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UFC on ESPN 37: McGee vs Wells 06/18/2022 Betting Predictions, Preview and Fight Analysis

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UFC on ESPN 37 McGee vs Wells 06-18-2022 Betting Predictions Preview and Fight Analysis

UFC on ESPN 37: McGee vs Wells 06/18/2022 – Court McGee is all set to take on Jeremiah Wells at the UFC on ESPN 37 as they enter the octagon from Moody Center in Austin, Texas. Both fighters are all set to battle in an interesting Welterweight Division. Fans will get to watch their favorite fighters online via Pay Per View of the UFC Fight Pass. The main event will take place between Calvin Kattar and Josh Emmett as they battle in the Featherweight Division. McGee and Jeremiah Wells are well-experienced fighters with McGee having a stronger record. The UFC picks and predictions are intact for Court McGee to win this fight against Jeremiah Wells. McGee fought more battles than Wells and is more experienced in this bout.

UFC on ESPN 37: McGee vs Wells 06/18/2022

When: Saturday, June 18, 4:00 PM ET
Where: Moody Center, Austin, Texas
TV: Pay Per View
Stream: UFC Fight Pass

UFC on ESPN 37: McGee vs Wells 06/18/2022 Odds

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Fighter Odds Fighter Odds
Court McGee -115 Jeremiah Wells -105

Main Card

Court McGee

Court McGee is holding a 22-10-0 record and goes by an interesting ring name, “The Crusher.” McGee is coming off a victory over Ramiz Brahimaj back in January and is riding a two-fight winning streak as he takes on Wells. McGee has strong grappling skills and his victory against Brahimaj proved his worth. McGee seems to have polished his grappling skills and he managed to defeat Claudio Siva back in May. The 37-year-old fighter has fought 31 times with 13 pro fights in his career. McGee is more like a veteran in this game and he is all set to take on Wells in this important battle. The odds seem to favor McGee in this epic fight.

Jeremiah Wells

Jeremiah Wells is yet another interesting fighter and he has tremendous power. Wells is holding a 10-2-0 record and there is a two-year gap between the two fighters. Both fighters are holding a 75-inch reach and Wells will need more power to defend McGee. Wells has a solid 80 percent finish rate including four knockouts and four by submissions. Two of his fights were won by decision. Wells is currently riding a four-fight winning streak. He is known for his quick finish against Blood Diamond in his right round itself. The player must focus on getting past McGee and he will need to prevent those hard blows and kicks. Wells is up against a tough fighter and this fight is slipping away from him.

McGee vs Wells Betting Numbers

Record 22-10-0 10-2-1
Last Fight Win Win
Country USA USA
Height 5′ 11″ 5′ 9″
Weight (lbs) 170 lbs. 170 lbs.
Reach (in) 75″ 74″
Win by KO/TKO 24% 40%
Win by Submission 24% 40%
Decisions 52% 20%
Strikes landed per minute 4.69 3.55
Striking accuracy 37% 50%
Striking absorbed per minute 3.69 1.58
Striking defense 60% 20%
Takedown average 1.87 1.48
Takedown accuracy 25% 12%
Takedown defense 69% 100%
Submission average 0.5 1.5

McGee vs Wells Betting Picks

While a few betting sites are predicting Wells to win, the top sportsbook odds are in favor of McGee to win this fight against Wells. McGee has a better shot and he has the experience on his side.