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Yesterday we offered 3 betting tips. However they were all for the F1 Belgian Grand Prix, which takes place this weekend.
If you need a refresher on those, we have Hamilton to win the race, Bottas for the podium finish and finally Raikkonen for the top 6 finish.
Today we’re going to be providing 3 UFC tips, for the UFC events that are on this Saturday.
As a reminder – we already have provided two UFC betting tips so far. They were Tyron Wodley to beat Dong-Hyun Kim, and Elizabeth Phillips to beat Milana Dudleva.
A lot of fighters on the UFC cards that you probably won’t recognize but don’t worry – our UFC guy has been hard at work watching videos and studying every fighter to come up with an additional 3 UFC Fight Night Betting Tips for y’all.
Let’s get to the tips for today:
UFC Betting Tips: Chas Skelly vs Tom Niinimaki
This fight is on the late card, UFC Fight Night 49 with Benson Henderson vs Rafael Dos Anjos as the main event.
Skelly is an impressive flyweight wrestler who was undefeated going into UFC. He lost his first fight against Mirsad Bektic – which we want to write off to nerves.
Niinimäki is solid but he’s also coming off a loss to Nikas Backstrom.
We just think Skellys takedown ability is too strong here, and we believe Skelly will dominate this fight from the ground.
UFC Betting Tips: Neil Magny vs Alex Garcia
This fight is on the prelims. The odds are Magny 5/4 and Garcia 4/6, and we like Garcia to pick up the win.
Magny has been on a nice run with 3 out of 3 wins in his last 3 fights. However in his last fight he fought the new and inexperienced Rodrigo De Lima, and he didn’t look too impressive in the first round against him. Alex Garcia is unbeaten in UFC and only has 1 loss to his career back in 2011. He did have a tough fight against Sean Spencer but he came out the deserved winner and looked strong.
We like Garcia to continue his unbeaten record in UFC.
UFC Betting Tips: James Vick vs Valmir Lazaro
Vick is just the much better fighter. He’s got a 5-0 record going into this fight, and looked incredibly impressive on his debut against Ramsey Nijem in UFC. He hasn’t fought in a year, but we like him to come back strong.
He’s the favourite but it’s not massive odds and that’s what we like. 5/8 odds and we do believe he will dominate Lazaro – he’s just a much stronger fighter and knows how to finish. He’s tall, strong and should dominate this fight.