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Postado em 13 de agosto, 2019
Former lightweight winner Frankie Edgar (22-5, 7 KOs, 4 SUBs) will fulfill undefeated Brian Ortega (13-0, two KOs, 7 SUBs) in UFC 222 on Saturday, March 3, 2018 in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card airs live on pay-per-view starting 10 p.m. ET after the FS1 prelims. Bet on the latest UFC odds at BookMaker.eu and find the latest previews, predictions and picks now.
God bless Frankie Edgar. Rather than sitting on the sidelines and waiting patiently for his title shot against Max Holloway – that was probably what 99% of fighters could have done – the former lightweight champ is electing to remain with this Saturday’s UFC 222 card at vegas. Not only is he risking his guaranteed title shot, he’s meeting arguably the hottest fighter in the division, the undefeated Brian Ortega.
Cruising the messageboards, I’ve seen a great deal of fan love for Edgar for being a”real” fighter. It’s difficult not to agree, particularly once you’ve got guys like Tyron Woodley who sat out for a year and a half to receive his chance at the strap. Let’s not forget just how much more a fighter stands to make not only in a title fight, but also in sponsorship opportunities as the champion. However, Edgar has always been a competitor, and in his words, he”was sick of not fighting”.
So we’ve got one of the branch’s most seasoned scrappers meeting one of it’s most dangerous BJJ players. How should you bet this battle? Let’s take a peek at the UFC odds at BookMaker.eu, break down the matchup and go over your best betting options.
UFC Odds at BookMaker.eu
Brian Ortega +170
Frankie Edgar -215
Fight goes/doesn’t move to conclusion -230/+170
Edgar started as greater than a 2-1 favorite, and his money lineup has hovered around the -200 into -215 range. Ortega can be located anywhere from +150 to +170. Oddsmakers are giving Edgar a whole lot of respect, despite Ortega stealing the show with a beastly win over Cub Swanson in his final outing.
I’d expect a flood of late night bets on Ortega, as his potential is too tantalizing to ignore. It is impossible to not think you’re taking a look at a future champion when you see him struggle. Although Edgar is by far the best opponent’s he is faced,”The Answer” is also 36 and a bit past his prime.
There is an obvious size difference between the two. Though Edgar is a former lightweight, he is a tiny enough 145er that there’s been rumblings of him falling down to bantamweight. In contrast, Ortega is a huge featherweight who must cut considerable pounds to make the limit. Against Swanson, who’s by no means little, Ortega appeared like he had been in a different weight class.
However, Frankie’s made a career out of beating bigger dudes. His skillset is exceptionally well-rounded, and it begins with elite footwork and wrestling. On the feet, Frankie is in perpetual movement, moving in and out, side to side, into range and slipping out while peppering opponents with head-body punching combinations. The man wouldn’t be out of place inside a squared circle.
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