Todd Duffee (@1.8) vs Jeff Hughes (@2.0)

Our Prediction:

Todd Duffee will win

Todd Duffee – Jeff Hughes Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 21:30

In addition to his mixed martial arts career he had a role in the 2010 film Never Back Down 2: The Beatdown. Todd Duffee (born December 6, 1985) is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Heavyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. 2010 in Japan. He trains with the American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Florida and has also competed in the Super Fight League in India, Jungle Fight in Brazil, and Dynamite!! Duffee has also appeared on the front cover of Muscle & Fitness magazine.

The issue with me for MacDonald is that he tends to not hold any defense. Ultimately, he seems well rounded and has a solid endurance and ability to keep the fight where he wants it. While Im hoping he has worked to remedy this, that will be an issue against someone with as good striking as Gutierrez. The UFC debut for Ryan MacDonald (10-1, 0-1 UFC) went south fast against Chris Gutierrez, where he was picked apart by the striking of Gutierrez.

The Canadian striker showed out well despite being matched against a man regarded by many as a massive Welterweight. Now that he is returning to his natural weight class we will get to see how he matches up there. Prepolec has 7 knockouts and good combinations, but a somewhat one-sided game although carrying a few submissions off his back. Kyle Prepolec (12-6, 0-1 UFC) made his first UFC walk against Nordine Taleb on the last card headlined by Cowboy.

Although Pereira doesnt have the most technical wrestling game, he does have 6 submissions and some amount of ground skill, although I dont see it even touching the ground. Pereira will without question attack Sergey in the way that Akman did and look to subdue the rangy fighter with pressure. It all depends on if Sergey can survive the onslaught and return fire when the gas tank fails. He was able to get hit too easily in the last fight, so Im taking Demolidor.

Fight History

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Duffee and SFL agreed his departure in September and he returned to free agency. Duffee was originally announced to fight at SFL 4 on September 29 against former UFC title contender Jeff Monson but after the event was pushed back twice the SFL decided to change the structure of their shows, with weekly events replacing monthly events.

Louis Smolka (15-6, 6-6 UFC) came into the Octagon with a string of losses that got him released. I think he is very underrated and has a lot of potential going forward. He has cleaned up his gas tank concerns and his ground game will be his main advantage. He did falter to an triangle from Matt Schnell, but he remains an incredible finisher and entertaining prospect. After growing a lot after his time off from the UFC he came back with a massive victory.

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A standout football player, he was signed on to play college football but his career was derailed from an injury. Duffee was born in Evansville, Indiana but grew up in Raleigh, Illinois and Eldorado, Illinois as the third son of a coal miner father and nurse mother. Duffee then moved to Atlanta, Georgia when he was 18 years old and continued boxing, before watching a UFC event and shifting his training to mixed martial arts. Duffee played many sports growing up, including baseball, football, track, bull riding, soccer, and basketball. He was working on a degree from the University of Georgia before leaving to train MMA full-time.[3] As of February 2016, he is pursuing a degree in business from the University of Georgia. Duffee also began training in boxing but was not very devoted to it as he was playing other sports.

Subsequently, in December 2018, he underwent another surgery for the other knee and during the recovery, was infected with MRSA. After suffering setbacks in his shoulder rehabilitation, but ultimately recovering from the injury and returning to training, Duffee then suffered a knee injury. In August 2018, during the surgery to repair his ACL, the doctors discovered that he needed a surgery in his other knee as well.