The UFC returns to Australia Using UFC 221, headlined by an interim-title showdown between Yoel Romero and middleweights Luke Rockhold.

The event comes with a heavyweight tilt between New Zealander Mark Hunt and Curtis Blaydes.
The Best Bets for UFC Fight Night 125 of last week went 2-1. (The John Dodson scrap was canceled.) That pushes our general record to 18-11, however we lost a bit of money last week, decreasing our entire profit down to $66.33. (Maybe I need to return and read my 6 Tips for Successful MMA Betting?)
Time to get back to our ways that are profitable with the best bets for UFC 221.
Jussier Formiga (20-5) can grapple and has among the best back matches in the business. He’s an absolute leech when he gets his pins. But even though Formiga has a much better body of work contrary to some world-class men in the division, it’s hard to bet against rising star Ben Nguyen (16-6).
„Ben 10“ has improved certain aspects of his game, such as scrambling and takedown defense, to be able to keep his struggles standing. Why? Because if his struggles stay vertical, he’ll knock off his opponent’s head. He’s a prospective title contender who UFC loss came in what was a slobber-knocker of a struggle to Louis Smolka.
This +100 moneyline for Nguyen at BetOnline is a wonderful round number.

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