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UFC Vegas 47 Odds: Latest Betting Lines & Play Guide | Hermansson v Strickland

The middleweight contenders are in the spotlight this Saturday night (February 5, 2022) when Sean Strickland and Jack Hermansson look to make their case for next weekend’s next winner’s crack between division champion Israel Adesanya and former 185-pound executive Robert Whittaker at UFC 271.

In the co-main event of UFC Vegas 47, Hawaiian bruiser Punahele Soriano meets grappling ace Nick Maximov, while Shavkat Rakhmonov looks to establish himself as the one to watch against the well-traveled Carlston Harris a fight before. Want to potentially raise money for a Valentine’s Day gift or an extremely ill-advised bet on the Super Bowl?

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) continues its show streak inside the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, February 5, 2022, with a middleweight pivotal matchup that will see the No. 6 ranked Jack Hermansson look to snap the No. 7 seed’s winning streak Sean Strickland. In the co-main event of UFC Vegas 47, the 185-pound finishers Punahele Soriano and Nick Maximov lock the horns.

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UFC Vegas 47 Odds for bottom board:

Miles Johns (-210) against John Castaneda (+175)
Hakeem Dawodu (-170) against Mike Trizano (+150)
Marc-André Barriault (-115) against Chidi Njokuani (-105)
Alexis Davis (-225) against Julija Stoliarenko (+185)
Jailton Almeida (-380) against Danilo Marques (+290)
Philip Rowe (-140) vs. Jason Witt (+120)
Denys Bondar (-240) against Malcolm Gordon (+195)

Thoughts: There’s a lot to work on here…give me Hakeem Dawodu, Chidi Njokuani, Alexis Davis and Denys Bondar.

He may be prone to split decisions and take losses, but the fact remains that Dawodu is 5-2 in the Octagon with wins over dangerous clients in Julio Arce and Zubaira Tukhugov. By contrast, Mike Trizano’s only win in the past three years was a highly questionable decision against a Ludovit Klein man who has proven to be allergic to the kind of pressure Trizano offers.

In the end, Dawodu’s more varied and destructive strike should win without too much trouble.

On the one hand, I can absolutely imagine Marc-André Barriault doing his usual thing and just going through everything Chidi Njokuani has to offer en route to mauling him against the fence. At the same time, the UFC newcomer is much quicker and more polished than Barriault, a man who has gobbled up nearly 200 major strikes from below-average forwards in his last two fights.

In short, it is worth a solid look.

Davis’ recent 1-4 fall isn’t as damning as it seems. She’s actually beaten her opponent in each of her four losses, and more than one outlet has her beating Pannie Kianzad and Jennifer Maia. His rock-solid fundamentals are a huge problem for Stoliarenko, who relies on pulling off quick submissions.

Expect “Ally-Gator” to rip Stoliarenko off the feet and from the top position.

As admirable as Malcolm Gordon’s recent decision over Francisco Figueiredo is, it’s clear at this point that the man can’t fight. Denys Bondar, on the other hand, can. To make matters worse for Gordon, Bondar has a terrific gas tank and enough grappling chops to avoid being submissive when on top.

In other words, invest in “Psycho”.

UFC Vegas 47 odds for the main card:

Sean Strickland (-210) vs. Jack Hermansson (+175)
Punahele Soriano (-190) against Nick Maximov (+160)
Shavkat Rakhmonov (-240) vs. Carlston Harris (+195)
Tresean Gore (-160) vs Bryan Battle (+140)
Julian Erosa (-300) vs. Steven Peterson (+235)

Thoughts: Even though I don’t like him on a personal level, there is money to be made with Strickland.

Hermansson isn’t a bad striker by any stretch of the imagination, but his best work comes from the top position. Unfortunately for him, Strickland hasn’t been downed since a certain Kamaru Usman dragged him to the mat in 2017. On top of that, Strickland is the more durable of the two and has a higher hitting output, so I trust him to hold his own better in a five-round striking battle than me Hermansson.

Best UFC Vegas 47 bets:

  • Parlay – Hakeem Dawodu and Denys Bondar: Bet $60 to win $75
  • Single bet – Chidi Njokuani: Bet $52.50 to win $50
  • Parlay – Alexis Davis and Sean Strickland: Bet $80 to win $90.40

At least there are a handful of decent leftovers to look forward to this weekend at UFC Vegas 47. See you Saturday, Maniacs.

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