Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin UFC 250 Betting Odds, Tips
Top offshore sportsbooks favor Neil Magny to defeat Anthony Rocco Martin for the Welterweight bout at UFC 250 on June 6, 2020, at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Magny has been in the UFC since 2013, and Martin is also a promotion veteran.
Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin UFC 250 Odds
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Betting Anthony Rocco Martin
Rocco shall be the underdog for this encounter, according to the best online sportsbooks. Martin enters the event with a 17-5 record. He has won 53% of his fights by submission. Martin has won five of his last six fights. He is coming off a November win over Ramazan Emeev. Martin averages 2.70 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy of 36%. He is averaging 0.68 takedowns with an accuracy of 25%. Martin is coming off a close decision win at UFC Fight Night 163 that could have gone either way. Each of his last three fights have gone to the judges. Martin landed 48 total strikes at a 29 percent rate, a lot of which were leg kicks.
Martin is a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, a grappler, and a wrestler. 21 of his 22 career fights have ended in either submission or decision, with a single knockout coming at UFC 229. Martin is a better striker than one might think and athletic enough to close off the octagon and land some shots standing up. However, he’s at his best in the clinch and potentially finding a submission hold on the ground. Three of Martin’s nine career submission victories have come by way of the kimura. This will be Martin’s second career fight in Las Vegas.
Betting Neil Magny
Magny is favored to win this match, per top offshore sportsbooks. He comes to this fight with a 22-7 record. Magny has won 55% of his fights by decision. He has won seven of his last 10 fights and is coming off a March win over Li Jingliang. Magny averages 3.93 significant strikes per minute with an accuracy of 46%. He is averaging 2.70 takedowns with an accuracy of 47%. Magny is coming off a dominant victory at UFC 248 where he landed 123 total strikes at a 53 percent rate and produced four takedowns. He will jump right back into the octagon with just a couple of months of rest and a chance to make an impact in the division.
Magny doesn’t mind exchanging punches on his feet and his willingness to get in his opponent’s face is the reason he has such impressive striking stats. Magny’s athletic takedowns artist can take the fight to the ground at the drop of a hat, and he has a fantastic ground and pond approach. Magny is well conditioned and has won 12 of his 13 career decisions with that lone decision loss occurring almost seven years ago. He is long, rangy. And deserves more respect than he is given. This will be Magny’s fifth career fight in Las Vegas.
Our Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin Pick
One should never sleep on Martin as he is always in great shape and ready to go three rounds, dragging his opponent to hell. On the other hand, Magny has Martin’s number in many areas in this fight, in particular standing up where he can use his size advantage as well as a staggering seven-inch reach advantage. Magny has more power and his length and size advantage will make things difficult for Martin in the clinch or on the ground. Magny should be able to control this bout. In conclusion, users of top offshore sportsbooks take Magny to win this matchup.