UFC 223 is filled with fights that were too-close-to-call and this is certainly reflected by the odds. However, we are here in order to provide you with a hand by introducing you with a number of the best betting trends with this Saturday’s UFC occasion.
Felice Herrig Can Be 3-0 In Her 3 Fragrant As An Underdog
Felice Herrig has been around the UFC for what seems like forever, but»Lil’ Bulldog» has just been with the company since 2014. In the four decades, Herrig hasn’t consistently capitalized on her sporting benefits but she’s started to turn it on lately.
Herrig has won her last four bouts, three of which saw her near as an underdog. The biggest upset came after she defeated touted prospect Alexa Grasso, despite closing at +300. It is not always pretty but Herrig has typically had an experience advantage and her wrestling has proven to be the deciding factor in her recent resurgence.
There is no doubt that combating Karolina Kowalkiewicz is considerably different than facing off against the likes of Justine Kish and Cortney Casey. That having been said, if Herrig can figure out how to bring Kowalkiewicz to the mat, she has the capability to shock fans and bookies alike.
Joe Lauzon Is 4-0 In His Measure 4 Fights Vs Fighters With Slimming UFC Records
Joe Lauzon is only 33 years old, which is hard to fathom considering he’s 41 professional fights and has been fighting in the UFC for almost 12 decades. However, a reason is that a fighter like this sticks around for long. Lauzon wins when he needs to — and generally does so in fashion that is exciting.
Lauzon has won his past four fights against competitors with a sub-.500 record from the UFC. You may be thinking — rightfully how often does Lauzon confront from this subpar competition? Well, only 3 times since December 2013 has»J-Lau» faced an opponent with a losing record at the UFC.
That being said, can we really detract from Lauzon for combating very good competition? I really don’t think so. And it is not like Chris Gruetzemacher — Lauzon’s competition at UFC 223 — is that good.
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