UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez Vs Lemos Betting Odds, Analysis & Picks

UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez Vs Lemos Betting Odds, Analysis & Picks

At Saturday’s UFC Fight Night, two terrific women fighters throw down in the main event when Marina Rodriguez takes on Amanda Lemos. Rodriguez will enter the Octagon the favorite. Also on the main card, Neil Magny battles Daniel Rodriguez and Chase Sherman takes on Josh Parisian. Check out UFC Odds, analysis, and free picks for the five fights on Saturday’s UFC Fight Night main card.   

MMA Betting Preview for UFC Fight Night: Rodriguez Vs Lemos

UFC Fight Night Rodriguez Vs Lemos Event Info

  • When: Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7:00 pm ET
  • Where: UFC Apex, Las Vegas, NV
  • TV / Streaming: ESPN+

Grant Dawson -220 vs Mark O. Madsen +180

Undefeated Mark O. Madsen is the underdog versus 1-loss Grant Dawson. Madsen has a 12-0 record. 3 of Madsen’s wins came via knockout or technical knockout and 3 came via submission.

Dawson is 18-1-1. The favorite in this has a 2 inches height advantage over Madsen. Dawson is also 12-0 via submission victories. Madsen’s style is wrestling while Dawson’s is Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. A wrestler can hang with a BJJ artist, but Dawson has supreme jiu-jitsu skills. 

UFC Fight Night: Grant Dawson  

Tagir Ulanbekov -210 vs Nate Maness +175 

Based on physical aspects the odds should be reversed. 14-2 Nate Maness has a 72-inch reach and is 5’ 10”. 13-2 Tagir Ulanbekov is 5’ 7” and sports a 70-inch reach.

Both are wrestlers. Maness lost his last bout to undefeated Umar Nurmagomedov via unanimous decision. Ulanbekov fell to Tim Elliott via unanimous decision in his last. 

Maness has a chance. Maness is 5-1 via TKO / KO. If Nate can keep the fight off the mat, he can pull off the upset victory. 

UFC Fight Night: Nate Maness   

Chase Sherman -125 vs Josh Parisian +105

Parisian versus Sherman should be a competitive bout. The slight underdog heads to the Octagon with a 15-5 record. Sherman’s record is 16-10.

Both are 6’ 4”. Parisian has a 1-inch reach advantage. Josh won his last bout via TKO against Alan Baudot. Chase knocked out Jason Vanderaa in his last bout. 

Sherman’s victory broke a 4-match losing streak. The question is does Chase keep it going or will Parisian help put Sherman back onto the loser’s path. Sometimes, it takes a single contest for an MMA fighter to turn it around. Sherman wins his second straight.  

UFC Fight Night: Chase Sherman  

Neil Magny -120 vs Daniel Rodriguez +100

17-2 Daniel Rodriguez hasn’t lost a bout since a a 2020 fight versus Nicolas Dalby. Rodriguez has won 4 straight. He’s got a fantastic 8-0 record in knockout and technical knockout fights. Daniel is 4-0 via submission wins. 

Magny has big time physical advantages. Neil is 2 inches taller than his opponent and has a 6-inch reach advantage. With a 26-10 record, Magny also has the experience edge. But Neil lost his last bout via submission. Rodriguez gets the nod. 

UFC Fight Night: Daniel Rodriguez  

Marina Rodriguez -210 vs Amanda Lemos +175

Underdog Amanda Lemos will bring a 12-2-1 record into the Octagon. Lemos has an excellent 7-1 record via KO/TKO wins. Amanda has a 3-1 record via submission victories. 

Jessica Andrade beat Lemos via submission in April. Since then, Amanda has gotten back on track with a submission win against Michelle Waterson-Gomez. 

Chalk Marina Rodriguez is on a 4-match winning streak. The favorite hasn’t lost since a 2020 bout versus Carla Esparza. Lemos will give it her all but it won’t be enough to beat Rodriguez. 

UFC Fight Night: Marina Rodriguez

 
 

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