Krylov. Number I got is long gone now though, still not a bad price currently. Glover was an animal back in the day but is on the downturn of his career. He was fortunate to win his last 2 fights after being in deep water early. He's a vet, weathered the storm and took the fight to the ground where he's a legit legit black belt. Problem is Glover views himself as a high powered striker and only goes to the ground when his back is against the wall. From a pure striking perspective Krylov is uber athletic and extremely fluid and powerful. Krylov is by far the better fighter on the feet, just needs to have some patience if he has Glover on the ropes and not make the same mistake Roberson did. Roberson is also one of the dumbest fighters in UFC.
Don't expect this fight to go the distance, if it does I think Glover is going to have to get a 3rd rd finish to pull it off. This fight going the distance and getting Krylov fatigued is his best shot. I see Krylov finishing Glover in the 1st or being up 2-0 headed to the 3rd.
Gaethje is a bad matchup for Cowboy. Cerrone does well when he can maintain distance on the feet utilize his solid muay thai attack. However, there is no one who can close distance better than Gaethje and make the battle on the feet a grueling brawl. Cerrone usually like to take guys with superior strength to the ground to neutralize a plodding striking attack. Don't see it happening. Gaethje is a very decorated amateur wrestler. Cowboy like Glover needs to weather an early storm and hope his man gets tired or get lucky with a headkick. If the line drops 20 more cents I will add on Gaethje. Might happen, cerrone is a public darling.