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UFC Betting: UFC on Fox 16 Preview Dillashaw Vs. Barao 2
Main Event: TJ Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao
Odds: Barao +175, Dillashaw -220
Dillashaw should win the fight because…
The anticipated rematch between current champion Dillashaw and former champion Barao for the Bantamweight title caps off the night. With the rematch being delayed twice already, the two fighters have had more than enough time to prepare. Dillashaw beat Barao at UFC 173 by TKO in the fifth round. This match will end with a similar result with Dillashaw winning the rematch. There is a good chance this match will go the distance and be decided by the judges.
Miesha Tate vs. Jessica Eye
Odds: Tate -200, Eye +160
Tate should win the fight because…
Tate and Eye are both highly ranked in the female 135 lbs divison, with each vying for a title fight against current champion Rhonda Rousey. Tate is more finesse than her opponent Eye, who primarily relies on striking to win matches. Tate has the slight advantage due to her superior ability to defend against strikes and much better grappling skills.
Edson Barboza vs. Paul Felder
Odds: Barboza -130, Felder +110
Barboza should win the fight because…
Two strikers go head-to-head in a lightweight matchup. Both fighters have knockout power and will need to be at their best defensively, to avoid getting knocked out. Felder has slightly better accuracy than Barboza and each fighter lands the same amount of significant strikes per minute. Where Barboza gets the edge over Felder is from his defense and ability to absorb hits. This match will be an exciting one and get for bettors who enjoy MMA prop betting.
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Two unbeatens enter the octagon on Sept. 26 at UFC 253 with the UFC world middleweight championship belt on the line. Israel Adesanya (19-0) puts his title up for grabs against Brazilian Paulo Costa, who is 13-0. The Nigerian-born Adesanya, who fights out of New Zealand, holds a height (1.93m-1.85m) and a reach (203.2-182.9) advantage over Costa. In terms of age, Costa, 29, is two years younger than Adesanya, 31.