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Khabib Nurmagomedov v Conor McGregor
- When: Saturday, October 6th, 2018.
- Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
Polarizing UFC superstar and former lightweight champ Conor McGregor makes his long-awaited return to the Octagon when he takes on reigning Lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in what will undoubtedly be the biggest MMA showdown of the year.
UFC 229 - Lightweight Championship
Conor McGregor: +135 | Khabib Nurmagomedov: -165
30-year-old Conor McGregor (21-3) stands 5’9” with a 74-inch reach. The native of Ireland hasn’t fought in the Octagon since beating Eddie Alvarez via TKO (punches) in the second round at UFC 205 way back in November of 2016. That win was preceded by a majority decision win over Nate Diaz at UFC 202 in August of 2016 and that bout was a rematch after Diaz stunned McGregor with a second round rear-naked choke at UFC 196 in March of 2016.
30-year-old Khabib Nurmagomedov (26-0) stands 5’10” with a 70-inch reach. The Russian is unbeaten in his career and comes into this title fight off a unanimous decision win over Al Iaquinta at UFC 223 in April. I won’t spill the beans too much by making a pick here, but I will say, Conor McGregor is in trouble. He’s been out of action for two years and he’s fighting arguably the best fighter on the planet. I smell a submission loss coming for the loud-mouthed former champ. Okay, so I spilled the beans. So what!
Bellator 250 Expert Analysis – MMA Betting
As far as big fight nights go, Bellator 250 is a little bit subdued, as there are only 3 fights on the main card. That said, the bouts that are on there look to be about as good as you can ask for. In fact, two of them are in as co-main events, so that should give you some idea of what to look forward to. One thing that everyone should be aware of is that this event is set to go on Thursday night, instead of the usual Friday night Bellator bouts, but since the main card begins at 8 PM EST, you probably won’t need to stay up too late to catch all the action. The evening will cap off with a title fight, but as we mentioned, there are a couple of fights ahead of that, so let’s take a moment to break down all the main card action, along with their Bellator odds.
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Veta Arteaga (-120) Vs Desiree Yanez (+100)
It will be the ladies who step into the octagon first in the main card for a flyweight bout that looks to be about as evenly matched as it gets. It is Arteaga who comes into this bout as a slight favorite, but given her recent performances, she is probably under the most pressure. Arteaga is 5-4 in her pro career, but she is coming into this fight on the heels of back to back losses. She does make a habit of going the distance, so do not expect this one to be over quickly. Yanez is 5-2 and is coming off a loss, plus she is making the step up for her first fight in Bellator. That said, she might just be catching Arteaga at the right time. I definitely see this one going the distance, and I am going with the slight underdog and taking Yanez to win.
Henry Corrales (-315) Vs Brandon Girtz (+255)
The co-main event is a featherweight bout between a pair of fighters who could both use a win to get back on track. Corrales was on a fine run of form, winning 5 in a row, before hitting a rough patch that has seen him now lose back to back fights. He made it all the way to the finish in both of those losses, but still ended up on the wrong side of unanimous decisions. Overall, his career mark sits at a still very respectable 17-5. This is essentially a must win for Girtz (16-9) as he has been watching his career head in the wrong direction over the past few years, winning just 2 of his last 7 fights. Corrales should take this one, and I like him to finish it in the later rounds.
Gegard Mousasi (-170) Vs Douglas Lima (+145)
The final fight of the night is a middleweight title fight between a pair of fighters with a ton of experience. Mousasi is a former Bellator champion at this weight class, although he lost the belt to Rafael Lovato Jr., who has had to vacate the title due to a serious medical issue. After beating Lyoto Machida in his last bout, which took Mousasi to 46-7-2, he was an automatic for another title shot. Lima comes into this title bout on a very good run of form, winning 3 in a row and 6 of his last 7. He has mixed things up in those 3 wins, gaining victories via KO, submission, and UD. I am on Mousasi to regain his title via decision.
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