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UFC Fight Night Parlay to Fill Your Boots

Blaydes vs Daukaus Headlines the Card

We love a UFC parlay and there are four quality fights to include in your parlay on Saturday.

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

UFC Fight Night Parlay to Fill Your Boots
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Chris Gutierrez vs Danaa Batgerel

We’re keen on Danaa Batgerel to come away with his 11th MMA win against Chris Gutierrez on the undercard.

The Mongolian has produced two devastating knockout wins since arriving in the UFC and he’s one of our UFC best bets for the card.

He sent Kevin Natividad and Brandon Davis to the canvas in quick time, and although he’s facing a much harder opponent, he has power in his hands.

Gutierrez is a fine fighter in his own right, but there’s something about Batgerel that draws us in.

We’re happy with the -135 available and he’s a good pick to kick off the parlay.

Pick: Danaa Batgerel -135

Askar Askarov vs Kai Kara-France

There has been a stack of money for Askar Askarov, but we’re taking a risk and including the underdog in our parlay.

It’s not always wise to include a +275 chance in a parlay, but we can’t turn down the value for the New Zealand fighter.

Kai Kara-France is the more experienced fighter at 23-9, and although he faces an unbeaten fighter, we have been impressed with his recent performances.

The Kiwi knocked out Cody Garbrandt in the first round at UFC 269. Knocking out a former champion isn’t easy, so put some respect on his name.

“I’ll be more than ready. So yeah, March 26, March 27 in New Zealand on a Sunday,” Kara-France told Sportskeeda. “So everyone watching back home, you know, if you saw my last fight, you just expect fireworks. Expect, you know, bad intentions, violence and highlight-reel knockouts. Don’t blink.”

Askarov is all the rage, but take the value with Kara-France, who could continue his rise up the flyweight rankings.

Pick: Kai Kara-France +275

Joanne Wood vs Alexa Grasso

Alexa Grasso could be the future of the flyweight division and we fancy her chances of beating Joanne Wood.

She scored a professional decision win over Maycee Barber at UFC 258, which was over a year ago, but she shouldn’t be worried about the time off.

Despite a spike in canceled fights plaguing her career, Grasso has waited patiently for Wood and she has been respected in UFC betting markets.

She is the -240 favorite to beat Wood, who comes off consecutive defeats. Her most recent loss was a first round submission defeat to Talia Santos, which doesn’t bode well.

Pick: Alexa Grasso -240

Curtis Blaydes vs Chris Daukaus

Fireworks are expected as the heavyweights clash in the main event.

Curtis Blaydes is the raging-hot -400 favorite and it’s tough to disagree with the numbers. He is 15-3 and looking to make his way up the heavyweight rankings.

We’re not disrespecting the talent of Chris Daukaus, who has looked equally as impressive, but Blaydes is the bigger fighter and he could make it count.

Despite getting knocked out by Derrick Lewis, he bounced back later that year to beat Jairzinho Rozenstruik, which is a classy victory.

He’ll need to avoid an early onslaught from Daukaus, but we’re putting our faith and money in the favorite.

Pick: Curtis Blaydes -400

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