ONE Championship: Full Circle Betting Analysis & Predictions

ONE Championship: Full Circle Betting Analysis & Predictions

Huge MMA events happen this weekend, including Bellator 275 and UFC Fight Night. The great weekend of mixed-martial arts action begins with ONE Champions Full Circle event at Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore, on Friday, Feb. 25. The first bout happens at 4:30 am ET. Check out analysis and free ONE Championship Betting picks for six bouts at the ONE Championship Full Circle including both championship fights.  

MMA Betting Picks for ONE Championship: Full Circle

One Championship Full Circle Event Info

  • When: Friday, Feb. 25 at 4:30 am ET
  • Where: Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang, Singapore
  • TV/Streaming: One YouTube / One Super App

Fabricio Andrade vs Jeremy Pacatiw

Every fight on the One Championship Full Circle card is competitive. Andrade brings a 6-2 record into this bout. Pacatiw is 10-4.

Andrade appears to have an edge. 6-of-10 Pacatiw victories have happened via decision. Andrade has won twice via knockout, twice via decision. Andrade is the pick. 

MMA Pick: Fabricio Andrade 

Guto Inocente vs Bruno Susano 

With 10 wins and 6 losses, Brazilian Real Kombat Technique Fighter Guto Inocente could be in tough versus Bruno Susano.

Then again, Susano shows no wins or losses, which doesn’t mean he hasn’t fought before. What it means is that he hasn’t fought at a high enough level to register with the main MMA sites. 

Susano actually heads into this off a victory. The win broke a 3 fight losing streak. So backing Inocente makes sense. 

MMA Pick: Guto Inocente  

Enriko Kehl vs Tayfun Ozcan  

Enriko Kehl is a multi-Muay Thai World Champion. Kehl is 51-16-2. Ozcan has an 84-9-3 record. 

Kehl lost his last fight to Davit Kiria. Ozcan lost his last bout to Sitthichai Sitsongpeenong. This should be one of the most competitive fight on the entire card. Which MMA fighter has the edge? 

Ozcan’s first One Championship bout ended in a loss. Kehl has been a One Championship staple for some time. Enriko gets the nod.  

MMA Pick: Enriko Kehl  

Aung La Nsang vs Vitaly Bigdash 

27-12-5 fighter Nsang broke a 2-match losing streak in his last by knocking out Leandro Ataides via punches in the first round at One Championship: Battleground. 

Both losses happened against Middleweight Champion and the Full Circle headline fighter Reiner De Ridder. So we can’t write off La Nsang’s chances.

Beating Vitaly Bigdash won’t be easy, though. The Russian is 11-2. He’s won 6 fights via submission. Bigdash can take this. 

MMA Pick: Vitaly Bigdash 

Roman Kryklia vs Murat Aygun | Light Heavyweight Kickboxing World Championship

Champion Roman Kryklia can’t possibly be thinking about this fight. On Wednesday, Russia invaded Kryklia’s home nation, the Ukraine. But Kryklia hasn’t lost since 2018. 

Still, Murat Aygun is a worthy opponent. Asking Kryklia to worry about his homeland while trying to beat such a tough fighter, one with a 17-1 record, might be asking too much. 

MMA Pick: Murat Aygun 

Reiner De Ridder vs Kiamrian Abbasov | Middleweight World Championship

De Ridder versus Abbasov should be a fantastic bout. Both are worthy of calling themselves champion. 

De Ridder has a 14-0 record. Abbasov has won 23 and lost just 4. De Ridder has won 3 via knockout and 9 via submission. Abbasov has knocked out 11 of his opponents and submitted 4.

Abbasov has also won 8 via decision. So the key is whether De Ridder can get this bout to the ground. If he can, forget it, the Dutch fighter gets it done. The fact De Ridder is undefeated means it will be a matter of time before he controls the bout from the mat. Reiner De Ridder is the play.   

MMA Pick: Reiner De Ridder

 
 

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