Much like last week, we get a fight night card without household names, but this one carries a bit more star power, and on average is bringing higher level fighters. Higher level generally means more predictive. Much like last week, we have a slew of tight betting lines with the largest being
This is a lower-level Fight Night card as the rankings would go, and features no single fight with a betting line above -220, which theoretically creates value in the cheaper favorites and cheaper underdogs. From a DFS perspective, this creates a situation where it can be advantageous to not use
Fighter prop lines are out and it’s the time of the week to formulate an attack from both betting and DFS standpoints.
This is as stacked as cards get, and the excitement meter should be at 100! Unlike last week where all the information was in the same place, this piece will offer pertinent thoughts on each fighter and fight and will act as an overview for what to expect, with some
Welcome to the breakdown of our morning/daytime fight card! We get a few of these a year and they are enjoyable and leave the night free. We’ve got a handful of UFC newcomers and information will be an edge on this card, as there’s not exactly a plethora of household
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