Using the latest UFC Fight Night odds, as well as industry-leading tools, we’re set to make our Mizuki Inoue-Hannah Goldy pick and prediction.
Moving to the women’s strawweight division, Mizuki Inoue battles Hannah Goldy as a -340 favorite. Inoue hasn’t appeared in the Octagon since August 2020 when she lost a decision to Amanda Lemos. Goldy enters this fight fresh off a highlight knockout loss to Molly McCann back in July of 2022.
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Mizuki Inoue-Hannah Goldy Pick and Prediction
Best UFC Fight Night Picks: Mizuki Inoue vs. Hannah Goldy Odds
Mizuki Inoue: Opened -275, Now -340 | Hannah Goldy: Opened +210, Now +270
Inoue has a 14-6 professional record featuring nine submissions, and she has never been finished. Inoue split her UFC fights, defeating Wu Yanan but losing to Lemos. Her long layoff came as a result of a torn ACL. Inoue has a kickboxing background, but she has developed some serious grappling credentials behind those nine submissions. She has yet to land a takedown in the UFC, but her aggression is evidenced by 5.00 significant strikes landed per minute and 5.87 absorbed. Her regional schedule is also dotted with UFC veterans like Karolina Kowalkiewicz, Alexa Grasso and Virna Jandiroba.
Goldy is 6-3 in her career with one knockout and one submission victory. Her one knockout loss came via spinning elbow from McCann. Goldy has a boxing and Muay Thai background. She lands 5.78 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 4.95. However, she has a weakness on the mat, defending takedowns at a 55% clip. She only lands 0.56 takedowns on average. Goldy has also stumbled against weaker competition, putting her at 1-3 inside the UFC.
While Inoue has yet to show it inside the UFC, she should have a considerable grappling advantage in this fight. Inoue also has all of the credentials to stand and trade with a fighter like Goldy. Ultimately, the -340 odds make sense, but a submission prop could provide better odds later in the week.