UFC Fight Night 155 odds: Latest Vegas lines and betting guide ‘Sacramento’ fights

Golden 1 Center at Sacramento, Calif., hosts the hottest Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) occasion to flow on ESPN+ this Saturday evening (July 13, 2019), bringing with it a clash of women’s Bantamweight contenders and among the city’s most beloved exports.
UFC Fight Night 155’s most important event sees Aspen Ladd and Germaine de Randamie create their cases that they deserve to leapfrog Ketlen Vieira in the 135-pound positions and get a crack at dominant division champion, Amanda Nunes, while top prospect Ricky Simon welcomes Urijah Faber straight back to the Octagon for his first appearance as 2016 one struggle ahead. Additional main card attractions include Featherweight knockout artist Josh Emmett against super-prospect Mirsad Bektic and Middleweight kickboxing veteran Karl Roberson taking on debuting Brazilian Wellington Turman.
It’s an eclectic assortment of fights, but one that I truly believe we could make a profit from. Let us begin!
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Do not wager on a whim, children! It’s bad for the bottom line. I originally just had the Julia Avila / Michael Chiesa parlay, but chose to bring the Luke Rockhold / Chiesa pick before publishing. You’d think I would have learned not to bet on or from Jan Blachowicz at this stage, but I did not get to where I am today with any sort of pattern recognition.
UFC Fight Night 155 Odds For The Undercard:
Predictions! UFC ‘Sacramento’ ‘Prelims’ Preview – Pt. 1
Predictions! UFC ‘Sacramento’ ‘Prelims’ Preview – Pt. 2
Mike Rodriguez (-420) vs. John Allan (+335)
Sheymon Moraes (-120) vs. Andre Fili (EVEN)
Julianna Pena (-165) vs. Nicco Monta??o (+145)
Ryan Hall (-115) vs. Darren Elkins (-105)
Brianna Van Buren (-125) vs. Livinha Souza (+105)
Liu Pingyuan (-140) vs. Jonathan Martinez (+120)
Vince Morales (-145) vs. Benito Lopez (+125)

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