UFC 248: Adesanya vs. Romero Betting Analysis and Odds
The best offshore gambling sites favor middleweight champion Israel Adesanya over challenger Yoel Romero, as the lines go for the main event at UFC 248 on March 7, 2020 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, United States.
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The Soldier of God has lost three of his last four fights. Including two non-consecutive losses to Robert Whittaker. The second wherein he missed weight. Romero had also missed weight in the match prior to that one, a win over Luke Rockhold. That was supposed to be for the interim middleweight title. However, since Romero missed weight, he was ineligible for the championship. Which is just as well, since UFC interim titles don’t mean jack. No wonder the best online sportsbooks favor the champ. It does make you wonder, though, how Uncle Dana goes about booking title matches. Does he write a bunch of names on little pieces of paper, puts them in a hat, picks two at random? Nah. That’d be too sophisticated for him.
The Last Stylebender is undefeated 18-0, including a seven-bout winning streak in the UFC. Adesanya unified the middleweight championship with a win over Whittaker at UFC 243. “This division (Middleweight) has held me up so long. The former champion was pulling out of fights, or was sick, and was holding up the division. I have to do it right, like the greats, like Anderson Silva, who defended his title like 12 times. I want to do right by my division and defend my belt,” Adesanya said.
Pick: I get Adesanya, but Romero has no business being in a title fight. The Stylebender is going to win by either KO or TKO in the first round. The second, at the latest.
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The Polish fighter is not just a pretty face (which is she is). She is also not afraid to get down and dirty with the mind games. On January 28, 2020, Jędrzejczyk posted a picture of herself wearing a gas mask. It was considered an allusion to the outbreak of a coronavirus in China, as well as an insult to her UFC 248 opponent Weili. The Pole later released a bullshit apology. Jędrzejczyk foray into the flyweight division was short-lived. She lost to Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 231 before successfully returning to strawweight. He defeated Michelle Walterson in her first bout back on the division at UFC Fight Night 161.
The strawweight champion is 20-1 in 21 career fights. Additionally, she remains unbeaten 4-0 in four UFC matches. Weili quickly won the title from Jessica Andrade at UFC Fight Night 157, TKO’ing the latter 42 seconds into the first round. “I got the visa and now I got the go ahead to fight. To be honest, it was not easy [obtaining the visa]. The fight wasn’t going to happen unless I got a visa. Now I got it and I have fire in my belly and I can start losing weight. See you in the United States. Add oil [come on],” Weili said, referring to the difficulty in getting a visa due to the Chinese outbreak.
Pick: Jędrzejczyk is probably going to need a mask after what Weili is going to do to that sexy little face. Either KO or submission in the first round.
Brunson has been hit-and-miss as of late. He wins a couple of bouts, then losses another couple. And so on and so forth. Having won his last two, he’s due for a disappointment.
The best offshore gambling sites favor the Golden Boy. He is 11-0 since his 2017 debut, including five straight wins in the UFC. Shahbazyan has gone beyond the first round only once in his budding career.
Pick: Brunson is going to get Brunsoned in the first round.