Hopefully, he looked good in his last fight but I'd take McGee over him if he's an underdog, especially a big one. I think Court can take Ponz down (he took LaFlare down 4/6 times - Maia was 5/14) and slow him down, avoid the bull rush of the first round or so and take a decision over Ponz. Ponz has big power but McGee can take a shot and is pretty solid on the feet, he's good at controlling the distance, moving around, landing his own shots and avoiding the big shots of his opponents. I think McGee ishas the ability to get out of the way of Ponz strikes, rather than end up a stationary target like Stahl in his last fight where he looked lost on the feet with his back up against the cage for a lot of the flight letting Ponz tee off on him. Likewise I think McGee is smart enough to not engage in a brawl like Larkin did, where it worked out for Larkin but he got clipped a couple of times due to it towards the end but managed to come out on top. I expect Ponz to spend the fight pressuring, McGee playing matador and Ponz perhaps landing the harder shots while McGee lands more. Likewise when Ponz walks him down I think McGee can get takedowns on him. Unsure if he'll be able to keep him down, but I do think he'll take him down even if he can't keep him down for a long time, but land a few shots and make Ponz expend energy to get back up and break out of the clinch. McGee also has some decent kicks, both to the body and legs. They could help to slow Ponz down when pressuring McGee, Larkin found some success in throwing leg kicks against Ponz if I remember right. Should be a good fight but yeah, I'd be all over McGee if he's a big underdog.