Each event, there will be a “guest predictor” who will offer their insight into the event and provide their predictions for each MMA bout.
Odorski made his professional debut in September, taking home a first round TKO victory over Greg Large, after a unblemished 3-0 amateur career. Odorski will step into the cage next on March 1 where he will look to move to 2-0 at Unified MMA 36 against Josh Mackenzie.
Here are Odorski’s predictions for Fight Night 9:
Chris Curtis (19-5) vs Matt Dwyer (11-4): Fight Preview
“I think it will be a back and forth fight. Both guys have win streaks going so I think it will be entertaining.”
Prediction: Dwyer wins by unanimous decision.
Lucas Neufeld (3-1) vs Gagan Gill (2-0): Fight Preview
“I think Neufeld will come out fast in front of his hometown and get back in the win column. I trained a little with him recently and he looked very good.”
Prediction: Neufeld wins by knockout in the first round.
Usman Khattak (2-2) vs Samson Bieri (2-0): Fight Preview
“Khattak comes from a really good gym and trains under a good coach in Vince Gentile, but I don’t know much about Bieri.”
Prediction: Khattak wins by submission in the second round.
Jeremy Grieve (1-0) vs Semir Ali (1-0)
“Grieve’s fight at the Rumble in the Cage in September showed he has very good power and timing.”
Prediction: Grieve wins by knockout in the first round.
Fred Bauer (0-1) vs Quinton Tait (3-1)
“Tait comes from a great gym and he’s fighting in his hometown and Bauer’s last fight at Rumble in the Cage was a beauty.”
Prediction: Tait wins by unanimous decision.
Phil Bernate (0-0) vs Ryan Lebedoff (0-1)
“Both are relatively new fighters and I think this one is over early.”
Prediction: Lebedoff wins by knockout in the first round.
Luc Bernard (1-0) vs Danny Amberson (1-0)
“Amberson’s name comes to mind first based off his strong wrestling background.”
Prediction: Amberson wins by submission in the second round.