MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 193
Huge shout-out to myself for not handing Thiago Santos and Johnny Walker a blank slate of zeros. Despite the monumental failure that was the main event, UFC Fight Night 193 was a well-matched card throughout. Of particular note was Karol Rosa’s expertise in the clinch. Granted, poor old Bethe Correia was vastly overmatched, but Rosa tee’d off on the now retired veteran with a barrage of hurtful knees and elbows.
Side Note: I was unsure whether to mark the Holland/Daukaus fight due to the ‘No Contest’. I ended up rating them as accurately as possible, despite the clash of heads, but let me know whether ratings are necessary for no contests in the future.
Catch up on the preview and predictions for UFC Fight Night 193: 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 Fight Night 193.
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
MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 193 Aesthetic Ratings
MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 193 Adjustable Table (Sort/Filter)
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