UFC Vegas 74: Kara-France vs. Albazi - Predictions & Best Bets

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3 months ago

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UFC Vegas 74: Kara-France vs. Albazi - Predictions & Best Bets || Super Admin

UFC Vegas 74 is set to take place at the Apex this weekend, featuring an exciting lineup of fights. Let's take a closer look at some of the notable matchups and potential betting opportunities.

John Castañeda ML (-120) vs. Muin Gafurov

Gafurov, a late replacement, faces a tough challenge against Castañeda. Despite landing several takedowns in his previous fight, Gafurov struggled with striking and lost by a split decision. Castañeda, with his wrestling background and training with Greg Nelson, should have the advantage in takedown defense. Additionally, his superior striking power makes him the favorable pick in this matchup.

Andrei Arlovski – Wins by Decision (+150)

Arlovski, despite his age, has remained relevant due to his strategic fighting style. He has won four out of his last five fights, employing a point-based approach that relies on a smart jab and avoiding wild exchanges. None of his recent wins have come by stoppage. His opponent, Don'Tale Mayes, thrives in chaotic brawls and seeks longer exchanges to land big shots. However, Arlovski's discipline and point fighting should enable him to outscore Mayes and secure a decision victory.

Philipe Lins ML (+120) vs. Maxim Grishin

Lins, surprisingly listed as an underdog, has showcased impressive performances at 205 lbs in his previous UFC appearances. His combination of wrestling and boxing skills resulted in victories over Marcin Prachnio and Ovince St. Preux. Grishin relies on striking from a distance, but he won't have a significant reach advantage in this matchup. Lins' well-rounded skills and previous successes make him a solid pick in this fight.

Tim Elliott ML (-170) vs. Victor Altamirano

Despite some personal struggles Tim Elliott has faced recently, we should focus on the stylistic matchup in this fight. Elliott's exceptional scrambling abilities, combined with Altamirano's previous difficulties with being taken down, make Elliott a nightmare matchup for his opponent. Considering Elliott's skills and Altamirano's vulnerability on the ground, there's potential for Elliott to secure a victory, possibly even inside the distance.

Karine Silva ML (-225) vs. Ketlen Souza

Silva enters the fight with several advantages, particularly Souza's tendency to engage in grappling from her back. In Souza's previous title fight, she showed a willingness to give up takedowns to pursue submissions. Silva, being skilled and safe in top positions, should be able to avoid any danger and control the fight. This strategic advantage should secure Silva rounds on the judges' scorecards and potentially lead her to victory.

Kai Kara-France – Wins by (T)KO (+350)

Flyweight fights this year have often ended inside the distance, and Kara-France's fight against Albazi may follow suit. Albazi heavily relies on his grappling, which can be exhausting if not successful. Facing tougher competition, Albazi is likely to face adversity, and Kara-France is poised to take advantage in the later rounds, potentially scoring a knockout or technical knockout finish.

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