UFC Fight Night: Krylov VS Spann Picks
In the final UFC Card in the month of February, look for the month to be closed out with a bang as we have an absolutely loaded card jam-packed full of world-class combatants all searching for a win. Headlined by a clash between ranked light heavyweights, Nikita Krylov and Ryan Spann, this weekend’s action is set to blow the roof off of the Apex Arena.
With so many highly-anticipated bouts lined up for Saturday night, there’s never been a better time to place a bet on the UFC. That’s why at Canadian Sports Betting, we’ve compiled all the best bets on each main card matchup so you can win big on this thrilling Fight Night event.
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Mike Malott to Win by KO/TKO/DQ (+175)
Kicking off the main card with a bout between surging Canadian fighters, look for the pride of Waterdown, Ontario, “Proper” Mike Malott to get the better of French-Canadian, Yohan “White Lion” Lainesse on the feet to secure himself back-to-back wins under the UFC banner.
Malott looked tremendous in his UFC debut, finishing Mickey Gall by knockout in the first round of their bout. With a proven grappling resume, Malott proved he has layers to his game, showcasing his vicious KO power at the expense of Gall.
While Lainesse is no slouch in the standup game himself, having won six pro bouts by knockout, look for Malott’s power and speed to be too much to handle, As we saw in his UFC debut, Lainesse has a suspect chin which could be on the receiving end of a heavy onslaught of offence courtesy of Malott.
Back Malott to pick up his second win in the UFC, finishing Lainesse by KO, TKO, or DQ in this All-Canadian slugfest. There’s no better feeling than securing yourself a sizeable payday on the opening bout of the night, bet on Malott to win by KO/TKO/DQ.
Tatiana Suarez VS Montana De La Rosa Under 2.5 Total Rounds (+120)
After a nearly four year layoff from competition, Tatiana Suarez is making her triumphant return to the UFC, where she will face off against rising flyweight Montana De La Rosa.
Prior to he lengthy hiatus from mixed martial arts, Suarez had begun to establish herself as one of the premier talents in the women’s division. With wins against top competition such as Nina Nunes, Alexa Grasso, and former-strawweight Champion, Carla Esparza, Suarez was primed to rise the rankings of the UFC en route to championship contention.
Now making her long-awaited return to action, look for Suarez and De La Rosa to go all out in a career-altering matchup for both fighters.
While Suarez is the heavy betting favourite (-750) heading into this bout, De La Rosa has shown glimpses of tremendous potential, having secured eight submission victories in her pro career. Having an up-and-down career thus far, De La Rosa will have the opportunity to put herself on the map, with the chance to pick up the biggest win of her MMA career on Saturday night.
Look for both fighters to prevent this bout from going to the judges scorecards, bet the Under on total rounds in this matchup and treat yourself to an easy plus money win on this main card prop bet.
Don’Tale Mayes to Win by KO/TKO/DQ (+200)
In a heavyweight tilt that you won’t want to miss, Augusto Sakai will look to get his name back into the win column against the formidable slugger Don’tale “Lord Kong” Mayes.
After suffering four consecutive losses by way of knockout, Sakai has proven vulnerable on the feet, making Don’Tale Mayes a tremendous bet to finish the fight with his heavy hands. After dropping his first two bouts in the UFC by submission, Mayes has taken matters into his own hands, finishing two of his last three opponents by knockout, utilizing his formidable 6′8″ frame to his advantage.
With a definite edge in size as well as power, Sakai will have trouble finding openings to land against Mayes. This will instead once again leave Sakai finding himself on the receiving end of more punishment than he is able to dole out himself, resulting in yet another knockout loss.
Back Mayes to pick up his third win in the UFC, using his stellar reach and power to his advantage and finishing Sakai by KO/TKO/DQ.
Brendan Allen Moneyline (+190)
Tonight’s co-main event is sure to be a fight of the night candidate as two fantatic all-around fighters will square off as Andre “Sergipano” Muniz takes on Brendan “All In” Allen.
Both of these surging middleweights enter this bout hungry as ever, both positioned to break into the UFC’s top 15 rankings with another standout performance this evening. While Muniz enters this bout as the favourite, look for Allen to leave as the winner.
Muniz and Allen are both riding a wave of momentum, riding five and three fight win streaks respectively entering into tonight’s contest. While Muniz looked impressive in his last bout against Uriah Hall, look for Allen to neutralize all of Muniz’s biggest strengths in this matchup.
With their elite level grappling set to offset each other, look for Allen to win the battle in the standup game, landing heavy blows to Muniz and applying pressure all fight long. Allen has a high motor and won’t shy away from engaging the dangerous Muniz.
Back the underdog Allen to prevent Muniz from working on the ground, instead forcing him into a dogfight in which Allen will have the advantage, capturing the win in the co-main event.
Nikita Krylov to Win in Round 1 (+140)
Capping off the evening with a high-stakes matchup pitting two of the most dangerous 205ers against one another as #6 Nikita “The Miner” Krylov takes on #8 Ryan “Superman” Spann. With both men looking to vault themselves into title contention with a win tonight, look for both combatants to leave it all inside the octagon.
While both men have proven finishing ability, look for Krylov to make quick work of Spann, finishing the fight within the first round. Neither of these men are strangers to quick finishes, both fighters holding a combined nine first round wins between them. While it is sure to be an electrifying matchup, look for the experience and savvy of Krylov to provide the winning edge against Spann in tonight’s main event.
Krylov holds knockout power in spades, able to put his opponents lights out in a matter of seconds when he connects flush. We have seen Spann struggle against opponents possessing such power, with both his losses to Anthony Smith and Johnny Walker coming as a result of Spann’s inability to avoid taking damage from his opponents.
With a stupendous all-around ability and no shortage of finishing skills in his arsenal, look for Krylov to put an exclamation point on this main event, finishing Spann within the first round. Watch as he picks up his third-straight victory while simultaneously landing you a winning wager to end off a spectacular night of UFC action.
UFC Fight Night 220 Prelim Parlay
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- Rafael Alves Moneyline
- Ode Osbourne Moneyline
- Jordan Leavitt Moneyline
Total Odds: (+1044)
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