Get a detailed breakdown of the betting lines for UFC Fight Night 94, which is set to hit State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, this weekend (Sat., Sept. 17, 2016), including best bets, underdogs, favorites, and much more!
It’s always fun when the rising meets the falling …
Former top-ranked Featherweight contender Dustin Poirier has found a new lease on life in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Lightweight division, cranking out three brutal knockouts in four victories in his new weight class. Michael Johnson, meanwhile, had his 155-pound rise stymied by consecutive losses to Beneil Dariush and Nate Diaz, the former controversial and the latter decidedly not. This Saturday evening (Sept. 17, 2016), the pair will go to battle inside State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, Texas, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 94. In the FOX Sports 1-televised co-main event, Derek Brunson will duke it out with Uriah Hall, while Evan Dunham takes on Octagon newcomer Rick Glenn at Lightweight.
The majority of the card is free on FOX Sports 1; therefore, let’s use the opportunity to fund the next couple of pay-per-view (PPV) events:
UFC Fight Night 94 Odds For The Undercard:
Sam Sicilia (-175) vs. Gabriel Benitez (+145)
Belal Muhammad (-380) vs. Augusto Montano (+290)
Joey Gomez (-165) vs. Jose Quinones (+135)
Antonio Carlos Júnior (N/A) vs. Leonardo Guimaraes (N/A)
Randy Brown (-425) vs. Randy Brown (+320)
Chas Skelly (-185) vs. Maximo Blanco (+155)
Thoughts: It’s time to take my Maximo Blanco fandom behind the shed. He’s got a massively uphill battle this weekend and I think the bookies are giving him too much credit. Skelly not only has the chin to stand up to Blanco’s power shots, he also has the wrestling to blunt his offense and the submission prowess to exploit the Venezuelan’s ever-vulnerable neck. Even his biggest flaw — the iffy cardio — ….View full article
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