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I probably need to find a website and start writing articles, because this got crazy long.
This is a response to a lot of the general fear I see people exhibiting about Fiery Cannonade, and also to some of the points brought up in this article by cardsrealm.
I am very excited to see a card like [[Fiery Cannonade]] get printed, especially since it's in red (and not black, which already has this effect multiple times). I've played my Mono Red Monarch deck for a while now, and I think I can say with confidence that this card will be fine. To see why I say that, first I'll look at a variety of aggro decks in the format, and see how it could impact them. I will include a few decks that might not count as aggro, but will care about this card seeing play (like Elves). I didn't include faerie/ninja decks because they don't need to recklessly dump their cards on board in order to win (which is why they don't count as aggro), and they have a fair amount of cheap countermagic, leaving them with multiple ways to play around this card. I see the following aggro decks as fitting into 3 different categories:
Small/No Impact
  • Mono White Heroic: This deck is dedicated to playing 1 or 2 creatures and making them huge while also holding up protection spells. It doesn't care about Cannonade.
  • Boggles: Unless a player is unable to get their hexproof creature to 3 toughness by the third turn (maybe a concern on the draw?), then they won't care about Cannonade. Even then, drawing a Cannonade after turn 3 means the card is completely useless against Boggles, so it's not a good card to use.
  • Affinity: This deck's major threats are under-costed 4/4s and Atog, both of which don't care about Cannonade.
  • Slivers: It's so easy for Slivers to get above 2 toughness that Cannonade has a very small window before it's completely irrelevant. Even then, it plays cards like [[Lead the Stampede]] and [[Winding Way]] that let it quickly rebuild after even a total boardwipe.
  • Aristocrats: While these decks like to go very wide at times, it is usually in service to going tall via cards like [[Carrion Feeder]] and [[Mortcian Beetle]]. Even without those cards, [[Brindle Shoat]] and [[Young Wolf]] and other similar cards are perfectly happy to play against Cannonade.
  • Izzet Blitz/Tireless Tribe: These two decks might not technically count as aggro, but they have similar clocks and win through combat. They have seen almost no play since the Blue Monday bannings, but if they did come back into the meta I don't think they'd care much about Cannonade.
Moderate Impact
  • Stompy: In many ways I see Stompy as the quintessential pauper aggro deck. It possesses an unusually large pool of playable cards, and even within specific builds is typically quite flexible. The strength of this deck is that it gets to play both wide and tall at the same time, depending on which cards you draw in a given game. One game you might have three or four 2/2s on the board at he end of your second turn, and in another game you might quickly have a 4/4 evasion creature with Hexproof ([[Silhanna Ledgewalker]]) or lifelink ([[Vault Skirge]]). It can easily play cards like [[River Boa]] and [[Wild Mongrel]] in the main OR sideboard, depending on which decks it expects to encounter. It plays multiple cards at instant speed that can protect against Cannonade ([[Hunger of the Howlpack]] and [[Vines of Vastwood]]), preventing a total boardwipe. The only card that Stompy MIGHT have to cut from the mainboard (assuming Cannonade sees wide play) would be the recent addition of Savage Swipe, which leads to a high potential for a blowout since it's a sorcery.
  • Elves: This card might be worse than I expect for Elves, and it will certainly change the way it plays, but I think it will ultimately be fine. There are three major things that Elves does that I think insulates it from Cannonade. First, it play many creatures that can live through a board wipe, or even protect other creatures from dying ([[Elvish Vanguard]], [[Lys Alana Huntmaster]], [[Timberwatch Elf]]). Second, just like Slivers it uses spells that are strong enough to let it rebuild after a total board wipe ([[Winding Way]], [[Lead the Stampede]], [[Distant Melody]]). Third, it is not really an aggro deck in that it doesn't need to commit it's creatures to the board until it's ready to explode. Elves may decrease the number of [[Spidersilk Armor]] in the sideboard in favor of [[Wrap in Vigor]], but the important thing is that it has access to the tools it needs. Ultimately, I would to hear what themaverickgirl has to say about this card, since Elves is deceptively complex and she has a lot of experience with it.
High Impact
  • Red Deck Wins: This deck only does one thing, and it does it well. It dumps out 2/2s at blistering speeds and swings for the win, sometimes closing out the game with a little burn. This deck is already rarely seen due to it's fast but fragile play style, but if Cannonade starts seeing even just sideboard play, RDW is probably done. This is the one deck that will honestly be completely pushed out of any meta that includes Cannonade.
  • Goblins: Cannonade hurts most Goblin decks since they want to go so wide and be greedy, but it's not much worse that Electrickery, which has been around a long time. Cards like [[Goblin Sledder]] have been included in the past in order to provide partial insurance against board wipes and attack into blockers, and Cannonade will make them noticeably worse. [[Goblin Caves]] will still work as a solution, but it's expensive at 3 mana with no offensive merit, and unlike Goblin Sledder has to start in the sideboard. Goblins is similar to RDW in that it rarely sees play as it is, but Cannonade will definitely make the meta even more hostile for it.
  • Boros Bully: I think this is the only commonly played deck that will genuinely be hurt by Cannonade. Bully's sideboard cards that protect against boardwipes like [[Lumithread Field]] are now defunct. The advantage that Bully has going for it is the fact that it can take a few steps towards being more similar to Boros Monarch to help protect itself from these situations. I've seen decks that exist in every potential combination of these two decks, so I think it's possible for Bully to make some adjustments in that direction and survive. Alternatively, Bully might only need to increase the number of [[Prismatic Strands]] in the 75 in order to cope.
Overall, I think the impact of Cannonade is being overestimated. Looking at the various aggro decks on this list, most of them aren't getting blown out by Cannonade, which is a serious investment for removal at 3 mana. I expect that Cannonade will simply replace Electrickery most of the time in sideboards.
As for "False Tempo", I think that the concept is relevant but being incorrectly applied. In their article, Cardsrealm uses the example of the Splinter Twin deck from Modern, and it's ability to threaten an instant win at any moment once they get to 4 mana (you should really read the article if you haven't, it's well done). By forcing the opponent's deck to always play around this instant win, the opponent must hold mana back and give up important tempo while the Splinter Twin player gets to play normally. There is a somewhat similar thing that happens when aggro decks have to slow themselves down and play around removal, but I don't think that it's the same. This is mainly because the deck that is generating the False Tempo is most likely some kind of control/midrange deck. Splinter Twin would get to enjoy their opponent playing slower while they continued to make full aggro/tempo plays, but our hypothetical Cannonade deck can't do the same thing. Splinter Twin featured a list of flash creatures that would increase tempo with or without the Splinter Twin aura itself. This means that whether or not they had the theatening blowout card, they could play in a similar way. Any pauper deck that wants to play Cannonade can't be playing their own creatures with less than 3 toughness, and are probably advancing their gameplan in a way that doesn't exert as much pressure on the opponent. Of the two hypothetical pauper decks, the aggro deck is the one that is probably exerting pressure on board, not the deck playing Cannonade. This means that at worst, the aggro deck needs to slow down a little, or develop their board in a way that isn't vulnerable to Cannonade. Slowing down can be terrible for aggro decks that rely on quick plays, but the sandbagging cuts both ways: Every turn that the Cannonnade deck doesn't play their board wipe, they're letting the aggro deck get them lower and lower in life. The Cannonade deck can use other removal in the meantime (lightning bolt etc), but then they're being inefficient about how they spend their resources.
To more clearly illustrate my point, lets consider a couple of pauper decks that DO take advantage of False Tempo: Izzet Blitz and Tireless Tribe. Both of these decks can kill their opponent in one hit if they get to untap with the right creature and have the right cards in hand. Opponents are forced to either hold open mana for interaction, or take he risk of instantly losing. Neither of these decks would ever consider playing Cannonade, and the sort of decks that would can't take advantage of False Tempo in the way that Blitz, Tribe, and Splinter Twin can. The sort of deck that plays Cannonade is not trying to play a quick game, so they're not in the positition to fully take advantage of their opponent giving them some False Tempo.
To use a specific example: Not too long ago, I was playing my Mono-Red Monarch deck versus GW Slivers, which I expected to be an easy win for me. My opponent was pretty stunned when I dropped a [[Martyr of Ashes]] in game one, which is typically only seen in sideboards. I didn't use it right away, because I wanted to force my opponent to either play slower or overextend his board. Sure enough, as soon as he saw the Martyr, he slowed down on the creatures. Instead, he played 1-2 early Lead the Stampede/Winding Way and held the creatures for a while. Using only a few slivers, he kept swinging and forced me to activate the Martyr. As soon as it was gone, he rebuilt even faster. He took the first game, and I chalked it up to bad luck or misplays on my part. Game 2, he knew to expect the Martyrs and despite me drawing two of them, he managed to keep his creatures split between his hand and board and used Stampede and Winding Way to not run out of cards. I ended up losing 0-2, impressed with how he had played carefully around my board wipes. Now, this is just one match, and it could have been a fluke. But Martyr of Ashes is a very strong card against aggro when used in a mono red deck, perhaps even stronger than Cannonade due to it's scaling damage.
"But what about TRON?" is another sentiment I see. I think that it's important to note here that the fact that ANY useful tool that gets printed often causes this reaction, and that isn't the fault of the indiviual cards themselves. I've been saying for years that Tron is a format-warping issue that will always stay so until the lands themselves are banned. I'm glad to see more people echoing this sentiment as time goes on. I'm not sure that Tron will care much about playing Cannonade, since it can usually lock out the game starting on turn 4 with [[Stonehorn Dignitary]] (or even sooner with [[Moment's Peace]]). People have pointed out that Tron can use Mystical Teachings to tutor for Cannonnade, but I would argue that if Tron is at 7+ mana and still alive it's already won. It's 1 mana cheaper for Tron to tutor for and use Moment's Peace, which I think is stronger since it deals with a wider range of situations. Moment's Peace might not wipe the board, but two turns of Fog is more than enough for Tron to do big things and pull way ahead. The only decks I think Tron will enjoy using Cannonade on are decks that go wide without needing combat, like Elves. Fog effects cover a much wider range of combat boardstates, so I don't think Tron will bother with Cannonade mainboard.
The single card that I think is most effected by Cannonade is [[Burning-Tree Emmissary]]. This card is basically a 2/2 for free in any proactive deck playing green or red. After resolving, it is usually followed by a second 2/2 like [[Nest Invader]] or [[Valley Dasher]]. God help your opponent if you have more than one in your opening hand, because there isn't much they can do if you're swinging for 10 damage on turn 3. BTE was recently added and promptly banned from Historic, which shouldn't come as a surprise (the removal selection is significantly worse than pauper's) Correction: It was suspended from Historic, but has been brought back into play. Currently, there is zero downside to playing BTE in pauper if you're playing a green and/or red aggro deck. I've been seeing Alex Ulman talk about it being a potential problem in pauper, but it usually sits well under the radar with decks like Tron running around. I'm not sure I agree that BTE is a potential issue for pauper, but I am sure that Cannonade is the answer to it. Cannonade gives me confidence that even in a meta where BTE is prevalent, Cannonade would act as a solid counter, but BTE could still be played since it's so potentially explosive.
The last thing I'd like to point out is that there are SO MANY other decks in the pauper format that use creatures that may get annoyed by Cannonade, but they won't get destroyed by it. One of my favorite thing about the pauper format is the sheer number of decks that lurk just below the top tier, ready and waiting for the right meta or downshift to make their move. If I've left out an aggro deck that you think is commonly played or relevant, please leave a comment and I might add analysis for it here.
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UFC Fight Night Hall v Silva Fight Predictions

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This card is a fairly decent card, but I wasn't feeling it that much. Some great fights, but some mildly okay fights too. If it looks like i'm not super motivated with this card, it's because i've been ridiculously busy with other stuff so I never really had much time to look over this card and do some proper analysis. Unfortunately next week will be similar (sleep study scheduled next week). So I sincerely apologise if the quality is lacking this time around. I really am sorry.
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(D) - Debut
FLS - Fight Lose Streak
FWS - Fight Win Streak
NS - No Streak
(#x) - Rank in Division
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Johns via UD
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Courtney Casey (9-8-0, NS) v Priscila Cachoeira (9-3-0, NS) - I don’t know what to say about this one in complete honesty. Casey has had quite a few fights, lost basically half of them, but those losses have been against top talent. Robertson, Waterson and Calvillo to name the recent ones in no particular order. Casey is a fairly active volume striker who always throws out a strike, and she’s always active. She effectively outstruck Robertson 3:1 during their bout, despite losing. It’s very clear that she’s always looking for ways to damage her opponents, even though her punches don’t exactly have much power behind them, she just peppers her opponents with constant combos and non stop strikes. Her cardio holds up as well, looking as good in the third as she does in the first. Cachoeira however is nothing but powerful strikes, everything she lands, lands with messy power. She’s not a clean striker, she’s a brawler, and not a very good one. I don’t see Cachoeira having much advantage in this fight unless Casey leaves her chin out there as an easy target. Cachoeira got incredibly lucky with her knockout against Dobson, even though it was against Dobson, it somewhat saved her career a tiny bit. Unfortunately I don’t see her getting past Casey at all. I got Casey on ths one, she’s got the movement to avoid the power shots, and if necessary, can wrestle and take the fight to the ground where Cachoeira isn’t necessarily good.
Casey via UD
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Dustin Jacoby (12-5-0, 2 FWS) v Justin Ledet (9-3-0, 3 FLS) - I tell ya what, i’m pretty excited to see Jacoby make a return. Jacoby put on an exceptional performance this year on Dana Whites Contender Series, he absolutely destroyed his opponent over the span of three rounds. There was a period in Jacoby’s career where he did alright outside of the UFC, but his return this year he looked absolutely phenomenal and no one should be skipping this fight. Jacoby is a very crisp striker, and with his extensive kickboxing background he’s going to be a problem for many opponents, he’s fast and methodical, patient and just so damn tactical, everything about him is lasagna, delicious. Ledet on the other hand isn’t looking so swell, he’s on a tough losing streak and with his last win being in 2017 I just don’t really see much hope for him, a lot of these prospects in Light Heavyweight are absolute killers and that’s who Ledet is losing to. I'm sold on Jacoby ever since his DWCS fight, so i’m fairly confident that Jacoby has this one.
Jacoby via KO R2
Jason Witt (17-6-0, NS) v Cole Williams (11-2-0, NS) - A redemption fight is always refreshing to see. I will treat this as a double debut fight though since both fighters really didn’t show us much in their debut. Witt had a rough debut against Takashi Sato, where Sato ended the fight in less than a minute of the first round, so we never really got to see a whole lot from Witt in the UFC, but he seems like a relatively well rounded fighter. I’m not too sure what else I can really say since I have no definitive notes, and I didn’t write about him last time because he came in as a replacement after i posted my predictions so unfortunately i’m going in a bit blind with Witt. Williams got absolutely mauled in his fight against Claudio Silva, and despite that being a rough debut opponent, he’s coming back for more action. His future in MMA isn’t looking super bright though, he’s almost 37 years of age, and he hasn’t been incredibly active as a fighter so it makes me wonder if he still wants to be a fighter or if he just wants this fight for the paycheck. Williams has a fairly high finish rate which is always a good thing to see, but when his last win was two years ago, it still brings up a few worrying questions about whether or not he’s fully in it. I’m not sure who's going to win this one but judging off a few things (age, activity, and experience) I have to lean on Witt for this one.
Witt via UD
Sean Strickland (20-3-0, NS) v Jack Marshman (23-9-0, NS) - Welcome back Strickland! This is a surprise to me because he is coming back from a fairly terrible motorcycle accident and that alone would probably make anyone else decide to stop fighting. Strickland is a fighter in every sense of the word and i’m glad he’s healthy enough to fight again. Strickland hasn’t had that many memorable highlights, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been through some serious chess matches, one that comes to mind is against Nordine Taleb, who at the time was a dangerous kickboxer. It was Strickland's constant forward pressure and very fast jabs that slowly opened up Taleb for more and more shots, Stricklands ability to gain confidence over time during the fight is impressive and I hope he hasn’t lost that confidence because he’s coming up against a very, very tough opponent. Strickland has beautiful boxing, it’s nothing fancy, but his fights are a somewhat rare case of a fighter improving before our eyes, he’s different in round 2 compared to round 1. Marshman is a powerful striker, but his time in the UFC is a little rocky. He’s currently 3-4 and with not many highlights to keep him recognised amongst the MMA fans, the one thing that Marshman has is power, if he lands, he lands hard, and that might be a problem for Strickland because Strickland never really had much head movement. I don’t know what to think of this fight to be honest, Strickland has a much longer reach so he could use his jabs to basically open up Marshman, I feel like Strickland will have this, if he uses his striking intelligently.
Strickland via KO R3
Adrian Yanez (D) (#2 Texas) (11-3-0, 4 FWS) v Victor Rodriguez (D) (#2 Alaska) (4-2-0, 4 FWS) - Yanez had an exceptional performance on DWCS a few months ago in which he displayed great footwork and even greater boxing, everything landed very cleanly and he was patient, as well as violent, you know that kind where a fighter has a split second to think “should i throw a x or a y now” that’s basically Yanez and holy shit I can’t wait to see him fight. Confidence seems to be spilling from Yanez when he fights. Rodriguez is on a very strong 4 FWS and has a 100% finish rate, although when you only have 4 wins, that doesn’t have that much of an impact. Rodriguez has knocked out all of his opponents and that’s pretty impressive, it’s clear he’s got speed and power, but with basically half the experience that Yanez has I can’t see Rodriguez winning. This is a double debut after all so both fighters could absolutely surprise me, but at the moment i’m leaning on Yanez based on his performance on DWCS.
Yanez via KO R2
Alexander Hernandez (11-3-0, NS) v Chris Gruetzmacher (14-3-0, NS) - This is an interesting one. Hernandez has had some horrible slips and falls in his UFC career, starting from his humbling loss against Cerrone, he had a decent performance against Trinaldo but then ultimately fell again when fighting Dober. Hernandez has great striking, but he can be a little brash at times and throw defence out the window. Hernandez also has fairly good wrestling, and he uses that to land some decent damage on the ground or just to control the fight. Hernandez still has quite a long way to go though and this fight against Gruetzmacher is probably the most perfect match up to test him. Hernandez is excellent during a blitz, he throws a lot of feints, waits for his opponent to react, then hops in for a powerful quick combo. His ability to stance switch and give off a lot of looks is also fairly dangerous, but I feel like the key for Hernandez winning this fight is to wrestle, he’s the bigger fighter, has longer limbs so he might be able to get a submission in easier, depending on just how good Gruetzmacher has improved since his last fight. Speaking of which, Gruetzmacher is returning after a two year hiatus and has only had 4 fights in the UFC but none of them were against nobodies, he’s had a very tough welcome to the elite levels of MMA and I feel like he’s handled the pressure fairly well. Gruetzmacher is an excellent striker who throws mad amounts of volume and effortlessly picks apart his opponents, his ability to just eat punches and throw back is beautiful and violent. He makes the fight absolutely dirty and a war and that’s what makes Gruetzmacher so fun, his only weakness is the ground, he’s not too proficient in defending submissions or working out of precarious positions, but boy that fight against Lauzon was beautiful. This is a tough fight, I feel like the 2 year hiatus might have hurt Gruetzmacher a little bit, but we won’t know until the fight starts. You know what? This might be my controversial pick for this card. So by all means bet based on your own thoughts of the fight, but I feel like Gruetzmacher has this one. His action against Lauzon was beautiful. Very interesting fight. Although I will add if you were to bet Hernandez to win, he’s most likely to win by submission in my opinion.
Gruetzmacher via KO R3
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Green via UD
Greg Hardy (6-2-0, NS) v Maurice Greene (9-4-0, NS) - This is an interesting fight, because I’m a fairly big fan of Hardy, but Greene is such a genuinely good person so this all tugs at my heartstrings. Hardy is an athletic monster, he’s massive, nothing but mass and powerful. The only issue is that I feel like he doesn’t show off his power as much as he should, I mean, he’s a big guy, right? His performances in the UFC haven’t been too spectacular but i’m well aware that he’s still a developing fighter and with that comes hit and miss performances. It has been a unique experience watching Hardy fight though, because you can clearly see that he’s a rookie but that’s what makes his growth interesting to watch. Either way, he’s facing someone who has experienced rough fights in Greene. Greene has one weapon that Hardy doesn’t, and that’s his grappling, Hardy doesn’t really grapple, and I can see Greene taking advantage of that, but Greene himself doesn’t have a great defensive toolset, not many counters, he’s all offence whilst eating shots. Greene has a mean jab and he will use that to slow down any form of pressure that Hardy might give off, and I feel like Greene knows what to do coming into this fight, it’s just a matter of avoiding the power shots of Hardy, especially that lunging overhand right, that seems to be his signature strike. I don’t know who is going to win this fight, I really like Hardy on this one because he’s always coming in with something different, and he’s never a quitter, so he’s definitely a tough match for Greene. So yeah, I got Hardy on this one.
Hardy via KO R2
Kevin Holland (19-5-0, 3 FWS) v Charlie Ontiveros (D) (11-6-0, 2 FWS) - This is going to be a pure focus on Holland because really, he is the main focus on everyones mind when it comes to this fight. Holland is one of the most perfect fighters in the Middleweight division that is yet to prove himself. He is a prospect that will eventually fight top 5, and he has been insanely active in his career. His knockout against Buckley? Fucking perfect. I love Holland, Wanna know exactly how much I love him? I’ve predicted him to win 7 times in his UFC career, he won 6 out of those 7, and he’s going to add another win. This isn’t a prediction, this is a certainty. I’d laugh if i got this wrong though.
Holland via KO R2
Co-Main Event
Bryce Mitchell (13-0-0, 13 FWS) v Andre Fili (#15) (21-7-0, NS) - This is a great fight and a very tough matchup for Mitchell. Mitchell is no doubt well known for his incredibly aggressive submission skills and setups, he was consistently changing grips and positions and submission attempts against Rosa, his ground game is exceptional but I feel like a lot of it is confidence, Mitchell is just very confident on the ground. He’s not great on the feet, he’s average at best, and that’s where he will probably be in trouble the most, but once the fights on the ground, Fili has entered Mitchells realm and there’s no escape. This time though, Mitchell is powered by the mystical camo shorts, it’s a rare occasion that Reebok listens to fighters so that’s an interesting thing to see. Fili is an exceptionally fast kickboxer, everything he throws he throws with such speed and power, he’s super fast on the feet and that could easily overwhelm the senses of Mitchell. I can easily see Fili getting some solid, solid shots in on Mitchell and potentially rock him, Fili’s key to success is to stay on his damn feet, if he gets taken down he’s going to lose, I don’t see a way for Fili to win on the ground unless he gets top position and lands ground and pound. This could go either way in my opinion, but in my honest opinion I feel like Fili has this. I know, i sound stupid and crazy, I am, but look at the experience difference and the level of competition between Fili and Mitchell. Fili has faced the likes of Yair, Kattar, Johnson, Jury, Holloway, all in no particular order but those are top tier fighters. I could get this wrong and Mitchell could live up to the hype of being the submission specialist that everyone including himself claims to be, but I just think Fili has something that can surprise us.
Fili via KO R1
Main Event
Uriah Hall (#9) (15-9-0, 2 FWS) v Anderson Silva (34-10-0, 2 FLS) - This ones gonna break me I think. Hall has made strides in the UFC recently, with one remarkable comeback victory against Bevon Lewis, and then recently a very hard fought win against Antonio Carlos Jr, I was surprised to see the announcement of this fight because I thought someone else would be fighting Silva, maybe someone like Weidman, but either way, Hall is a decent match up for Silva. Hall is a very well rounded kickboxer who has the patience and quick thinking to potentially shut down Silva. I can see Hall countering Silva, that is if Silva decides to be aggressive since he’s never really been the type to initiate action. It’s going to be a chess match in there and I feel like Silva will want to end his UFC career on a high note. Silva has been an idol of mine for a very, very long time, his attitude, his love of competition, his love for each of his opponents, and his attitude in the octagon over the years has been a beautiful sight to see over the years. Silva will always be one of the greatest fighters the UFC has ever had, regardless of his PED’s. But it’s clear to me that he is a shell of his former self, certainly doesn’t help that he’s 45 years old. He still is a very dangerous striker but I feel like Hall has the ability to shut down Silva, especially since Hall has an excellent judge of range and has a 2 inch reach advantage. When you master range like how Hall has, one inch can be the difference, two can be the deciding factor. It sucks to say, as a long time Silva fan, but I got Hall on this one, but i wouldn’t be mad at all if Silva won by a classic knockout. This one is a mix of personal feelings and an actual prediction, i’m not gonna take this super seriously like I normally do. So please, bet based on your own thoughts for this one.
Hall via KO R2
That's it!
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