UFC Fight Night: Brunson v Till Tips & Preview

We have a UFC Fight Night from the Apex in Las Vegas this Sunday afternoon to look forward to and the Main Event is a Middleweight contest between Derek Brunson and Darren Till.

Brunson has won his last four fights inside the octagon and Till just one from his last four.

Our full UFC Fight Night: Brunson v Till Tips & Preview can be found below.

Derek Brunson v Darren Till
Darren Till by Points @ $3.25

Derek Brunson comes into this main event fight on an absolute tear in recent times having won his last four, all against quality opponents.

In fact, he has won 13 of 18 inside the UFC since 2012 with losses to Rob Whittaker, Anderson Silva and Israel Adesanya.

He is a very well rounded Mixed Martial Artist who has 12 KO victories and a BJJ black belt under Renzo Gracie.

Darren Till has lost three of his last four fight inside the octagon and fought just once last year, a loss to Robert Whittaker.

His only win during this run was a split decision against Kelvin Gastelum back in November 2019.

However, the Scouse was undefeated heading in 17 straight fights when he fought for the UFC Welterweight title back in 2018 and is always a dangerous prospect.

This is a really exciting main event fight between two high level guys and I think the odds should be much closer together.

Darren Till is an excellent boxer who uses his feints regularly and to good effect and Brunson has power in his punches also.

This is a very crucial fight in the career of Darren Till and I can see him being very active throughout the fight, keeping his distance and getting the nod from the judges.

Tom Aspinall v Sergey Spivak
Aspinall by KO/TKO/Submission

Tom Aspinall is one of the most exciting guys in the UFC Heavyweight division and is undefeated in his three appearances in the promotion so far.

All three of those wins have been by finish including a rear naked choke against veteran Andrei Arlovski in February.

Sergey Spivak has won 13 of 15 overall and his last three in a row including a unanimous decision over Aleksei Oleinik in June this year.

Aspinall is a seriously good striker in the heaviest division in the sport and he throws a lot of feints and works behind his jab really well.

He has a very high fight IQ and his defensive skills are very sound also.

Working in his favour is his BJJ black belt and will be very dangerous should he decide to take the fight to the ground.

Alex Morono v David Zawada
Fight To Go The Distance @ $1.58

Former Legacy Fighting Championship Welterweight champion Alex Morono comes into this fight having won two of his last four fights.

His latest fight was a win over UFC stalwart Cowboy Cerrone in May via a first round TKO.

Holding a second degree black belt in BJJ as well as a black belt in Taekwondo and his 19 professional wins have been split by six KOs, six submissions and six decisions (1 DQ and 1 NC).

He takes on David Zawada who has 17 wins from 23 professional fights.

His UFC has not gone to plan so far having lost three of his four fights and It would be safe to say that his future in the promotion may be on the line.

He has some excellent calf kicks and is very dangerous off his back.

Morono is tough and Zawada is desperate.

I’ve got this one going the distance.