Cowboy Cerrone and Niko Price will be the perfect introduction for the main event of the UFC Fight Night 178.
Cowboy Cerrone vs. Niko Price Preview
Cowboy is washed out. Well, that is what most say, but be sure that the veteran of this sport might be motivated with these comments and that he won’t back out from the UFC, even though many believe that it is time for him to move on. Meanwhile, Niko Price struggles to establish himself as one of the better fighters in the welterweight division. This will be his biggest fight in terms of the opponent’s background.
Cowboy Cerrone vs. Niko Price Odds
When, Where, and How to Watch Cowboy Cerrone vs. Niko Price
Where: UFC Apex Facility, Nevada, Las Vegas
When: September 19, 8 pm ET – Main Card
How to Watch: ESPN +
Cowboy Against the Odds
The majority of UFC fans adore Cowboy Cerrone, and they are experiencing a lot of discomfort once he absorbs beating. Now, in recent times, the American veteran went through a lot of such moments, and that especially goes for those two fights against Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje.
Apart from these two defeats, he had two more afterward, against Conor McGregor, but that fight lasted just 40 seconds, while the most recent bout he had, against Anthony Pettis, saw all three rounds, but in this one also, Cowboy had no chance of winning whatsoever.
Even though he is a living legend of the MMA sport, Cowboy is way past his prime and is nowhere near the fighter he used to be before.
Niko Price was once a big prospect of the UFC. However, over the recent eight fights, he had an even record of four wins and losses each, losing against the ranked rivals, and beating those who don’t have a notable background.
The Hybrid, as the fans call him, lost his last bout against Vicente Luque via TKO because of the doctor stoppage, but we need to say that he looked well in that one. If he fought all of his opponents the way he clashed with Luque, he would be much better.
Before that one, Price beat James Vick, knocking out the rival with an up-kick. Still, we aren’t sure in his capabilities, even though he looks well and has enormous power. In some previous fights, he made some pretty bad tactical choices and moves, which is why many have reserves when his future is one the line.
Price is younger and stronger than the Cowboy, which is the only reason we are going with him in this match. The hard truth is that he is an average welterweight fighter and that he won’t ever be able to reach the top 4 in this division. An even harder truth is that Cerrone can’t beat such a mediocre guy. His time is past, and the retirement is near, maybe even after this event.
Odds on Price are at …, and we are backing up his win.