This week brings another shot of midweek MMA. Late night Wednesday (early Thursday), the Alaska Fighting Championship returns to UFC Fight Pass for AFC 150.
The card, which originates from Anchorage and the Alaska Airlines Center, streams at midnight EDT/9 PDT on the video-streaming service.
AFC 150 is the second AFC event to be held since the promotion moved to a 12-month schedule of cards.
In total, six mixed martial arts fights will make up AFC 150 this week. This includes the main event between 4-5-1 Tyson Duckworth and 5-4 David Booker.
This is a non-title fight in the AFC Lightweight division, therefore, it’ll be a three-round fight at five minutes per round.
Contender Comparison: (note: No reach advantage was available on Tapology at the time of this article’s writing.)
Heading into Wednesday night’s main event, Tyson Duckworth is the taller contestant in this fight. Duckworth stands 5-foot-9, two inches taller than David Booker at 5-foot-7.
Duckworth has posted a record of 1-3-1 in his last five MMA fights. His most recent fight against Kelvin Brown during the Feb. 13 AFC 145 card on UFC Fight Pass resulted in a draw by split decision.
In the other corner, David Booker has gone 3-2 in his last five contests. He enters the fight having won two of his last three contests in the AFC.
Most recently, Booker lost via first-round submission due to an arm bar vs. Kris Berberich on Apr. 17 during AFC 147 in the card’s main event.
Booker’s last win occurred in January during AFC 144 (second-round submission- arm triangle choke) against Caleb Miller on Fight Pass.
Prediction: David Booker by first-round submission.
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AFC 150 at a Glance:
Card: Wednesday (early Thursday), midnight EDT, 9 p.m. PDT, UFC Fight Pass
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