The third UFC card in seven days and this never gets old. This card has some sleeper potential with a lot of young fighters. Rodrigo Nascimento, Dan Ige, Anthony Hernandez, and Marlon Vera all stand out. There’s a lot of fights with close lines, tipping us off to what should be a really competitive night. You may not recognize all the names but we are in for a good one.
Two UFC cards in five days? Sign me up. Dana White has gone all out and managed to land a card for a Wednesday ESPN+ event that looks to be stacked with recognizable talent. Much like UFC 249, this event will take place in Jacksonville, Florida at the Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena. This card is headlined by legendary light heavyweight Glover Teixeira and recent title contender, Anthony Smith. I expect complete chaos throughout the card, shedding more positive light on the UFC as they continue to pump out entertainment.
Finally! We get an actual sporting event that you can bet on. At this point, I’m sure people are just excited to watch live sports action. These bouts will take place at Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. Dana White really spruced this card up with high-level talent. I think there are some really good underdog spots to attack from a sports betting angle. As always, there’s definitely value to be had within the fight props. Let’s get this UFC 249 preview started.
You may be used to seeing my name on NFL articles, but I might actually be a bigger UFC fan, believe it or not! I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to write a little bit about what a stacked card UFC 244 was. Without further adieu, let’s look at some winners and losers from Madison Square Garden’s massive card Saturday night.
UFC 237 will take place tonight on ESPN+ live from the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This fight card will be the first time in UFC history that the smallest weight division (Women’s Strawweight) will headline a PPV fight. The current champion, Rose Namajunas will look to defend her belt against Jessica Andrade.