It’s off to Vegas we go for another UFC Fight Night, with this one set to begin at 5:30 PM EST. As is the case with the Fight Night events, there are no title fights on the main card, but we do have 6 very impressive bouts, including an intriguing rematch sitting as the headline bout. All told, there are 6 fights on the main card, and we have you covered on all of them. Let’s take a closer look at the matchups, with UFC Betting and predictions for each.
MMA Betting Preview for UFC Fight Night: Luque vs Muhammad 2
Mounir Lazzez (-200) Vs Ange Loosa (+160)
We get the evening rolling with a Flyweight bout between a pair of fighters trying to establish themselves in the UFC. Lazzez is 10-2 overall, but just 1-1 under the UFC banner, with that loss coming last time out. Loosa is 8-2 and fighting at this level for the first time, so a lot of pressure on him here. I like Lazzez to outlast his opponent on his way to a decision win.
Pat Sabatini (-540) Vs TJ Laramie (+390)
It’s the Featherweights up next, with both of the fighters involved in this one coming in on a solid run of form. Sabatini is the winner of 5 in a row, including his first 3 fight with the UFC. Laramie is coming off a loss last time out, but he is still a very respectable 12-4 in his pro career, although that loss did come at this level. I like Sabatini for the submission win.
Mary Bueno Silva (-500) Vs Yanan Wu (+350)
We have the ladies in the octagon next for a Bantamweight bout, with neither of these fighters in very good form. Silva is 7-2-1 overall, but she has gone 1-2-1 in her last 4 fights. Things have been even worse for Wu, who comes into this one having lost 2 in a row and 3 of her last 4. Poor form or not, someone has to win, and I think it will be Silva.
Andre Fialho (+140) Vs Miguel Baeza (-170)
The previous two fights have the potential to be lopsided, but this Welterweight bout looks to be a good deal more evenly matched. Fialho comes in with a 14-4 record, with a loss his last time out snapping a 4-fight win streak. Baeza has more UFC experience than his opponent, but it has not gone well of late, with losses in his last 2. I think he bounces back with a win here.
Caio Borralho (+100) Vs Gadzhi Omargadzhiev (-130)
The co-main event of the night is a Middleweight bout between a pair of fighters who have just 1 combined loss between them. Borralho comes into the UFC with a 10-1 career mark and a 9-fight win streak under his belt. This is also the first appearance in the UFC for Omargadzhiev, who is a perfect 13-0. I like this one to go the distance, with Omargadzhiev getting the win, so look at those MMA odds.
Vicente Luque (-180) Vs Belal Muhammad (+150)
We close out the night with a great Welterweight bout and a rematch from a fight that took place back in 2016. It was Luque who won the first meeting with an opening round KO. He has won 4 in a row ahead of this one. Muhammad is an impressive 20-3 and has won 6 in a row, with an NC also in that stretch. I think this one lasts longer, but I like Luque for the KO win.