LFA 133 Stack vs Delano Betting Odds, Analysis & Predictions

LFA 133: Stack vs Delano Betting Odds, Analysis & Predictions

On Friday night, Legacy Fighting Alliance featherweight champion Michael Stack takes on Jose Delano in the main event at LFA 133. Other bouts on the main card include Jeremiah Curtright throwing down against Ryan Charlebois, and Trey Waters stepping into the cage versus Benjamin Bennett. Check out LFA Betting Odds, analysis, and free picks for the five bouts on the LFA 133 main card.  

MMA Betting Preview for LFA 133: Stack vs Delano

LFA 133 Event Info

  • When: Friday, June 3 at 10:00 pm ET
  • Where: Magness Arena, Denver, CO
  • TV / Streaming: UFC Fight Pass
  • Enclosure: Cage

Jeremiah Curtright +250 vs Ryan Charlebois -350

Don’t let Curtright’s 4-3 record full you. Even though he lost his last bout to Sarek Shields, Curtright had won 4 of his previous mixed-martial-arts bouts. If we count the boxing match win against Ricky Hicks in March, 2021, Curtright is has won 5-of-6.

Ryan Charlebois is 3-0. Charlebois has won all 3 of his mixed-martial arts fights. His amateur MMA record includes 6 wins. The chalk has a decent ground game, which makes Charlebois the one to back. 

LFA Pick: Ryan Charlebois  

Trevor Wallace +535 vs Ben Tynan -860

4-1 Trevor Wallace is a straight up striker. Wallace has won 3-of-4 via punches. He also struck his way to a victory in his first bout, a win over Anthony Daugherty. 

The whelming chalk has a 1-0 pro MMA record. But Ben Tynan fought 8 times as an amateur and won all 8 bouts. Tynan has a massive edge when this fight goes to the ground. Wallace want’s to fight standing up, but Ben can beat him in the stand up as well. The favorite wins.  

LFA Pick: Ben Tynan  

Trey Waters +335 vs Benjamin Bennett -435 

Underdog Trey Waters is 5-0 because he’s got a terrific ground game. Waters won his first pro debut versus Ramon Butts via guillotine choke. 

Waters beat Sedric Johnson via rear naked choke. In his last bout, the undefeated underdog bested Elias Ramirez via guillotine choke. 

Benjamin Bennett is just 3-0 record. The favorite, though, had a long amateur career. Still the odds make the dog more than playable.  

LFA Pick: Trey Waters  

Bahatebole Batebolati +255 vs Haris Talundzic -315    

The favorite in this is 4-0. Talundzic also had a fantastic amateur career. After losing his first bout, Talundzic picked it up big time, winning 8 amateur fights in a row.

Batebolati has a 6-0-1 record. The draw happened versus Shuwei Sun. In the rematch versus Sun, Batebolati did enough for the unanimous decision. Then in his last bout, the underdog in this forced Mohsen Hassanvand’s corner to throw in the towel.

Talundzic deserves the favorite moniker. But Batebolati is a solid fighter. He can pull off the upset win.   

LFA Pick: Bahatebole Batebolati  

Michael Stack +105 vs Jose Delano -135

The lone blemish on Michael Stack’s 7-1 record is a unanimous decision loss to Kai Kamaka in 2020. Since then, Stack has won 3 straight, including beating Caio Gregorio via unanimous decision this past February.

But although Stack looks like a solid bet to win, Jose Delano hasn’t lost since 2015. The favorite is 10-2 overall. Delano can beat his opponents a couple of different ways, either through strikes or with his terrific Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills. The favorite is the play.  

LFA Pick: Jose Delano -135 


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