Choices are always good, and we have a few events to choose from on Friday night. Even if you can’t watch them all, you can still get your wagers on, so we will do out best to cover all the action. For the purposes of this piece, we are going to focus on LFA 153, which is home to a 5-fight main card. There are no title fights in this one, but still 5 very solid looking bouts, with the action set to go at 9 PM EST on Friday night. You can tune into this one via UFC Fight Pass, so let’s see of we can help you pick some winners.
MMA Betting Preview and Picks for LFA 153: Mariscal vs. Faria Main Card
When: Friday, February 10, 2023
Where: The HorseShoe Casino Hammond, Hammond, Indiana
Time: 9 PM ET / 6 PM PT
Streaming: UFC Fight Pass
Rachel Martinez Vs Alandria Brown
We get the evening started with a women’s Strawweight bout and a pair of fighters who don’t have much in the way of pro experience. Martinez has had just 1 pro fight, but she made it look easy, getting the job done in just 4 minutes. It has been more of a challenge for Brown, who comes into this one with a 2-1 record. Not a lot to go on here, but I think Martinez will take it via the KO.
Josh Streacker Vs Ahmad Suhail Hassanzada
Next up is a Lightweight bout, with both of these fighters looking to bounce back after taking a loss last time out. Streacker is sitting at 8-5 overall, but he has been off of late, losing 3 of his last 5 fights. Hassanzada may be coming into this one off a loss, but he does have the better record at 9-2, so he will almost certainly be the favorite here. I like Hassanzada to take this one via submission.
Bahromjon Mashrapov Vs Logan Urban
Next up is a Welterweight bout that promises to be a bot of a brawl, as both of these fighters have some stopping power. Mashrapov has a very respectable 6-2 record and comes in on a 3-fight win streak. Urban is 6-1, while also having a No Contest a couple of fights back, and has made a habit of getting his fights over rather quickly. I like him to keep that run going with the KO win in this one.
Askar Askar Vs Matheus Silva
The co-main event of the night is a good one, but you could argue that both of these fighters need the win in the worst way. Askar has an impressive record of 14-3, but he has seen 2 of those losses coming in his last 5 fights. Silva went 7-0 to start life as a pro before hitting a wall and losing 2 in a row, although he did win last time out. I think we will see this one go the distance, with Askar getting the nod.
Jose Mariscal Vs Guilherme Faria
We close the night out with a Featherweight bout and a pair of fighters who have been a little up and down in their time as a pro. Mariscal is 12-6 overall, and while he has won 2 in a row, those wins came after a 2-fight losing skid. It has been much the same story for Faria, who is 18-9 overall and coming off a pair of wins after losing 2 in a row. Very evenly matched bout, but I have Mariscal winning by decision.
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