UFC on ESPN 37: Kattar vs. Emmett is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 18, 2022, in Austin, Texas, USA. In one of the matchups on the fight card, Court “The Crusher” McGee will take on Jeremiah Wells in the Welterweight Bout. You can view the full UFC on ESPN 37 card.
In this post, we will break down Court McGee vs. Jeremiah Wells matchup. Let’s take look at the fighter’s ages, their height, records, reach, fight stats, and more below ⤵
The 38-year-old, Court McGee is coming in with a 22-10-0 record. McGee will be fighting for the first time since a win via unanimous decision against Ramiz Brahimaj at UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs. Chikadze in January.
Wells, meanwhile, is coming off a submission win against Blood Diamond on January 15, 2022 at UFC 271: Adesanya vs. Whittaker 2 and holds a 10-2-1 record.
|Court McGee||vs.||Jeremiah Wells|
Court McGee has an orthodox fighting stance with a 75″ reach. The 36-year-old, Jeremiah Wells is an switch fighter with a 74″ reach. An orthodox fighter stands with their left side forward and jabs with their left hand, the southpaw fighter is the opposite, southpaw stands with their right side forward and jabs with their right hand. In most cases, orthodox fighters are right-handed, if you are left-handed, then you fight southpaw.
→ McGee’s striking accuracy is 37%.
→ McGee lands 4.69 significant strikes per minute.
→ McGee’s takedown accuracy is 25%.
→ McGee’s takedown average is 1.87 per 15 minutes.
→ McGee’s takedown defense is 69%.
McGee comes in with 37% striking accuracy, typically landing about 4.69 significant strikes every minute. On the other side, Wells fires at 50% accuracy, landing about 3.55 significant strikes per minute. Court McGee also has a 25% takedown accuracy and on average gets around 1.87 takedowns every 15 minutes, compared to Wells’s 1.48 takedowns and 100% takedown accuracy.
→ Wells’s striking accuracy is 50%.
→ Wells lands 3.55 significant strikes per minute.
→ Wells’s takedown accuracy is 12%.
→ Wells’s takedown average is 1.48 per 15 minutes.
→ Wells’s takedown defense is 100%.
Jeremiah spent on average 5:04 minutes in the Octagon and Court has an average fight time of 13:55 minutes.
This looks like an entertaining matchup, at least on paper. UFC on ESPN 37 is live in , who do you think will win, Court or Jeremiah? Sound off in the comments.
|UFC on ESPN 37: Kattar vs. Emmett|
|June 18, 2022|
|Austin, Texas, USA|
|Court McGee vs. Jeremiah Wells|