Ovince Saint Preux grabbed just his second career submission at UFC Nashville on Saturday, but that wasn't the only statistical oddity that stood out. Richard Mann is back for a full stats-based breakdown.
Fantasy AnalysisWallhead (29-10) dropped his debut back in September in a split-decision loss to Jessin Ayari. Chagas (14-2-1) is making just his third UFC appearance and has also yet to record a win.
Fantasy AnalysisChagas, who has a 14-2-1 record as a fighter, is making his third appearance in the Octagon while Wallhead (29-10) is still looking for his first UFC victory. The fight is now the 11th bout on the night.
Fantasy AnalysisKlose took care of business in his UFC debut last January, putting his striking on display in a decision victory over Devin Powell. The promotion will waste no time in challenging the 29-year-old, matching him up against one of their top lightweight prospects in Diakiese. Klose's undefeated record will now be on the line in his toughest test to date.
Fantasy AnalysisDiakese may have been hoping to meet a ranked opponent after a 3-0 start to his UFC tenure, but the promotion will instead match him up with another strong prospect, though it will be on a big stage. "Bonecrusher" put Teemu Packalen on a highlight reel his last time out, and another convincing stoppage could give him a case for a ranked opponent.
Fantasy Analysis"The Hammer" takes on Janes in his third UFC fight with an equal record but more experience. The fighter has a 21-6 record and has a 62 percent KO/TKO rate. His statistics show Marshman to be more of a stand-up artist than his opponent, who is more likely to take the fight to the mat.
Fantasy AnalysisJanes is newer to the UFC stage. He has a 1-1 record with the promotion but sports a 9-2-0 mark overall. The grappler matches up well statistically with Marshman with a 100 percent takedown accuracy and an average 5.13 significant strikes landed per minute.
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