Using the latest UFC Fight Night odds, as well as industry-leading tools, we’re set to make our Ricardo Ramos-Charles Jourdain pick and prediction.
Heading to the men’s featherweight division, Ricardo Ramos takes on Charles Jourdain as a +120 underdog this weekend. Ramos has been trading wins and losses of late, most recently getting knocked out Danny Chavez via spinning back elbow in June of last year. Jourdain defeated Kron Gracie by decision back in May.
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Ricardo Ramos-Charles Jourdain Pick and Prediction
Best UFC Fight Night Picks: Ricardo Ramos vs. Charles Jourdain Odds
Ricardo Ramos: Opened +115, Now +120 | Charles Jourdain: Opened -140, Now -142
Ramos has a 16-4 record with four knockouts and seven submissions, and he has been knocked out twice and submitted once. Ramos has a Brazilian jiu-jitsu background, and he lands 2.58 takedowns on average. His 72% takedown defense also stands up to most in the division. On the feet, Ramos lands 3.32 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 3.82 behind 57% defense. Ramos has a decent level of competition, but he stumbled a few times against Lerone Murphy and most recently Zubaira Tukhugov in his last four fights.
Jourdain has a 14-6 record with eight knockouts and four submissions. He has only been submitted one time, which came against Julian Erosa in 2021. Jourdain has a diverse mixed martial arts background, which includes a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. In the Octagon, he lands 5.78 significant strikes per minute while absorbing 4.30 behind 57% striking defense. Despite his black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Jourdain only averages 0.1 takedowns per bout while defending them at 48%. Takedowns have posed a problem for Jourdain in the past and could again.
Ultimately, both fighters have solid strengths of schedule and well-rounded skills. Despite Jourdain’s black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Ramos should have ground advantages. Both fighters can hold their own on the feet, but Jourdain will throw with more volume. If Ramos can get this fight to the mat, he should have a good chance to pay off his +120 betting tag.