MAFB Math: UFC 268

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MAFB Math: UFC 268

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It’s funny how a fighter’s stock can tank after a victory. Kamaru Usman overcame a stern comeback performance from old foe, Colby, yet his successful title defence has been sold as flawed at best. The dominance of Usman’s opening rounds may have coaxed fans into believing that the champion was untouchable – but the grit shown in the closing round was the greatest evidence of a true P4P great.

Catch up on the preview and predictions for UFC 268: Predictions if you haven’t already, and have a good old laugh at our expense.

Want to rejog the memory over the week’s events? Trim the fat and jump straight to the fight of the night, fighters to watch and path the future for all fighters involved on MAFB: UFC 268.

Chris Barnett HAD to feature after his showstopper KO over Gian Villante | MAFB Math: UFC 268
Chris Barnett HAD to feature after his showstopper KO over Gian Villante | MAFB Math: UFC 268

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SCALE INDICATOR:
1 Incompetent Amateur (First-Timer, Regional Can)
5 Average Proficiency (Feeder League Elite, UFC Unranked Standard)
10– Prodigious (Expert, GOAT)
N/A or Blank– Categories that weren’t touched upon during the fight


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