It’s almost time to put your UFC Fight Pass subscription to good use again, as you can watch LFA 141 on Friday night, with the main card set to begin at 10 PM EST. There is a total of 5 fights set to go on this card, some of which are going to be tougher to predict than others given that we have a lot of inexperienced fighters set to try and make their mark at this event. While that certainly makes things tougher from a handicapping perspective, we are still going to go all out to see if we can come up with some winners for this one. Let’s jump right into the LFA 141 main card and try our luck so you can get ready to bet against their LFA Odds.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 141: Talundžić Vs Brown
Ben Tynan Vs Lance Lee
We get the night started with a Heavyweight bout, which falls into the category we discussed above. Tynan comes into this bout with just 2 pro fights under his belt, but he did come away with wins in both and in the opening round in each of them. Lee is making the jump to pro fighting after an amateur career that was far from impressive. This should be another one that Tynan gets over with rather quickly.
Bryce Meredith Vs Nathan Fought
It’s a very similar story with the 2nd fight on the main card, which is a Bantamweight duel. Meredith has had a pair of pro fights and has very much looked the part, winning both without needing to go the distance. Fought is making the step up to life as a pro with this fight after a very solid run as an amateur, where he won 6 in a row. It’s a tough step up, though, and I like Meredith for the win.
Kathryn Paprocki Vs Kelsey Arnesen
The ladies are next to step into the octagon for an evenly matched Strawweight bout. Paprocki has been a little bit up and down as a pro, going 3-2 overall but coming into this one having lost 2 of her last 3. Arnesen has just 3 fights as a pro and has yet to show her best, going 1-2 over those 3 bouts. I think we are looking at a bout set to go the distance, with Paprocki getting the decision.
Jess Martinez Vs Soslan Abanokov
The penultimate fight of the night sees a pair of Featherweights step into the octagon, with one of these men looking to maintain a perfect record. That would be Martinez, who comes into this bout sitting at 6-0, although he did need to go all the way in half of those wins. Abanokov has been a little more unpredictable, going 6-4-1 to this point in his career. I like Martinez to keep his streak alive, but he may need to go the distance to do so.
Haris Talundzic Vs Chris Brown
We close things out with the main event of the night, which is a very good looking Welterweight bout. Talundzic comes in with a very respectable 5-0 record as a pro, winning in a variety of different ways during that run. Brown returns to the LFA after a losing stint in the Challengers Series, bringing an 8-4 career mark with him. This should be a good one, but I like Talundzic to outlast Brown for the win.