Saturday’s UFC Vegas 20 will present fight fans 12 competitive matchups and feature a light-heavyweight co-main event and a heavyweight main event. In the main event, two highly regarded prospects each young, strong, equipped and focused will compete to determine which will elevate himself into the upper tier of a division that is mainly four men deep.
While last week’s UFC production was lacking real PPV appeal, this card offers highly competitive matchups, including a few that may be mispriced.
Last week Darrick Minner + 165 dominated Charles Rosa by unanimous decision, which padded “Insight the Octagon” profitability on 2021 releases to 4-3 + 1.75 units.
There will be UFC fight cards to dissect for the next several weeks, so the time is now to increase our bankroll and prepare for future opportunities.
* Aljamain Sterling was released on these pages weeks ago. When I find a future bout offering a price advantage that I feel may evaporate over time, I’ll jump the matchup then post those moves here just as I have with Sterling. For new readers Sterling + 120 is an official release. He fights champion Petr Yan in a bantamweight championship bout to be held March 6.