Above all the UFC offers a diverse roster of phenomenal personalities. That makes for perpetually interesting matchups and strong interest from fans. For example, Saturday’s preliminary card offers such a paring. Makwan “Mr. Finland” Amirkhani is a native of Iran that emigrated to Finland where he became a worldwide brand. Counter to that is Danny “The Hatchet” Henry who climbed the UFC betting ladder as a Scotsman in South Africa. Amirkhani and Henry will meet in a highly anticipated preliminary card featherweight bout. Accordingly, it can be seen on ESPN Saturday night. UFC 251 is over the top!
UFC 251 Preliminary Card: Amirkhani vs. Henry Betting Information
Account of Amirkhani’s immense betting on UFC popularity is he understandable chalk. Bargain hunters will give Henry a strong look as a capable underdog. Because of this, the line should stay relatively stable until fight time.
Makwan “Mr. Finland” Amirkhani Profile and Record
Fighting in both the featherweight and bantamweight divisions is Makwan Amirkhani, age 31. Amirkhani is best remembered for a terrifying eight-second knockout of Andy Ogle. It was among the fastest knockouts in the history of MMA betting. Although he is a native of Iran, Amirkhani resides in Finland. He employs a quite successful wrestling style to his repertoire. Amirkhani was a highly awarded Finnish wrestler before his MMA career took off. In turn, he started off in the Nordic MMA. There he was named 2015 Showman and Fighter of the Year.
Amirkhani has a career MMA record of 15 wins and four losses. In sum, he has one knockout, 10 submissions, and four decision wins. His losses were one by knockout, one by submission, and two by decision.
Danny “The Hatchet” Henry Profile and Record
To sum up, Danny Henry, age 31, has 12 wins and 3 losses for his MMA career. Henry has five knockouts, five submissions, and two decision wins. His defeats were one submission and two decisions. Fashion that Henry is a native of Scotland where still resides in Edinburgh. Previously Henry did a lot of MMA fighting in South Africa for EFC Worldwide. He signed with the UFC in July of 2017.
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Danny Henry Tale of the Tape
Makwan “Mr. Finland” Amirkhani stands at five feet, 10 inches tall with a reach of 72 inches and a leg reach of 41 inches. And then Danny Henry stands at six feet tall with a reach of 73 inches and a leg reach of 40 inches.
Makwan “Mr. Finland” Amirkhani Recent Form
Late on Makwan Amirkhani has split his last four Bitcoin sportsbook matchups. November 2, 2019, was his most recent fight. There he lost a third-round knockout to Shane Burgos at UFC 244. New York City was the venue.
Danny “The Hatchet” Henry Recent Form and Record
Last time out for Danny Henry was a defeat that snapped a five-bout winning streak. Henry faced Dan Ige in an Online sportsbook matchup at Fight Night, London, England.
Ige scored a first-round submission rear-naked choke triumph.
Regardless Henry was showing well before that loss. March 17, 2018, was a meeting against Hakeem Dawodu. UFC Fight Night in London was the event. Henry scored a first-round technical submission guillotine choke win.
Makwan Amirkhani vs. Danny Henry Free Picks
On this occasion, the dog is where to look first. Overall, the capable Henry is getting a good price. On the other hand, Amirkhani has not been in a consistent form.
CASHBET Best Bet: Danny Henry
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