Alexander Romanov is back to the octagon at UFC Fight Night 194, which will take place on October 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alexander will fight on the undercard, and he will face American fighter Jared Vanderaa.
Alexander Romanov has an undefeated record. He is one of the most talented heavyweights right now, with a fantastic ground game. Before signing in the UFC, he fought in one of the most famous Russian promotions, the Eagle Fighting Championship, where he earned 11 victories in a row. All of them via submission or TKO. He signed in the UFC around 1 year ago and defeated Roque Martinez via submission in the second round. He defeated Brazilian KO artist Marcos Rogerio de Lima in his second bout in the first round via submission Forearm Choke. The 3rd bout was a bit unlucky for him, but finally, he earned another victory, but this time he earned a decision victory over Juan Espino. However, the Spanish fighter fought well against Romanov, but still, judges decided to give Romanov the split decision victory after he could not continue the fight in the 3rd round.Bet on Alexander Romanov vs Jared Vanderaa with 1xBet
Jared Vandera fought only twice in the UFC. In his debut against powerful heavyweight prospect Sergey Spivak, he suffered a loss but defeated Justin Taha in May of 2020. He signed in the UFC after earning a first-round KO victory in Dana White Contender Series against Harry Hunsucker (HRMMA champion)
To be honest, I don't even know why these two athletes will share the octagon. Romanov is way more dangerous and has archived way more in MMA than American. Jared's only victory is against a fighter who has 3 losses and only 1 win in the UFC. Alexander had a name before signing in to the UFC and increased his popularity and reputation after defeating outstanding fighters. Vanderaa has suffered loss 5 times, and 2 of them are via submissions. In 2019 Renan Ferreira earned his first submission victory against Jared in the LFA title fight.
Romanov is opening as the massive favorite for sure. His win has the odd around 1.2, but it is too small. There are other options, too. Romanov is never fighting to win; he always looks forward to finishing his rival. He is mostly doing it in the first round, so I don't think this case will be an exception.
Less than 1.5 (Rounds), has the odd of around 1.65. Also, the method of victory via submission has an odd around 2.4, which is good odd, too. Romanov sometimes prefers to finish his rival via TKO, but he mainly uses excellent submissions to win.