Fashion an outstanding and free lineup of Wednesday UFC on ESPN main card action. Beyond that, the card is loaded with contenders that face do or die pressure. For instance, neither Jimmie Rivera nor Cody Stamann has reached a betting on UFC championship bout. For this reason, comes plenty of high stakes pressure. The winner can advance towards that elusive title bout goal. While the loser will fall back to a frustrating degree. Gamblers have been relatively split on their matchup choice. Notwithstanding that comes a challenging handicap. Let’s look over Rivera vs. Stamann to prep for Wednesday night!
Jimmie Rivera vs. Cody Stamann Betting Information
#9 Jimmie Rivera vs. #10 Cody Stamann +120 – Featherweight Bout
Despite a recent rough stretch, Jimmie Rivera is the UFC betting favorite against Cody Stamann. Rivera and Stamann are neck and neck in the bantamweight rankings. Although this matchup is a featherweight clash. Stamann is going to draw some considerable action as a capable underdog. It is true that this fight is seen as dead even for many.
Jimmie “El Terror” Rivera Profile and Betting Record
Jimmie Rivera, age 31, is a native of Ramsey, New Jersey. Now he resides in Manhattan, New York. Rivera fights for Team Tiger Schumann. He has competed for UFC bets as a bantamweight and featherweight. Commencing with Bellator, World Series Fighting, CFFC, and King of the Cage is a versatile career. In fact, Rivera was a King of the Cage bantamweight champion. Rivera has a record of 22 wins and four losses. He has four knockouts, two submissions and 16 decision wins. Counter to that is one knockout and three decision defeats. Rivera joined UFC in 2015.
Cody “Spartan” Stamann Profile and Betting Record
Grand Rapids, Michigan native Cody Stamann is 30 years old. He fights out of Sparta, Michigan. Thus, the nickname “Spartan.” Stamann has fought for numerous teams. Such as Michigan Top Team, and now Xtreme Couture. He even has a professional boxing match on his online sportsbook resume. Stamann has a career record of 19 wins and two losses. In sum are six knockouts, two submissions, and 11 decision wins. His losses were one by submission and one by knockout. Stamann began his UFC career on July 8, 2017. He has competed as both featherweight and bantamweight.
“El Terror” Rivera vs. “Spartan” Stamann Tale of the Tape
Ninth-ranked Jimmie “El Terror” Rivera stands at five feet, four inches tall. His reach is 68.5 inches and a leg reach 37 inches. Specifically, he fights from an orthodox stance with a wrestling style of fight. Cody “Spartan” Stamann stands at five feet, six inches tall with a reach of 64.5 inches and a leg reach of 35 inches. Stamann fights from an orthodox stance with a striker fighting style.
Jimmie Rivera Recent Form
Of great concern is a recent MMA betting slump by Jimmie Rivera. He has lost three of his last four bouts. June 8, 2019, was a matchup against Petr Yan. UFC 238 in Chicago, Illinois was the event. Specifically, Rivera lost a three-round unanimous decision.
Cody Stamann Recent Form
By contrast, Cody Stamann has been in good form. He has lost just one of his last 14 career bouts. Stamann faced Brian Kelleher on June 6, 2020. UFC 250 in Las Vegas, Nevada was the venue. Stamann won a three-round unanimous decision.
Jimmie Rivera vs. Cody Stamann Featherweight Bout Free Picks
On this occasion, we have a favorite in poor form. At the same time, we have a capable underdog that has been winning consistently. Naturally, this brings up the old gambling adage. When all things are equal take the dog!
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