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UFC Preview: UFC Fight Night - Hendricks Vs. Thompson
Main Event: Johny Hendricks vs. Stephen Thompson
Odds: Hendricks -230, Thompson +180
Two top welterweights take centre stage at this Saturday’s Fight Night – with number 2 ranked Hendricks looking to get a shot at the championship with a victory against 8th ranked Thompson. Hendricks – a grappling specialist – will have a tough fight against Thompson who has advantages in terms of height and reach. Hendricks remains the favourite and at 17-3 in his MMA career he has the track record to back him up. Still Thompson is a strong underdog bet after having won his last 5 matches – increasing two first round knockouts.
Jared Rosholt vs. Roy Nelson
Odds: Rosholt +135, Nelson -165
Heavyweights do battle in the Octagon – in the lead up event of the night. Nelson is coming off 3 straight losses and has seen his name drop down the rankings all the way to 11th. Sitting one spot below him on the rankings is Jared Rosholt. Rosholt is somewhat of an ironman – having won 5 of his last 6 matches by unanimous decision – with the sixth match being a round 3 KO/TKO. Rosholt gets the edge in this match as his reach advantage should help him avoid Nelson’s knockout power.
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Rafael Cavalcante
Odds: Saint Preux -360, Cavalcante +270
The last fight rounding out the top bouts of the night features two ranked light heavyweights both looking for redemption after losing their previous match. Saint Preux lost his last match through submission but had won his previous two through round one knockouts. Cavalcante has lost 3 of 4 with his lone victory coming back in November of 2013 by round one knock out. If you are looking for a prop bet – method of victory per say – knockout would be a good betting option.
Pick: Saint Preux
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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.