MMA Odds, Betting Preview and Analysis for the Main Cards

MMA Odds, Betting Preview and Analysis for the Main Cards

Written by on February 20, 2023

If you are looking for some MMA action to watch and wager on this week, you are very much in luck. There are a ton of events coming our way over the next few days, with several different organizations putting on events that you can tune into and hopefully win some money. The weekend ends with another UFC Fight Night, but before we get to that, there are a lot of fights to watch. Let’s quickly break down all the big events coming our way over the next few days.


MMA Events during this week: Don’t miss out on these betting events


ONE Fight Night 7


When: Friday, 24
Where: Lumpini Boxing Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand

Time: 8 PM EST

There are 7 fights to be found on the main card in this one, which, as is generally the case with ONE< features a mx of different fight styles, including Muay Thai and kickboxing, as well as MMA. There are a couple of title fights at the top of the card, starting with a battle for the Lightweight Muay Thai Championship. The headliner at this event is a Featherweight Championship bout between John Lineker and Fabricio de Andrade.


PFL Challenger Series Week 5


When: Friday, 24
Where: Orlando, Florida, United States

Time: 9 PM EST
Streaming: fuboTV

In the PFL Challenger Series, we see a different weight class get a chance every week. Friday night will see the Women’s Flyweight bouts, with each of the 8 fighters on the 4-fight main card looking to win a spot in the main PFL event later in the year. This is one of the first steps on a potential path to the UFC, so these fights are big. Chelsea Hackett and Desiree Yanez will square off in the main event in this one.


Bellator 291


When: Saturday, 25
Where: 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

Time: 11:30 AM EST
Streaming: Showtime

It’s an early start on Saturday, which is good news, as there are a ton of fights to cram in over the course of the day. It all begins with Bellator 291 and a main card that is home to 5 fights, all of which look very competitive. It is the main event that is that star of the show in this one, though, as we have a title fight to close out this event. It will be Yaroslav Amosov and Logan Storley battling it out for the Bellator Welterweight Championship.


KSW 79


When: Saturday, 25
Where: Home Credit Arena, Liberec, Czech Republic

Time: 1 PM EST
Streaming: Internet PPV

This is one of the busiest main cards on tap this week, as we have 7 fights set to go on the main card. This one is a great mix of up-and-coming fighters and established veterans, so there is a little something for everyone in this event. That said, it will be the main event that gets the majority of the attention, as we have a Heavyweight Championship bout closing things out, with Phil de Fries and Todd Duffee set to square off.


UFC Fight Night


When: Saturday, 25
Where: FC Apex, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Time: 4 PM EST
Streaming: ESPN+

As is always the case with the Fight Night events in the UFC, there are no title fights at this event, but we do have a stacked 6-fight main card to look forward to. A lot of these bouts are about improving rankings and moving closer to a title shot. This is especially true in the headline bout, where we have a couple of Light Heavyweights ranked in the top 10 set to square off. That would be Nikita Krylov going against Ryan Spann.

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