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UFC Vegas 55 is chock-full of up and coming prospects. Let's dive into it with three breakdowns.
Holly Holm (-250) vs. Ketlen Vieira (+200)
Holly Holm is 40 years old and is still kicking ass. Holly is a clean, crisp boxer her one knock was her ground game. But over the years she has tremendously improved on the ground. Holm took a little over a year and a half to let the body heal up.
Now, Holly faces off against Ketlen Vieira who is pretty average. Vieira really does not do anything special, she just does enough to win by decision. She's not an excellent striker or grappler, she's just average.
Give me Holly Holm all day here. Hate to call a -250 a hammer play, but might have to bring out the hammer on this one.
Bet: Holly Holm (-250)
Omar Morales (-160) vs. Uros Medic (+140)
Omar Morales is making the trip back up to lightweight after going 1-2 in featherweight. Figured this line would be slightly closer, but not complaining. Let's capitalize on the value of Uros Medic.
No way to put it kindly, Medic had a horrible performance in his last fight against Jalin Turner. However Medic struggled once Turner got him to the ground. Morales is going to look to stand and bang, which will play in Medic's favor.
Medic has real raw power, all 7 of his wins have come by some form of knockout. Still very high on Uros Medic, great opportunity to capitalize on his value!
Bet: Uros Medic (+140)
Jonathan Martinez (-220) vs. Vince Morales (+180)
Feel like I'm being cruel during this betting guide, but Jonathan Martinez vs. Vince Morales is a mismatch. Martinez is on a different level. guess Vegas told you that with the odds, I'm just spelling it out.
Vince Morales has not beaten anyone notable in the UFC. The three guys he has beaten are fighting for their respected roster spots.
That's the entire breakdown, give me Jonathan Martinez all day long!
Bets: Jonathan Martinez (-220)