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Bank on Former Champions With These UFC 300 Props

Count’em: we have 12 former or current champions fighting in the supercard of UFC 300. A pair of former bantamweight champs to the former undisputed featherweight king are all worth betting on. Furthermore, UFC odds on Saturday will give you a better bang for your buck with the props.

 

Bank on Former Champions With These UFC 300 Props
Bank on Former Champions With These UFC 300 Props

UFC 300 Information

  • Date/Time: Saturday, Apr. 13, 6:00 p.m. ET
  • Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
  • UFC Fight Night Live Stream: UFC Fight Pass

 

There are plenty of matchups to bet online on. But we narrowed our choices to four former champions who are getting valuable betting lines. Hurry and bet on them before the public catches on to what’s cooking.

 

Cody Garbrandt By Points +500

Garbrandt kicks off UFC 300 by fighting the former flyweight champion, Deiveson Figueiredo. He has favorable conditions fighting the Brazilian as he’s comfortable with his 2.0 version. The former bantamweight champ fights more maturely now and is not rushing in trying to knock his opponents out. As such, that will work in his favor against Figueiredo.

The Team Alpha Male fighter is also younger and has a speed and striking edge. Figueiredo is still hittable and will make mistakes trying to close the distance on Garbrandt. We like a decision bet on Garbrandt to cash at 5/1. This might be one of the UFC 300 best bets given the line.

 

 

Aljamain Sterling By Submission (+390)

While one former 135-pound champ gets it done with his striking, another gets it done on the ground. Sterling with a -155 UFC betting line to beat Calvin Kattar is a steal. He has a significant grappling edge and will be much sharper now that he has taken time off. Give Sterling time to prepare and he’s nearly unbeatable.

Additionally, Kattar has struggled against opponents with grappling backgrounds. He lost to Josh Emmett and Renato Moicano and Sterling is a much more dominant grappler. As such, we love the +390 line on him to submit Kattar. He will find Kattar’s back and tap him with a rear-naked choke.

 

 

Charles Oliveira in Round 1 (+450)

Oliveira, the former lightweight champ, is 5-1 in his last six fights as an underdog. And yet here he is at +185 against Arman Tsarukyan. The hot contender replicated Oliveira’s Round 1 KO of Beneil Dariush. But that stands as his only win over a top-5 fighter. He’s about to get a rude awakening fighting Oliveira.

The UFC’s all-time leader in finishes will add number 21 here when he hurts Tsarukyan early. Oliveira has sneaky power and one good punch could be all it takes to wobble his younger opponent. Once Tsarukyan is hurt, Oliveira will sink in a quick submission or ground-and-pound him. This makes him one of the better UFC picks this Saturday.

 

Max Holloway By Decision or Technical Decision (+220)

Holloway will out-badass Justin Gaethje in the featured bout this UFC 300. Gaethje may be considered the harder puncher. But that’s overstated and he has not finished anyone with a punch since 2020. Good luck knocking Holloway out, who has never been knocked down in 28 UFC fights.

The public is steaming his betting lines but we still see value here. Even better, cash a UFC prediction for Holloway to win by decision at +250. As prolific as the Hawaiian is, he does not have one-punch KO power. Gaethje is hittable, but he’ll tough it out as Holloway wins a close but deserved decision.

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Questions of the Day

Which UFC fighter will have the fastest finish on UFC 300?


Either Charles Oliveira or Aljamain Sterling can win quickly this Saturday.

Which longshot prop is worth betting on for UFC 300 this Saturday?


A “Charles Oliveira By T/KO and Round 1” prop is going at +1200 and may be worth a small wager.

 

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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