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Sports UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan odds, best bet

18:21  01 august  2020
18:21  01 august  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Brunson upsets Shahbazyan with 3rd-round TKO in UFC main event

  Brunson upsets Shahbazyan with 3rd-round TKO in UFC main event Middleweight contender Derek Brunson stopped Edmen Shahbazyan via TKO at 0:26 of the third round in the UFC Fight Night main event Saturday in Las Vegas. Both fighters came out swinging and traded big punches at the beginning of the bout. Shahbazyan landed the harder shots and was slightly more active on the feet, but Brunson had success with a takedown and clinch work. The first half of the second round was more of the same. However, Shahbazyan seemed to visibly tire in the second half and Brunson took over.The veteran took down his opponent and brutalized him with ground-and-pound, briefly advancing to top mount.

[+] UFC Fight Night weigh-in at UFC APEX on July 31, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images). In that contest, Derek Brunson faces Edmen Shahbazyan in an important middleweight scrap. Shahbazyan is a rising 22-year-old, who has a perfect 11-0 record.

MINTY BETS : This Saturday, August 1, we've got UFC Fight Night back in Las Vegas, Nevada. If you guys want to bet on Fight Night , go check out that The main event is going to be between the Ronda Rousie protege, Edmund Shahbazyan , minus 260 versus Derek Brunson , plus 210.

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UFC Fight Night takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas and will feature a middleweight bout between Derek Brunson and Edmen Shahbazyan.

Here's a top play for the event.

Vicente Luque (-190) / Gerald Meerschaert (-185)

$100 parlay to win $135.14

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Luque is scheduled to face off with Randy Brown in a highly anticipated welterweight clash on the main card. There will be plenty of action, but Luque holds the advantage in several areas.

3 key questions ahead of UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan

  3 key questions ahead of UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan Middleweights Derek Brunson and Edmen Shahbazyan will meet in Saturday's UFC Fight Night headliner at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Here are three key questions heading into the event. What will Shahbazyan's path look like if he wins? It'll be tough to deny Shahbazyan as a contender if he beats Brunson. He's already 4-0 in the Octagon, and a trio of first-round finishes have fans going crazy over the Ronda Rousey protege. Shahbazyan won't quiteHere are three key questions heading into the event.

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On Saturday, Aug. 1, the UFC returns to the Apex in Las Vegas for its 31st event on ESPN+. In the night ’s main event, veteran middleweight Derek Brunson collides with undefeated Edmen Shahbazyan .

The Brazilian bruiser is more technical than Brown in the striking department and hits significantly harder. Brown is big by division standards, standing 6-foot-3 with a 78-inch reach, but Luque should be able to get inside his range and bust him up with punches. The 28-year-old also has an incredibly strong chin, so Brown won't be able to knock him out.

Luque is 7-1 in his last eight contests. Over the past five years, "The Silent Assassin" has only lost to top contenders Stephen Thompson and Leon Edwards. Brown went undefeated in 2019 and appears to be turning things around after a rocky start to his Octagon career, but he's still the level of fighter that Luque has handled in the past.

Luque is the slicker grappler of the two and could potentially find a submission if this fight goes to the ground. But it's likely to remain a stand-up battle, and Luque's sharpness and power will take him to victory over "Rude Boy."

Giles faints backstage, fight vs. Holland canceled

  Giles faints backstage, fight vs. Holland canceled Kevin Holland and Trevin Giles' middleweight fight has been canceled after the latter fainted while getting ready to walk out at UFC Fight Night on Saturday, according to the broadcast. Giles was later shown on the broadcast awake and sitting on a stool backstage. UFC reporter Heidi Androl said the promotion believes "it was just nerves" that led to the incident. In a subsequent update, play-by-play commentator Brendan Fitzgerald said Giles appeared to be "fine" and wanted to fight but is being transported to a local hospital for precautionary reasons.Holland-Giles was the opener for the five-bout main card at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.

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The other half of the parlay sees Meerschaert make his light heavyweight debut against veteran Ed Herman.

This is more of a fade on Herman than anything. He's 39 years old and well past his prime. He's riding a two-fight winning streak, but the competition - Patrick Cummins and Khadis Ibragimov - doesn't quite compare to Meerschaert, a crafty grappler who can hold his own on the feet.

Meerschaert should be able to stay more active than Herman in their striking exchanges, and if this fight goes to the mat, "GM3" will be able to dictate the pace and register more offense.

Meerschaert, a 44-fight veteran who's been in the UFC since 2016, is coming off a quick TKO loss to Ian Heinisch in June. It's fair to wonder if he's returning a bit too soon, but the 32-year-old has bounced back from stoppage losses in the past, so it's unlikely to be much of an issue.

UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik odds, best bet

  UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Oleinik odds, best bet UFC Fight Night takes place Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas and will feature a heavyweight bout between Derrick Lewis and Aleksei Oleinik. Here's a top play for the event. Aleksei Oleinik (+165) vs. Derrick Lewis The main event truly can go either way, so it should essentially be a pick 'em. While the oddsmakers favor Lewis at a 2-1 margin, I'm actually leaning the other way. And ultimately, there's too much value on Oleinik to pass up. Oleinik is one of the best grappling specialists in heavyweight history. Of his 59 professional wins, 46 have been submissions.

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MMA Fighting has UFC Vegas 5 results for the Brunson vs . Shahbazyan fight card in Las Vegas, live blogs of the top two fights , and live UFC Vegas 5 Twitter updates. The scheduled main event features a middleweight showdown between Derek Brunson and Edmen Shahbazyan . Also on tap for the

The Roufusport product's smartest path to victory against Herman will be on the ground, but he should be able to perform well wherever the fight goes.

Here are the full odds from theScore Bet for UFC Fight Night on Aug. 1:

Main card

Edmen Shahbazyan (-325) vs. Derek Brunson (+255)

Joanne Calderwood (-160) vs. Jennifer Maia (+130)

Vicente Luque (-190) vs. Randy Brown (+160)

Lando Vannata (-150) vs. Bobby Green (+120)

Gerald Meerschaert (-185) vs. Ed Herman (+155)

Kevin Holland (-210) vs. Trevin Giles (+170)

Preliminary card

Jonathan Martinez (-260) vs. Frankie Saenz (+210)

Nate Maness (TBD) vs. Johnny Munoz (TBD)

Jamall Emmers (TBD) vs. Vince Cachero (TBD)

Chris Gutierrez (-325) vs. Cody Durden (+255)

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The promotion is finalizing a middleweight bout between Robert Whittaker and Jared Cannonier for the UFC 254 pay-per-view event on Oct. 24, UFC president Dana White said Friday, according to Brett Okamoto of ESPN. The fighters were set to face each other last March, but Whittaker pulled out due to undisclosed personal reasons. Whittaker is coming off a unanimous decision win over Darren Till in the main event of UFC Fight Night last weekend. It was his first fight since a brutal title loss to Israel Adesanya in October 2019, which ended a streak of nine consecutive wins for "The Reaper.

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