Eddie Wineland vs Sean O'Malley Predictions, Picks, UFC 250 Odds
Eddie Wineland vs Sean O'Malley
UFC Apex in Las Vegas
Saturday, June 6, 2020
Eddie Wineland will enter the Octagon with Sean O'Malley at UFC 250 at UFC Apex in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 6, 2020. The odds have Wineland coming in at +330 while O'Malley is at -410.
Eddie Wineland walks into the cage holding a record of 24-13-1. The 35-year-old will fight at 135 lbs and stands in at 5'7". The orthodox fighter reaches 69". Sean "Sugar" O'Malley stands 5'11" and weighs in at 135 lbs. The switch fighter will be looking to add a win to his career total of 11-0-0. The 25-year-old stretches 72". When talking about significant strikes, Eddie Wineland lands 3.41 per minute while Sean O'Malley connects on 6.87 significant strikes per minute. Wineland lands 29% of the significant strikes he throws while O'Malley is connecting on 57%. Regarding defending, Wineland allows 3.51 significant strikes per min and "Sugar" absorbs 3.83. Wineland also defends 70% of the significant strikes that are aimed in his direction while O'Malley is able to deflect 66% of the shots thrown.
Regarding grappling, Eddie Wineland is the not as competent as a grappler as he takes his opponents down 0.28 times per 3 rds. Wineland is taking his opponents to the canvas on 28% of his tries and stopping 86% of takedowns his opponents have attempted. O'Malley is taking his opponents to the canvas on 50% of the takedowns he tries and stopping 61% of the tries against him. In terms of going for the sub, Wineland is less likely to go for the finish by trying 0.1 subs per 15 min while O'Malley attempts 1.2 subs per 15 min.
In his previous bout, Eddie Wineland fought Grigorii Popov and ended up getting the victory via a punch to the head in round 2. Popov ended up landing 55 of 150 total strikes that he let go in that fight. Wineland ended the night having landed 74 of 171 total strikes. In terms of significant strikes, Popov ended up landing 55 of 150, which means his percentage was 36%. He finished the fight landing 24 of 97 significant strikes aimed at the head. On the other side of the cage, Wineland ended up landing 43% of his significant strikes by landing 74 of 171. Of all the significant strikes, he was 48 of 129 pointed at the head. 94% of the significant strikes landed by Popov and 94% of them landed by Wineland were thrown at a distance.
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In the last fight for Sean O'Malley, he went up against Jose Quinonez and wound up getting the win by way of a punch to the head while on the ground in round 1. Quinonez connected on 0% of his significant strikes at distance while O'Malley landed 72% of the significant strikes he attempted from distance. O'Malley landed 81% of his significant strikes attempted by landing 18 of 22. He ended up connecting on 9 of 11 significant strikes aimed at the head. Quinonez landed 0 of 11 significant strikes in that contest. Looking at the significant strike accuracy, he ended up connecting on 0 of 7 directed at the head. In regard to total strikes thrown in that contest, Quinonez ended up landing 0 of 11 while O'Malley ended up connecting on 18 of 22 of the strikes he threw in total.
Other bouts on the card to keep an eye on
An additional bout that shouldn't be missed is when Alex Caceres faces off against Chase Hooper. Caceres has a career record of 15-12-0. The 31-year-old will fight at 145 lbs and measures 5'10". The southpaw fighter has an arm span of 73". Hooper stands 6'1" and is weighing in at 145 lbs. The southpaw fighter steps into the cage holding a record of 9-0-1. The 20-year-old has a reach of 74". In terms of takedowns, Alex Caceres gets a takedown 0.53 times per 3 rounds and Chase Hooper is able to score a takedown 0.77 times per 15 minutes. In terms of striking, Caceres is landing 3.98 strikes per min and is connecting on 48% of the strikes that he throws. Joining him in the Octagon is Chase Hooper, who tags the opposition on 63% of the strikes he has tried and lands an average of 5.16 per minute.
One more can't miss bout is when Gerald Meerschaert is set to fight Ian Heinisch. Heinisch will be looking to add a win to his record of 13-3-0. The 31-year-old records a weight of 185 lbs and comes in at 5'11". The orthodox fighter reaches 72". Meerschaert stands in at 6'1" and steps on the scale at 185 lbs. The southpaw fighter will be looking to add a victory to his career total of 30-12-0. The 32-year-old reaches 77". Concerning grappling, Ian Heinisch is stopping 62% of the takedowns his opponents go for and is taking his opponents down on 19% of the times he tries. Meerschaert is taking his opponents to the mat on 43% of the tries he takes and thwarts 46% of all takedown tries against him. In the matter of striking, Heinisch is taking 2.86 strikes per min and he is landing 3.38 per minute. Meerschaert, notwithstanding, is absorbing 3.40 strikes per minute and dishes out 3.32 per minute.
Who will win tonight's UFC match against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take Sean O'Malley (-410)
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