Tuesday is almost upon us, which means that it’s time for the next round of fights in Dana White’s Contender Series. If you are new to these events, these fights can best be described as a showcase for White, who is always on the lookout for new fighters to add to the UFC roster. Since getting to the UFC is basically what all MMA fighters are looking to do, these bouts take on an extra level of importance. This Tuesday night, we have 5 fights on the card, with all the action starting at 8 PM EST on ESPN+. This is going to be a better level of fighting than you might expect, so we think you should tune in. We are going to do our part by hopefully delivering some winning MMA Betting predictions, so let’s get right to it.
MMA Betting Picks and Preview for Dana White’s Contender Series: Season 6, Week 6
Alex Morgan Vs Blake Bilder
We get the night started with a Featherweight bout between a pair of fighters with very decent pro records. Morgan comes in with an 11-4 record and has won each of his last 2 fights, as well as 4 of his last 5. Bilder comes into this fight with an unbeaten record, going 6-0-1 in his first 7 fights as a pro. As good as Bilder has been, I think this will be his toughest fight yet, and I like Morgan to get the KP win.
Viktoriya Dudakova Vs Maria Silva
The women are up next for a Strawweight bout, and one of these fighters is going to lose their unbeaten record. Dudakova is 5-0 and has looked very good as a pro, with all 5 of those victories coming inside the distance. Silva is a very impressive 8-0, with the majority of her wins also coming inside the distance. I think we see this one go the distance, though, with Dudakova getting the decision.
Rodrigo Lido Vs Mateusz Rebecki
We have a couple of Lightweight’s stepping into the octagon next for what looks to be a very good matchup indeed. Lido has an impressive 12-2 record and comes into this bout having won each of his last 4 fights. That’s good, but he is going to have a tough time against Rebecki, who is 15-1 overall and winner of 12 in a row. This should be a very good battle, but I think it will be Rebecki who gets the KO win.
Matej Penaz Vs Sedriques Dumas
The penultimate fight of the night is a Light Heavyweight bout between a pair of fighters who come in with unbeaten records. Penaz comes in with a perfect 6-0 record and he has won each and every one of those fights inside the distance. Dumas is also 6-0, and he too has never had to go the distance in any of those bouts. I don’t see this one going all the way and I like Penaz to get the KO win.
Yusaka Kinoshita Vs Jose Henrique
All those bouts bring us to the main event of the night, which is a Welterweight bout between a pair of fighters who don’t have a ton of experience. Kinoshita started life as a pro by winning his first 4, after which he lost and bounced back with another win. No such issues for Henrique, who comes into this bout with a perfect 5-0 career mark. I think he might be on to his first loss here, as I like Kinoshita for the KO win.