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Cage Warriors 135 David Skibinski vs. Justin Brulinson Prediction, Tips & Odds – Apr. 01, 2022
Tonight we will witness one spectacular Cage Warrior event. As usual, our experts have selected some of the most exciting fights for you, and on our site in the Picks section, you can read the analysis of those matches.
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Keep reading this article and see who we’re picking to win in the main event of the Cage Warrior!
David Skibinski vs. Justin Brulinson
The main fight of the evening at the first event of the Cage Warriors, which takes place on Friday, will be the fight in the welterweight category between the Pole David Skibinski and the guy from Sunderland Justin Brulinson. Since the CW welterweight title is vacant, it is likely that the winner of this duel could be one of the main contenders to attack that title.
We’ll start with Brulinson first. He lost the last match, and it is the first defeat in his professional career. He lost a match fighting for a UFC contract. He lost by knockout against undefeated striker Johan Lainesse. And in short, that is his biggest flaw in the way he fights. Poor defensive boxing. When we go back through his career, he finished all the fights quickly, but he always had problems with aggressive hitters, who throw a great intensity of punches. Brulinson is a top grappler, and it is his grappling and BJJ that bring him results.
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His opponent has many more professional fights. His streak of 12 consecutive wins was interrupted 5 months ago when he was knocked out by Tahir Abdullaev. Skibinski, like most Poles we see in KSW, has very aggressive wrestling. He forces that double leg and the fight on the ground floor. As soon as he feels uncomfortable in stand up, he throws himself to his feet and asks for demolition. That’s how Abdullaev knocked him out, because he missed a double leg, caught a bad single leg, and Abdulaev hit him with hammers, while Skibinski demanded a demolition. He is strong and explosive, so even in the stand, he doesn’t throw much, but waits for that one blow. There’s that K.O. power, but it takes a lot of precision and timing to hit that “one punch, one kill” shot.
Skibinski: 31 years, 18W-6L, 6TKO, height 177cm.
Brulinson: 24 years, 6W-1L, 4SUB, height 186cm.
PREDICTION: Justin Burlinson
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