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UFC Vegas 93: Parlay Picks You Won’t Want to Miss!

Dana White and co. are back to the Apex (boos for the small cage and no crowd!) with UFC Vegas 93, a card that isn’t filled with many recognizable names for the casual crowd but still presents a slew of up-and-coming fighters ready to make their mark in the octagon.

Its parlay picks time at BetUS, and while the 12-fight card does present several underdogs that could be barking come fight night, I do have hope, much like the Dallas Mavericks fan base, that I can pull something out of the bag with the following selections that are feeling for boosting our MMA betting bankroll.

UFC Vegas 93: Parlay Picks You Won't Want to Miss!
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UFC Vegas 93 Information

  • Date & Time: Saturday, June. 15, 2024 – 07:00 p.m. ET
  • Location: UFC Apex, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • How to Watch: UFC Fight Pass
  • Scheduled Fights: 12
  • Main Event Bout: Alex Perez vs Tatsuro Taira
  • Co-Main Event Bout: Miles Johns vs D Silva de Andrade

 

Adam Fugitt vs Josh Quinlan: Fug it! Let’s Fade Adam

I hope my beloved readers enjoyed the wordplay on Adam Fugitt’s name, but seriously, he’s given us more than enough reasons to continue fading him at the sportsbook, don’t you think?

The 35-year-old Fugitt doesn’t have much room left before the UFC cuts him. He’s old, has lost two of his three UFC bouts inside the distance, and has been inactive for the past year. Sure, he’s a well-rounded fighter, but he doesn’t specialize in one area of the fight game, and this should worry bettors backing him, especially when his durability also presents a big fat red flag.

Quinlan is no standout performer, but our current stance is more of a fade on Fugitt. Positively, Quinlan is a heavy power puncher despite not delivering a high volume, which we’d like to see. He’s no stranger to flatlining the opposition – five of six career wins by KO – and he also owns a BJJ black belt, despite not wanting to use it whatsoever.

 

UFC Vegas 93 Parlay Pick Leg 1: Josh Quinlan ML (-125)

I expect Quinlan to be a slicker striker with significantly faster footwork and hands; he’ll definitely have more power. The only question is his cardio. However, I’m willing to take the risk, as he’s opposed to a guy in Fugitt who doesn’t stand out in one particular area.

 

 

Quinlan Moneyline Supporting Trends:

  • Quinlan has won 5 of his 6 pro career wins via knockout.
  • All but one of Fugitt’s pro career defeats were by KO/TKO or submission.
  • Quinlan won his UFC debut via round one left hook knockout.

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Jimmy Flick vs Nate Maness: Pick It and Flick It

Jimmy Flick was on a one-way street back to the MMA regional scene last time out, having lost back-to-back knockout defeats versus an average level of competition. Fortunately for him, when opposed to Malcolm Gordon, he managed to find a Hail Mary submission after getting pieced up, thus saving his career for now…

Listen, anybody who’s aware of Flick knows precisely what his path to victory is – submission or bust! This weekend in Vegas, the story is no different; the man is a BJJ specialist, and whenever the submissions don’t surface, the man is doomed!

 

UFC Vega 93 Parlay Pick Leg 2: Nate Maness by KO/TKO (-225)

The evident problem for Flick isn’t his BJJ prowess—the man has won 15 of his 17 career wins by submission, after all—but his overall grappling ability, which lacks credible takedown offense at a UFC level.

Nate Maness has great cardio and a high pace and has overcome adversity in multiple fights (Tony Gravely and Luke Sanders bouts). More importantly, he is going to be significantly stronger in striking situations. While we’ve seen him taken down by a few Russians, let’s be honest: Flick is Lightyear’s behind the Dagestani when it comes to takedowns.

UFC betting odds are heavily juiced, and Maness is one of the biggest favorites on the card. The ML price isn’t pretty, but fear not, a strong gust of wind would cause Flick to crumble, so Maness shouldn’t have any problems putting his lights out.

 

 

  • 6 of Jimmy Flick’s 7 pro career losses came by KO/TKO.
  • Jimmy Flick’s 2 UFC losses were by KO/TKO.
  • Nate Maness’ previous 2 UFC wins were by KO/TKO.

 

UFC Vegas 93 2-Leg Parlay

 

 

 

Odds and information are accurate at the time of writing. Please check with official sources for the latest updates before placing any bets.

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Who’s the biggest betting favorite at UFC Vegas 93?


Asu Almabaev and Nate Maness are joint-top betting favorites at UFC Vegas 93 with a moneyline price tag of -600, with the comeback underdog prices of their opponents Jose Johnson and Jimmy Flick, respectively, sitting at +400.

 

 

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