MAFB Math: UFC on ESPN 30
Prepare yourself for a slice of Pintsized necromancy as we revive the MAFB format. Recharging the series, the Math format will focus on how each fighter ranked according to the Pintsized scale. Abdul Razak Alhassan may already have claimed the highest average rating following his seventeen-second knockout over Alessio Di Chirico. Across a card featuring many 50/50 match-ups, especially the TUF Bantamweight and Middleweight finals, the scoring has been difficult to separate. Don’t be surprised to find a few losers with higher Pintsized ratings as a result.
Catch up on the preview and predictions for UFC on ESPN 30 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 on ESPN 30.
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 on ESPN 30 Aesthetic Ratings
MAFB Math: UFC on ESPN 30 Adjustable Table (Sort/Filter)
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