If you are looking for some great MMA action of Friday night, then you are in luck, as LFA 120 is set to go at 9 PM EST on Friday night with a 6-fight main card. Sitting at the top of this stacked card is a title fight that should be a great one. There is a lot of action to cover here, so let’s break it down with LFA Betting predictions for each of the fights of LFA 120: Cantuaria Vs Horth.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 120: Cantuaria Vs Horth
Felipe Martinez Donis Vs Henry Huff
The main card begins with a Featherweight bout featuring a pair of fighters who are still early in their career. Donis comes in with a 3-1 record, with all of his wins coming inside the distance. Huff has the same 3-1 record and will be looking for a bounce back win after losing his last fight. I am taking Donis to win this one with a KO.
Olivia Beeskau Vs Rachel Martinez
The ladies will step into the octagon next for a Strawweight bout that is going to be tough to call. Beeskau has only had 1 professional fight to this point, winning that one by unanimous decision. This is the first pro fight for Martinez, but she is coming off a solid run as an amateur, where she won her last 5 fights. I am taking Martinez to win here first pro fight.
Royce White Vs Daiqwon Buckley
The big boys are next up for a Heavyweight bout featuring a pair of fighters who are embarking on the first fight of their pro careers. There really isn’t much to go on here given that we have not seen these guys fight, but the general consensus among fight fans that White looks to be ready to come away with the KO win.
Tony Laramie Vs Tyus White
We have a whole lot more to go on with this Flyweight bout, so let’s get right into it. Laramie started life as a pro with 2 wins before losing 2 in a row, but he comes into this one having won each of his last 3. White has won each of his 4 pro fights, winning 3 of them inside the distance. A good matchup here, but I am on Tyus to get the win.
Bruno Assis Vs Jalin Fuller
The co-main event of the night is a Middleweight bout featuring a pair of very good fighters. Assis comes into this one with an 11-5 record and a run that has seen him win 2 in a row after losing back-to-back fights. Fuller is off to a great start in his pro career, winning each of his first 5 fights. I like Fuller to keep the wins coming, as I like him to win by KO.
Mayra Cantuaria Vs Jamey-Lyn Horth Wessels
The night ends with a battle for the Vacant Flyweight Championship and you can certainly make a good case for both of these women. Cantuaria is 9-3-1 in her pro career and on a great run of form, winning each of her last 6 fights. Wessels makes the move to the LFA after winning her first 4 fights inside the distance in different organizations. I think this will be a close fight, but I am on Cantuaria to edge it.