This really could go either way. Pavlovich would love to record another TKO, while Aspinall can beat you with a big-time punch, while also taking you down to the ground and making you tap out as well. Both guys have what it takes to be the winner. When the UFC odds do come out for this fight, it’s hard to tell who will be favoured. With that said, we think that Aspinall will be the one to have his hand raised. He’s our pick.
Ariane Lipski should take down Mandy Bohm with no troubles
Last but not least, Ariane Lipski should take down Mandy Bohm with no trouble when they meet up for this brawl. Lipski enters this one with her 13-7-0 record. As for Bohm, she’s 7-0-0 in her career. While that undefeated record might steer you toward betting on Bohm, you might think differently when you take a look at the odds.
Lipski holds odds of 1.70, while Bohm is at 2.05. Lipski is also coming off a disappointing result in her last fight at a UFC Fight Night in June, as she suffered a TKO defeat going up against Montana De La Rosa. Lipski didn’t record her best showing in that one, but you know she’s hungry to get back to her winning ways. That’s tough news for Bohm.
Originally, Taila Santos was supposed to take on Bohm, but she had to back out of the event. Lipski then jumped in and will be ready to rock on Sept. 4. As for Bohm, she will also want to turn some heads and prove she belongs on the main stage. Will she be able to do so? We don’t think that will be the case, as we’re picking Lipski to come away with the win.