January 29, 2016 Venue: Save Mart Center, Fresno, California, USA
Paul Bradely and Chris Honeycutt certainly need a rematch when their previous faceoff became a no contest match.
These two fighters look promising and they will certainly bring the house down in their upcoming encounter.
In focus: Bradley
With a 22-6 record under his belt, there is no doubt that Bradley is a notable veteran in the field. His experience will be one of his biggest advantages over Honeycutt.
However, his most recent matches have not been that impressive. There is an air of inconsistency going on in his last four matches. He lost to Valdri Araujo in 2012 then won against Karl Amoussou in 2013. A year after that he lost to Nathan Coy, but eventually won over Josh Neer.
Nevertheless, despite of the said inconsistency, there is no doubt that he is good at making grand comebacks. The match between Honeycutt will not be exempt from the return that he is looking forward to.
In focus: Honeycutt
Honeycutt enters the match with a six-match winning streak—something that could have been extended if not for the no contest result against Bradley.
In his entire career, mostly of his matches were won via strong punches that ended in TKO. This therefore makes him a deadly opponent that Bradley should watch out for.
What to expect
Honeycutt’s clean slate is certainly a challenge to Bradley. The latter should step up his game or he might soon find himself at the losing edge. Indeed, he has the experience, but Honeycutt’s record is hard to ignore.
The pick: Honeycutt
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