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UFC Fight Night Kattar vs Emmett: Prelims Odds, Predictions, Picks

Written by: Jean Marc Valente
Updated October 14, 2022
12 min read
  • Cody Stamann is the biggest betting favourite on the card
  • Adrian Yanez looks to make it nine wins in a row

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Ufc Fight Night Kattar Vs Emmett 18 6 2022

Featured Prelim

Adrian Yanez vs Tony Kelley – Bantamweight Division

The odds for this bout are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook. Click on the odds below to head to DraftKings and place a bet.

Adrian Yanez TALE OF THE TAPE Tony “PrimeTime” Kelley
28 Age 35
5‘7“ (170cm) Height 5‘9“ (175cm)
70.0” (178cm) Reach 70.0” (178cm)
United States Nation United States
Metro Fight Club Team Team Alpha Male
15-3-0 Record 8-2-0
8 Wins Current Streak 2 Wins


Odds +280


Adrian Yanez became an instant fan favorite when he knocked out Brady Huang with a heavy barrage of punches in round one of their contender series fight. Yanez has not lost a fight since then and has currently stacked up a jaw dropping eight wins in a row. After his contender series win he went on to knock out Victor Rodriguez, Gustavo Lopez and Randy Costa one after the other. His most recent fight was his toughest to date where he defeated Davey Grant by a razor close split decision in what was an absolute fight for the ages. He has the age advantage going into this one, but is facing another tough opponent who has never been knocked out or submitted in his career.

Tony Kelley is a solid competitor who knows how to pressure his opponents and also possesses excellent striking skills. He enters this matchup on a two fight winning streak, with his most recent win being a second round submission vs Randy Costa, a fighter who Adrian Yanez also finished. He did well on the regional scene also where he finished several opponents and has been training at team Alpha Male in Sacramento, California. While he has shown durability so far in his career, this is a big step up for Kelley when it comes to striking and he may have his hands full against Yanez.


Our Pick

Adrian Yanez by KO/TKO/DQ in round 1 (+275)

Jasmine Jasudavicius vs Natalia Silva – Women’s Flyweight Division

Jasmine Jasudavicius  TALE OF THE TAPE Natalia Silva
33 Age 25
5‘7“ (170cm) Height 5‘4“ (163cm)
68.0” (173cm) Reach 66.0” (167cm)
Canada Nation Brazil
Niagara Top Team Team Team Borracha
7-1-0 Record 12-5-1
3 Wins Current Streak 6 Wins


Odds +205


Jasmine Jasudavicius has had the best start a fighter could hope for in their UFC career. Not only did she win her contender series fight by unanimous decision over Julia Polastri, but she also went on to dominate in her debut, defeating young prospect Kay Hansen by unanimous decision at UFC 270. Despite being the older fighter in this matchup, she has a huge height and reach advantage going into this one and she can strike with the best of them.

Natalia Silva is a great prospect who will be making her UFC debut in this fight after putting together an impressive six fight winning streak in the regional scene in Brazil. She displayed excellent submission skills throughout her career and will look to do the very same thing in the UFC. Despite Silva’s grappling skills, she is facing a very strong opponent who has shown the ability to defend takedowns and win grappling exchanges herself.

Our Pick

Jasmine Jasudavicius by judges decision (+105)

Court McGee vs Jeremiah Wells – Welterweight Division

Court “The Crusher” McGee TALE OF THE TAPE Jeremiah Wells
37 Age 35
5‘11“ (181cm) Height 5‘9“ (175cm)
75.5” (192cm) Reach 75.0” (191cm)
United States Nation United States
The Pit Elevated Fight Team Team Renzo Gracie Philly
21-10-0 Record 10-2-1
2 Wins Current Streak 4 Wins


Odds -110


Court “The Crusher” McGee, a long time veteran of the sport, finds himself on a two fight winning streak going into this fight. He was the underdog in both of those fights but came out on top. He is a solid well rounded competitor and has been in the UFC since 2010 when he won the ultimate fighter season 11 finale. Previous to his current winning streak, his most recent loss came by way of unanimous decision of UFC and MMA legend Carlos “The Natural Born Killer” Condit.

Jeremiah Wells is currently on a tear, having won 5 fights in a row including most recently dominantly submitting Mike “Blood DIamond” Mathetha in round one at UFC 271. He is the younger fighter in the matchup despite being 35 year of age and will also have a huge advantage when it comes to athleticism and explosiveness. Wells’s KO power is what got him to where he is at in his career but it is evident that his grappling is also improving very much from fight to fight.

Our Pick

Jeremiah Wells by KO/TKO/DQ in round 1 (+1000)

Ricardo Lucas Ramos vs Danny Chavez – Featherweight Division

Ricardo “Carcacinha” Lucas Ramos TALE OF THE TAPE Danny “The Colombian Warrior” Chavez
26 Age 35
5‘9“ (175cm) Height 5‘8“ (173cm)
72.0” (183cm) Reach 67.0” (170cm)
Brazil Nation United States
Team Alpha Malte Team MMA Masters
15-4-0 Record 11-4-1
1 Loss Current Streak 1 Loss


Odds +235


Ricardo Ramos was first discovered by UFC president Dana White while scouting for talent on his show titled “Dana White’s looking’ for a fight” back in 2017 and has been in the UFC since then. So far he has secured six wins and suffered three defeats. He is the longer and rangier fighter in this matchup and possesses the tools to win the striking exchanges at a comfortable pace and distance.

Danny Chavez had an impressive UFC debut where he secured a unanimous decision win over TJ Brown, before suffering a unanimous decision loss to Jared Gordon who is a solid competitor to say the least. His most recent fight which happened last July ended in a majority draw vs Kai Kamaka III. He has not shown much dominance in his recent fights and chances that he will be able to dominate Ricardo Ramos are slim to none. Chavez might be able to win the striking exchanges but will be in big trouble if the fight goes to the ground.

Our Pick

Ricardo Lucas Ramos by judges decision (-105)

Maria Oliveira vs Gloria De Paula – Women’s Strawweight Division

Maria “Spider Girl” Oliveira TALE OF THE TAPE Gloria “Glorinha” De Paula
25 Age 27
5‘5“ (165cm) Height 5‘5“ (165cm)
69.0” (175cm) Reach 67.5” (171cm)
Brazil Nation Brazil
Parana Vale Tudo Team Chute Boxe Diego Lima
12-5-0 Record 6-4-0
1 Loss Current Streak 1 Win


Odds -255


Despite being the heavy underdog in this fight, Maria Oliveira goes into this one as the younger, taller and much more experienced fighter. She did however lose her fight on Dana White’s contender series to Marina Rodriguez by TKO in round one as well as losing her UFC debut to Tabatha Ricci via unanimous decision. She did however secure two impressive wins on the regional scene in between those two losses, with one of those wins coming by way of first round KO.

On the other side of the octagon we have Gloria “Glorinha” de Paula, a fighter who did manage to secure a win in her contender series fight, via unanimous decision over Pauline Macias. “Glorinha” went on to lose her next two bouts. One by unanimous decision to Jinh Yu Frey and the next by KO in round one by Cheyanne Vlismas. In her most recent fight back in February, she secured a dominant unanimous decision win over Diana Belbita. Both of these fighters are still young and both have suffered losses to high level opponents, however the age and experience advantage may give “Spider Girl” the edge she needs to secure a win in this one.

Our Pick

Maria Oliveira by KO/TKO/DQ in round 1 (+2000)

Eddie Wineland vs Cody Stamann – Bantamweight Division

Eddie Wineland TALE OF THE TAPE Cody “Spartan” Stamann
37 Age 32
5‘7“ (170cm) Height 5‘6“ (168cm)
69.0” (175cm) Reach 64.5” (164cm)
United States Nation United States
Duneland Vale Tudo Team Michigan Top Team
24-15-1 Record 19-5-1
2 Losses Current Streak 3 Losses


Odds -510


Eddie Wineland is a long time MMA veteran who started competing in the sport in 2003 before joining the WEC in 2006 and subsequently joining the UFC in 2011 after the promotion bought the WEC and all its fighter contracts in a deal which changed the sport. Ever since joining the UFC he had both impressive wins as well as devastating losses. His first round KO loss to Sean O’Malley went viral all over social media, and a few months later he would suffer another First round KO loss to John Castaneda in his most recent fight. No doubt Eddie Wineland is on the tail end of his long career.

Cody Stamann has also had a mixed bag of results since joining the UFC. He started off his run in the promotion with a three fight winning streak over Terrion Ware, Tom Duquesnoy and Bryan Caraway. Soon after that he would suffer his first UFC loss by second round kneebar submission to current bantamweight champion Aljamain “Funkmaster” Sterling. He managed to bounce back from that loss with a two fight winning streak beating Alejandro Perez and Brian Kelleher consecutively by unanimous decision. However recently he has lost three fights in a row to top level competition in Jimmie Rivera, Merab Dvalishvili and Said Nurmagomedov. Despite all that, Stamann has the tools to take this to the ground early and look for a ground n pound TKO.

Our Pick

Cody Stamann by KO/TKO/DQ in round 1 (+400)

Phil Hawes vs Deron Winn – Middleweight Division

Phil “Megatron” Hawes TALE OF THE TAPE Deron Winn
33 Age 33
6‘0“ (183cm) Height 5‘6“ (168cm)
77.5” (197cm) Reach 70.0” (178cm)
United States Nation United States
Sanford MMA Team American Kickboxing Academy
11-3-0 Record 7-2-0
1 Loss Current Streak 1 Win


Odds +200


While Phil Hawes is indeed coming off a first round KO loss to Chris Curtis, we cannot forget that he was on a seven fight winning streak previous to that. Five of those seven wins came in the first round by KO. While Phil Hawes has what it takes to neutralize the wrestling of Deron Winn, he is still known to have a weak chin, and could be susceptible to being knocked out by any heavy punches that Winn may throw. However overall, Hawes is a very tough challenge for anyone to face, especially in round one, as he throws strike after strike, overwhelming his opponents without any let up.

Deron Winn has had a mixed bag of results since joining the UFC back in 2019, with two wins and two losses so far in the promotion. The wrestler from AKA impressed MMA fans with his promotional debut win over Eric Spicely where he won by unanimous decision, However this win has since not aged well as Spicely has since gone on a four fight losing skid with three of those fights taking place in lower caliber promotions. Undoubtedly Winns main strength is his elite wrestling, and while he is competitive everywhere else, he is still learning as he goes along and one has the question whether he has the defensive skills to survive a first round barrage of strikes from Phil Hawes.

Our Pick

Phil Hawes by KO/TKO/DQ in round 1 (+275)

Roman Dolidze vs Kyle Daukaus – Middleweight Division

Roman “The Caucasian” Dolidze TALE OF THE TAPE Kyle “The D’Arce Knight” Daukaus
32 Age 29
6‘2“ (188cm) Height 6‘3“ (191cm)
76.0” (193cm) Reach 76.0” (193cm)
Gerogia Nation United States
Xtreme Couture Team Martinez BJJ
9-1-0 Record 11-2-0-1 NC
1 Win Current Streak 1 Win


Odds -235


Roman Dolidze had an outstanding UFC debut back in 2020 where the Georgian national knocked out Khadis Ibrahimov with a head kick in the first round of their fight, but has since only had very close and competitive matchups. These include a very close split decision win vs John Allen, a unanimous decision loss to Trevin Giles, as well as most recently a unanimous decision win vs Laureano Strapoli, a fight which did not look easy for him in the slightest. His main strength is his striking ability as well as his ability to hold opponents up against the cage to wear them out.

Kyle “The D’Arce Knight” Daukaus who happens to be the younger fighter in this matchup, has had a similar UFC run, win two wins, two losses, as well as a no contest vs Kevin Holland, a fight which he was totally dominant in until the stoppage due to an accidental headbutt. He is a very scrappy striker who is not at all afraid to brawl and has excellent jiu jitsu skills. He has so far finished six of his opponents, including his last one by D’Arce choke which is where he got the nickname.

Our Pick

Kyle Daukaus by submission in round 3 (+1300)

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UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Emmett Information
Event UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Emmett
Location Moody Center, Austin, Texas, United States
Date / Time Saturday 18th June – 16:00 ET
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