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CAGERANK PREDICTION Who will win - Ueyama vs Ribeiro

1,555

CageRank

WINNER
Ribeiro

prediction

BY Decision

prediction
86% chance Ribeiro
WILL WIN

1,875

CageRank

WINNER
Differences What advantages does each fighter have?
Advantages for Vitor Ribeiro
Fast finishes 8.0 vs 6.8 Around 20% better at finishing the fight quickly; minimize risk of injury or loss
Much better submission offense 8.4 vs 7.0 More than 20% better at securing submissions; more ways to win
Much better takedown defense 8.7 vs 7.9 More than 10% better at avoiding being taken down
Heavier hands 6.8 vs 6.2 More than 10% better at knocking out good defenders
Puts up a fight 9.1 vs 8.3 Around 10% better defense against being finished quickly; can fight into late rounds
Stronger jaw 8.4 vs 7.8 More than 5% better at avoiding being knocked out; fewer dangerous concussions
Younger 38 years vs 41 years More than 5% younger ; less time being ground down in the octagon
Stronger takedown offense 8.6 vs 8.4 Almost the same
Better striker 8.1 vs 8.0 Almost the same
Advantages for Ryuki Ueyama
A lot taller 180 cm vs 173 cm Around 5% taller
Ribeiro on the attack Our prediction about how he’ll perform against Ueyama’s defensive skills
Predictions For
Vitor
Ribeiro
In 15:00, how much damage will he do? Ribeiro Ueyama
Significant Strikes58
Ribeiro's average striking offense is matched by Ueyama's defense
Note: we'd predict at most 135 Significant Strikes in 15:00
Average
Striking
vs
Average
Blocking and avoiding
Takedowns4
Ribeiro's average takedown offense is matched by Ueyama's defense
Note: we'd predict at most 8 Takedowns in 15:00
Average
Takedown ability
vs
Average
Ability to stay on his feet
If he wins, how will it go down?
Knockout
Ribeiro is unlikely to win by knockout
Below average
Knockout ability
vs
Average
Jaw
Submission
Ribeiro has a reasonable chance to win by submission
Excellent
Submission ability
vs
Excellent
Resistance
Decision
Ribeiro has a reasonable chance to win by decision
Below average
Scoring ability
vs
Below average
Scoring ability
Ueyama on the attack Our prediction about how he’ll perform against Ribeiro’s defensive skills
Predictions For
Ryuki
Ueyama
In 15:00, how much damage will he do? Ueyama Ribeiro
Significant Strikes56
Ueyama's below average striking offense won't be a factor against Ribeiro's defense
Note: we'd predict at most 135 Significant Strikes in 15:00
Below average
Striking
vs
Average
Blocking and avoiding
Takedowns2
Ueyama's average takedown offense won't be a factor against Ribeiro's defense
Note: we'd predict at most 8 Takedowns in 15:00
Average
Takedown ability
vs
Good
Ability to stay on his feet
If he wins, how will it go down?
Knockout
Ueyama is unlikely to win by knockout
Weak
Knockout ability
vs
Good
Jaw
Submission
Ueyama is unlikely to win by submission
Average
Submission ability
vs
Excellent
Resistance
Decision
Ueyama is unlikely to win by decision
Average
Scoring ability
vs
Good
Scoring ability
OFFENSE Who’s better on the attack?

striking

Who can land devastating blows when it matters?
fighter Ribeiro 8.1
fighter Ueyama 8.0
Great striking by Ribeiro
9 strikes Apr 05, 2009 vs Nagata

knockouts

Who's better at knocking out opponents?
fighter Ribeiro 6.8
fighter Ueyama 6.2
Great knockouts by Ribeiro
Round 1 Apr 05, 2009 vs Nagata
Round 1 Nov 03, 2001 vs Kohler

submissions

Who can finish it on the ground?
fighter Ribeiro 8.4
fighter Ueyama 7.0
Great submissions by Ribeiro
Round 1 Sep 30, 2006 vs Mohamed
Round 2 Dec 14, 2003 vs Hansen
Round 2 Jul 05, 2002 vs Hurley

Fast finishes

Who can end the fight faster?
fighter Ribeiro 8.0
fighter Ueyama 6.8
Fast finishes by Ribeiro
267 seconds Sep 30, 2006 vs Mohamed
558 seconds Sep 10, 2005 vs Silva
457 seconds Dec 14, 2003 vs Hansen
Fight History Who won last time these two fought?
Winnner
Prediction
CageRank Before
CageRank After
March 12, 2007K-1 - Hero's 8
team
VS
team
XR1 SUB
XDEC
1,5742,054
1,5682,060
Cage Rank Over Time See how Cage Rank changes with each fight
legend Ribeiro
legend Ueyama
Comments Who do you think is a better fighter, and why?
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