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That makes Tony Ferguson a really bad matchup for him because Ferguson fights at a relentless pace and does a great job of landing strikes, whilst avoiding damage as he moves forward.
Paul Felder applied a lot of pressure on Edson Barboza in their last matchup, but Felder lost because he fought Barboza in a range where Barboza was able to use his kicks. Ferguson does not fight within that range and Barboza will be forced to try and back Ferguson up with punches. Barboza might have superior kicks, but this fight will take place in Boxing range and I give Ferguson a significant advantage when it comes to Boxing.
Edson Barboza has excellent takedown defence, but the smaller Octagon will make it easier for Ferguson to cut angles and close the distance. This means that it will be easier to take Barboza down and Ferguson is an absolute monster on the ground. Judges naturally score fights in favour of the fighter who holds the centre of the Octagon and Ferguson will easily maintain control of the centre of the Octagon for the entire duration of this fight.
This means that Barboza will have to win inside the distance or inflict significant damage on Ferguson to win the fight. This will be the first time that Pierce has ever fought the new breed of Mixed Martial Artist who is great at everything and absolutely huge for the division.
Pierce is a one dimensional wrestle boxer with lazy takedowns, poor top control and absolutely no striking at all. If this fight stays standing, LaFlare should be able to dominate the striking exchanges with his superior speed, range and movement.