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MMA DFS UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige



MMA DFS UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige for Fanduel and DraftKings | Wednesday, July 15

MMA DFS UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige contains a nice 11 fight card for this middle of the week . In this article, we’ll break down every fight as well as giving you ownership percentages, Core Plays, and Sportsbetting opinions as well.


MMA DFS UFC 7-15-20: UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige

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MMA DFS UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Ige




I don’t seeing Phillips having a shot in hell here unless he lands a KO punch early. It’s going to be all Jack Shore. The Problem? He’s $9,400 on DK and $20  on FD and I’m not 100% Sure I can pay up for that given the other fights going on and the value you can find in those. Sportsbetting I would go Shore, but I probably will have less than 5 % ownership in either fighter here.



Winner –  Jack Shore



The last time we saw Belbita she was absolutely dominating Molly McCann until it came to the grappling and that’s where she lost it. Belbita racks up the Significant Strikes and should be very under-owned. I think she could put up a ton of points for low ownership.


Jojua was dominated and then finally was KO’d in her last match by Sarah Moras. The problem? Moras isn’t even that good of a fighter and she took out Jojua pretty easily. I absolutely love Belbita here regardless of the salary because her chance of dominating and racking up the FP should outweigh her price easily.



Winner – Diana Belbita



I honestly love both of these fighters if you’re stacking this week. Gordon is currently a slight favorite but anything can happen as we saw last week with Oezdimir. I’m not 100% confident in either fighter but Gordon is currently missing his entire camp as they all are away due to covid. As much as you wouldn’t think that matters, he has nobody in his corner like he probably expected to have for this fight. With a solid ITD line, I like both fighters on both FD and DK.



Winner – Chris Fishgold




I don’t trust either of these fighters in my cash lineups, but GPP is another story. Both of these guys are over 6 feet and can pack a punch, but it’s still not the most intriguing fight we will see on this slate. Bukauskas is the favorite in this one and for good reason. Michailidis is taking this fight on short notice and as we saw with Masvidal last weekend, that’s not always the best thing to do. I’ll throw Michailidis in some GPPs but probably very low percentages.


Winner – Modestas Bukauskas





Murphy is a live dog here. I really like him to win this fight. He’s mainly a striker but he’s also extremely athletic and fast. His ground game isn’t the best and his take down defense is just so-so. Ramos is a well rounded fighter averaging 2.13 takedowns per 15 minutes. The ITD prop on the fight is at +165. I honestly don’t know if I can pay up for Ramos on DK and am almost all in on Murphy on Wednesday night.


Winner – Lerone Murphy




I’ll start with Phillips. Phillips is just a boring fighter. While other fighters bring more to the table, Phillips isn’t one of those fighters. I will admit after watching some tape on him he loves to swing full force and has some heavy punching power to land some KOs. Phillips’ takedown defense is trash and he’s useless off his back.

Chimaev is well rounded and an elite grappler. Once Chimaev puts Phillips on his back it’s over. Phillips should be considered live for a low probability flash KO in the first seconds of the fight but outside of that this should be an easy one for Chimaev. This fight carries a -365 ITD prop and Chimaev is slightly underpriced on DK at $8,900 considering his -335 win odds.


Winner – Khamzat Chimaev

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