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UFC 300: Pereira vs. Hill Fight Card Odds and Picks

Last Updated on April 10, 2024 11:52 am by Gambyl Nation Editorial Team

The Time has come once again when the World’s most famous Octagon builds that one fight card to put all the others in the previous years to shame, as they celebrate another one hundred numbered events by giving the fans the best display of talent and matchmaking that can be brought to them at the current Era of a growing sport like Mixed Martial Arts.

The UFC 300 Card is going to be huge, and that is because every fight, from the very first prelim in the card, could pretty much be a headliner for any other regular weekend event. And no, we are not even kidding with that idea.

Things are going to take place in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, because of course, the greatest fight card needs to take place at home for the UFC, and no other city feels closer to them than the one that never sleeps, and with a fully sold out venue and a crowd going crazy for each bout, things can’t be any better!

There are 13 fights in this stacked card, and we do mean stacked, as it will go through exciting clashes one after the other, starting with a great bout between former Flyweight Champion Deiveson Figuereido, clashing against former Bantamweight Champion Cody Garbrant to kick the card off.

After that, we go to a clash between Seasoned Veterans who are still looking quite strong in the Lightweight Division will be clashing to give us another exciting fight, as Bobby Green and Jim Miller go at it.

We then get a Strawweight clash, as the former Champion Jessica Andrade faces Marina Rodriguez, who is trying to fix her path back up to title contention in a clash that could secure her way into the next shot if she manages to go through a fighter who has faced the very elite of multiple divisions.

Jalin Turner and Renato Moicano come next, trying to build their way into becoming the next rising contenders for the Lightweight Title, and they should give us quite a show as they try to do so.

Sodiq Yusuff and Diego Lopes come right after, getting ready to bring some featherweight action into the mix, showcasing their skills to keep us excited as we approach the middle of this card.

For the next match, the Females get the spot, as we are getting a Bantamweight bout between the former Champion, Holly Holm, who is greeting a Judo specialist, and PFL Star Kayla Harrison, who is looking to make her UFC Debut a banger in front of a seasoned opponent and make a statement to the division.

After the females, a huge fight for the Featherweight Division, as Calvin Kattar, a contender in the division, welcomes Aljamain Sterling, the former Bantamweight Title, who is making the jump up to figure out where he feels the best after his belt was taken.

We also get a fight between the Former Light Heavyweight Champion, Jiri Prochazka, who is going to clash with another contender in Aleksandar Rakic, to see if he can make the cut for the next shot, or to ensure that Jiri is close enough to get another shot depending on who takes the title in our main event clash.

The main card will be starting with a clash between the former Lightweight Champion, Charles “Do Bronx” Oliveria, who will be welcoming Arman Tsarukyan into the Title contenders mix, in a fight that could turn into a barnburner or a ground game duel at any time.

After that, we get the Undefeated Hype Train making its way to the station, as Bo Nickal faces Cody Brundage to show if he is still going to be smashing his way through the Middleweight Division on his path to a title shot.

And to start with 3 title fights, we get the clash for the “BMF” belt, in which Justin Gaethje comes to defend his special title against the former Featherweight champion, Max Holloway, who is making one more run at the 155 pounds just to take over the title and give us another exciting clash!

Going back to the regular Division titles for our Co-Main Event Clash, the Straweight Champion, Weili Zhang, comes to the Octagon to defend his belt once again, but this time, China will celebrate one way or the other, as Xiaonan Yan will be facing her fellow country-woman to see which one will take the belt back home.

The Fight Card Headliner will be an exciting one, as we get Alex Pereira, Former Middleweight Champion and now the Defending Light Heavyweight Title Holder, against former LHW Champion Jamahall Hill, who had to relinquish his title due to injury and is now back, ready to try and get it back from Poatan, who stopped Prochazka from doing the same thing in their last match.

If you pay close attention to the details back there, you will notice that at least 12 fighters out of the 26 in the event are or were title holders, which means that the card is stacked to the brim with talent and known names for all fight fans to enjoy what can’t be explained as anything other than early Christmas for fight fans.

We are getting ready to dive into every one of the exciting bouts in this major UFC Milestone, as the 300th event is bound to be one to remember, and we have to be prepared for it!

You can check all the UFC/MMA bets, the analysis of each fighter, and the final bet you can make in these fights.

UFC 300: Pereira vs. Hill Fight Card Odds and Picks


Saturday, April 13th, at 6:00 pm ET

Moneyline odds

Alex Pereira 1.667 / Jamahal Hill 2.252

Weili Zhang 1.271 / Xiaonan Yan 3.705

Justin Gaethje 1.467 / Max Holloway 2.672

Bo Nickal 1.01 / Cody Brundage 14.6

Charles Oliveira 2.875 / Arman Tsarukyan 1.434 

Jiří Procházka 1.99 / Aleksandar Rakić 1.838

Calvin Kattar 2.067/ Aljamain Sterling 1.734

Holly Holm 4.3005 / Kayla Harrison 1.22

Sodiq Yusuff 2.321 / Diego Lopes 1.672

Jalin Turner 1.426 / Renato Moicano 3.005

Jessica Andrade 1.943 / Marina Rodriguez 1.943

Bobby Green 1.544 / Jim Miller 2.448

Deiveson Figueiredo 1.314 / Cody Garbrandt 3.455

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UFC 300: Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill

Why Bet on Alex Pereira?

Alex Pereira came into the UFC like a Hurricane and managed to go and face his old foe, Israel Adesanya, and take a victory to hold the Middleweight championship, even though it was short-lived as Adesanya came back with a vengeance.

Instead of climbing his way back up, Alex Pereira decided to go up in weight and defeated the former Champion Jan Blachowicz to make his way to a fight for a Vacant title.

In that fight, he managed to claim the title against Jiri Prochazka, who had to vacate it earlier due to injury and tried to get it back, only to get stopped by a strong KO in round 2.

Now he is looking to stop another former champion who tries to come back to claim the belt.

Why Bet on Jamahal Hill?

“Sweet Dreams” is on a streak with 4 fights won in a row, including a fourth-round TKO over Thiago Santos and the decision victory he had over Glover Teixeira to claim the Light Heavyweight Title back in January 2023.

He had to leave the title vacant due to injury just like the aforementioned Jiri Prochazka had done before him, and has been sidelined for a while.

Now, he is coming to try and take back what was his, while also trying to continue his momentum as he is currently at 5-1 in the UFC, being an Explosive Striker with dynamite in his hands, but one who struggles in the grappling department.

Alex Pereira vs. Jamahal Hill Final Betting Analysis:

These two fighters are strikers, first and foremost, and the fact that they are finishers is going to be quite exciting to watch, but there is a thing about the current champion that we have to take into consideration.

Jamahal Hill has been on a great run in his career, being an offensive and explosive striker, but the thing is that Alex Pereira is not only a heavy hitter, he is precise and technical, which leads to him being able to break and finish Jiri Prochazka, a man who is known for being walking chaos for his opponents, in the second round.

Both fighters have 7 wins and 1 loss by KO, so it’s clear we are expecting the fight to go the striking route, but if anything, we can always expect Poatan to be able to turn the tide and push Jamahal with some of his underrated grappling.

However, we do not think it will be necessary, as we think that in this fight between KO artists, “Poatan” will be taking the victory before the Championship rounds come into play. 

UFC 300: Weili Zhang vs. Xiaonan Yan

Why Bet on Weili Zhang?

Weili Zhang in the UFC is the definition of Violence, having racked victories in destructive fashion over every fighter she has faced except for Rose Namajunas. 

She has taken down almost everyone at the top of the division, including her two instant classics with Joanna Jedrzejczyk, dismantling Jessica Andrade, and taking down both Carla Esparza and Amanda Lemos on the path to this bout.

Now she is going to be defending her belt for the second time against her fellow Countrywoman in a huge card for the history books. 

Why Bet on Xiaonan Yan?

The Team Alfa Male representative, Xiaonan Yan has been on an ups and downs point in her career as of late, having victories over former contenders Claudia Gadelha and Karolina Kowalkiewics, only for her momentum to be halted by both Carla Esparza and Marina Rodriguez.

She was then able to stop Mackenzie Dern and Jessica Andrade but hasn’t seen action since, meaning she is back in the cage after 10 months of inactivity, and she is going right to the title fight against a tough opponent.

She has everything to win and nothing to lose in this fight, so it will be her time to capitalize on the opportunity.

Weili Zhang vs. Xiaonan Yan Final Betting Analysis:

This fight will be exciting and have a whole country watching, as the title will enter under Chinese property and leave under the same circumstances, but the thing here is, whose?

Xiaonan Yan is a fighter who tends to go the distance for her matches, being a methodical fighter who works her opponent out, but she has been put on the spot by fighters like Carla Esparza and Marina Rodriguez.

Yan has things she has to improve, and fighting against Weili Zhang known to put pressure on her opponents doesn’t seem like the opportunity to work on them.

In the end, we expect the current champion to make short work of her current opponent and retain her title.

UFC 300: Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway

Why Bet on Justin Gaethje?

 Justin Gaethje is known as “The Highlight” because he goes in and does damage during his fight, turning his performances into highlight reels most of the time.

He has been around the top of the 155 division for a while now, having landed the interim championship title after beating Tony Ferguson, and then facing Khabib Nurmagomedov for his last fight before retirement.

He then gave us an instant classic against Michael Chandler and then got defeated by the former champion Charles Oliveira, but then regained track against Rafael Fiziev and then avenged a previous loss against “the Diamond”, Dustin Poirier. 

Why Bet on Max Holloway?

Max Holloway had been at the top of the featherweight division for a while, some of that time as the champion until, of course, Alexander Volkanovski came in to take his belt and defeat him 3 times.

The thing is that Holloway has not lost to any other opponent in the Featherweight division since he was beaten by Connor McGregor. His only other loss besides the Volkanovski bouts is his clash against Dustin Poirier for a belt in the Lightweight Division, just like the shot he is taking right now for this clash against Gaethje.

Justin Gaethje vs. Max Holloway Final Betting Analysis:

This fight is going to be exciting, just like the one that Holloway had against Poirier back in 2019, but we believe that even though Holloway keeps looking better over the years, we still do not believe him to be able to figure out the formula to shine just as well on the higher division.

Justin Gaethje, however, just managed to claim the BMF title after beating Dustin Poirier via a head kick, and if he was able to defeat a “Diamond” who has improved so much since the clash with Holloway, we believe that he will have the edge over a Holloway who is jumping up a weight class.

This will be an exciting striking fight, as Justin is known for using his NCAA accolades to work his defensive wrestling and keep the fight standing, which is likely what the fans will like to see in this clash.

It’s going to be quite an exciting match, but we believe that the BMF belt will remain in the hands of the current holder, Justin Gaethje.

UFC 300: Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage

Why Bet on Bo Nickal?

Bo Nickal enters this UFC 300 Clash with a perfect 5- 0 record as an MMA fighter, and the only loss in his combat record since he started as an amateur is a grappling loss against Gordon Ryan.

However, once he entered the Contender Series, he put a show on all his fights, finishing the two Contender bouts via submissions to score a contract, and getting finishes on his two UFC fights so far.

This next fight doesn’t seem like much of a step up, but a chance to continue to shine as he pushes forward in the middleweight division.

Why Bet on Cody Brundage?

Cody Brundage is a fighter who has 3 times as much experience under his belt, at least when it comes to MMA encounters, but who hasn’t had such success.

He has picked up wins in his last two but comes from losing via every single method in the 3 fights before those, and the opponents who managed to stop him were not the biggest names, which means that he has to work to improve his capabilities as a fighter to climb up to the very top.

Bo Nickal vs. Cody Brundage Final Betting Analysis:

This fight could be the least interesting one out of the bunch, but not because of any lack of talent, instead, it is because one of the fighters is expected to simply run over his opponent.

Bo Nickal’s grappling experience and ability to find the submission are going to be way too much for Cody Brundage to stop, as the American Top Team Representative has already succumbed to some others in the same fashion.

We expect the Americans to go through this “tune-up” fight like it is nothing to get back into action after around 8 months of being out of the Octagon.

UFC 300: Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan

Why Bet on Charles Oliveira?

Charles Oliveira was the man to hold the division’s title until it was taken by Islam Makhachev back in October 2022, but since then, he bounced back with a victory over Beneil Dariush, to get back into the win column.

With his only loss in 14 fights being against the current champion of the division means that Charles is top talent for the 155 division, and will be the man to beat to score a shot at the current monarch.

However, Do Bronx is a fighter who can finish the fight either by submission or with a KO, so the challenge is up to anybody to try.

Why Bet on Arman Tsarukyan?

Arman Tsarukyan is coming from a three-fight win streak after his loss against Mateusz Gamrot, with his only previous loss coming against Islam Makhachev, who went on to become the current Champion.

Tsarukyan has won 8 out of 10 fights in the UFC, and his losses have both been by decision. His wins have come from 4 decisions and 4 KOs, and he has 5 submissions in his fights before the UFC, so he could find the finish on any of the possible methods.

Charles Oliveira vs. Arman Tsarukyan Final Betting Analysis:

This is going to be one of the most interesting clashes out there, but even though Arman Tsarukyan managed to get a KO finish over Beneil Dariush in his latest event, the only other time he was tested against a big name, he didn’t achieve a victory.

Now, another big name is placed in front of him as he faces the former champion, but it might be just too much of a step up, and we believe that Charles Oliveira will be able to get the victory in this clash, to keep himself as one of the top names in the division.

UFC 300: Jiří Procházka vs. Aleksandar Rakić

Why Bet on Jiří Procházka?

 Jiri Prochazka was and is still a feared man in the Light Heavyweight division, as he is known for being the former champion, and having an aggressive opponent who deals a lot of damage, even though his 13 fights winning streak got halted by Alex Pereira via Knock Out in his latest duel.

He managed to make it to a title bout by finishing Volkan Oezdemir via Overhand right in the 2nd round, stopping Dominic Reyes via Spinning Elbow in the Second, and then choking Glover Texeira to claim the belt via Rear Naked Show in the 5th round.

Being a finisher first and foremost, every fight he is has been quite a show for the fans!

Why Bet on Aleksandar Rakić?

Aleksandar Rakic had been a promising talent on his path to this fight, landing 4 straight victories before being defeated via decision by Volkan Oezdemir, to then continue getting victories over Anthony Smith and Thiago Santos.

His last fight was a clash with the former Champion Jan Blachowicz back in 2022 in which a Leg Injury in the 3rd round stopped the action. The fight was supposed to have a rematch back in January of this year, but it was canceled, and now Rakic is trying to get back on track, even though he will face quite a difficult opponent.

Jiří Procházka vs. Aleksandar Rakić Final Betting Analysis:

Prochazka and Rakic are both looking to fix things from the last loss on their records, but the thing is that Jiri Prochazka is known for being a pretty dangerous fighter to deal with, and has taken down some pretty strong names in the division.

These two are finishers, but Jiri has finished 25 opponents via KO, and this seems to be way too much of a step up for Aleksandar Rakic to deal with.

The fight is bound to end with someone’s lights being turned off, and we are expecting Prochazka to be the one to find the finish and have his hand raised.

UFC 300: Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling

Why Bet on Calvin Kattar?

Calvin Kattar was one of the top fighters in the featherweight division but his record in the last 4 clashes is not as good, being battered and bruised by Max Holloway via a decision, then taking a victory over Giga Chikadze only to once again be defeated by Josh Emmett and getting a Knee Injury in the second round against Arnold Allen back in October 2022.

Now he comes after a long layoff to fix his record.

Why Bet on Aljamain Sterling?

Aljamain Sterling is the former champion in the Bantamweight division, as he managed to get 9 wins in his latest 10, only to get dethroned by Sean O’Malley back in August 2023.

Aljo decided to take a break from MMA and participate in multiple grappling matches to keep himself in shape as he decided his move forward in the UFC.

Now, he moves up a weight class as he attempts to climb his way up to the top once more, and the Funkmaster wants to make it an impressive appearance.

Calvin Kattar vs. Aljamain Sterling Final Betting Analysis:

Both fighters come from a layoff, but the thing is that Aljamain comes from being beaten by the current champion and keeping himself active in another combat sport.

Calvin Kattar has been out for a year and a half, and his knee injury in the Allen fight may be a factor that damages his output during the rest of his career.

The thing about this clash is that Aljamain not only has been more active, but in the time that Kattar has been out, Sterling defeated two former champions after destroying Petr Yan in their rematch, and even though he got KOed by Sean O’Malley, we expect him to take the win over Kattar by mixing his striking and unorthodox grappling.

UFC 300: Holly Holm vs. Kayla Harrison

Why Bet on Holly Holm?

Holm is a previous bantamweight champion and she is trying to make her way to a title fight, as the Championship title is at the hands of Raquel Pennington, a fighter she has already previously beaten twice.

The thing is that “The Preacher’s Daughter” has had 6 losses in 12 fights since becoming the Bantamweight champion, but 5 of them were against fighters who were or became title holders, which shows that she is quite a top-level fighter in the division, becoming a gatekeeper in the process.

In the last two years, she lost at the hands of Ketlen Vieira, then won against Yana Santos and was detected by Mayra Bueno Silva, only for the Nevada State Commission to overturn that result into a No-Contest due to being positive for Ritalinic Acid in a pre-fight drug test.

Why Bet on Kayla Harrison?

Despite not making her UFC debut yet, Harrison is known to be a force to be reckoned with. She is a two-time Olympic gold medallist in judo and a two-time PFL champion.

She managed to score a 15-fight win streak in her MMA Career, until she was handed her first loss by Larissa Pacheco, only to make her way back into the win column after beating Aspen Ladd on November 11th, 2024.

Her UFC debut will be against quite a tough opponent, but the hype train behind this top-level Judo athlete is the one that has placed her right here to debut at one of the most important fight cards in the promotion.

Holly Holm vs. Kayla Harrison Final Betting Analysis:

The last time that Holly Holm fought against a Judoka Olympic Medallist, she became the UFC World Champion of the World devastatingly.

Holly Holm is a top-level striker with a huge stack of striking accolades, but she doesn’t have the grappling level required to beat her current opponent in a fight on the mats.

The question here is if Holly will be able to keep the fight standing and repeat what she did to Ronda Rousey back in 2015, or if Kayla Harrison will be able to find the finish on a former Champion and make a statement as she enters the division, in a fight that could boost her way to a title shot.

We are expecting Harrison to get a victory in this clash and open up her UFC career with a huge statement.

UFC 300: Sodiq Yusuff vs. Diego Lopes

Why Bet on Sodiq Yusuff?

Sodiq Yusuff is a Contender Series Graduate who got his contract after a decision victory over Mike Davis and continued by getting wins in his first 4 UFC bouts before being defeated by Arnold Allen.

Yusuff managed to follow up by beating Alex Caceres and Don Shainis, but their most recent match ended with a loss via decision at the hands of Edson Barboza. However, it was still a highly entertaining encounter that showcased Yusuff’s abilities and earned him heaps of praise.

Why Bet on Diego Lopes?

Although he has only three fights in the UFC, Diego Lopes has been regarded as a ‘must-watch’ fighter. His first clash was in a really fun match where he wouldn’t make a step back but ended up losing via decision at the hands of Movsar Evloev.

He did follow the loss with two exhilarating victories against Gavin Tucker and Pat Sabatini, finishing the first via a triangle armbar, and the second by punches; both under the 2-minute mark, which showcased his strength in the division. 

Sodiq Yusuff vs. Diego Lopes Final Betting Analysis:

A loss at the hands of Edson Barboza doesn’t sound like a bad thing on your record, except for the fact that he had lost 7 of his last 11 fights before the clash.

Yusuff is trying to build his way back up into the division, but his last loss seems to bring doubts to everybody’s mind. However, Diego Lopes continues to rack up momentum, getting quick finishes after proving himself to have a lot of heart and a will to bring the fight to anyone in front of him.

With that in mind, we are expecting Lopes to get the victory in this clash, and with 21 out of 23 victories coming from finishes, we are expecting the Brazilian-born fighter to get a finish here.

UFC 300: Jalin Turner vs. Renato Moicano

Why Bet on Jalin Turner?

 The Tarantula may have two losses in his last 3 fights, but they have been against stiff competition in Mateusz Gamrot and Dan Hooker, but he got back in the win column by finishing Bobby Green on the first, and we do have to count a 5 matches win streak before the Gamrot loss.

He is known as a finisher, having won all his fights before things get to the hands of the judges, as he has not been successful when they are involved.

Now, he is looking to rack up victories and make his way to the top of the division.

Why Bet on Renato Moicano?

 Renato Moicano has had quite an interesting run in the UFC, getting 10 wins and 5 losses so far, going through names like Jeremy Stephens, Calvin Kattar, and Cub Swanson at an earlier stage in his career, 2019.

His latest 9 matches, from 2019 to his most recent clash in February of this year have racked up 4 losses and 6 wins, including going on a two-match win streak after beating Brad Riddell and Drew Dober.

Now he is looking to capitalize as he faces a tough opponent.

Jalin Turner vs. Renato Moicano Final Betting Analysis:

The Contender Series graduate, Jalin Turner, is looking like the safest bet in this clash, as Moican is a submission artist, while Jalin Turner has managed to split his wins between submissions and KOs in the UFC.

The thing about being able to finish fights both ways is that Jalin Turner can keep the fight standing and do big damage trying to finish a Moicano who has not been able to win via KO but has 3 losses by that method.

We predict that Turner will be able to finish his opponent in this clash, only to keep his 100% finish rate going forward.

UFC 300: Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez

Why Bet on Jessica Andrade?

 Jessica Andrade is known in three female divisions as a pretty tough opponent to face, but she has shined the brightest in the Strawweight division, where she managed to hold the belt as champion.

“Bate Estaca” comes from getting back into the win column after finishing Mackenzie Dern in the second round, which is a good outcome after being defeated three times in a row at the hands of Erin Blanchfield, Xiaonan Yan, and Tatiana Suarez, who all managed to finish the former champ.

Now it’s her time to shine once more, as she works as a gatekeeper for all the top contenders in the division.

Why Bet on Marina Rodriguez?

Marina Rodriguez had been on an excellent run back in 2021, enjoying 3 wins during the year over top-level talent, and then clashing and defeating Xiaonan Yan only to get stopped by the former challenger Amanda Lemos, and later by Virna Jandiroba in 2023.

She got back on the win column in September 2023 when she defeated Michelle Waterson-Gomez in their second clash, and now, she might be fighting quite a step up in the division as she enters this clash.

Jessica Andrade vs. Marina Rodriguez Final Betting Analysis:

This is going to be a fun match to watch unfold, but when it comes to the level of competition that they have faced and the results achieved, we believe that things are quite balanced.

The detail here is that Jessica Andrade is quite a powerful opponent, who can finish opponents via both KOs or Submissions, and even though Marina Rodriguez has been able to get two knockouts in the promotion, she has found more success when the fights go the distance.

We are not expecting Jessica Andrade to let Rodriguez get to the end of the fight, and expect the former champion to get the win via finish in this clash.

UFC 300: Bobby Green vs. Jim Miller

Why Bet on Bobby Green?

Green, a member of the UFC roster since 2013, comes into this fight with a record of two wins in his last three. However, in his last fight in December, he was defeated by Jalin Turner via knockout. 

He had a resurgence before that, getting two straight wins, but they were against a Tony Ferguson who was on a downward slope, and an impressive win in which he made short work of Grant Dawson.

This fight could go either way, but Bobby Green is getting ready to give us another exciting show.

Why Bet on Jim Miller?

Miller comes into this fight on the back of five wins in his last six bouts, with his last outing being a submission victory against Gabriel Benitez back in January.

“A-10” has racked up 26 victories, 16 losses, and 1 no contest in the world’s greatest octagon and he made his last two victories look great with a finish via KO and another via Submission.

Now it is time for him to show that he is the best in this clash between veterans.

Bobby Green vs. Jim Miller Final Betting Analysis:

With a clash of veteran fighters on the fight card, all diehard UFC fans will be excited to tune in, and this is just what the fans are calling for. We get a clash between not only two veterans who together have a total of 67 fights under the Promotion but who remain active in the rooster.

The thing here is that even though both have been quite active, Jim Miller has seen a lot more success as of their latest 6 fights in comparison to his current opponent.

Now, it is time for the fans to enjoy the show, but we do expect Miller to be the one who gets his hand raised in this match, and we are not expecting it to go the full distance either.

UFC 300: Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Cody Garbrandt

Why Bet on Deiveson Figueiredo?

Deiveson Figueiredo is a finisher, having a black belt in Jiu Jitsu, and also a cannon in his hand, which has been able to cause enough damage to most of the opponents that have taken a shot.

He is also the former Flyweight Champion, who claimed the belt after beating Joseph Benavidez, and defended it until it was taken by Brandon Moreno in his Second Match, only to regain it in their 3rd meeting and lose it a final time in their 4th match in a row.

After losing to Moreno for a Second time, Figueiredo decided to move up a weight class and try his chances, which went well, getting a decision victory over Rob Font in his most recent clash.

Why Bet on Cody Garbrandt?

Cody Garbrant was a huge name in the Bantamweight division some years back, turning himself into the Champion after breaking through Dominick Cruz to take the belt in his 11 straight wins.

Being the champion didn’t last too long, as TJ Dillashaw came to take the belt from him, and it pushed him backward a lot, as Gardbrant fought only once per year in 2017, 2018, and 2019, getting KOed in the 3 fights.

He broke this streak by getting a KO over Raphael Assunsao in 2020, only to lose against Kai-Kara France and Rob Font in 2021st.

After a whole year off, he came back getting wins over Trevin Jones and Brian Kelleher in his last two, building back from the lower names and building momentum again. 

Deiveson Figueiredo vs. Cody Garbrandt Final Betting Analysis:

Cody Garbrant was building his pace back up in the last two matches he had, but the names he fought were not nearly elite level, and it is for that same reason that taking this fight here could be a big mistake for the former champion.

Deiveson Figueiredo is not only a dangerous opponent to face, but he is also one who took down Rob Font, who handed Cody Garbrant one of his two most recent defeats, in his most recent fight.

Figueiredo might be just too much of a step up in competition for Cody Garbrant who is rebuilding momentum, and we expect the “God of War” to showcase his Nickname’s worth as he adds another big name into his resume and continues to advance toward challenging for the 135 title.

Pereira vs. Hill Betting Pick: Alex Pereira

Zhang vs. Yan Betting Pick: Weili Zhang

Gaethje vs. Holloway Betting Pick: Justin Gaethje

Nickal vs. Brundage Betting Pick: Bo Nickal

Oliveira vs. Tsarukyan Betting Pick: Charles Oliveira

Procházka vs. Rakić Betting Pick: Jiri Prochazka

Kattar vs. Sterling Betting Pick: Aljamain Sterling

Holm vs. Harrison Betting Pick: Kayla Harrison

Yusuff vs. Lopes Betting Pick: Diego Lopes

Turner vs. Moicano Betting Pick: Jalin Turner

Andrade vs. Rodriguez Betting Pick: Jessica Andrade

Green vs. Jim Miller Betting Pick: Jim Miller

Figueiredo vs. Garbrandt Betting Pick: Deiveson Figueiredo

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