Titan FC 69: Taylor Vs Matos Odds & Picks - MMA Betting

Titan FC 69: Taylor Vs Matos Odds & Picks – MMA Betting

Written by on May 12, 2021

There is a lot going on in the world of MMA this weekend, with a couple of different events available on UFC Fight Pass this Friday. Titan FC 60 starts at 6 PM EST and has a loaded main card that includes a pair of title fights. Let’s quickly break down all 7 bouts set for that main card, with predictions for each so you can bet against their Titan FC odds.

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Juan Marcos Sant Jusca Vs Elias Santos

We get started with a Lightweight bout featuring a pair of fighters in need of a win. Sant Jusca is 7-4 overall, but he is also on a run that has seen him lose 2 of his last 3 fights, including a loss to Santos last time out. That win for Santos was just the 2nd of his pro career, taking him to 2-3. I think Sant Jusca gets revenge here and the KO win.

Dean Barry Vs Reynaldo Acevedo

This Catchweight bout looks to be one of the more intriguing fights on the main card. Barry is still early in his pro career, coming into this one with a 3-1 mark. Acevedo is 7-2 and has reeled off 4 wins in his last 5 fights. You would immediately look at Acevedo as the potential winner here, but I think Barry comes away with the KO win.

Oscar Sosa Vs Steven Berbin

The Light Heavyweights are up next for a Light Heavyweight bout that looks to be rather one-sided. Sosa is 13-2 and has made a habit of getting in and out of fights inside the opening couple of rounds. On the flipside, Berbin has struggled in the early part of his career, going 2-2-1. I would not be stunned to see Sosa winning in Round 1.

Devon Dixon Vs Oscar Diaz

It’s the Welterweights up next, with both of these fighters still looking to establish themselves as pros. Dixon has certainly made a decent enough start, winning each of his first 2 fights, both in the opening round. It has been more of a struggle for Diaz, who is 2-2 through his first 4 bouts. This should be another win for Dixon.

Lucas Marte Vs Jhonasky Sojo

Next up is a fight that will see the winner take the Fighting Force Grand Prix Lightweight Title. Marte is 6-1 and has won the majority of his fights in the early rounds, while Sojo comes in with an 11-3 record. It is worth noting that those 3 losses have come in his last 6 fights. That worries me a little, which is why I am on Marte to win.

Rami Hamed Vs Warren Smith

The penultimate fight of the night is a Welterweight bout that unfortunately looks to be ridiculously one-sides. Hamed comes into this bout with a 9-3 record and some quick wins under his belt. This one might possibly be his fastest yet, though, as he is going against a fighter with a poor overall record of 7-11. I don’t see this one getting past the opening round.

Dilano Taylor Vs Carlos Matos

We close the night out with a pair of fighters looking to get their hands on the vacant Titan FC Welterweight Title. Taylor comes in with a 5-1 record and on a solid run that has seen him win each of his last 4 fights. He will have a tough one, though, as Matos is sitting with a perfect 8-0 career mark. This should be a great fight, but I have Matos by KO.