes to defense, Brown allows 2.94 significant strikes per minute, while McGee absorbs 3.69. Brown is able to stop 54% of the significant strikes thrown his way, while McGee defends himself well, curbing 60% of the strikes aimed at him. The clash between these two fighters is sure to be an exciting one, and it will be interesting to see how these statistics play out in the ring.

Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5/13/2023 Odds, Predictions and Tips

In terms of wrestling, it seems that Court McGee may be more skillful than Brown. Brown is averaging just 1.71 takedowns per 3 rounds. He has a success rate of 46% when attempting takedowns, and is able to defend against 64% of takedowns attempted on him. On the other hand, Court McGee has a success rate of 25% when trying to take his opponents down, but has a high rate of defending against takedowns, stopping 69% of the attempts made against him. When it comes to submission attempts, Brown seems to have the edge with an average of 1.3 attempts per 15 minutes compared to McGee’s 0.5 attempts per 15 minutes. It remains to be seen how these statistics will play out in their upcoming fight.

Matt Brown’s recent battle in the Octagon was against Bryan Barberena, which ended in a split-decision loss for Brown in the third round. In the match, Barberena landed a total of 186 strikes out of 289 attempts, while Brown landed 95 strikes out of 145 attempts. When it comes to significant strikes, Barberena connected on 111 of 211, giving him a percentage of 52%. He also landed 82 of 170 significant strikes aimed at the head. On the other hand, Brown connected on 81 of 129 significant strikes, giving him a percentage of 62%. Brown landed 36 of 75 significant strikes aimed at the head. 70% of the significant strikes landed by Barberena and 62% of those landed by Brown were executed at distance.

Court McGee’s recent battle was against Jeremiah Wells; McGee suffered a first-round knockout from a punch to the head. During the fight, Wells found success from a distance, connecting on 71% of his significant strikes, while McGee landed all of the significant strikes he attempted at a distance. McGee’s overall striking accuracy was 37%, landing only three of eight attempted significant strikes, but he was unable to connect on any of his four significant strikes aimed at the head. In contrast, Wells landed seven of his 16 significant strikes, with all seven landing on McGee’s head. Overall, Wells landed seven of his 16 total strikes, while McGee landed three of his eight total strikes.

Matt Brown vs Court McGee. As two veterans in the sport, this is an appropriate matchup for them at this point in their careers. Matt Brown will see this fight as an opportunity to take advantage of Court McGee’s recent knockout loss. While Brown has had a more successful career overall, they both enter this fight with similar levels of skill and experience. Brown’s aggressive striking will test McGee’s chin, but McGee’s wrestling skills will provide a challenge to Brown’s takedown defense. Although Brown’s striking power has diminished, he still has the potential to land a clean elbow and end the fight. However, it would be surprising if he were to knock McGee out with just one strike. If McGee’s chin has not fully recovered from his last fight, Brown may be able to secure a late knockout victory. Nonetheless, we believe that McGee’s wrestling will be enough to secure a vintage decision win.

Prediction: McGee via Decision 

Date: Saturday 13th May 2023 – 18:00 start (UK)

Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina (US)

TV: ABC 4 on BT Sport 2

Streaming of UFC on ABC 4: BT Sport website


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