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    The UFC is coming to”The City of Brotherly Love” and a few fights have been announced for the function. Those struggles, and a few other newly-revealed UFC bouts in the MMA odds and ends.
    Polyana Viana vs. Hannah Cifer, UFC 235
    Strawweights Polyana Viana and Hannah Cifers will meet UFC 235, taking place March 2 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. ESPN broke the information. Viana (10-2) is 1-1 so much in the UFC and was recently in the information after quitting an attempted robbery. Cifers (8-3) is 0-1 so far in the UFC but put up a spirited attempt against Maycee Barber. Depending on the hype, I’d anticipate Viana to be preferred here, however I would not sleep on Cifers.
    Tim Boetsch vs. Omari Akhmedov, UFC Fight Night 146
    A middleweight bout between Tim Boetsch and Omari Akhmedov is place for UFC Fight Night 146, occurring March 9 in Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas. Boetsch (21-12) is currently 13-11 at the UFC all-time and is coming from a entry loss to Antonio Carlos Junior. Akhmedov (17-4-1) is 5-3-1 in the UFC and many recently fought to a draw against Marvin Vettori. This looks like a fairly competitive fight but I’m expecting most bettors are going to want to fade Boetsch here since they always appear to, leading to Akhmedov being the favored.
    Anthony Rocco Martin vs. Sergio Moraes, UFC Fight Night 146
    A welterweight bout between Anthony Rocco Martin and Sergio Moraes is also set for UFC Fight Night 146. Martin (15-4) is 3-0 since moving up to welterweight and completed Jake Matthews in his last outing. Moraes (14-3-1) is 8-2-1 complete from the UFC and is one of the very underrated welterweights in the division. But he’s also getting up there in age, and at some stage he is likely to slow down. This ought to be a good fight but I lean towards the younger and vastly-improved Martin becoming his hand raised.
    Michelle Waterson vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz, UFC on ESPN two The UFC will return to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 30 in Wells Farco Center with UFC on ESPN 2. The very first fight announced is a women’s strawweight bout between contenders Michelle Waterson and Karolina Kowalkiewicz, which Brett Okamoto revealed. Waterson (16-6) is 4-2 in the UFC and lately defeated Felice Herrig by decision. Kowalkiewicz (12-3) is 5-3 overall from the UFC but was pumped out by Jessica Andrade in her final outing. Tough fight to call here, but given how barbarous Kowalkiewiz was knocked out in her last fight I think bettors will seem to fade her in this place.
    Alexa Grasso vs. Marina Rodriguez, UFC on ESPN 2 Also aded to UFC on ESPN two is a women’s strawweight bout between Alexa Grasso and Marina Rodriguez. Grasso (10-2) is only 2-2 in the UFC and was filed by Tatiana Suarez in her last outing. Rodriguez (10-0-1) fought to a draw with Randa Markos in her UFC debut. While I do believe Grasso is going to be the favorite here because she is more of a commodity that is known, I will take a very long look at Rodriguez. I only feel as Grasso is overrated and we may have the ability to find a good line on Rodriguez here.
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