Brian Kelleher vs. Ode Osbourne at the UFC 246. Tournament will be held in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile arena, and it will be held on January 18. The fight will take place in the bantamweight.
Brian Kelleher is an American fighter nicknamed “BOOM”, he is 33 years old. Spent 29 fights in professionals, a record of 19-10-0. He made his debut in the UFC in 2017, spent 6 fights, won 3 victories and suffered the same number of defeats. He lost the last two fights ahead of schedule, lost by knockout to John Lineker and submissive Montel Jackson.
Ode Osbourne is an American fighter nicknamed “THE JAMAICAN SENSATION”, he is 27 years old. Has a track record of 8 fights, a record of 6-2-0. This is his debut fight in the UFC, now he is on the winning streak of 2 battles. He won the extreme duel by submissive Armando Villarreal.
Brian Kelleher vs Ode Osbourne Prediction
A great advantage in the hand span is visible at Osbourne (163 cm by 183 cm). Brian feels great on the ground and not bad on the rack. Stand out in Brian’s performance are the amplitude transfers to the stalls and active work from above. Ode Osbourne is also a versatile fighter, but his strengths are in the rack. An American of Jamaican loves to work in series and is able to catch a painful reception.
Brian has much more experience, but a large number of fights held was not in vain for him. Kelleher if losing, then mostly ahead of schedule, in a similar way, he lost in the last two fights. Caught on pain with Jackson and flew into a knockout from Lineker.
Ode is distinguished by explosive qualities, and his beautiful victories by submission cannot but impress. Another thing is that he is a debutant and up to this point his opposition was extremely weak. But still, we see good potential in this fighter. Our opinion boils down to the fact that Ode can defeat Kelleher by submission. Brian will resort to takedowns and Ode will not be particularly opposed to being on the ground. Lying on his back, Osbourne will be able to find the moment for the submission and will surely catch Kelleher. On pain and asphyxiation, Brian has come across in his career 6 times already.
- Kelleher Victory – 2.15
- Osborne Victory – 1.79