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UFC Fight Night Props

Fight Night Features Big Knockouts

With the Road to UFC prelims set to take place in the show, the card features some bright prospects. We’ve picked a few of them plus the main event for the sportsbook’s best UFC props this weekend.

Let’s check the latest UFC news, stats, and UFC lines for UFC Fight Night. We’ve got plenty of UFC picks for you to consider.

Brazilian ring girl Jhenny Andrade - Mauro Pimentel/AFP
Brazilian ring girl Jhenny Andrade - Mauro Pimentel/AFP

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Best UFC Fight Night Props

Taira Keeps Rolling

Opening the card is one of Japan’s biggest prospects both figuratively and literally. Tatsuro Taira (12-0-0) is unbeaten and huge for the 125-pound division. He’s also the largest favorite on the card at a whopping -1100. That’s an incredible UFC line but the prop on him to finish Jesus Aguilar (8-1-0) is still worth betting at just a hair under -200.

  • Pick: T Taira By KO, TKO, DQ or Submission -190

Nakamura Breaks Kazama

Rinya Nakamura (6-0-0) may be the star Road to UFC produces. As a wrestler, Nakamura is like Justin Gaethje in that he uses it to keep the fight standing. He’ll “stand and bang” with Toshiomi Kazama (10-2-0) and finish him at some point. While knockouts are hard to produce at 135 pounds, Nakamura’s relentlessness should get the job done.

  • Pick: R Nakamura By KO, TKO, DQ or Submission -140

Kinoshita Picks Fugitt Apart

We have another would-be Japanese star in Yusaku Kinoshita (6-1-0) as he takes on Adam Fugitt (8-3-0). The Contender Series alum is favored to blast through Fugitt though we think it may take him a bit longer to dispatch his opponent. Fugitt has a 5½-inch reach advantage and is bigger than Kinoshita. That won’t mean much ultimately but just like his last fight, the KO will materialize in the later rounds.

  • Pick: Y Kinoshita By KO/TKO/DQ and Round 2 (+450) or Round 3 (+1000)

Superboy Returns in Style

It’s been a while since Doo Ho Choi (14-4-0) last fought and won in the UFC. In fact, the last time his hand was raised, Barack Obama was still the President of the United States (July 2016). But he’s being given a tune-up fight against Kyle Nelson (13-5-0), who is mainly in the UFC to make others look good. A rested and recovered Choi should knock Nelson out in the first round.

  • Pick: D H Choi in Round 1 (TBD)

Jung Takes Out Clark

A loss to Dustin Jacoby is not turning us off Da Un Jung (15-3-1). And his line (-260) indicates he’s still very much a highly touted prospect. Devin Clark (13-7-0) is a decent opponent but one who has absorbed too much damage over his 14 fights in the UFC. The Korean is massive at 6-foot-4 with a 78½-inch reach and he hits like a truck. The props have Jung by a finish at +110, which we will gladly bet online.

  • Pick: D U Jung By KO, TKO, DQ, or Submission +110

Lewis Rises Again

Underestimate Derrick Lewis (26-10-0) at your own peril. He may be past his prime, but he’ll always possess that one-punch knockout power. And right now, the best UFC bet could be on a first-round knockout as that is his most likely path to victory against Sergey Spivak (15-3-0).

  • Pick: D Lewis By KO/TKO/DQ and Round 1 +550

UFC Fight Night Information

  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 21st, 6 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Jeunesse Arena, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Live Stream: UFC Fight Pass, ABC, Pay-Per-View

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