When it comes to MMA events over the next few days, we have to say that you are somewhat spoiled for choice. For those of you who subscribe to UFC Fight Pass, you have a good one to look forward to on Friday night, starting at 9 PM EST. LFA 145 is the event in question and is home to a main card that will have 5 very good bouts. There are no title fights to be found in this one, but like we said, there is something to look forward to in every one of these matches. We are now going to take a moment to quickly break down all 5 fights on the LFA 145 main card, with LFA Betting predictions for each, so let’s get to it.
MMA Betting Preview for LFA 145: Assis Vs Murray
Scott Writz Vs Craig Fruth
We get the main card rolling with a Welterweight bout between a pair of fighters in very good form. At 9-5 as a pro, Writz has been a little up and down, but you do have to say that he appears to have found his feet of late, winning each of his last 3 fights, all in the opening round. This will be the first LFA appearance for Fruth, who comes into this one having won 4 of his last 5 fights. Writz seems a little too strong to me, so I am taking him for the KO win.
Kegan Gennrich Vs Jake Kozorosky
Next up is a Lightweight bout between a pair of fighters who are still looking to build experience as pros. Gennrich is 4-2 overall, and while he saw fights finish early at the start of his pro career, his last 3 have gone the distance. Kozorosky has hit a little bump in the road, going 2-2 in his last 4 to see his record fall to 5-2. I think he may see his record get even worse, as I like Gennrich for the decision win.
Tyus White Vs Miguel Sanson
Next up is a Flyweight bout that features a fighter trying to maintain a perfect record. That would be Sanson, who is a perfect 3-0 in the early part of his career. After going the distance in his first 2 fights, he ended the last one in the opening round. Not so sure he will have it that easy against White, who is 5-1 overall and in the habit of winning quickly. I think Sanson will keep his perfect record alive with a KO win.
Olivia Beeskau Vs Jena Bishop
The women will step into the octagon for the co-main event of the night in the Flyweight division. Beeskau has had just 2 fights as a pro, going 1-1 after taking a decision loss last time out. No such issues for Bishop, who comes into this bout with a perfect 3-0 record, all of which came under the LFA banner. I don’t see this one lasting very long, as I think Bishop gets the early submission win.
Bruno Assis Vs Jesse Murray
We have an interesting Light Heavyweight bout in as the main event of the evening. Assis comes into this one sporting a 12-6 record. He is coming off a loss last time out, a defeat that snapped a modest 3-fight win streak. Murray is 9-4 overall and winner of 4 of his last 5 fights, so not a pushover by any stretch of the imagination. That said, I still believe it will be Assis who comes away with the win.