Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5-13-23 Analysis, Tips and Odds

Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5/13/23 – Matt Brown will join Court McGee in UFC Charlotte this Saturday as part of UFC On ABC 4. After losing in their previous bout in the Octagon, both fighters entered Saturday’s preliminary card eager and confident to prove themselves victorious. However, Court McGee is predicted to win here according to the UFC betting tips by the experts. 

Matt Brown vs Court McGee

Date & Time: Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 11:30 PM ET

Location: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA


Matt Brown vs Court McGee 5/13/23 Betting Odds


Moneyline: +195


Moneyline: -230

Matt Brown vs Court McGee Analysis

Matt “The Immortal” Brown holds an undefeated record with 25-19-0. At 42 years old and 6′ 0″, this orthodox fighter boasts an incredible reach of 75″. Matt Brown is currently landing 3.77 significant strikes per minute. He hits 55% of his significant strikes. “The Immortal” allows 2.94 significant strikes per minute to defend himself. Brown blocks 54% of significant strikes thrown by his opponents. Brown has the advantage in terms of attempted submissions per 15 minute period. He attempts 1.3 submissions per 15 minutes. Brown has successfully completed 46% of his takedown attempts and blocked 64% of takedown attempts from opponents.

Matt Brown made his last Octagon appearance against Bryan Barberena and ultimately lost via split decision in round 3. Barberena managed to land 186 of 289 strikes he let fly in this competition. Brown ended this fight registering 95 of 145 total strikes landed and he made up 52% by landing 111 significant strikes out of 211. He finished the fight landing 82 of 170 significant head strikes. On the opposite side of the Octagon, Brown managed to land 62% of his significant strikes by connecting on 81 out of 129 shots thrown. Regarding his striking power, 36 out of 75 strikes hit directly to the head. 70% of the significant strikes connected on by Barberena and 62% of them landed by Brown were done at distance. 

Court “The Crusher” McGee stands 5’11”, weighs in at 170 lbs and looks to add another win to his 22-11-0 career record. At 38 years old he extends his reach 75 inches. Regarding significant strikes, Court McGee is currently landing 4.68 significant strikes per minute. McGee has found success launching significant strikes, landing 37%. “The Crusher” absorbs an average of 3.69 significant strikes per minute when it comes to his defense. McGee manages to control 60% of strikes thrown his way. McGee is successfully landing 25% of his takedown attempts and blocking 69% of those attempted by opponents.

Court McGee had one final fight, against Jeremiah Wells. Unfortunately for him, the fight ended early due to an early punch to the head in round 1. Wells was successful in connecting on 71% of his significant strikes at distance, while McGee landed 100% of them. McGee made 37% of his significant strikes by landing three of 8. He failed to connect on any of four significant strikes aimed at his head. Wells was successful in connecting on seven out of sixteen significant hits during that game. Regarding his placement of these significant strikes, 7 out of 16 of his hits hit their target – specifically to the head. Wells had seven of 16 total strikes landed against McGee while only three of eight total strikes landed by Wells.

Matt Brown vs Court McGee Stats

Average Fight Time9:2413:18
Height6′ 0″5′ 11″
Weight170 lbs.170 lbs.
Strikes Landed per Min.3.774.68
Striking Accuracy55%37%
Strikes Absorbed per Min.2.943.69
Takedowns Average/15 min.1.711.86
Takedown Accuracy46%25%
Takedown Defense64%69%
Submission Average/15 min.1.30.5

Matt Brown vs Court McGee Free Pick

Matt Brown is the lesser skilled wrestler here, he had takedown average with 1.71 every three rounds while McGee averaged 1.86. Based on their records, Brown has more losses than McGee; thus leading many experts to conclude that McGee is superior. UFC online analysts are favoring McGee to come out on top of this battle.

Free Pick: -230