LFA 135 Leyva VS Reis Betting Favorites, Fights Analysis & Predictions

LFA 135: Leyva VS Reis Betting Favorites, Fights Analysis & Predictions

MMA fans should be ready to stay up late on Friday night, as we have a great looking main card in the LFA set to go. LFA 135 is being held in Arizona, with the main card set to begin at 11 PM EST on Friday night. There are no less than 7 fights on this card, which means we have a lot of ground to cover. Let’s get right to it so you can bet against their LFA Betting Odds.

MMA Betting Preview for LFA 135: Leyva VS Reis

Maria Henderson Vs Melanie McIntyre

We get started with a women’s Strawweight bout, with both of these fighters coming in for their first pro fight. Henderson went a perfect 3-0 as an amateur, 2 of which came inside the distance. McIntyre went 3-0 to start her amateur career before losing 2 in a row. This is a tough one to call, but I like Henderson to come away with the win.

Marcus McGhee Vs Rafael do Nascimento

We have a Bantamweight bout up next, with both of these fighters coming in with very solid records. McGhee has been perfect to this point, winning all 4 of his pro fights and never having to go beyond the 2nd round. On the flipside, do Nascimento is 6-1 overall and comes in on a 2-fight win streak. I like McGhee to keep his win streak alive with a KO win.

Jena Bishop Vs Luana Santos

We have a women’s Flyweight bout up next, with both fighters coming in unbeaten. Bishop is 2-0, with both of her wins coming under the LFA banner. Santos is 3-0, with 2 of those wins coming inside the distance. This will be her first LFA appearance, but I still think she will handle the step up in class by taking the win in this one.

Paris Stanford Vs Allan Begosso

The men are in the octagon next for a bantamweight bout, with both looking to bounce back after a loss. Stanford is sitting at 5-3 ahead of this one, but he has actually lost each of his last 2 fight. Begosso started life as a pro by going 6-0-1, but he is coming off a loss last time out. This seems like a great opportunity for him to get back to winning ways.

Austin Wourms Vs Lucas Clay

The Lightweights are next in what looks to be a very good matchup. Wourms has broken out if a wobbly start to his pro career and come into this one on a 3-fight win streak, moving to 5-3 in the process. Clay saw a 4-fight win streak come to an end last time out, dropping to 8-2 with the loss. I like Clay to get back to winning ways with a decision win.

Felipe Bunes Vs Wascar Cruz

This Flyweight bout will serve as the co-main event of the night. Both fighters have been up and down in their careers, with Bunes going 11-6 and losing 4 of his last 5. Cruz won last time out, but he is still just 2-3 in his last 5 and 13-9 overall. Both of these fighters could use a win, but I think it will be Bunes that gets it.

Alfonso Leyva Vs Daniel Reis

Two very good fighter will square off in a Welterweight bout that will serve as the headline event. Leyva comes in with a perfect 5-0 record and a run where he has never had to go beyond the 2nd round to win. Reis is 8-1 overall and bounced back nicely from his first loss, winning his last 2 bouts. I like Leyva to keep rolling with the KO win.


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