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UFC 274 Parlay to Fill Your Pockets

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UFC 274 is one of the best cards we have seen in 2022 and we include four of the best fights in our parlay.

The sportsbook has framed generous UFC fight odds for our four picks, so the payouts could be big this Saturday.

UFC 274 Parlay to Fill Your Pockets
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We have included the title fight between Charles Oliveira and Justin Gaethje, which is set to excite UFC fans.

Let’s check the latest news, stats, injury reports, and UFC odds for UFC 274 Parlay. We’ve plenty of UFC 275 odds for you to consider.

Oliveira vs Gaethje

We think bookmakers have framed this fight correctly and the main event should be going to the champion.

Charles Oliveira is riding a 10-fight winning streak and that’s tough to overlook, especially given the quality of opponents he has faced.

The Brazilian is the -170 favorite to beat the hard-hitting Justin Gaethje, which is a fair price. He could have been shorter but bookmakers are respecting the wild ability of Gaethje, who can land the power punches.

UFC betting odds could have had Oliveira at around -200, so take the value available with the champion, who could end the night on a high and land the four-fight parlay.

Pick: Oliveira -170

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Namajunas vs Esparza 2

Rose Namajunas is one of the most exciting fighters in the women’s MMA industry and we think she’s the clear favorite to beat Carla Esparza.

The Wisconsin native defeated Weili Zhang in consecutive fights, including a knockout victory in April last year and she has consistently beaten the best in the business.

She scored a win over Jessica Andrade in 2020, so we’re not sure Esparza is on the same level.

The 34-year-old knocked out Yan Xiaonan last year, but the quality of opposition goes up tenfold and she hasn’t fought anyone like Namajunas, who believes Esparza’s unassuming nature wins her fights.

“Her ability to get girls to kind of do dumb mistakes and her unassuming nature – she has this aura about her that I think people think that they can just overlook her and not take her seriously,” Namajunas told Fox Sports.

“So all of those things combined with her hard work, her heart – she’s got lots of heart, so she can take a punch. It’s a recipe for success.”

Bettors get another value line at -210 and we expect the favorite to win the co-main event at UFC 274.

Pick: Namajunas -210

Brown vs Williams

It’s an intriguing fight between two rising stars as Randy Brown and Khaos Williams headline the preliminary card.

Williams is the current -125 favorite with betting online markets, but we’re favoring Brown to score the minor upset win.

He comes off a decision win against the tough Jared Gooden and he also has wins over Alex Oliveira, Bryan Barberena and Mickey Gall.

Williams is a dangerous fighter, but he can gas out if he doesn’t land the early knockout blow. He has only two losses on his record, but if Brown gets the fight to the ground, it could be a quick loss for Williams.

We’re prepared to include Brown in our UFC 274 parlay as he passes the eye test and we believe he has more upside.

Pick: Brown -105

Fialho vs VanCamp

We wouldn’t normally include a -450 favorite in our parlay selections, but Andre Fialho can get the night off to a winning start.

The 15-4 fighter has the class advantage over his opponent and it should be one-way traffic in the early prelim fight.

Fialho comes off a knockout win over Miguel Baeza, which was a good bounce back after being beaten by Michel Pereira via decision.

He lost no admirers with that defeat and we don’t see Cameron VanCamp getting in the way of the favorite.

He’s a good option to boost parlay payouts. Don’t forget to bet on UFC with BetUS Sportsbook.

Pick: Fialho -450

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