There is another full weekend of MMA action coming our way this weekend and you have to say that LFA 126 looks like one of the best events on tap over the next few days. There are 7 fights on the main card, which includes a pair of title fights at the top of the card. This one will start at 9 PM EST on Friday night and can be seen on UFC Fight Pass. Let’s break down all 7 fights on the main card so you can bet against the LFA Betting Odds.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 126: Bilharinho Vs Barbosa
Tamires Vidal Vs Queila Braga
The evening begins with a pair of female Bantamweight fighters stepping into the octagon. Vidal started her career at 1-1, but she has turned the corner, winning 4 in a row ahead of this one. Braga has the same 5-1 record and has won each of her last 2 fights. I like this one to go the distance, with Vidal getting the decision.
Gabriel Alves Braga Vs Jose Delano
We have a Featherweight bout up next, and it looks like a beauty. Brage comes into this fight and puts his perfect record on the line, starting this one at 6-0. Delano started his career going 1-2, but he has been on fore since then, winning 8 in a row ahead of this fight. Two very good fighters here, but I like Braga to win by KO.
Rodolfo Bellato Vs Thiago Vieira
We have another Light Heavyweight bout up next and another fight that looks to have the makings of a good one. Bellato is 7-1 overall and has won each of his last 2 fights, including his first bout with the LFA. Vieira is 11-4 overall, but all 4 of his losses have come over the last 7 fights, so he needs a win here. I don’t see him getting it, though, as I like Bellato for the KO win.
Andre Vieira Vs Eduardo Neves
Next up is a Heavyweight bout that features a pair of fighters putting their unbeaten records on the line. Vieira is 5-0 and has a pair of opening round wins in his past fights. He has one less win than Neves, coming into this one at 4-0, and all without ever needing to go the distance. I think Neves uses that power to his advantage and gets the KO win.
Ismael Bonfim Vs Andrey Augusto
Before we get to the title fights, we have a great looking Lightweight bout to look forward to. Bonfim has a career mark of 16-3 and comes into this one on the heels of a 10-fight win streak. Augusto is 12-2-1 record and also has a hot streak going, winning each of his last 7 fights. I like this one to go this distance, with Bonfim getting the win.
Gabriel Bonfim Vs Eduardo Garvon
By the time this one is over, one of these men will walk away with the vacant Welterweight Championship belt. Bonfim has certainly earned this title shot, going a perfect 11-0 to this point in his career. Garvon is 13-3-1 overall and has 4 wins in his last 5 fights. I like Bonfim to take the belt and keep his unbeaten streak alive.
Jonas Bilharinho Vs Rafael Barbosa
We have another vacant title up for grabs, with the Featherweight Championship the prize here. Bilharinho is 9-1-1 in his career and comes in on a run that has seen him win 4 of his last 5 fights. Barbosa is 14-4 overall and snapped out of a 3-fight losing streak with back-to-back wins in his last 2. I am all over Biharinho for the KO win here.