UFC Fight Night 210: Cory Sandhagen vs Song Yadong predictions four-fight parlay (+775 odds): Judges needed for Sandhagen and Yadong
UFC Fight Night 210 takes place on Saturday at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. This card features a bantamweight fight between Cory Sandhagen and Song Yadong as the Main Event.
Here is our favorite 4-fight parlay for this card, with odds of +775 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Be sure to check out the rest of our UFC Fight Night 210 predictions for the full 14-fight slate.
Cory Sandhagen vs Song Yadong – Fight to go the Distance – Yes (-150)
Cory Sandhagen is a heavy favorite in this fight, but considering Song Yadong has lost just once in the UFC, he should not be counted out. Both Yadong and Sandhagen have never lost by KO/TKO in the UFC, so even though Yadong has won his last 2 fights by KO/TKO, Sandhagen’s chin should be able to hold up. For that reason, backing this fight to go the distance will be the play.
Joe Pyfer Win by Finish over Alen Amedovski (-250)
Joe Pyfer comes into this fight with an MMA record of 9-2. He is 1-1 in the UFC, though this will be his official UFC debut. His previous 2 UFC fights were in the Dana White Contender Series. His most recent fight was a win against Osman Diaz by KO/TKO back in July of this year. Pyfer is averaging 3.45 significant strikes per minute and has a striking accuracy of 52%. He is absorbing 2.45 strikes and has a striking defense of 50%. His grappling is also solid, averaging 2.73 takedowns per every 15 minutes and 1.4 submission attempts during the same time period. His takedown accuracy is 100% and his takedown defense is 50%.
Pyfer is a huge favorite, which is warranted given that Alen Amedovski has been terrible so far in the UFC. Pyfer has won 8 of his 9 career fights by finish and Amedovski has lost 2 of his 3 fights by finish. For that reason, backing Pyfer to continue his solid start in the UFC and to do so by finish will be the play.
Anthony Hernandez ML over Marc-Andre Barriault (-200)
Anthony Hernandez comes into this fight with an MMA record of 9-2. He is 3-2 in the UFC, most recently beating Josh Fremd by unanimous decision back in April of this year Hernandez is averaging 4.26 significant strikes per minute, and has a striking accuracy of 58%. He is absorbing 3.93 strikes and has a striking defense of 46%. His grappling is also an important part of his fighting style, where he is averaging 5.79 takedowns per every 15 minutes and 2.3 submission attempts during the same time period. He has a takedown accuracy of 70% and has a takedown defense of 66%.
Hernandez is a big favorite in this fight and looks to be the right side to back. He does not have the edge in striking, but has superior grappling, so for that reason, backing Hernandez will be the play.
Pat Sabatini vs Damon Jackson – Fight to go the Distance – No (+150)
Pat Sabatini is a heavy favorite in this fight, but both of these guys have very high finish rates. Damon Jackson has 18 wins by finish and has seen 21 of his 25 career fights end inside the distance. Sabatini has 12 wins by finish and has seen 13 of his 20 career fights end by finish. Because they both have the ability to submit their opponent at any time, backing this fight to end inside the distance will also be the lean.
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