UFC on ESPN 32: Benitez vs Brown 01/15/2022 Fight Analysis, Forecast and Betting Tips

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UFC on ESPN 32 Benitez vs Brown 01-15-2022 Fight Analysis, Forecast and Betting Tips

UFC on ESPN 32: Benitez vs Brown 01/15/2022 – The Ultimate Fighting Championship is going to hold their first event of the year with UFC on ESPN 32 slated to take place this Saturday, January 15. The battleground of the fighters will be the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. UFC Fight Pass and Pay Per View are great options to watch the matches. Calvin Kattar will be fighting at the main event and will test the fast-rising Giga Chiadze at featherweight. Another featherweight matchup is in the main event with Bill Algeo fighting Joanderson Brito. It is seen in UFC betting lines that Joanderson Brito will be the favored fighter to win over Bill Algeo.

UFC on ESPN 32: Benitez vs Brown 01/15/2022

When: Saturday, January 15, 7:00 PM ET
Where: UFC APEX, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
TV: Pay Per View
Stream: UFC Fight Pass

UFC on ESPN 32: Benitez vs Brown 01/15/2022 Odds

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Fighter Odds Fighter Odds
Gabriel Benitez -175 T.J. Brown +155

Main Card

Gabriel Benitez

Gabriel Benitez is a 33-year-old fighter and he came all the way from Tijuana, Baja California located in Mexico. He gets to sharpen his MMA skills at the American Kickboxing Academy and will represent them in this bout. Benitez has an interesting ring name as β€œMoggly” and this natural featherweight stands at five-foot-eight. He has a professional fighting record of 22-9 and 10 of those wins came from submissions. It has been a tough road for Benitez as he lost three of his last four fights. The last time he stepped inside the octagon was against Billy Quarantillo and that match ended in a third-round knockout.

T.J. Brown

TJ Brown has an interesting rhyming nickname as β€œDowntown” and this fighter’s hometown is in Little Rock, Arkansas in the United States. Glory MMA & Fitness has been responsible for managing Brown’s career. Brown is a 31-year-old fighter and has been mostly competing in the featherweight division. He owns a professional MMA record of 15-8 and those wins are divided into nine submissions, four knockouts, and two decisions. After losing back-to-back matches, Brown managed to bounce back in his most recent fight against Kai Kamaka III in UFC on ESPN 23. That match was very close and it resulted in a split decision.

Benitez vs Brown Betting Numbers

Record 22-10-0 15-8-0
Last Fight Loss Win
Country Mexico United States
Height 5’8″ 5’9″
Weight (lbs) 155 145
Reach (in) 71 72
Win by KO/TKO 36% 27%
Win by Submission 45% 60%
Decisions 18% 13%
Strikes landed per minute 4.35 3.87
Striking accuracy 39% 40%
Striking absorbed per minute 3.80 2.75
Striking defense 65% 51%
Takedown average 0.15 4.07
Takedown accuracy 50% 58%
Takedown defense 56% 36%
Submission average 1.20 0.60

Benitez vs Brown Betting Picks

Gabriel Benitez has a record that does not justify his efforts and he is itching to get a win against T.J. Brown. It is seen in the top online sportsbook that Benitez will be winning this match and expect it to go a full three rounds.