UFC 296 Predictions & Betting Guide

UFC 296 Predictions
UFC 296 Predictions
In this UFC 296 Predictions and Betting Guide, you will find out who is winning at UFC 296, making it more likely for you to win your bets.

UFC 296 Predictions

Fans of mixed martial arts all over the world are getting ready for UFC 296. They can’t wait for a night of high-stakes action and moments that will leave them speechless. The main event, which will be shown on ESPN+ pay-per-view at 10 p.m. ET, will feature unforgettable fights between seasoned veterans and up-and-coming stars.

Let’s look at our UFC 296 Predictions:

Leon Edwards vs. Colby Covington Prediction

The highly anticipated welterweight title bout between champion and top contenders, Leon Edwards (21-3-0, 1 NC) and Colby Covington (17-3-0), at UFC 296 is probably going to be the fight of the year.

Edwards has an impressive 11-fight win streak, showcasing his dominance in the division, while Covington’s only losses come at the hands of former champion Kamaru Usman, emphasizing his elite level of competition.

Both fighters in past has shown high level of endurance and stamina in their fights. This sets the stage for an absorbing matchup in the later rounds, adding an extra layer of unpredictability to the fight.

This is going to be stiking battle, which further heightens the excitement, as both fighters bring elite-level skills to the table, making this bout a must-watch for fans of precision and power in striking.

Considering Edwards’ remarkable win streak, demonstrated resilience, and knockout capabilities, the prediction leans toward his victory at UFC 296. Whether through a decision or a decisive knockout, Edwards’ adaptability and skill set give him the edge.

Betting Guide

For those exploring betting options, wagers on Leon Edwards by KO or decision appear to be prudent choices based on his past performances and potential to make a significant statement in the welterweight division.

Alexandre Pantoja vs. Brandon Royval Prediction

In what promises to be a thrilling flyweight title bout, Alexandre Pantoja (26-5-0) defends his title against the talented Brandon Royval (15-6-0). Pantoja, who claimed the title in a spectacular contest against Brandon Moreno, enters the Octagon as a favourite, showcasing his prowess in both striking and grappling.

The expectation for this title fight is clear: it’s unlikely to go the distance, and the odds favour Pantoja decisively. While Royval is undeniably entertaining and possesses significant potential, Pantoja stands out as a fighter a level above. Despite Royval’s promise, the prediction is that Pantoja will successfully defend his title.

Betting Guide

We are predicting this fight to end in the submission so you can bet on either of fighter winning by submission. alternatively you can also play this fight not going to the distance.

Tony Ferguson vs. Paddy Pimblett Prediction

In a highly anticipated lightweight matchup at the UFC, Tony Ferguson (26-9-0) faces off against the undefeated Paddy Pimblett (20-3-0).

Ferguson, a former top contender, has faced a challenging stretch, having lost his last six fights. On the other hand, Pimblett is riding a wave of success with an undefeated record in his UFC journey so far.

Despite the fervent support for Tony Ferguson, recent performances have raised concerns about his wrestling and striking capabilities. In contrast, Paddy Pimblett has been making a statement with his impressive run, showcasing a well-rounded skill set in the Octagon.

The prediction leans towards Pimblett, as he may have the upper hand in this matchup. While the resilient Ferguson is expected to land a few significant strikes, Pimblett’s solid performance is anticipated to secure him the victory. The final prediction points towards Paddy Pimblett winning by decision.

Betting Guide

If you want to place bet on this fight we recommend you to bet on Paddy Pimblett as a winner for this fight.

Shavkat Rakhmonov vs. Stephen Thompson Prediction

In what promises to be a captivating welterweight matchup, the undefeated Shavkat Rakhmonov (17-0-0) faces off against the seasoned Stephen Thompson (17-6-1). Both fighters bring distinct styles to the Octagon, setting the stage for an intriguing battle.

Rakhmonov, with an unblemished record in MMA, showcases a well-rounded skill set that includes striking and grappling prowess.

Thompson, on the other hand, is renowned for his karate-inspired fighting style, characterized by elusive footwork and precision strikes.

The prediction for this clash leans towards Rakhmonov, primarily due to his reputation as a hard-hitting fighter. However, the analysis recognises Thompson’s strategic approach and suggests that if “Wonderboy” can secure one round without sustaining significant damage, he could tilt the fight in his favour in the latter two rounds.

The official prediction underscores Rakhmonov’s potential victory, either by decision or knockout. If Rakhmonov can capitalise on his hard-hitting capabilities, he may dictate the pace and secure a finish. Alternatively, if Thompson employs a smarter game plan and effectively navigates the early rounds, he could edge out a decision victory.

Vicente Luque vs. Ian Machado Garry Prediction

Vicente Luque is gearing up for a crucial bout against Ian Machado Garry, aiming to bounce back after two tough losses. His recent standout performance against Rafael dos Anjos showcased his potential comeback.

A win over Garry could be a game-changer, putting Luque back in the welterweight title conversation. Keep an eye on Luque as he looks to make a strong statement in this upcoming matchup.

Betting Guide

We recommend you to bet on Vicente Luque as he looks much stronger in the grappling and even the striking department.

With that being said, tell us in the comment box below what you think about our prediction and who do you think win.

UFC 296 Predictions

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