UFC Fight Night: Walker vs. Hill Betting Guide

UFC Vegas 48 Walker vs Hill Betting Advice

On a heater right now, UFC 271 was another clean sweep. Tweeted out a 5 leg parlay that would have hit, if Blood Diamond won. Oh well, onto whatever is left of UFC Vegas 48. This card has been destroyed by cancelations. As of now, there are 12 fights on the card. Who knows how many will be left by the time this guide drops.

Kyle Daukaus (-260) vs Jamie Pickett (+210)

Should have been the rematch of Kyle Daukaus vs Kevin Holland but Holland is out due to an injury, so Jamie Pickett steps in. Daukaus won his last fight against Holland but was called a draw due to a head butt.

Maybe it’s the lack of motivation UFC Vegas 48 brings me, but I am struggling to find the energy to write this breakdown. Daukaus vs Pickett is just an honest mismatch. Daukaus is just on a higher level, which makes him an easy bet.

Feel bad about it but Kyle Daukaus vs Jamie Pickett does not need much of an explanation. As a reference point, Kyle Daukaus opened at (-200), bet him while you can.

Bet: Kyle Daukaus (-260)

Parker Porter (-250) vs Alan Baudot (+200)

Alan Baudot has had a tough start to his UFC career losing both fights by knockout. However, I truly believe he is going to shock the world in a fight against Parker Porter. Baudot puts on a high tempo from the start, constantly looking for that first-round finish. He almost finished Rodrigo Nascimento in his last fight.

In the past, Porter has struggled against guys who come out guns blazing. Out of his 6 losses, 4 have come by knockout in the first round. If Baudot fights his normal style, he could get himself a first round knockout victory here. Plus Baudot fights out of the MMA factory, which is a highly respectable gym.

The value of Baudot is too enticing for me to pass on, especially by knockout. Love the value of the underdog.

Bets: Alan Baudot (+200)

Alan Baudot to win by KO/TKO (+350)

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