Edmen Shahbazyan and Anthony Hernandez will soon step into the Octagon at UFC Fight Night: Dern vs. Hill, in what is sure to be a thrilling fight for MMA fans around the world. Edmen Shahbazyan has been rising through the ranks of MMA with impressive wins over quality opponents such as Brad Tavares and Jack Marshman. He currently holds a perfect record of 11-0, including two submission victories and three knockouts, making him a formidable opponent against any fighter in his weight class. On the other side of the octagon is Anthony Hernandez, who is looking to prove that he belongs among the elite of MMA fighters by defeating one of its brightest stars in Edmen Shahbazyan. With an impressive 8-2 record that includes 6 finishes (5 submissions), it’s clear that Hernandez has plenty of potential and could make this an exciting fight if given a chance to do so.
When predicting who will win this matchup between Edmen Shahbazyan (-305) and Anthony Hernandez (+255), there are several factors that need to be taken into consideration: experience, fighting style, recent form/streak and mental edge. When it comes to experience, both fighters have quite comparable levels; while Edmen may have more fights under his belt (11 compared with 8), they have each taken on similarly skilled opponents throughout their careers thus far – meaning neither fighter should gain too much advantage from this factor when all is said and done. As for fighting style match ups; both men prefer to engage their opponents on their feet but also posses strong ground games which could come into play during the bout depending on how things play out when standing up or clinching up against each other’s body type or defensive strategies used during these phases of combat respectively.
From a recent form/streak perspective; both men come into this contest with impressive records having won five consecutive fights since suffering losses early on in their respective careers(Eddie lost his first professional fight while Anthony dropped back-to-back bouts shortly after starting out). In terms of mental edge however; it appears as though Eddie may just possess another level here – having never tasted defeat yet showing no fear whatsoever when entering The Octagon – something which can definitely give him even more confidence heading into this high profile matchup against an experienced veteran like Anthony Hernandez .
Overall when considering all aspects involved before making a prediction for who will win; my pick would go towards Edmen Shabazhayan due largely to his overall level competitiveness coupled with superior striking skills and greater self belief – something which I believe would allow him enough time & space needed to break down & eventually overwhelm his opponent en route towards victory via knockout late within 3 rounds maximum here at UFC Fight Night: Dern vs Hill