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UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Song odds, predictions, lines: MMA expert releases surprising fight card picks

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Bantamweight contender Yadong Son will headline Saturday for the first time in his career when he faces recent interim title challenger Corey Sandhagen in the main event of UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Song. A ranked contenders battle will close the curtain on the main card of UFC Fight Night (7:00 pm ET) at the Apex facility in Las Vegas. The 10th-place song became a title contender and a fan favorite due to its deadly punch and non-stop tempo. The same qualities apply to No. 4-ranked Sandhagen, who is looking to maintain his position as a top-tier contender in the division by snapping a two-game losing streak.

Sandhagen is the -200 favorite (risk $200 to win $100), while Song comes back with +170 in the latest UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Song by Caesars Sportsbook. The co-main event is a rising middleweight prospect when Gregory Rodriguez (-115) takes on Chidi Njokuani (-105). Before finalizing UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. song, be sure to check out MMA predictions and betting tips from SportsLine combat analyst Kyle Marley..

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Marley won the first-ever UFC betting contest “ToutMaster” sponsored by MMAOddsBreaker and regularly appears on several MMA bets and daily Fantasy shows. He watches every fight on every professional MMA card and does a thorough research before every competition.

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Over the past three plus years, bettors betting $100 and following Marley’s predictions have earned over $13,000. The seasoned MMA analyst kicked off the 2022 UFC season in January by advising SportsLine members to back Calvin Kattar (+200) against Gigi Chikaze (-240) in the featherweight main event. Kattar’s lopsided decision win gave Marley’s followers another easy win. Anyone who followed him is at the top.

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With UFC Fight Night: Sandhagen vs. Song, Marley studied the map from top to bottom and revealed his top picks in MMA. Marley’s UFC Fight Night picks are only available on SportsLine..

UFC Fight Night Preview: Sandhagen vs. Song

The winner will have an advantage ahead of a title fight in a crowded division that should clear up soon. Champion Aljamain Sterling is set to defend his title against second contender TJ Dillashaw at UFC 280 in October. A win by Sterling will likely open a window of opportunity for Sandhagen or Song because first place contender Petr Yan has already lost twice to Sterling and third place contender Merab Dvalishvili said he would not fight Sterling because they are friends and train. partners.

The 30-year-old Sandhagen (14-4) has long been considered a future UFC champion by countless MMA analysts due to his unusual size and height for the weight class and his relentless pace. So far, however, those predictions have proven to be inaccurate as he stumbled across world-class competitors.

Two years ago, he was submitted by Sterling at 1:28 of the first round in what was essentially a title eliminator. Last July, he lost five rounds to Dillashaw before losing to Yan in five rounds at UFC 267 in October.

Regardless, the Colorado native remains a fan favorite due to his ruthless style, and he faces a similarly straight-forward opponent in Song.

Although Song is only 24 years old, Song (19-6-1) is already a five-year UFC veteran whose only flaw in the promotion was a close decision against fellow prospect Kyler Phillips last March. Since then, the Chinese fighter has racked up three wins in a row despite increasingly stiff competition.

In March, Song knocked out former title challenger Marlon Moraes at 2:06 of the first round and received a Performance of the Night bonus for his performance. You can see who will be selected for UFC Fight Night only here..

UFC Fight Night Predictions

We’ll share one of Marley’s UFC Fight Night predictions here: he backs Bill Algeo (-105) to take down Andre Fili (-115) in a hardcore featherweight battle on the main card.

Algeo (16-6) is a versatile fighter with four knockouts and six submissions. The 33-year-old Pennsylvania native has already built a reputation for tough fights and is set to knock out Herbert Burns in the second round.

Feely (21-9-1) is an eight-year UFC veteran who spent some time in the top 15 and is known for his fan-friendly fighting style. But the 32-year-old Sacramento resident is looking to break a three-fight losing streak and has not raised his hand since June 2020.

“Algeo is versatile and I give him a punching edge. He has solid boxing and punches at a high pace, which I have always loved,” Marley told SportsLine. “Fili should aim for takedowns, but Algeo is not easy to control on the ground. I love it when he gets up and wins rounds on his feet. See who else to choose here.

How to choose UFC Fight Night

Marley also has a good shot at Sandhagen vs. Song and all the other fights on the UFC Fight Night card. He also backs a fighter who “is a competent hitter with a lot of power” to achieve a dominant victory. These UFC Fight Night picks are only available on SportsLine..

Who will win Sunhagen vs Song? And how exactly does each fight end? Visit SportsLine now for in-depth information on every fight at UFC Fight Night from the peerless expert who has earned over $13,000 in mixed martial arts over the past three years.and to know.

UFC Fight Night odds, fight card

See the full UFC Fight Night predictions, predictions and best bets on SportsLine..
Corey Sandhagen (-200) vs. Yadun Song (+170)
Gregory Rodriguez (-115) vs. Chidi Njokuani (-105)
Andre Fili (-115) vs. Bill Algeo (-105)
Tanner Bozer (-170) vs. Rodrigo Nascimento (+150)
Anthony Hernandez (-165) vs. Marc-André Barrio (+145)
Aspen Ladd (-140) vs. Sarah McMann (+120)
Joe Pifer (-410) vs. Alain Amedowski (+330)
Nicholas Motta (-215) vs. Cameron VanCamp (+185)
Daniel Zellhuber (-260) vs. Trey Ogden (+220)
Trevin Giles (-200) vs. Louis Cosse (+175)
Pat Sabatini (-180) vs. Damon Jackson (+160)
Javid Basharat (-155) vs. Tony Gravely (+135)
Loma Lookboonmee (-230) vs. Denise Gomez (+195)
Gillian Robertson (-140) vs. Maria Agapova (+120)



Source: www.cbssports.com

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