LFA 110: Silveira Vs Murray Betting Analysis

LFA 110: Silveira Vs Murray Betting Analysis

It is a bit of an odd weekend in the world of MMA in that we do not have a UFC event to cover. They will be taking the 4th of July weekend off, but they will be returning with a banger next weekend. We will start to break down that event in another article, but for now, we are going to focus on LFA 110, which is set to go on Friday night at 9 PM EST. This is a pretty decent replacement for the missing UFC weekend, as we have a fantastic 5-fight main card that features a title fight as the headliner. You can catch this one on UFC Fight Pass, so let’s take a look at all 5 main card fights along with their LFA odds.

MMA Betting Preview for LFA 110: Silveira Vs Murray

Chibwikem Onyenegacha (-215) Vs Renato Valente (+170)

The evening begins with what looks to be an exciting Middleweight bout, with one of these fighters looking to maintain an impressive unbeaten record. Onyengacha is the man that we are taking about here, as he comes into this one with a perfect 7-0 record. He won the first 6 easily, but he did need a split decision last time out. Valente is 7-4 and coming into this bout on the heels of a loss in his first fight under the LFA banner. I don’t think it will take Onyengacha long to get the KO win in this one.

Jacqueline Amorim (-500) Vs Megan Owen (+350)

The ladies are up next for a Strawweight bout, with both fighters still in the very early stages of their pro careers. Amorim is a little more experienced of the two, but that’s not saying much given that she has had just 3 pro fights. She is, though, perfect through those bouts, winning each of them in the opening round. Owen made a successful start in her pro debut, but she did need to go the distance to get the win. I think Amorim wins this one rather quickly.

Christian Natividad (-400) Vs Luis Aguirre (+300)

We have the Flyweights up next for a fight that, one the face of it, looks to be a little lopsided, but you just never know. Natividad has come out and made a strong start in his short time as a pro, winning each of his 3 fights, all of which came under the LFA banner. Aguirre has had a much tougher time of things and comes in on a 2-fight losing streak, which has taken him to 2-2 overall. I am on Natividad for the KO win.

Markus Perez (-200) Vs Christiano Frohlich (+160)

The co-main event of the night is a Middleweight bout featuring a pair of fighters looking to snap out of a losing run. Perez has been very poor of late, losing 3 in a row and 4 of his last 5 fights, a run that has taken his career record to 12-5. It has not been much better for Frohlich, who has lost 2 of his last 3, with one of those losses coming when he last dipped his toe into LFA waters. Perez may be on a bad run, but he is the stronger fighter, so I’m taking him to win.

Charles Johnson (-240) Vs Yuma Horiuchi (+190)

The final fight of the night is a big one, as these fighters will be stepping into the octagon looking to get their hands on the vacant Flyweight title. Johnson has a very respectable 8-3 career mark, but it should be noted that both of his losses have come over his last 5 fights. It is a very similar story for Horiuchi, who is 8-3. He won his last fight, breaking a 2-fight losing skid. I think this one goes the distance, with Johnson getting the win.