We have picked the three best fights to include in our UFC Fight Night parlay, including the main event between Jared Cannonier vs Sean Strickland.
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Strickland Eyes Bounce Back
Strickland lost to Alex Pereira at UFC 276 before Pereira would eventually defeat longtime champion Israel Adesanya, so the form checks out.
The first-round knockout loss wasn’t good for the 31-year-old American, but he’s tough and he has bounced back well from losses.
He lost to Elizeu dos Santos with a first-round KO in 2018 before winning his next three fights against some talented guys, including Uriah Hall. That bodes well for this fight against Cannonier, who is dangerous.
Cannonier is 15-6 following a loss to Adesanya, who controlled the pace, and Cannonier couldn’t get off any powerful shots against the defensive artist. However, he’s facing a slower fighter in Strickland and he could capitalize.
They are equal -115 favorites at the sportsbook, but we think Strickland wins. He has multiple ways to win and we think Cannonier will be hunting for the knockout, so if that doesn’t come, there is no backup plan.
- Pick: Sean Strickland -115
Right Price for Buys
Cheyanne Buys (Vlismas) is -190 to beat Cory McKenna and we think that’s an excellent price for the American.
After losing her first UFC fight against Montserrat Ruiz, she scored a first-round knockout win against Gloria de Paula and a decision win against Mallory Martin.
Her knockout win earned her a $50,000 bonus, which was life-changing.
“My coaches told me my kicks are deadly. … I grew up in taekwondo. My kicks are lethal – I’ve always known it,” Buys said.
“To get that bonus – I’ve been so broke my whole life because of this sport, but it’s so worth it to me because I love this sport. To get a $50,000 paycheck – my husband’s going to tell me to put it away, but I’m definitely going to want to buy some nice stuff.”
She has a much bigger reach than McKenna, who is 1-1 in the UFC following a submission victory over Miranda Granger. It was a good victory for the smaller fighter, but she was well-handled by Elise Reed in her UFC debut.
UFC betting markets have McKenna as the +155 underdog and we don’t think that’s worth taking.
Buys is on the rise and she could boost UFC parlay payouts.
- Pick: Cheyanne Buys -190
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Nurmagomedov Living Up to Name
There is plenty of pressure when your last name is Nurmagomedov, but 30-year-old Said Nurmagomedov is going about his business.
He comes off a win against Douglas Silva de Andrade and a submission victory at UFC 270. He’s 3-0 in his last fights following a loss to Raoni Barcelos and he has turned the corner.
Despite being in excellent form, Las Vegas UFC lines have him at -115 to beat Saidyokub Kakhramonov, who has also been in good form since arriving in the UFC.
He is 2-0 following wins against Trevin Jones and Ronnie Lawrence. However, we have Numagomedov’s form ranking higher and we’re loving the odds available.
We expect money to come for the Russian and he could continue the dominance of Russian fighters.
- Pick: Said Nurmagomedov -115