Titan FC 68 Expert Analysis - MMA Betting

Titan FC 68 Expert Analysis – MMA Betting

Written by on March 25, 2021

If you are open to staying up late on Thursday night, then take advantage of your UFC Fight Pass subscription and watch Titan FC 68. This event is coming out of Miami and starts at Midnight, but while it’s a bit of a late start, the main card is one worth waiting up for. There are 6 fights in all on the main card, which includes a pair of title fights to round out the evening. It doesn’t get much better than that, so let’s jump right into the bouts to see if we can predict some winners for you to bet on against their MMA odds.

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Richie Lewis Vs Danny Vega

This Lightweight bout might well be the toughest one to predict on the main card, simply because we haven’t really seen enough of either fighter. This will be the first pro fight for Lewis, who made his name as a U-23 wrestling champion. For Vega, this fight is all about trying to build some momentum. He finally got the first win of his career after getting started with back-to-back losses. I am on Lewis to get his pro career off to a winning start.

Gustavo Vilamill Vs Jason Eastman

It’s the Flyweights up next in what looks to be a fight that might well be over before it has a chance to get started. Vilamill has made a fantastic start to his pro career, winning all 3 of his fights to this point. He has yet to go beyond the 2nd round in those wins. For Eastman, consistency has proven to be an issue, as he comes into this fight sporting a 5-3 record after going 3-0 to start his career. I think this is another quick win for Vilamill.

Shane O’Shea Vs Markus Perez

Next up we have a Middleweight bout featuring a pair of fighters very much moving in opposite directions in their careers. After getting of to a 1-1 start in his pro career, O’Shea has begun to put things together and comes into this one on a 3-fight win streak. Perez is on a major skid at the moment, as he has now lost 3 straight fights and 4 of his last 5. Despite the recent form, this looks like a fight Perez should win, but the upset alert may be on.

Ryan Kuse Vs Damian Attie

This Bantamweight bout is another tough one to predict, as it features a pair of fighters just getting started as pros. What we do know is that one of them will lose their unbeaten record. Kuse comes in with a 2-0 mark after delivering a pair of overpowering wins. Attie has just 1 in under his belt as a pro and he needed to go the distance in his first fight to get it. Kuse has been dominant in the early going, so I like him to win again.

Wascar Cruz Vs Victor Dias

The co-main event of the evening is a Flyweight Title fight that will see Cruz try to hold onto his belt. Crus is 11-6 in his career and is coming into this one on a modest 2-fight win streak, although he has also won 4 of his last 5. It is the same story for Dias, winning 4 of his last 5 to take his pro career mark to 8-2. This looks to be an evenly matched bout and is tough to call, but I think we might just have a new champion at the end of the night. Dias to win by decision.

Kyle Noblitt Vs Shaun Asher

It’s another title fight to close out the night, only this one is for the vacant Heavyweight title. There are a couple of big men hitting the octagon for what should be a thriller. Noblitt started his pro career with 7 straight wins before losing 2 in a row, although he has bounced back to win his last 2 fights. Asher is also coming into this fight on the back of winning 2 in a row, taking his pro mark to 13-3-1 in the process. This should be a good fight that might well go the distance, with Noblitt getting the W.