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UFC on FOX 21: Latest Vegas odds, lines and betting guide for ‘Condit vs Maia’

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Get a detailed breakdown of the betting lines for UFC on FOX 21, which is set to hit Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, this weekend (Sat., Aug. 27, 2016), including best bets, underdogs, favorites, and much more!

It’s helter-skelter up at welter …

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) 170-pound standouts Carlos Condit and Demian Maia will take center stage this Saturday evening (Aug. 27, 2016) as the world’s largest mixed martial arts (MMA) league returns to FOX, looking to take advantage of the chaos Tyron Woodley’s right hand inflicted upon the Welterweight division at the expense of former champion, Robbie Lawler.

Rogers Center in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, will also see former Lightweight champion Anthony Pettis make his Featherweight debut against Charles Oliveira, as well as Paige VanZant return to action opposite Bec Rawlings, and much more. UFC on FOX 21’s main card and most of the “Prelims” undercard bouts are free, leaving you free to squander your purchasing money by gambling instead.

Here’s how to do just that:

Undercard:

Sam Alvey (-225) vs. Kevin Casey (+185)
Kyle Bochniak (-170) vs. Enrique Barzola (+150)
Alessio Di Chirico (-225) vs. Garreth McLellan (+185)
Shane Campbell (-125) vs. Felipe Silva (+105)
Chad Laprise (-300) vs. Thibault Gouti (+250)
Adam Hunter (-160) vs. Ryan Janes (+140)
Jeremy Kennedy (-155) vs. Alex Ricci (+135)

Thoughts: Five of these fighters are making their Octagon debuts and three others have only fought for the promotion once. You’re killing me, Joe Silva and/or Sean Shelby.

In any case, Kevin Casey is a favorable enough style match up that I’m comfortable recommending a bet on Sam Alvey. That’s because “King” doesn’t have the cardio or striking acumen to play keep-away with the heavy-handed Wisconsinite, while four career knockout losses suggest he won’t last many exchanges before getting blown away, anyway.

Still, Alvey’s underperformed before. Be careful.

Elsewhere, Alessio Di Chirico impressed me ….View full article

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