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UFC Prague (UFC Fight Night 145) is set to take place February 23 in The O2 Arena at the capital city of the Czech Republic. The principal event of the card is that a light heavyweight bout between Thiago Santos and Jan Blachowicz, and the UFC is beginning to fill the card out by announcing each one the preliminary bouts. Four new prelims have been revealed for the card (along with people mention in previous posts here), and here are my thoughts on the new bouts in the current MMA odds and ends. Veronica Macedo vs. Gillian Robertson, UFC Fight Night 145 The very first new bout of course is a women’s flyweight matchup involving Veronica Macedo and Gillian Robertson. Nolan King of FloCombat broke the new. Macedo (5-2-1) is 0-2 in the UFC but set up a spirited effort in a decision loss to Andrea Lee that won her a share of”Battle of the Night.” Robertson (5-3) is 2-1 at the UFC, with all of her struggles end in submission win or lose. Both girls are in desperate need of a victory, and this battle could go either way. I’d slightly lean towards Robertson since she has fought a higher degree of competition, but it’s close. Carlo Pedersoli Jr. vs. Dwight Grant, UFC Fight Night 145 Then we have a welterweight bout between Carlo Pedersoli Jr. and Dwight Grant. Sherdog broke the information. Pedersoli Jr. (11-2) started his UFC career using a split decision win over Brad Scott but suffered a quick KO loss to Alex Oliveira his last time out. Grant (8-2) is coming off of a split decision loss to Zak Ottow in his final fight. Both guys have a whole lot to prove but I believe Pedersoli Jr. is a better fighter according to what we’ve observed in the UFC and Cage Warriors plus I would prefer him . Magomed Ankalaev vs. Klidson Farias de Abreu, UFC Fight Night 145 Following a few other competitions dropped through, Magomed Ankalaev will go back to the Octagon against UFC newcomer Klidson Farias de Abreu. Ankalaev (9-1) endured a devastating entry reduction to Paul Craig in his UFC debut but bounced back nicely with a TKO win over Marcin Prachnio in his final struggle. Abreu (14-2) is riding a six-fight win streak into this contest and 16 of his wins have ended inside the space. I would not feel comfortable putting enormous juice Ankalaev after what occurred in the Craig struggle, but on paper he must have the benefit in this particular one. Having said that, if Abreu is a huge underdog like Craig was, perhaps he could be worth taking a flier on. Damir Ismagulov vs. Joel Alvarez, UFC Fight Night 145 And added into the card is a welterweight bout between Damir Ismagulov and Joel Alvarez. MMADNA broke the information. Ismagulov (17-2) is riding a 12-fight win series and won a decision over Alex Gorgees in his UFC debut. Alvarez (15-1) is a veteran of the Spanish regional scene, and it has completed all 15 of the professional victories. Alvarez looks like a good potential but Ismagulov is on a whole other level and that I would peg him as a large favorite to win this fight. Disclaimer: This page includes affiliate links and MMA Odds Breaker will be compensated should you make a purchase after clicking on the links. Read more: