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UFC Vegas 41 odds: Latest betting lines and gambling guide for ‘Costa vs Vettori’

A Brazilian beast meets an Italian stud inside UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada this Saturday (October 23, 2021) when former middleweight title challengers Paul Costa and Marvin Vettori square off on ESPN +. UFC Vegas 41 will also feature a lightweight bout pitting rising Grant Dawson against iron-clad Ricky Glenn and a women’s bantamweight bout between finalists Jessica-Rose Clark and Joselyne Edwards.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, October 23, 2021, with a highly anticipated match in the middleweight division, as the No. 2 ranked contender. Paulo Costa returns to action against the seeded No. 5 Marvin vettori. At the UFC Vegas 41 lightweight co-main event, Grant Dawson seems to remain undefeated in the UFC when he blocks the horns with Ricky glenn.

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Where did it go wrong UFC Vegas 40?

I guess I was behind for a full and full cluster, f * ck. We even got to see all my favorite types of betting mistakes: overestimation (Ludovit Klein), terrible evaluation (Ramazan Emeev), and inexplicably bad game planning (Aspen Ladd). Fortunately, we are still way ahead in the year, but it was difficult.

UFC Vegas 41 Odds for the card:

Gregory Rodrigues (-110) vs. Jun Yong Park (-110)
Tabatha Ricci (-230) against Maria Oliveira (+190)
Mason Jones (N / A) vs. David Onama (N / A)
Jai Herbert (-180) vs. Khama Worthy (+158)
Jeff Molina (-172) vs. Daniel Lacerda (+152)
Livinha Souza (-122) against Randa Markos (+102)
Laureano Staropoli (-240) vs. Jamie Pickett (+200)

Thoughts: I like the Gregory Rodrigues, Jai Herbert and Laureano Staropoli lines as favorites. Daniel Lacerda does not seem to be the worst pick of the homeless either.

“Robocop” Rodrigues was actually a bit of a loser for a while, but there is still value there. As good as Jun Yong Park’s seemed lately, his biggest hits came against the forwards with limited fighting games. Rodrigues is by far the best fighter he has faced since at least his failed UFC debut against Anthony Hernandez, and if “The Iron Turtle” takedown defense is as porous as it was then, Rodrigues will have a field day. .

It is worth checking out.

Here I am indulging my bad habit of betting on fights between punchers by knockout. Still, Jai Herbert seems like a relatively safe choice despite his frailty. Khama Worthy is coming off two brutal knockout losses, one of them to a much shorter and less technically skilled striker in Ottman Azaitar, and he lacks the fight that Francisco Trinaldo and Renato Moicano used primarily to defuse “The Black Country Banger.” Anything can and will go wrong when two glass cannons change hands, but I’m willing to take a chance.

Jamie Pickett just doesn’t know how to keep shorter, stockier fighters away from him. Both Tafon Nchukwi and Jordan Wright were able to deal with it with complete impunity, and the equally aggressive Staropoli appears to be just as successful. “Pepi” is also quite tough, so it should be able to withstand “Nightwolf’s” occasional offensive blasts.

UFC Vegas 41 odds for the main card:

Marvin Vettori (-150) vs. Paulo Costa (+130)
Grant Dawson (-350) vs. Ricky Glenn (+290)
Jessica-Rose Clark (-140) vs. Joselyne Edwards (+120)
Seung Woo Choi (-280) vs. Alex Caceres (+240)
Francisco Trinaldo (-127) vs. Dwight Grant (+107)
Nick Negumereanu (-220) vs. Ike Villanueva (+180)

Thoughts: Francisco Trinaldo seems like a solid choice from where I’m sitting, and the three -200 plus men could work as parlay fillers.

The thing about Dwight Grant is that he’s not a very good fighter. Two of his three UFC victories came through a questionable decision and his punch comprises little more than savage straight-armed punches, in which he lacks the gas tank to throw more than a few of each round. Trinaldo may be undersized and a million years old, but even a scaled-down version of him is better than any version of Grant.

When it comes to big favorites, Rick Glenn has always fought determined fighters, which Grant Dawson absolutely is. Also, Seung Woo Choi really seems like he’s going crazy, while Ike Villanueva’s poor performances in the UFC don’t leave me convinced that he can deal with Nick Negumereanu’s basic but relentless pressure. Throw them as you see fit …

UFC Vegas 41 best bets:

  • Parlay – Gregory Rodrigues and Grant Dawson: bet $ 150 to win $ 217.50
  • Parlay – Jai Herbert and Daniel Lacerda: bet $ 80 to win $ 233.60
  • Parlay – Laureano Staropoli and Francisco Trinaldo: bet $ 100 to win $ 153
  • Parlay – Nick Negumereanu and Seung Woo Choi: bet $ 103 to win $ 100

UFC Vegas 41 features some really interesting fights here with the potential for surprising results; therefore, make sure you are close to catch them. See you on Saturday, maniacs.


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