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UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs. Emmett Main Card Betting Information

UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs. Emmett Main Card Betting Information

Overall, Fight Night’s Saturday night main card is loaded with even matchups.  The UFC betting action has shown equal betting action on either side of the fights.  Of course, the main event is a tremendous draw.  #4 Calvin Kattar will face #7 Josh Emmett.  The lightweight bout between Donald Cerrone and Joe Lauzon brings name-brand cache.  Tim Means and Kevin Holland are another strong gambling draw.  While Joaquin Buckley and Albert Duraev look like one of the most competitive fights of the year.  Best of all, ESPN will offer free cable coverage.

UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs. Emmett Main Card Betting Information

Date: Saturday, June 18, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Location: Moody Center, Austin, Texas
TV Coverage: ESPN and ESPN+

Calvin Kattar vs. Josh Emmett Betting Odds

Josh Emmett 4½ ( -135 ) +190
Calvin Kattar 4½ ( +115 ) -235
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UFC Fight Night Odds: 

Fighter ML
Joe Lauzon +140
Donald Cerrone -165
Fighter ML
Tim Means +230
Kevin Holland -280
Fighter ML
Joaquin Buckley +190
Albert Duraev -235
Fighter ML
Guram Kutateladze +135
Damir Ismagulov -160

Kattar and Emmett Enter Octagon Fresh Off the High of Wins

Late on, Calvin Kattar has won three of his most recent four sportsbook matchups.  Josh Emmett is coming off four consecutive wins.  Kattar has a career record of 23 wins and five losses.  In comparison, Emmett brings a mark of 17 wins and two losses.

Last time out, Calvin Kattar scored a UFC bets win over Giga Chikadze by unanimous decision.  UFC on ESPN from Las Vegas, Nevada, was the event on January 15, 2022.  It was an important recovery for Kattar after his unanimous decision loss to Max Holloway on January 16, 2021.  That fight was at UFC on ABC from Abu Dhabi.  Previously, Kattar scored a unanimous decision win over Dan Ige and a 2nd-round knockout win over Jeremy Stephens.

Josh Emmett is coming off a unanimous decision MMA betting win over Dan Ige on December 11, 2021.  UFC 269 from Las Vegas, Nevada, was the venue.  Previously, Emmett won a unanimous decision over Shane Burgos on June 20, 2020.  UFC on ESPN from Las Vegas, Nevada, was the event,

Slumping Lauzon Faces Free Falling Cerrone

Of major concern is that Donald Cerrone has failed to win his last six bouts.  Cerrone has an Online sportsbook record of 36 wins and 16 losses.  In a similar way, Joe Lauzon has dropped four of his most recent six bouts.  Lauzon has a career record of 28 wins and 15 losses.

Last time out for Joe Lauzon was a 1st-round technical knockout win over Jonathan Pearce on October 18, 2019.  UFC on ESPN from Boston, Massachusetts, was the event.  That win snapped a three-bout losing streak.  Lauzon lost to Chris Gruetzemacher, Clay Guida, and Stevie Ray.

Consider that Donald Cerrone has not won a fight in over three years.  Cerrone is coming off a 1st-round technical knockout loss to Alex Morono.  UFC on ESPN from Las Vegas, Nevada, was the event.

Means Returns to Form After Bad Slump as Holland Recovers

Kevin Holland has a career record of 22 wins and seven losses.  In comparison, Tim Means stands at 32 wins and 12 losses.  Tim Means is riding a 3-bout winning streak.  In turn, Means lost six of his nine fights before that.

Last time out for Ken Holland was a unanimous decision win over Nicolas Dalby on June 26, 2021.  UFC Fight Night from Las Vegas, Nevada, was the venue.

Kevin Holland is coming off a 2nd-round win over Alex Oliveira on March 5, 2022.  UFC 272 was the event from Las Vegas, Nevada.  Holland was winless in his previous three bouts.

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In this situation, Josh Emmett is an attractive underdog against Calvin Kattar.  In a matchup that looks even, the underdog always makes the most sense for the best betting value.  And then the same holds for quality underdog Joe Lauzon against Donald Cerrone.

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