Chris Camozzi and Vitor Miranda will scrap this Sunday (May 29, 2016) at UFC 198 inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a match up of Muay Thai strikers, what adjustments must be made for either man to claim victory? Find out below!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight scrappers Chris Camozzi and Vitor Miranda will battle this Sunday (May 29, 2016) at UFC 198 inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Since returning to UFC as a sacrifice to “Jacare,” Camozzi has won a pair of bouts. Now, he’s looking to build on that win streak and potentially earn a position inside the rankings. Unexpectedly, Miranda is on his own three-fight win streak and has finished each of his wins inside the Octagon. Like his opponent, Miranda is looking for the chance to take a big step up in competition following this bout.
Let’s take a look at the keys to victory for both men:
Key Wins: Joe Riggs (UFC Fight Night 83), Nick Ring (UFC 158), Luiz Cane (UFC 153)
Key Losses: Ronaldo Souza (UFC on FX 8, UFC on FOX 15), Rafael Natal (UFC Fight Night 50), Bruno Santos (UFC 175)
Keys to Victory: Camozzi is a tough jack of all trades. He’s far from the most athletic fighter on the roster, but Camozzi pushes a solid pace and is difficult to overwhelm. If there’s one skill that stands out, it’s Camozzi’s Muay Thai. He’s finished seven of his opponents via knockout, with victories both in the clinch and at range.
In this bout, Camozzi has a difficult match up ahead of him. His opponent is a former kickboxing and Muay Thai champion, which makes Camozzi’s preferred style of fighting difficult. Plus, Miranda is the more technical and powerful hitter.
Luckily, Camozzi is the far younger fighter. He’s ….View full article
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