Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark Updated UFC 250 Odds and Analysis
The best gambling sites favor Alonzo Menifield over Devin Clark at UFC 250 on June 6th, 2020, at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The future of the light heavyweight class could be on display when unbeaten Alonzo Menifield clashes with Devin Clark at UFC 250 on Saturday, June 6th in Las Vegas.
Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark UFC 250 Money Line
Betting Devin Clark Analysis
Clark is going to be the underdog, per the best UFC sportsbooks. Devin Clark is 11-4 in MMA, and has split wins and losses in his last seven fights in the UFC. He only has four stoppages for wins in his career. He’s coming off a win over Dequan Townsend on February 15th. He lands only 3.12 significant strikes per minute. That means he is going to want to take the fight to the ground with his 3.03 takedowns per 15 minutes. In his most recent showing at UFC on ESPN+ 25 in February, Clark beat Dequan Townsend by unanimous decision. The victory got Clark back in the black after a submission loss to Ryan Spann in October.
This is a quick turnaround for Clark. A little over two weeks ago, he got back to winning with a unanimous decision over Dequan Townsend at UFC on ESPN+ 26 in New Mexico. He has been hit and miss his past seven fights.
Betting Alonzo Menifield Analysis
Menifield will be favored by the best gambling sites, and with good reason. Menifield is 9-0 as an MMA fighter. All nine wins have been by stoppage. And might have been by TKO. He joined the UFC following an eight-second win over Dashawn Boatright in Dana White’s Contender Series, counting the touching of gloves. Lands 8.39 significant strikes per minute, and has two first-round knockouts on the main roster. He has yet to see the second minute of the second round once in his career. This guy is a freaking beast.
“I’ve watched [Clark] and broke him down on film and he is never comfortable striking. He is a wrestler and I’ve got to prevent him from grabbing me and making the fight boring,” Menifield said. “I’m not going to let his style prevent me from being me. I’m going to be destructive. I have to be exciting. I’ve been thinking about that for weeks and months and that’s why I’ve been getting into the best shape of my life. I’m going to destroy him and that’s what is going to push me into the limelight.”
“I think fighting speaks in all languages,” Menifield added. “I think people can relate to what we are doing in the Octagon because, like everyone else, I’m struggling and dealing with misfortune in my life, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to give up fighting. Will not be denied, and people have to have that attitude and keep going, no matter what. Given the COVID situation, I think there will be more eyes on UFC 250. This is my shot to display just how hungry I am, the talent I possess, and why I’m going to take the division by storm. I want to be known as a top 205er and I think that this fight with Devin Clark is going to be an eye-opener for everyone. Whoever doubts me will see what I’m made of.”
Menifield is Undefeated
Menifield is undefeated in his professional MMA career. After earning his ticket to the UFC by way of Dana White’s Contender Series, Menifield won his first two promotional fights by first-round knockout, over Vinicius Moreira and Paul Craig, respectively.
The best gambling sites are right to back Menifield, and so should you.