LFA 106: Silveira Vs Viana Odds & Picks - MMA Betting

LFA 106: Silveira Vs Viana Odds & Picks – MMA Betting

Written by on April 28, 2021

Shawnee, Oklahoma will once again play host to another LFA event, with this one set to go on Friday night at 9 PM EST on UFC Fight Pass. It’s a big main card that’s on offer, with 7 fights set to go. With that many bouts to cover, we should jump right into the previews and predictions so you can make your bets against their MMA odds.

MMA Betting Preview for LFA 106: Silveira Vs Viana

Mando Gutierrez (-300) Vs William Elliott (+200)

We get the ball rolling with a Bantamweight fight between a pair of fighters in the early stages of their pro careers. Gutierrez got off to a strong start, winning 4 straight, but he is coming off a loss last time out. Elliott is also looking to bounce back from a loss, taking his career mark to 3-1. A good matchup here, but I have Gutierrez by submission.

Trevor Wallace (-500) Vs Bubba Grant (+300)

The big boys step into the octagon next for a Heavyweight bout with one of these fighters looking to remain unbeaten. Wallace comes in with a perfect 4-0 record and wins usually coming quickly. Grant is more experienced, but at 7-6, he has been up and down his entire pro career. I’m on Wallace to stay unbeaten with the KO win.

Genia Goodin (-120) Vs Kathryn Paprocki (-120)

One look at the odds and you can see that the bookies have this Strawweight fight as too close to call. Goodin has started her pro career with 2 wins, with both fights going the distance. Paprocki was 2-0 before losing her last fight, so she will be looking to bounce back here. I like this one to go the distance, with Goodin getting the win.

Cheyden Leialoha (-125) Vs Edwin Chavez (-115)

This is another fight that looks to be very evenly matched in the Featherweight division. Leialoha is 7-2, but his losses have come in his last 3 fights, so he needs this one. Meanwhile, Chavez is a perfect 4-0 and looking to maintain the strong start to his career. I see this one going the distance, with Chavez getting the decision.

Kyle Estrada (-260) Vs Tyler Wilson (+175)

It’s a Bantamweight bout up next, with both fighters looking to snap out of slumps. Estrada is 10-6 in his career, but he has lost back-to-back fights, as well as 3 of his last 5. Wilson is 6-3 but has also struggled of late, losing 2 of his last 3 fights. This is another one that is likely to go the distance, with the slight edge going to Estrada.

Toninho Gavinho (+110) Vs Terrance McKinney (-150)

The co-main event of the night is a Lightweight bout that looks like a great matchup. Gavinho comes in with a 10-4 career mark, as well as a run that has seen him win 3 in a row. McKinney is 8-3 and was able to snap out of a 2-fight losing skid with a win last time out. Fists will fly in this one, with Gavinho getting the KO win.

Joshua Silveira (-300) Vs Rafael Viana (+200)

The headline event of the night is a Light Heavyweight bout featuring a pair of fighters off to fast starts in their pro careers. Silveira is off to a 4-0 start and has looked dominant in each of those fights. Viana is coming off the first loss of his career after getting out to a 6-0 start. I am on Silveira to get the win via submission.