Three Best Value Bets For UFC 222

UFC 222 is a card full of aggressive, closely contested conflicts — the main occasion however. Which means that betting with this PPV is a struggle for many. Don’t worry, I am here to bring you a few of the very best value bets you can make for this Saturday’s UFC 222 event.
Cyborg To Win In Round 2 (+250)
Most of us know that Yana Kunitskaya has roughly 0.001percent chance of beating Cyborg — which includes oddsmakers. That is why Cyborg will be among the greatest favorites in UFC history when she steps inside the Octagon.
We also know that — in all probability — Cyborg will knock Kunitskaya’s head off at a certain stage. But the real way to make money is figuring out when.
Cyborg isn’t the balls-to-the-wall, competitive fighter which she once was. Don’t get me wrong, she is nevertheless a finisher with the capacity of ending any opponent at any time. But Cyborg has become more patient and methodical in her striking, permitting her to completely maximize her hand speed and power.
Expect Cyborg to slice up Kunitskaya throughout the first round while figuring out her competitor’s time –“Foxy” has a distinctive striking style that might take a few minutes for Cyborg to fully unravel. But following the initial round, Cyborg will immediately begin beating the overwhelmed Russian at the second and finish it in dominant fashion.
MacKenzie Dern To Win Inside The Distance (-160)
MacKenzie Dern makes her highly anticipated UFC debut against Ashley Yoder — in what should be a freebie for the Brazilian jiu-jitsu ace. But, taking Dern straight up is far too chalky, so you need to look to choose the 24-year-old to win by stoppage.
Evidently, Dern is among the greatest entry grapplers in MMA now and can easily overwhelm an opponent whose typical path to victory is her entry match. And though Dern does not have the most adorable striking style around, she’s among the few strawweights who has valid pop in her hands.
Yoder simply doesn’t have an answer to the resources that Dern presents in this matchup. It’s merely a matter of time before the referee is pulling Dern off a beaten Yoder.

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