MMA Preview – Marcin Tybura vs Walt Harris at UFC Vegas 28

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When is UFC Vegas 28? Saturday 5th June, 2021 -22:00 start (UK)

Where is UFC Vegas 28? UFC APEX, Enterprise, Nevada (US)

Where can I get tickets for UFC Vegas 28? Click here for the latest ticket information for UFC events

What channel is UFC Vegas 28 on? BT Sport 2

Where can I stream UFC Vegas 28? BT Sport subscribers can stream the fight online via the BT Sport website

For viewers in the United States, the event will be shown live on ESPN+ and you can sign up for access as part of a Disney Bundle here!


Marcin Tybura (21-6) is enjoying the best form of his UFC career so far. After getting knocked out twice in a row back in 2019 by Shamil Abdurakhimov and Augusto Sakai, he has gone on an excellent four-fight win streak. He started 2020 with a unanimous decision over Sergey Spivak and earnt two more over Maxim Grishin and Ben Rothwell. He then capped off a brilliant year by knocking out Greg Hardy in December.

Walt Harris (13-9(1)) had a completely contrasting 2020. In 2019, he knocked out Spivak and Alexey Oleynik but at the end of the year he had to deal with the sickening news of the abduction and murder of his stepdaughter. He somehow found the courage to get back in the cage in May last year but got knocked out by Alistair Overeem and again by Alexander Volkov in October.


Harris is not getting any easy fights gifted to him. but he will be eyeing up those four knockout losses on Tybura’s record. All 13 of Harris’ wins have come via knockout and he knows he requires one touch of leather to walk away with a 14th.

Tybura can strike as well but he knows he needs to avoid Harris’ hands at all costs so we can expect him to call upon his grappling where he has a significant advantage. Harris has good takedown defence, so he will have to work hard to get him down.

If Tybura does get the fight to the ground, a submission is likely as Tybura is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Harris has a weakness off his back. Tybura also has the cardio advantage, so a Tybura decision or late submission is most likely, but with Harris’ explosiveness and speed, a knockout is always one punch away.

Prediction: Tybura via Submission - CLICK HERE FOR PARIMATCH'S WELCOME OFFER (BET £5, GET £30 IN BONUSES!)

Value Bet: Harris via KO/TKO

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