Pereira VS Adesanya Prop Bets
Tonight one of the biggest grudge matches in all of combat sports will write it’s latest chapter as Alex “Poatan” Pereria defends the UFC Middleweight Championship against one of the best fighters to ever grace the octagon, Alex “Stylebender” Adesanya.
Not only is UFC 287 headlined by a clash between two of the most lethal strikers on the planet, the entire main card is jam-packed with action that you won’t want to miss. That’s why at Canadian Sports Betting, we provide the best bets for each of the main card bouts so you can knockout the oddsmakers and get your arm raised with these winning wagers.
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Raul Rosas Jr. to Win by Submission (+165)
One of the hottest prospects on the UFC roster, Raul “El Nino Problema” Rosas Jr. sent shockwaves around the MMA community as he made quick work of his opponent in his debut with the company, securing his spot in history as the youngest fighter to ever grace the octagon.
At only 18-years-old, Rosas has demonstrated a world-class ability and a championship mindset that could help lead him to an immensely successful career down the road. While the budding star has tasted plenty of success so far, look for him to continue his winning ways against the biggest test in his young career.
Facing dangerous striker Christian “C-Rod” Rodriguez to kick off the main card, look for Rosas to bide his time and find an opportunity to bring the fight to the mat. Once on the ground Rosas will have no trouble using his stellar grappling skills to lock in a dangerous hold, picking up back-to-back wins by submission.
Rodriguez is a prospect to watch in his own right, but don’t expect to see things go his way this evening. Back Rosas Jr. to continue building upon his hype, picking up the win by submission.
Kevin Holland VS Santiago Ponzinibbio Over 2.5 Rounds (+105)
In a matchup that will simply be violence personified, don’t take your eyes off the non-stop action that will be on display as Kevin “Trailblazer” Holland goes to war against Santiago “Argentine Dagger” Ponzinibbio. In a battle between two proven finishers in the UFC, look for both combatants to push the pace in tonight’s matchup, lasting Over 2.5 rounds.
While both Holland and Ponzinibbio are as lethal as they come when it comes to finishing their opponents, look for both sides to respect the others knockout power, opting to pick their shots wisely rather than charging into the fight guns blazing.
Bet the Over on the total rounds line for Holland VS Ponzinibbio as the two exciting welterweights reach the third and final round of their bout in order to decide a winner.
Adrian Yanez to Win by Decision (+275)
Coming off of a highlight reel knockout in his last UFC appearance, look for (#12) Adrian Yanez to vault his way toward the top of the stacked bantamweight division with a decision victory against (#6) Rob Font.
In a battle pitting two of the top boxers in the UFC against one another, look for a beautiful display of striking between both men as Yanez pulls out the win on the judge’s scorecards.
While Yanez is used to finishing his opponents, having won inside of three rounds in four of his five UFC bouts by knockout, look for Font’s crisp striking and smooth head movement to keep himself out of range from Yanez’s night-ending power.
Back Yanez to live up to the hype, securing himself the biggest win of his career and putting his name in the race for a potential championship eliminator in arguably the UFC’s deepest division. Back Yanez to win by decision and score yourself a hefty payday with this juicy +275 wager.
Gilbert Burns to Win and Under 2.5 Rounds (+150)
In a battle of fan favourites in the co-main event of the evening, look for (#5) Gilbert “Durinho” Burns to make quick work of the hometown fighter, (#11) Jorge “Gamebred” Masdival. While Masdival has showcased his electric skillset within the UFC in recent years, he certainly has taken a step back in his recent outings.
Having dropped his last three fights at the hands of Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington, look for Masdival to continue his losing skid against one of the top contenders in the welterweight division, Gilbert Burns. Burns is coming off of a first-round submission finish of Neil Magny that could have provided us with a glimpse into the future of how tonight’s matchup may play out.
Burns is a versatile and multi-faceted fighter, whereas Masdival relies on his striking ability to secure the win. With Burns able to stand and bang with Masdival, look for Durinho to lull Masdival to sleep, shoot for a takedown, and control the action from top position as Gamebred once again appears lost in grapping scenarios.
Back Burns to take the win Under 2.5 rounds, cementing himself as a possible championship contender once again, and potentially pushing Masdival out of the top 15 rankings.
Alex Pereira Moneyline (+115)
Set to cap off a loaded main card, Alex Pereira will take on Israel Adesanya in a rematch from their UFC 281 clash in which Pereira took the middleweight crown from Stylebender. This will be their second time competing against each other under the UFC banner, but it will be their fourth time facing each other total as Pereira also defeated Adesanya twice in kickboxing in the past.
Seeming to have his number, it’s hard to pick against the reigning world champion as he enters tonight as the underdog according to oddsmakers. In their first fight Adesanya was able to control the pace of rounds 3 & 4 due to his superior wrestling skill (not something I thought I’d ever say) but when it came to striking, the power of Poatan is undeniable.
Whenever Pereria connects it’s obvious to see that it does damage. With Izzy trying to evade the never-ending pressure of his opponent for the majority of their previous bout only to be caught with a left hook in the fifth round, look for Pereira to come into tonight’s championship bout even stronger than before, having had time to improve his grappling while still holding the mental edge over his rival.
Look for Pereria to attack Adesanya early, throwing big haymakers as he looks to silence his opponent once and for all, retaining his middleweight championship in the process. Cap off UFC 287 with a big-time underdog win, back Pereria to defend his UFC gold moneyline as he leaves Miami still the undisputed king at 185lbs.
UFC 287 Prelim Parlay
Don’t just place bets on the main card for UFC 287, be sure to get some skin in on the game ahead of tonight’s action with our prelim parlay. Below we’ve provide a pre-built bet that is sure to net you a sizeable payout before the main card has even begun.
Take advantage of our UFC 287 prelim parlay found below and pick up your first win of the evening early!
- Joe Pyfer Moneyline
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Total Odds: (+424)
UFC 287 Odds
|Raul Rosas Jr. VS Christian Rodriguez
|Kevin Holland VS Santiago Ponzinibbio
|Rob Font VS Adrian Yanez
|Gilbert Burns VS Jorge Masdival
|Alex Pereria VS Israel Adesanya
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