Some of the biggest division’s biggest lads take center stage this weekend (Sat., Feb. 20, 2021) when Heavyweight contenders Curtis Blaydes and Derrick Lewis duke it out for a spot in title contention in the main event of UFC Vegas 19, which takes place inside UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. Also on tap is a clash of ranked women’s Bantamweight contenders in Ketlen Vieira and Yana Kunitskaya, plus another Heavyweight tussle pitting rising finisher Chris Daukaus against veteran submission ace Aleksei Oleinik.
The weather outside is frightful, but profit is so delightful. Let’s scoop up some more …
What Went Wrong at UFC 258?
Before the event? Bobby Green’s and Miranda Maverick’s fights fell through (details here and here). During the event? Nothing! Belal Muhammad was dominant as expected, and though Gabe Green and Chris Gutierrez had me worried, they ultimately emerged victorious for a second consecutive profitable event.
UFC Vegas 19 Odds For The Under Card:
Rafael Alves (-190) vs. Pat Sabatini (+165)
Danny Chavez (-145) vs. Jared Gordon (+125)
Drakkar Klose (-175) vs. Luis Pena (+155)
John Castaneda (-125) vs. Eddie Wineland (+105)
Julian Erosa (-125) vs. Nate Landwehr (-105)
Casey O’Neill (-145) vs. Shana Dobson (+125)
Jamall Emmers (-240) vs. Chas Skelly (+200)
Drako Rodriguez (-175) vs. Aiemann Zahabi (+155)
Serghei Spivac (-245) vs. Jared Vanderaa (+205)
Thoughts: Casey O’Neill is the star of the show this week, though Drakkar Klose, Nate Landwehr and Jared Vanderaa are tempting investments as well.
From where I’m sitting,