To begin with, UFC President Dana White has been the most assertive leader in all of the sports. At the very minute that COVID-19 shut down sports White kicked, scratched, and fought to find a way to stage fights. Other sports remain tepid and fearful as White leads his fight. For all that White has won over countless converts. New fans and gamblers have taken the
UFC betting handles to record levels. White and the UFC have filled the huge void left by the other sports. Leagues that fiddle while fans burn. Let’s take a look at Saturday’s preliminary card.
UFC on ESPN: Preliminary Card Betting Information
Luis “Violent Bob Ross” Pena has a career record of 8-2. Overall, he has two knockouts and four submission wins. Pena is coming off a decision win over Steve “Mean Machine” Garcia on February 29, 2020. Comparable was October 12, 2019, three-round decision loss to Matt “The Steamroller” Frevola.
Khama Worthy is 1-0 in his new UFC career. Last time out was a first-round technical knockout win over Devonte “King Rage” Smith. That fight was on August 17, 2019.
Mara Romero Borella vs. Miranda Maverick – Women’s Flyweight Bout Odds
Mara “Maravilha” Romero Borella has a sports betting record of 13-8 with a no contest. It follows that she has three knockouts, four submissions, and five decision wins. May 16, 2020, saw Borella lose to Cortney “Cast Iron” Casey in a first-round submission. Borella is slumping with three losses in a row.
On the contrary, Miranda Maverick will be taking part in her first UFC bout.
Philipe Lins vs. Tanner Boser – Heavyweight Bout Odds
Philipe “Monstro” Lin has a career record of 0-1. At the onset of his UFC career on May 13, 2020, it was a three-round decision loss to Andrei “The Pit Bull” Arlovski.
Tanner “The Bulldozer” Boser has a career record of 1-1. Last time out on December 21, 2019, saw Boser lose a three-round decision to Ciryl “Bon Gamin” Gane.
Sean Woodson vs. Kyle Nelson – Catchweight Bout Odds
Yet another starting UFC fighter is Sean “The Sniper” Woodson. He is coming off a successful October 18, 2019 debut. Woodson won a three-round decision against Kyle “Crash” Bochniak.
Counter to that is the vast UFC betting experience of Kyle “The Monster” Nelson. His career record is 13-3. Nelson has four knockouts, four submissions, and four decision wins. September 21, 2019, saw Nelson score a first-round knockout win over Marco Polo “El Toro” Reyes. Encompassing a nice recovery was Nelson’s previous bout. May 4, 2019, was a three-round submission loss to Matt Sayles.
Takashi Sato vs. Ramiz Brahimaj – Welterweight Bout Odds
Namely, Takashi “Ten” Sato has a career record of 15-2. Sato has 10 knockouts, two submissions, and three decision wins. September 7, 2019, Sato lost by second-round submission to Belal “Remember the Name” Muhammad. So too did Sato fight on April 27, 2019, against Ben “Killa B” Saunders. Sato scored a second-round knockout win.
Ramiz Brahimaj enters this bout with a record of 8-2.
Jordan Griffin vs. Youssef Zalal – Featherweight Bout Odds
Accordingly, Jordan “Nativepsycho” Griffin has a career record of 18-7. Griffin has five knockout, eight submissions, and four decision wins. Correlate on February 29, 2020, Griffin scored a second-round submission win over TJ “Downtown” Brown. It was an important win that snapped a two-bout losing streak.
Youssef “The Moroccan Devil” Zalal is 1-0 for his career. Fashion a February 8, 2020, three-round decision win over Austin “Lights Out” Lingo.
Kay Hansen vs. Jinh Yu Frey – Women’s Strawweight Odds
Commencing with this matchup is the first UFC bout for both Hansen and Frey.
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