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Two of the greatest middleweights on Earth are set to battle at a long-awaited bout after this spring, and I’ll give my initial thoughts on the matchup in the present MMA odds and ends.
Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa, UFC on ESPN 3
Top-ranked middleweights Yoel Romero and Paulo Costa will clash in the main event of UFC on ESPN 3, which is set for April 27 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The bout was first reported by Combate. It’ll be a five-round fight, it’s likely the winner of this bout could be next in line to get a crack in the UFC middleweight title currently held by Robert Whittaker, who fights Kelvin Gastelum in UFC 234 in early February. (Although we need to keep Israel Adesanya in that conversation too ).
Romero (13-3) is 41-years old, but you wouldn’t know it. He’s in amazing physical condition and can be fighting an extremely high level. The Cuban wrestling senstation is 9-2 overall in the UFC, with wins over the likes of Luke Rockhold, Chris Weidman, Ronaldo”Jacare” Souza, Lyoto Machida, Brad Tavares and Derek Brunson. Seven of his UFC victories have come by knockout, and 11 overall of his wins have come by knockout. He has only been stopped once in his whole career, by Rafael”Feijao” Cavalcante back in Strikeforce, also in the UFC he’s lost two, both razor-thin decisions to Whittaker. In many ways it’s reasonable to consider Romero the second-best middleweight in the world behind the Australian champion. However, with two reductions to Whittaker, Romero is in precisely the same spot as someone like Stephen”Wonderboy” Thompson at welterweight. With different contenders in the mix, Romero should keep busy and keep winning fights so as to possibly get a third name fight from the Whittaker vs. Gastelum winner.
Costa (12-0) is a perfect 4-0 in the UFC and all of his career victories have come by knockout or entry, including brutal knockouts over Johny Hendricks and Uriah Hall in his last two bouts. The Brazilian has been tagged the next big thing by many fans and press, but so far he’s still quite unproven against the top echelon of this UFC middleweight division. At just 27, he’s correct in his prime and proceeds to show an improved skill-set every time we see him within the Octagon. No doubt he’s looked great against lesser opposition, and if he looks great against Romero and gets the win he’ll be in an enviable position when it comes to the middleweight title taken pecking order.
This is a superb fight, and the fact it is set for five rounds makes it even better. As far as that I favor, I believe you need to tag Romero as the favorite only based on what he’s accomplished up to now from the Octagon. Not to mention the fact that when this struggle was initially reserved for UFC 230, Romero was initially pegged as the betting favorite before the line was shot down. Costa has definitely looked great recently, however, and he has a 14-year age advantage in this fight, but until we see him really beat a top man it’s hard to say he must be preferred over any of them. Regardless of who wins the struggle, this should be an entertaining matchup and it is the perfect main occasion for the Hispanic audience in Miami.
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