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Focused Gane Favored in UFC 270 Parlay

UFC 270 Ngannou vs. Gane Main Card Betting Odds, Predictions & Picks

We can’t wait for UFC 270 to get underway — so we’ve selected four of the biggest fights on the card.
Saturday evening’s card at the Honda Center (Anaheim, CA) features Francis Ngannou versus Ciryl Gane and Brandon Moreno versus Deiveson Figueiredo — salivating the mouths of even the most casual of UFC fans. UFC betting sites odds are available for all 14 fights across the night, but we pick out four of the best.

UFC 270 Francis Ngannou vs. Ciryl Gane Odds by BetUs


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There has been a lot of pre-fight talk coming from Ngannou, but it hasn’t been about Ciryl Gane.
The feisty 16-3 fighter has been taking shots at just about everyone else, primarily about pay. It’s a distraction from what could be his toughest fight to date. Ciryl Gane is 10-0-0 after dispatching Derrick Lewis with a knockout in Round 3 of their fight last August. It put Gane on the map in the heavyweight division after scoring impressive wins over Alexander Volkov and Jairzinho Rozenstruik.

He’s one of the most talented fighters in any division, so UFC Heavyweight champion Ngannou will need to be at his best. However, he’s confident of a knockout performance.

“I will not be searching for the knockout, but I don’t see how we will end this fight without me knocking him out, maybe under two rounds,” Ngannou told Sportskeeda. “Because he’s not as tough as Stipe [Miocic]. I know the guy pretty good, you know. He can’t eat as much pressure as Stipe. So as soon as we get, like, to a close exchange, I don’t think there will be any chance to get out of there.”

UFC 270 betting markets have Gane at -155, which shows how much support he’s getting. The Frenchman has a better all-around game, so he could end the night with a bang and a new title around his waist.

Pick: Ciryl Gane -155

Brandon Moreno vs. Deiveson Figueiredo Odds by BetUs


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The champion flyweights run it back as Brandon Moreno looks to defend his UFC title against the flying Brazilian.
It’s the third meeting between Moreno and Figueiredo. The first ended in a draw at UFC 256 before Moreno sealed the deal with a third-round submission at UFC 263.

It was an upset result with MMA betting markets, but now Moreno has the betting support he deserves. The tough Mexican is listed at -175 to defend his title, which is a fair assessment of his chances.
We’re not denying what Figueiredo brings to the table. The 34-year-old is 20-2-1 for a reason, but Moreno looks the fresher fighter and that could make all the difference.

He’s also the bigger fighter, which played a part in the submission victory. We expect Moreno to score his 20th MMA victory and put an end to the trilogy.

Pick: Brandon Moreno -175

Cody Stamann vs Said Nurmagomedov Odds by BetUs


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The name ‘Nurmagomedov’ is enough to put fear into any opponent, so Cody Stamann could be in for a long night. Said Nurmagomedov won his UFC debut in 2020 against Mark Striegl. The fight lasted only 51 seconds after Nurmagomedov landed a vicious knockout, so he’s a dangerous fighter.
He didn’t fight in 2021 because finding an opponent has been tough, but Stamann has stepped up to the plate.

The 19-4-1 American is no stranger to taking tough fights. He fought Merab Dvalishvili in May, and though he lost, it was by decision.
He also owns wins over Brian Kelleher, Alejandro Perez and Bryan Caraway, so he has been around the best fighters in the bantamweight division.

However, we’re not sure he’s faced someone with the raw talent of Nurmagomedov. The Russian is a new breed of fighter demolishing anyone who steps in his way.
We expect him to be at the top of most UFC best bets on Saturday. He’s worth including in UFC 270 parlays.

Pick: Said Nurmagomedov -210

UFC 270 Raoni Barcelos vs Victor Henry Odds by BetUs


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The fight between Raoni Barcelos and Victor Henry is finally going ahead after it was postponed due to Covid. We’re excited to see what Barcelos can offer following his loss to Timur Valiev. The three-round decision loss was a cruel blow, but he’s a fighter with an impressive record.

The 16-2 Brazilian is only one of two fighters to beat Nurmagomedov. He scored a decision victory in 2019 before beating the likes of Carlos Huachin and Khalid Taha.

“I’m the dark horse in the bantamweight division. I’d feel the same way if I were them. I wouldn’t take a fight with a guy that isn’t ranked and that is on the rise, winning all his fights,” Barcelos told UFC.com.
Henry makes his UFC debut having fought primarily with RIZIN and RCC. This is a significantly steep rise in class for the 34-year-old, hence the odds.

UFC sportsbooks have Henry at +325 to win. We can’t see that. He’s an experienced fighter, but Barcelos should run right through him.

Pick: Raoni Barcelos -450
Parlay: Gane -155, Moreno -175, Nurmagomedov -210 and Barcelos -450 at +390