St. Lous, Missouri
At Friday night’s main event of LFA 122, Johnson would be competing with Mota to defend the title. The event would take place at The Factory at the District, St. Lous, Missouri. Charles Johnson and Carlos Mota come from a versatile and dynamic backgrounds, making fights competitive and challenging for their opponents. Charles is considered to be more aggressive, agile, and determined while analyzing his opponents and making most of the game time. Considering the past performances of both fighters, Johnson is expected to defeat Mota; however, Mota can outclass any opponent on his day.
Talking about the overall standings of these both fighters, Charles Johson is the Fly Weight champion hailing in the US Midwest. On the other hand, the challenger Carlos Mota of Brazil stands 134th in the featherweight rankings. Apart from their rankings and previous track record, both these fighters are competent enough to give a tough time to each other when in the ring. LFA Fly Weight championship would be on the line on the night of 21st January 2022. Mota is aspiring individual planning to seize the opportunity with both hands and be the new Fly Weight champion.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
The Fly Weight champion from Kansas, Missouri, is all set to defend his Fly Weight championship against Carlos Mota of Brazil. The 5’9”, 124.8 lbs fighter is keen on maintaining his winning streak and establishing himself as a well-reputed MMA fighter in the circuit. According to his previous track record, his only defeat came 3 years back against Brand Royval (7-3-0), courtesy of a unanimous decision. Since then, Johson has been up for challenges and competitive fights. After the last defeat 3 years back, Johson defeated Karlee Pangilinan, Yuma Horiuchi, and Joao Camilo. Johnson took his opponent to the cleaners during all these fights and ultimately won those fights. Johnson is geared up for the upcoming event to take his opponent down and make a bold statement.
Carlos Mota, a seasoned fighter hailing from Brazil, is the challenger at the main event of LFA 122, which would be among the most fights of this season. The noticeable track record and statistics suggest that Mota would give the Fly Weight champion Johnson a tough time. His last victory came 5 months ago against Jefferson Oliveira (6-1-0), courtesy of a unanimous decision. The 5’6”, 129 lbs Brazilian fighter is all set to make Johnson feel the heat of the event. However, Mota might be winning the fight by either a unanimous decision or a TKO.
Being the 2nd best fighter in the category, Charles is expected to manage a comprehensive win against Mota. The winning streak is expected to extend, as the odds and predictions suggest Johnson will manage Mota easily. Carlos Mota would be all hailing in confidence and determination, having 6 consecutive wins in his last 6 fights. Odds and overall winning outcomes don’t justify Mota’s character, resilience, and sheer courage in the ring. Mota’s winning percentage is around 22% depending on the statistics, previous gameplay, and overall analysis.