On September 18, UFC Fight Night 192 is going to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada. The headlining of this event is going to be a light-heavyweight clash between Anthony Smith and Ryan Spann. Thirty fighters will participate on this card. There are lots of prospects, which fans should know.Bet on Anthony Smith vs Ryan Spann with 1xBet
In the co-main event, Ion Cutabela will face Devin Clark. Cabela is a true finisher with 12 KOs and two submissions on his record. At the same time, Devin Clark earned all his victories via unanimous decision and suffered all defeats via submissions or KO. I think Cutebela should add another victory to his career.
Armenian fighter born in Georgia, Arman Tsarukyan, will fight on this card. He suffered a loss in his UFC debut against one of the best lightweight, Islam Makhachev. Even though Makhachev is a great wrestler, Tsarukyan was one of the toughest challenges for Dagestanian fighters. After that victory, he earned 3 wins in a row and defeated powerful opponents. He will face American Christos Giagos, with the record 19-8-0. He had taught the opponent in his debut, too. He suffered defeat in his UFC debut against the current lightweight champion, Charles Oliveira. After that, he fought 5 times and suffered loss only once against Drakkar Klose. “The Spartan” was fighting in the UFC in 2015, too. But after suffering defeat twice in 3 contests, UFC cut him from the promotion. In 2018, he had his second chance against Charles Oliveira. From my point of view, Arman should defeat Christos via unanimous decision.
KO of the year’s nominate, Joaquin Buckley, is back to the octagon against Brazilian Antonio Arroyo. Buckley’s background sport is wrestling, but he has impressive striking technique, and 9 out of his 12 victories are via KO. He made his UFC debut on 1-week short notice against Taekwandoo’s black belt Kevin Holland and suffered defeat. After that, he defeated Impa Kasanganay and Jordan Wright. Both Jordan and Impa were undefeated before facing Buckley, and both suffered Brutal KO losses. I think Buckley will earn another KO victory against Brazilians, who fought twice in the UFC and suffered a loss in both.
27 years old Impa Kasanganay (former rival of Buckley) will face Carlston Lindsay Harris. Kasanganay earned 2 victories in the UFC and 2 in DWCS. He has zero wins via KO, but his standing and power of punches are incredible, so don’t be surprised if Kasanganay will earn his first KO victory against Harris.
We would not bet on his KO win; and would rather prefer just victory because he is a very quiet calm fighter, who is not looking for the finish. Kasanganay’s victory has odds of 1.74.