UFC Fight Pass members might well want to circle the calendar for Friday night, as there is a great looking event starting at 9 PM EST. LFA 115 has a main card, with no less than 7 fights lined up for this one, including a title fight as the headliner. That’s a lot of action to cover, so let’s get to the previews and predictions for each fight so you can place your bets against their LFA odds.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 115: Silveira Vs Cummins
Ronald Dunlap Vs Ryot Waller
We get the ball rolling with a Middleweight bout that looks to be little more than a warm-up type of fight for one of these men. That would be Dunlap, who has breezed through his first 2 pro fights with relative ease. It should be more of the same here against Waller, who is 3-6 and loser of 4 of his last 5. Let’s take Dunlap for the KO win.
Edwin Cooper Jr. Vs Andrew D. Johnson
Next up we have a Featherweight bout between a pair of fighters still early in their pro careers. Cooper is 4-1 thus far and comes into this one on a 2-fight win streak. Johnson is unbeaten at 2-0-1, with most of his fights going the distance or close to it. Tough one to call, but I am going to take Johnson for the KO win.
Kathryn Paprocki Vs Hilarie Rose
The ladies are up next for a Strawweight bout, with both fighters looking to get back to winning ways. Parocki has already started clawing back after her first pro defeat, winning last time out to go to 3-1. Rose is in a tougher run of form after losing 2 of her last 3, so she really needs this one. I think she will be out of luck, as I like Paprocki to get the decision.
Bryan Bautista Vs Mando Gutierrez
A pair of Bantamweights will be the next fighters into the octagon, with both looking at strong starts to life as a pro. Bautista got off to a 1-1 start as a pro, but he has settled down nicely and reeled off 3 straight wins. Gutierrez is 5-1, bouncing back with a win after taking his first loss a couple of fights back. I’m on Gutierrez to win by submission.
Jake Kozorosky Vs Lucas Clay
Next up we have a couple of Lightweights that are on the rise in their respective regions. Kozorosky started out with 3 straight wins before taking his first pro loss, but he has since bounced back with 2 more victories. Clay has won each of his last 3 bouts, taking his record to 7-1 in the process, and I think he improves on that here.
Chad Johnson Vs Jordan Heiderman
The co-main event of the night promises to be a bruiser, as it features a pair of big Heavyweights. Johnson is 6-2, but has been slipping of late, with his 2 losses coming in his last 3 fights. He will go against Heiderman, who has yet to lose through the first 4 fights of his pro career. I think Heiderman stays perfect with the KO win.
Josh Silveira Vs Tee Cummins
The headline event of the night will see one of these men walk away with the vacant LFA Light Heavyweight Championship belt. Silveira is a perfect 5-0 to start his career and has yet to go the distance. It has been much the same story for Cummins, who is 4-0, with 3 of his wins coming quickly. I’m taking Silveira to win the belt.