Another busy week of MMA action is upon us, and we will do our best to cover as much of it as we can. Let’s get the ball rolling by taking a look at the LFA 107 main card, which contains 7 fights and is set to go on Friday night in South Dakota. You can catch all the fights on EFC Fight Pass, so let’s take a moment to quickly break them down. Let’s jump right into action so you can make your bets against their LFA odds.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 107: Carvalho Vs Davlatmurodov
Allan Begosso Vs Luciana Ramos
The main car begins with a Bantamweight bout featuring a fighter looking to maintain his unbeaten pro record. That would be Begosso, who comes into this one with a 5-0-1 career mark and a history of getting fights won quickly. Ramos is sitting at 6-5, and while he has been a little inconsistent, he has won 3 of his last 4 fights. Begosso is off to a great start to his pro career and keeps it going with a submission win.
Taylor Mauldin Vs Ambar De La Herran
Next up is a women’s Flyweight bout that is tough to call given that this is the first pro fight for both ladies. Mauldin won her lone amateur fight in under 40 seconds, while De La Herran went 1-1 as an amateur before making the move up. Bit of a coin flip here, but I am going to lean in the direction of Mauldin by decision.
James Wilson Vs Daniel Jefferson
Next up we have a Lightweight bout between a pair of fighters still in the early stages of the pro careers. Wilson has jumped out to a solid start, winning each of his first 3 fights as a pro, with all of those wins coming in the opening round. Jefferson has had a little bit of a tougher start, going 2-2 through his first 4 fights. This one looks like another quick win for Wilson.
Jordan Heiderman Vs Anthony Garrett
It’s the big boys up next, as we have a pair of Heavyweights set to square off in a fight that likely won’t go the distance. Heiderman is off to a perfect 3-0 start in his pro career, winning 2 of the 3 by KO. Garrett is 6-2 and has also shown a propensity for getting the job done quickly. These guys are going to come out swinging and I like Heiderman to get the KO win.
George Garcia Vs Ricardo Dias
As we move closer to the headline event, we see some better matchups, including what looks to be an evenly matched Bantamweight bout. Garcia is looking for a rebound win after taking a loss last time out and seeing his record drop to 9-4. Dias has the exact same record, but he has also won 2 in a row and 4 of his last 5. I think this one goes the distance, with Garcia edging it.
Vernon Lewis Vs Alejandro Solorzano
The co-main event of the night is another Heavyweight bout that could deliver some fireworks. Lewis is the 2nd ranked Heavyweight in Texas and is on a run that has seen him win 4 of his last 5 fights to get to 8-4. After starting his pro career at 2-2, Solorzano has flipped a switch and reeled off 7 straight wins. You have to like him to keep the wins coming with a KO victory here.
Kamuela Kirk Vs Daniel Swain
The headline event of the night looks to be a good one, as we have a pair of highly rated Featherweights squaring off. Kirk is 10-4 and looking to add to his previous win, which came on the heels of back-to-back losses. Swain is 20-10-1 and rarely if ever sees any of his fights go the distance. I expect more of the same in this one, with Kirk getting the job done quickly.