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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to ABC this Saturday night (April 10, 2021) with an engaging middleweight showdown between hot-button contender Marvin Vettori and late-night replacement Kevin Holland at the helm, while the Top featherweight prospects Sodiq Yusuff and Arnold Allen wrestled in the UFC Vegas 23 co-feature. Additionally, undefeated middleweight Aliaskhab Khizriev makes his promotional debut against fellow “Contender Series” standout Kyle Daukaus, and Julian Marquez faces off. his heavy hands and iron chin against Sam Alvey’s lethal counters.

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We are finally finally back on the green. Michael Oleksiejczuk needed questionable judgment to get past Modestas Bukauskas, but it all worked out. The brutal knockouts of Marc-Andre Barriault, Sean O’Malley and Jamie Mullarkey complemented the strong performances of Miranda Maverick and Abubakar Nurmagomedov to complete the most successful event of the year.

UFC Vegas 23 Odds for the card:

Joe Solecki (-235) vs. Jim Miller (+195)
Mateusz Gamrot (-235) vs. Scott Holtzman (+195)
Norma Dumont (-255) vs. Erin Blanchfield (+215)
Ignacio Bahamondes (-190) against John Makdessi (+165)
Yorgan de Castro (-285) vs. Jarjis Danho (+243)
Jack Shore (-160) vs Hunter Azure (+140)
Luis Saldaaa (-140) vs. Jordan Griffin (+120)
Da Un Jung (-137) vs. William Knight (+117)
Impa Kasanganay (-290) against Sasha Palatnikov (+245)

Thoughts: There is definitely no shortage of options this time around. I like the looks of Joe Solecki, Mateusz Gamrot, Ignacio Bahamondes, Erin Blanchfield, Jack Shore and Impa Kasanganay.

Here’s an interesting trivia: Jim Miller has won exclusively by first-round knockout since a 2016 decision over Thiago Alves. His recent losses to Scott Holtzman and Vinc Pichel showed that that’s essentially the only way can Win at this point, as your cardio is constantly failing you. Solecki is more than good enough on his feet and on the mat to survive Miller’s initial attack and take control down the stretch, so trust him.

Even acknowledging that he’s coming off the first loss of his career, Gamrot looks like a toxic-style match for Holtzman. “Hot Sauce” completely failed to stop Nik Lentz’s wrestling attack, giving Poland’s “Gamer” a clear roadmap to victory. Gamrot is a better technical fighter than Lentz and can also handle himself on his feet, so he should have little difficulty dictating the pace and ensuring a comfortable victory.

Bahamondes is definitely still developing and facing a very experienced forward in John Makdessi, but it’s hard to miss his huge advantages in height and reach. He also appears to be the biggest hitter by a solid margin, and Makdessi has been on the shelf for a year. In short, “The Cage” has the assets to hasten its way to a clear decision.

Blanchfield is the long shot of this event, an extremely young flyweight advancing on short notice against a former featherweight who lost weight by nearly four pounds last time out. However, between his superior ground game and Dumont’s comparatively thin résumé, “Cold-Blooded” is worth a small investment.

Watching Shore’s odds sink deeper and deeper into the negatives this week has been frustrating, but it’s still absolutely a bargain. He has Hunter Azure far outclassed in terms of hitting and submission abilities, and he’s skilled enough to hold his own in Azure’s fighting wheelhouse. This is a solid outlook against a true braggart, and I like that the Welshman demolishes Azure.

Although he showed truly admirable courage against Louis Cosce, I’m still not convinced that Sasha Palatnikov can make any kind of breakthrough in the UFC welterweight division. Impa Kasanganay seems to have the upper hand in most areas of the game, and as long as the new weight cut doesn’t prove too arduous, he will make a decision without issue.

UFC Vegas 23 odds for the main card:

Marvin Vettori (-330) vs. Kevin Holland (+270)
Sodiq Yusuff (-135) vs. Arnold Allen (+115)
Aliaskhab Khizriev (-125) vs. Kyle Daukaus (-105)
Julian Márquez (-190) vs. Sam Alvey (+165)
Nina Ansaroff (-140) vs. Mackenzie Dern (+120)
Daniel Rodríguez (-160) vs. Mike Perry (+140)

Thoughts: I’m always hesitant to recommend bets to fighters who have been out for a while, but I can’t get over that line with Nina Ansaroff. “The Strina” has outdone Mackenzie Dern by a mile on the feet and is notoriously difficult to maintain. In fact, even Tatiana Suarez struggled to jump-start any offense against Ansaroff, and Dern’s five-percent takedown accuracy in the UFC suggests she awaits a long and painful 15 minutes of being eliminated.

The 23 best UFC Vegas bets:

  • Parlay – Mateusz Gamrot and Jack Shore: bet $ 80 to win $ 105.60
  • Parlay – Joe Solecki and Nina Ansaroff: Bet $ 80 to win $ 115.20
  • Parlay – Impa Kasanganay and Erin Blanchfield – Bet $ 35 to win $ 113.40
  • Parlay – Ignacio Bahamondes and Impa Kasanganay: bet $ 60 to win $ 63

UFC Vegas 23 is actually a great card … and the fact that it’s on free TV is the icing on the cake. See you on Saturday, maniacs.


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