Ngannou vs Rozenstruik: Francis Ngannu (14-3) and Jairzinho Rosenstruick (10-0) will compete at UFC 249 on May 9th. Both were originally identified as the main UFC match against Rosenstroik on ESPN 8 Ngannou. Fortunately, this is no longer a five-round game, because if everyone can get what he wants, there is no need for five-round games. If we don’t get what we want, we will be happy to send two rounds less. Both are known for their strength and speed in the division.
It is worth noting that he is famous for his strength in the heavy sector. However, Rosenstruick may not have the same level of strength as Ngannu. In the last article of this game, I mentioned that Rosenstroke knockout often appears when an adversary rushes forward. The obvious exception is his recent confrontation with Alistair Overeem (45-18), where he caught him along the fence. But this does not replace Rozenstruik’s success more on accuracy and timing than on initial motivation.
Francis Ngannu vs. Jairzinho Rosenstroik
The main difference in observing this battle is that Rosenstruick may have a technical advantage over Ngannu. However, in the first round, there is no doubt that Ngannu is a more terrible boxer, and he can be faster. Rosenstruik is a more advanced taekwondo player, able to manage all his arsenals. Ngannu is limited by counterattacks and strikes on the front leg. I believe that the style of Rosenstroik’s battle will determine the outcome in many respects, and the winning scheme is not very beautiful.
Ngannu seeks to wait until the opponents strike, bounce off and then punish them forward. In combination with his strength, this means that penetrating his body is very dangerous. In fact, the only person who excelled at this was Stipe Miocic (19-3). Stipe confuses the Ngannu token with a punch and uses his head movement to avoid the worst punch. When Ngannu promises to put on her man, Stipe will also use her struggle. Rosenstruick has not yet demonstrated a strong theft game, nor can he remove a larger person without a background in the fight.
Ngannu, Lewis repeat
Another way that Ngannu played against Rosenstruck is to compare it with the battle between Ngannu and Derrick Lewis (23-7). Although Lewis and Ngannu can be a boring and boring battle, it shows us that Ngannu will gladly let you kick him in the legs to win. The biggest obstacle for Rosenstroik is that he is less than 6 feet 4 inches tall, and he will have to step into the Ngannu coverage area to hit the ground. Ngannu uses side kick as his primary weapon for his front leg. Rozenstruik should be able to avoid most of the dangers if he insists on an external taekwondo competition that does nothing.
Fans may be disappointed because both are known for extreme violence. To be honest, it is. But do not despair, because Rosenstruk likes to fight back on impact. His addiction can be seen in the battle of Overeem. When Overeem shoots out, Rosenstruick will rush forward and back to the enemy. Ngannu can hit Rosenstroke and force the deal to close. In the event of a fire, I am more confident that Ngannu won these deals compared to Rosenstruick.
If Ngannu does his best in this battle, it might be interesting. Although not one of them is a first-class soldier, Ngannu is much larger and Rosenstruick’s capture is so bad that I can imagine how Ngannu will achieve some success when he gets the highest score. Having said that, Ngannu is likely to do as he always does.
Rosenstruk will choose how this battle will develop
Rosenstruck will decide how this battle will continue. If he adheres to this with confidence, then he is likely to win a long and tedious decision in three rounds. If Rosenstroik remains in his pocket, he will be eliminated. The match Ngannu against Rosenstroika will be decided due to the calmness of Rosenstroika. I want to say that, fortunately, this battle lasts only three rounds.