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Sat 18th - 10:00pm ET: Conor McGregor (-325) vs Donald Cerrone (+250)
UFC 246: T-Mobile Arena

Conor McGregor (blue gloves) before his fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov (red gloves) during UFC 229 at T-Mobile Arena
Cerrone Win Money Line
+250

Moneyline Pick

It’s only the middle of January but Donald Cerrone against Conor McGregor could be the most talked-about fight in a long time. This is a big fight for both guys for different reasons. McGregor’s last fight came in October of 2018 and his last win came late in 2016. For Cerrone, he has lost two straight fights and three would really drop him down the rankings. If McGregor had been more active heading into this fight, he would be the pick, but there is going to be some ring rust. McGregor usually starts out fast but I don’t think that happens here with the long layoff. That is going to allow Cerrone, who is usually a slow fighter some time to get comfortable and feel out McGregor. Cerrone has great kicks and McGregor isn’t going to be able to absorb them. Cerrone also has the stamina to go five rounds, and McGregor sometimes fades late. This one will be a blood bath that probably goes the distance, but at the end of the fight, it will be Cerrone’s who’s arm gets raised.

Sat 18th - 10:00pm ET: Anthony Pettis (+190) vs. Diego Ferreira (-250)
UFC 246: T-Mobile Arena

Anthony Pettis Weighs In
Pettis Win Money Line
+190

Money Line Pick

Anthony “Showtime” Pettis moves back down to lightweight for a really tough fight. Pettis only has two wins over his last five fights, while Ferreira has won each of his last five fights. Pettis is really getting disrespected this number, and I would expect for him to come out mad in this fight. He has the elite skill set to end this fight, and there is a ton of value with this number. This isn’t one I would bet big, but there is too much value with Pettis’s skill set to look at this one any other way.

Sat 18th - 10:00pm ET: Claudia Gadelha (-115) vs. Alexa Grasso (-115)
UFC 246: T-Mobile Arena

Alexas Grasso gets prepared to the fight
Claudia Gadelha Win Money Line
-115

Money Line Pick

The strawweight division is stacked, and this a key fight for two ladies trying to climb up the rankings. Grasso is coming off a loss while Gadelha had an impressive win in her last fight. Grasso is the better fighter on their feet, but Gahelha has quite the way of getting the fight to the mat. Once this fight goes to the mat, Grasso is going to have no answer. She probably won’t finish the fight, but she is going to wear her down with her wrestling. This is a really nice price, and Gadelha should have no issue winning this fight 30-27.

Sat 18th - 10:00pm ET: Aleksei Oleinik (+100) vs. Maurice Greene (-130)
UFC 246: T-Mobile Arena

Aleksei Oleinik celebrating win
Greene Win Money Line
-130

Money Line Pick

There are two guys who desperately need a win. Oleynik has been knocked out each of his last two fights and Greene is coming off a knockout at the hands of Sergei Pavlovich. This honestly isn’t a great betting fight and one you should probably stay off of. Greene is taller and has a little bit of a reach advantage which should help him in this one. Even if Oleynik gets him the ground, Greene is talented and should be able to counter. It’s a lean but back Greene to get the job done.

Sat 18th - 10:00pm ET: Holly Holm (-135) vs. Raquel Pennington (+105)
UFC 246: T-Mobile Arena

Holly Holm gets ready to fight
Holm Win Money Line
-135

Money Line Pick

This is the second time that Holly Holm and Raquel Pennington fought. The first time they fought was in 2015 and it went to the Judges scorecards with Holm coming out on top. Pennington has predicted she won’t need the judges’ scorecard this time, but I don’t see it. Pennington is better at grappling but Holm has really helped her takedown defense since the first time they fought. Holm’s striking advantage is clear, and she is going to inflict some heavy damage. Pennington is right, this one isn’t going to need the judge’s scorecard, but that isn’ going to gin her favor. Holm is going to knock her out in the second or third round. Back Holm to get the job done on the money line.

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