James Vick to Defeat Paul Felder at UFC on ESPN 1
It’s that time of the week again! We’re just a couple of days away from the UFC’s first-ever dedicated ESPN event. UFC on ESPN 1 will feature some incredibly exciting matchups that are bound to intrigue hardcore fans and casual fight fans alike. At the top of the bill, a heavyweight bout between Francis Ngannou and Cain Velasquez will draw most of the attention. But the rest of this main card – and even the preliminary card – is certainly worth your attention this weekend. A lightweight battle between James Vick and Paul Felder is must-watch combat sports action and so is plenty of the other names that are ready to shine in front of the ESPN audience around the...
Francis Ngannou to KO Cain Velasquez on ESPN
Believe it or not, we’re just days away from Cain Velasquez returning to the UFC Octagon. Just a few months back, it seemed like we would never be seeing the former heavyweight champion compete inside the cage again. But an unexpected – and equally exciting – matchup between Velasquez and Francis Ngannou was announced as the main event of the UFC’s first-ever dedicated event on ESPN. At UFC on ESPN 1, these two heavy-hitting heavyweight fighters will stand toe-to-toe to bring an end to a brilliant fight card that is packed with top-tier talent across many important weight divisions in the promotion. To get things started, we’ll take an in-depth look at this heavyweight...
Sam Alvey to Score an Upset Win at UFC 234?
UFC 234 is this weekend, and it’s an event you won’t want to miss. Sure, in its entirety, it’s not the best of cards, but the best bouts of the evening are very, very good. If you haven’t already, make sure to head on over and read our Robert Whittaker vs. Kelvin Gastelum breakdown, as well as our best bet for Israel Adesanya vs. Anderson Silva. But for this article, we’re going to focus on one thing alone – and that’s bringing you the best value bets for the first three fights of the UFC 234 main card so that you can smash the bookmakers this weekend. We’ll begin with a preview of Rani Yahya vs. Ricky Simon, before jumping into Nadia Kassem...
An Easy Decision Win for Israel Adesanya at UFC 234?
In a matchup that no one really wanted, Anderson Silva will face off with Israel Adesanya in the co-main event of UFC 234. Well, that might be an unfair introduction, but it’s not that far from the truth. Israel Adesanya is the new ‘shiny toy’ in the UFC, showcasing his brilliant striking techniques and smashing through the middleweight division in 2018. Adesanya was the consensus breakout mixed martial artist last year and looks to build off that as we come into the new year. And then there’s Anderson Silva, one of the greatest to have ever done it. He’s now 43-years-old and has won one of his last five fights; that win was a controversial one as he seemingly...
Robert Whittaker to Defend His Title at UFC 234
The UFC returns to pay-per-view this weekend with UFC 234, taking place in Melbourne, Australia. It’s a big-time event for the UFC, but it stacks up relatively poor against recent PPV cards. For instance, this card is super top-heavy with notable bouts between Robert Whittaker and Kelvin Gastelum, and Anderson Silva vs. Israel Adesanya shining brightly at the top of the tree. But apart from that, there’s not much else. In many ways, that’s how boxing has operated for decades now, so what’s the difference? This main event is truly one of the best fights that could be made right now, however. Whittaker will be attempting to defend his title for the first time on home soil...
Picking Aldo or Moicano in Brazil?
The UFC travels to Fortaleza, Brazil, this weekend with a brilliant fight card. In fact, a quick glance at some of the final bouts of the evening might lead you to believe this was a pay-per-view event and not one that will be available on ESPN+. The main event is a well-timed rematch between Raphael Assuncao and Marlon Moraes. The winner of that fight will go on to fight TJ Dillashaw for the bantamweight title, most likely. We’ve covered that fight in great detail and you can find our best bet for Assuncao vs. Moraes here. But for now, let’s stick to the rest of the main card and focus on bouts such as Jose Aldo vs. Renato Moicano and Demian Maia’s fight with Lyman Good. We...
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