PFL MENA 2: Riyadh Odds, Picks & Analysis: Mostafa Abada Rashed Neda vs Abdel Rahmane Driais

PFL MENA 2: Riyadh Odds, Picks & Analysis: Mostafa Abada Rashed Neda vs Abdel Rahmane Driais

The PFL struggled to gain traction in the early going, but it is an organization that is now going from strength to strength.

Besides the annual North American League, we now have events in Europe.

 

My Analysis 2024 PFL MENA 2: Riyadh

On top of that is PFL MENA, which consists of fighters from the Middle East and North Africa.

There has already been one MENA event, and we are about to see the second one on Friday morning.

This event will be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with the main card set to go off at 11:30 AM EST.

If you want to tune into this one, you can do so via DAZN. The card for this one is huge, so we are going to focus on the top 5 fights, so let’s dive in.

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Josh Togo vs Mohsen Mohammadseifi

The first of the fights we are covering is in the Lightweight division, with a pair of fighters at very different stages of their career.

Togo has been around for a while, putting together a 13-5 record in the process.

He has had 3 wins and a No Contest in his last 5 fights. Mohammadseifi is a little less experienced, going 4-2 in his pro career, although he has won 4 in a row.

I think Togo will use his experience to get the win in this one.

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Badreddine Diani vs Amir Fazli

It’s the Welterweights up next in what I think could be a relatively quick fight.

Diani comes into this one with a 7-3 record, but he has been a little up and down in his last 5 fights, going 3-2.

On the flipside, Fazli has been in great form, winning each of his last 4 fights to take his pro record to 6-1.

Fazli is the man in form and with his finishing power, I think he gets the KO win.

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Jarrah Hussein Al-Silawi vs Rayan Atmani

We stick with the Welterweights for the next one, which again sees an experienced fighter go against a lesser one.

Al-Silawi is 19-6 overall, but he has had a rough go of late. He did win his last fight, but that one snapped a 3-fight losing skid.

Atmani is 4-2 as a pro, but he has also struggled of late, losing 2 of his last 3 bouts.

This should be a comfortable win for Al-Silawi, who I think gets the KO.

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Mohammad Alaqraa vs Youcef Ouabbas

The co-main event of the night is a Welterweight bout between a pair of fighters coming in with perfect records.

Alaqraa is a perfect 5-0 and he has mixed things up, going the distance in his last 3 fights, while having wins inside the distance in the other two.

Ouabbas is 3-0 overall, winning his last 2 fights in the opening round.

I think this one goes the distance, with Alaqraa getting the win.

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Mostafa Abada Rashed Neda vs Abdel Rahmane Driai

The main event of the night is a Middleweight bout that looks to be a great matchup.

Neda comes into this one with an 8-3 record, with wins in each of his last 4 bouts, which includes a win in the PFL.

Over his last 8 bouts, Driai has not seen a single one go beyond the first round. He is 6-2 during that stretch.

That could be a problem against a fighter as talented as Neda, who could get this one over with quickly.

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