Sydney Hosts UFC 293
UFC 293 features many fights worth including in our UFC fight card parlay, including Justin Tafa vs. Austen Lane.
Tafa is extremely confident of a knockout win, and we’re backing the New Zealander to get the job done on Saturday.
Our sportsbook has value for every fight on the monumental pay-per-view card.
Tafa Going Head Hunting, Bet on KO Win
Tafa, the renowned Kiwi knockout artist, is eager to secure his second triumph in the UFC following his impressive victory over Parker Porter at UFC 284.
Hailing from Auckland, where many of the UFC’s best train, Tafa ended the fight against Porter in just 56 seconds, which sent a message to the rest of the division
Despite often being the shorter fighter in his matchups, Tafa possesses a great right hook, which is good enough to climb the ladder and land on Lane’s chin.
If Tafa can successfully close the distance against Lane, the fight could end in the first round.
We respect Lane’s recent winning streak, but he doesn’t look as polished as Tafa, and we can’t turn down the -155 with UFC betting markets for Tafa to win by knockout.
Kape Talking Big Game
There has been a lot of hype for Manel Kape, especially after throwing a water bottle at New Zealand’s Kai-Kara France during the press conference.
He was meant to fight the Kiwi, who pulled out with an injury, and instead, he gets 7-0 Felipedos Santos, who he should be beating comfortably.
“I’m about to turn 30 in November — I feel like this is wasted time in my career. I know I’m still young, but I’m losing good moments of my career,” Kape said.
“All these pullouts, all these fights that have been canceled, they happen for a reason but, at the same time, it’s a little bit frustrating. Every fight that has been canceled, the next fight that they offered me is always a better fighter, so this is what makes me excited.
UFC odds have Kape at -420 to win outright, and although that’s a solid parlay inclusion, we’re comfortable taking the -180 to win by KO, TKO, or submission.
He’s 18-6 after some impressive performances, and he should have too much class for his inexperienced opponent.
Ulberg About to Show Up
Carlos Ulberg is one of the next big things to come out of New Zealand, and we expect him to treat Jung Da Un with reckless abandon.
When Ulberg first came onto the scene, he looked a little timid, but following three consecutive first-round knockouts, he’s back to his brilliant best.
The late-starting 32-year-old is making up for lost time, and his UFC fight odds of -260 are well worth including in your parlays.
Ulberg could be one of the best bets on the UFC 293 card, and bettors might not get much chance to invest with live betting odds. The fight could be over in the first round, and his opponent won’t know what hit him.
Da Un is 15-4-1 and has the reach advantage, so he must be respected, but Ulberg is a big body, so we’re not sure where Da Un can capitalize.
Include Ulberg in your parlay. He should kick things off in style.