Rizin Fighting Federation: RIZIN 33 Betting Analysis

Rizin Fighting Federation: RIZIN 33 Betting Analysis

For fight fans looking to get the weekend started early, Rizin FF is here to help. They have a huge event set to go on Thursday night, starting at 11:30 PM EST. There are a total of 15 fights on the main card, although some are amateur bouts, as well as kickboxing and custom rules bouts. We are going to focus on the bigger fights on the main card, which includes a title fight serving as the headliner of Rizin FF 33. Let’s break down the action so you can bet against their MMA odds.

MMA Betting Preview for Rizin FF 33

Shoma Shibisai Vs Hideki Sekine

Let’s start our preview with a Heavyweight bout that promises to be a bruising affair. Shibisai comes in with a 7-3 record and a winning streak that spans his last 3 fights, all of which finished inside the distance. Sekine has won his last 2 fights to get to 10-5 on his career, with the vast majority of his fights failing to go all the way. I like Shibisai to get this one via decision.

Koji Takeda Vs Noah Bey

We have a Lightweight bout up next and its experience versus a relative newcomer. Takeda comes into this bout with a 12-2 career mark, which has him ranked #2 in Japan. He is, though, looking to bounce back after a loss last time out. Bey is new to the professional fight game and has gone 1-1 through his opening 2 fights.

Ayaka Hamasaki Vs Seika Izawa

The women are next into the octagon for an Atomweight bout that looks like a very good matchup. Hamasaki has an impressive 23-3 record and has won each of her last 4 fights, with the last 2 going the distance. Izawa is still fairly new to the pro game, but she has looked good, picking up wins in each of her first 4 fights. I am taking Hamasaki by decision.

Rena Kubota Vs Si Woo Park

We have another ladies Atomweight bout coming up next, with each of these fighters heading in different directions. Kubota is 12-3 and comes into this bout having won each of her last 4 fights. That is in stark contrast to Park, who has now lost 2 in a row to fall to 5-4 overall. I see this one as a fairly comfortable win for Kubota.

Yutaka Saito Vs Mikuru Asakura

The co-main event of the evening is a Featherweight bout that has all the makings of a great fight. Saito is an impressive 20-5-2 in his professional career, but he is looking to bounce back after losing last time out. Asakura id 15-3, but he has had some difficulty stringing wins together of late, going 3-2 in his last 5 fights. A close one, but I have Asakura by decision.

Roberto de Souza Vs Yusuke Yachi

The final fight of the night is for the Lightweight title, with de Souza coming in as the defending champion. The champ has a career record of 12-1 and is on a run of 3 straight wins. Yachi is 23-11 and has won 2 in a row after dropping back-to-back bouts. A tough test for the champ, but I think he gets the win via submission.

 
 

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