Sean O’Malley, Jorge Masvidal, and other UFC Stars Predict Islam Makhachev vs Dustin Poirier’s Bout at UFC 302

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The anticipation surrounding the UFC 302 lightweight championship fight between Islam Makhachev and Dustin Poirier has reached a fever pitch. While Makhachev is the reigning champion and holds the top spot in the pound-for-pound rankings, two prominent fighters have boldly predicted a victory for Poirier.

Sean O’Malley’s Confident Prediction

Sean O’Malley, known for his striking prowess and unfiltered opinions, didn’t mince words. He confidently stated, “Dustin Poirier guillotines Islam, round number two… That’s what I know is gonna happen.” O’Malley’s belief in Poirier’s submission skills suggests that he sees a specific path to victory for the challenger.

Jorge Masvidal’s Take on Islam Makhachev vs Dustin Poirier

Jorge Masvidal, a seasoned fighter with a wealth of experience, acknowledged the challenge that Makhachev presents. However, he also expressed a strong gut feeling about the outcome. Masvidal said, “I know it’s not gonna be no walk in the park, but man I just have this feeling he pulls it off bro… He catches Islam, puts him down, he hits him while he’s on the ground, fight’s over, and he walks away with that f***ing belt on his shoulder.”

As the UFC 302 event approaches, fight fans eagerly await the clash between these two elite lightweights. Makhachev aims to solidify his legacy, while Poirier seeks to reclaim the title. Whether it’s a guillotine submission or a ground-and-pound finish, one thing is certain: the Octagon will witness fireworks when these warriors collide.

In the end, only time will reveal whether O’Malley and Masvidal’s predictions come true. But one thing remains clear: UFC 302 promises high drama, intense action, and a battle for supremacy in the lightweight division.

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