UFC Fight Night: Best Bets, Picks, & Expert Analysis

Find the Best Bets on UFC Fight Night: Lewis VS Spivac

UFC Fight Night Best Bets

This Saturday, two of the UFC’s top knockout artists headline UFC Fight Night as Derrick Lewis faces off against Serghei Spivac. In a clash between two heavyweights with world title aspirations, there’s never been a better time to get in on UFC betting.

Looking for the best bets in the fighting business? At Canadian Sports Betting we have all the top UFC picks for this weekends Fight Night main card. With several heavy-handed sluggers set to do battle, this Saturday afternoon could be chalk-full of highlight reel knockouts.

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Jack Della Maddalena to Win by KO/TKO/DQ (-200)

Kicking off the nights main card action, sparks are set to fly in a welterweight tilt between Jack Della Maddalena (12-2) and Danny “Hot Chocolate” Roberts (18-6). Both of these men like to let their hands fly when they step into the octagon so don’t expect this fight to go to the judges scorecards.

A heavy betting favourite and for good reason, Della Maddalena to win by KO/TKO/DQ is a fantastic bet to make to start your UFC Fight Night bets off on the right foot. Currently 2-0 in the UFC with both wins coming from first-round knockouts, Della Maddalena appears to be the next top fighter to emerge from Australia. With a spectacular array of striking skills, Della Maddalena has a perfect blend of power and speed.

Facing an MMA journeyman that has struggled to maintain success in the UFC, look for Della Maddalena to make quick work of Roberts, finishing him via Knockout within the 15-minute confine.

Andre Fialho Moneyline (-105)

Coming off a brutal loss at suffered at the hands of Jake Matthews, Andre Fialho (16-5) had his momentum squashed after being dominated by the Australian fighter. Don’t let one performance fool you however, Fialho is oozing with potential.

Prior to the Matthews loss, Fialho was riding a two fight win streak, both victories coming from first round knockouts. With knockout power at his disposal, look for Fialho to get back into the win column against the “King of Kung Fu” Muslim Salikhov (18-3).

A veteran of the fight game, Salikhov has demonstrated he has a fantastic ability inside the octagon, with spectacular finishes under his belt, he is just as dangerous as his opponent. While Salikhov may have the advantage in experience, Fialho is the fresher and more explosive fighter in this matchup.

Look for Fialho to overwhelm Salikhov with his power, forcing the technical striker into an all out brawl, an area that Fialho feels extremely comfortable in. Back the slight underdog Fialho to defeat Salikhov as he rights the ship and progresses forward in his UFC career, capturing his third win in five fights this year.

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Waldo Cortes-Acosta to Win by Decision (+350)

Making his UFC debut against a proven veteran in the heavyweight division, Waldo “Salsa Boy” Cortes-Acosta (8-0) appears ready to make a name for himself at the highest level. The pride of the Dominican Republic, Cortes-Acosta brings not just knockout power, but technical savvy when he steps inside the octagon.

Going toe-to-toe with proven fighter Chase “The Vanilla Gorilla” Sherman, look for Cortes-Acosta to outclass his opponent and keep his undefeated streak in tact. Cortes-Acosta is unlike many heavyweight fighters in the UFC, not just reliant on swinging for the fences, he is able to use his technical ability to his advantage draining his opponents and cruising to dominant victories on the scorecards.

While he’s no stranger to dealing out knockout blows, look for Cortes-Acosta to play this one safe. Staying out of range of the long reach of Sherman, and capitalizing on the opportunities given to him over the course of the bout, Cortes-Acosta will not make any unnecessary movements. Back the Salsa Boy to sauce it up inside the cage and dance his way to victory by decision.

Kennedy Nzechukwu to Win by KO/TKO/DQ (+120)

In a showdown between two of the UFCs most intimidating fighters, Ion “The Hulk” Cutelaba (16-8-1) faces off against Kennedy “African Savage” Nzechekwu (10-3) in a battle that surely won’t finish with both men left standing.

Both fighters have showcased in the past that when they step foot into the octagon they aren’t there to touch their opponents up, they’re there to take their heads clean off. In a bout that is set to see both fighters look for the quick finish, back Nzechekwu to capture the knockout victory over Cutelaba.

While Cutelaba may have the edge in experience, Nzechekwu is the more explosive fighter. In his last few bouts Cutelaba has made several costly mistakes due to poor fight IQ, leading to him being finished via submission in the first round in back-to-back bouts. He may not have to worry about the ground game of Nzechekwu, but if he gets caught with even a single clean blow, that could shut the lights out in a hurry.

Nzechekwu is coming off an impressive performance, securing a win over Karl Roberson by knockout. Look for the African Savage to add another head to his collection, taking down Cutelaba by knockout, earning his second straight finish.

Derrick Lewis VS Serghei Spivac Under 1.5 Total Rounds (-120)

In the main event of the evening, blink and you might miss it, that’s how dangerous both men are inside the octagon in Saturdays featured bout. The UFCs all-time leader in knockouts, Derrick “Black Beast” Lewis (26-10) squares off against Serghei “Polar Bear” Spivak (15-3) in what will be the Moldavians biggest test yet in the UFC.

Spivak has put together an impressive resume in his young UFC tenure, with finishes over proven contenders such as Augusto Sakai and Tai Tuivasa. Looking to earn the biggest win of the 27-year-old fighters career, he will be face-to-face with one of the most dangerous strikers the mixed martial arts world has ever seen.

Coming off of a controversial stoppage loss to Sergei Pavlovich, Lewis is looking to get back on track, knocking off a young contender en route back to the top of the heavyweight division. Lewis has proven he only needs one clean shot to end a fighters night, racking up 13 KO’s in his 17 wins under the UFC banner.

With both competitors entering this main event bout with plenty on the line, look for both sides to go for broke, chasing an early finish in their five-round main event. Bet the Under 1.5 total rounds on Lewis VS Spivak and look for someone to go to sleep before all is said and done in the Main Event clash.

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UFC Fight Night Prelim Parlay

Looking to wager on more than just the main card? We’ve got you covered with a UFC prelim parlay so you can win big on the early window of fights on Saturdays card. There’s plenty of fantastic action instore for fight fans on this weekends prelims, make use of our pre-built parlay, and start your UFC Fight Night with a win.

  • Tereza Bleda Moneyline
  • Vanessa Demopoulos Moneyline
  • Ricky Turcios Moneyline

Total Odds: (+638)

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Matt Eichhorn

Matt Eichhorn

Having worked in the Sports Gambling industry since 2020, Eichhorn has expertise in all things sports betting. With experience covering various major North American sports leagues he has a wide array of knowledge to draw from when crafting his work.