UFC Vegas 15: Blaydes vs Lewis Betting Odds and Predictions

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UFC is back with another stacked fight card this weekend in the form of UFC Vegas 15. It will feature the big boys of the division. The card is headlined by former title challenger Derrick Lewis and top contender Curtis Blaydes.

The fight is set to take place at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. This fight could have title implications as both fighters are coming off of wins and are ranked highly in the heavyweight division.

In the co-main event, former UFC light heavyweight title challenger Anthony Smith takes on Devin Clark. This is an important fight for Smith who has lost two of his last fights against Alexander Rakic and Glover Teixeira.

The MMA India Show brings you another series of “The Prediction”, where, I, Jay Rock, analyse the upcoming fight cards and giving my predictions, analysis, betting tips.

For the last fight card, I went 1-3, improving my overall record to 68-23 in the last eight cards. Check out my previous predictions here.


Heavyweight: Curtis Blaydes (1.28) vs Derrick Lewis (3.60)

Jay Rock’s Money Line prediction: Curtis Blaydes wins outright.

Props: Curtis Blaydes wins via stoppage (KO/TKO/SUB)

Light Heavyweight: Anthony Smith (1.72) vs Devin Clark (2.10)

Jay Rock’s Money Line prediction: Anthony Smith wins outright.

Props: Anthony Smith wins via decision.

Heavyweight: Parker Porter (2.62) vs Josh Parisian (1.50)

Jay Rock’s Money Line prediction: Josh Parisian wins outright.

Props: Josh Parisian wins via decision.

Welterweight: Miguel Baeza (1.61) vs Takashi Sato (2.30)

Jay Rock’s Money Line prediction: Miguel Baeza wins outright.

Props: Miguel Baeza wins via stoppage (KO/TKO/Sub).

Featherweight: Spike Carlyle (1.61) vs Bill Algeo (2.30)

Jay Rock’s Money Line prediction: Spike Carlyle wins outright.

Props: Spike Carlyle wins via stoppage (KO/TKO/SUB).



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