It’s another huge weekend for MMA fans, with a ton of different events all set to go over the next few days. We are going to do out best to cover all the action, so let’s get things rolling with the ONE Championship Winter Warriors II event, which is set to go on Friday morning at 8:30 AM EST. There are 6 fights on the main card, all of which can be seen by tuning in to YouTube. Let’s go ahead and break down all the fights on the main card so you can place your bets against the ONE Championship odds.
MMA Betting Picks for ONE Championship: Winter Warriors II
Jhanlo Mark Sangiao Vs Paul Lumihi
The main card begins with a Featherweight bout featuring a pair of fighters heading in opposite directions. Sangiao is still very early in his pro career and has been perfect to this point, winning his first 3 fights. Lumihi is 7-5, but he is having a tough time of it, as he has now lost 4 in a row. I think Sangiao piles on the misery with a submission win.
Stephen Loman Vs Yusup Saadulaev
Both fighters in this Featherweight bout come into this fight on a very good run of form. Loman is 14-2 and has gone unbeaten since 2016, a run that has seen him win 8 consecutive fights. Saadulaev has win 3 in a row, but he has had to go the distance to get the win in each of those bouts. I think this one goes all the way, with Loman getting the decision.
Zebaztian Kadestam Vs Murad Ramazanov
This Middleweight bout looks like one that has been put together to help one of these fighters. Kadestam is 12-6, but he has been on a poor run of late, losing each of his last 2 fights. There have been no such issues with Ramazanov, as he has won each of his 10 professional fights. I like Ramazanov to extend his unbeaten streak with a win here.
Vitaly Bigdash Vs Rong Fan
This one is a Light Heavyweight bout that appears to be very evenly matched. Bigdash comes into this bout with a 10-2 record, although both of those losses came in his last 3 fights. Fan is 14-2 and is the #1 ranked Light Heavyweight in China. He has win 4 of his last 5 fights. I am on Bigdash here to get the submission win.
Kevin Belingon Vs Won II Kwon
The co-main event of the night is a Featherweight bout that features a fighter looking to snap out of a losing streak. That would be Belignon, who comes into this one having lost each of his last 3 fights. Kwon is 10-3, and while he has lost a couple of fights in his last 5, he has won 2 in a row. I like Kwon to get the win via KO in this one.
Danny Kingad Vs Kairat Akhmetov
The headline event is a Bantamweight bout between a pair of fighters with a ton of experience. Kingad is 14-2 and is on a run of form that has seen him win 4 of his last 5 fights. Akhmetov has an impressive 27-2 career mark and comes into this bout on a 3-fight win streak. I like this one to go the distance, with Akhmetov getting the decision.