UFC Columbus Betting Preview – What to Expect on the Card

UFC Columbus Betting Preview – What to Expect on the Card

UFC Columbus will be on Saturday with a heavyweight match as its main event. Also, it is the final event before UFC 273. As a result, the event has fewer famous fighters but is high on competitive levels. Here is our UFC Columbus betting preview.

The event’s main card is the fight between Chris Daukaus and Curtis Blaydes. Other matches include Bryan Barbarena vs. Matt Brown, Marc Diakiese vs. Viacheslav Borshchev, and Matheus Nicolau vs. David Dvorak, to name a few.

UFC Columbus Betting Preview

UFC Columbus Betting Preview – What to Expect on the CardThe line of the Bryan Barbarena vs. Matt Brown is close. However, our bookie pay per head experts expect Barbarena to dominate the match. Although Matt Brown is a good fighter, age has caught up with him. He was already suffering from concussion-like symptoms since 2016. Although, on the other hand, Barbarena might also be old, he still hits hard. Therefore, we pick Bryan Barbarena at -115.

Viacheslav Borshchev is the favorite going into the match against Marc Diakiese. However, we think that Diakiese has the advantage in this matchup. His losses came against good opponents. Also, he is faster and has better wrestling ability. Therefore, we choose Diakiese at +130.

The Matheus Nicolau vs. David Dvorak match is between an accomplished fighter and someone going into the match with some hype. Although Dvorak is the favorite, we will pick Nicolau at +105.

Our long shot pick will be on Alexa Grasso winning via TKO/KO in the first round against Joanne Wood. According to gambling news reports, Grasso hasn’t completed a fight since 2014. On the other hand, Wood has never suffered a knock-out defeat. However, we picked Grasso for the prop bet because Wood is older. If Grasso can connect with her power punches early in the match, it could be her first stoppage victory in the octagon.

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